United we Stand?

All my life I’ve heard the phrase “United we stand, divided we fall”. It’s been used to motivate millions in a togetherness, never thought possible to achieve unattainable goals. 

I’ve lived through an era of protests against the Vietnam war and for civil rights. 

It was never the civil rights movement that almost ripped this country apart but the Vietnam war protesters. When they started burning the flag and spitting on drafted soldiers we should all have known then the end of this great Nation was near. 

These 18, 19, and 20 year old kids demanding the government do this or that as if their voice had more weight than others. It didn’t. Out of fear of being label college campuses let these groups have free reign. (Sound familiar?)

Our Nation is a again at a crossroads. At an edge of a cliff with no return. “United we Stand or divided we fall” is more important than ever. We can’t trust out government not the media. So who can we Trust? God. Pray. Everyday. The take the good fight with your family, freinds and neighbors. Think logically. If doesn’t sound “right” or true it probably isn’t.

The great divide we’re facing is insidious. Our own government is trying to divide us in as many ways as possible. Race, illegals, foreign workers,religion, gender, sexual orientation, you name it, it being used against the citizens.

We’re at reach others throats. Over things made up. Where right is wrong and wrong is right.

Our country has hit a new low when DOJ lawyers are sentenced to take ethic classes for 5 years!

Please realize no one man can save us. (That man’s died, arose then  gone to heaven.) We must fix this ourselves for it was our own apathy that allowed this all to occur.

United we stand? Or divided we fall?”The choice is ours.

RacismĀ 

Every race that has existed has been enslaved at some point in history. The longest period of slavery I can find is of the Israelites by the Egyptians. (Who are Africans.)

Many Irish and Scots sold themselves as indentured servants to get to America. That indenture never ended as their were charged for housing, clothing and food with no possible way to pay it back.

Scots  went to coal mines where they too were stuck as the had enormous debt after 7 years. Then paid with “script” that was worthless outside the mining town.
Both groups found better for their children.
Irish were considered scum even by the black population. 

This took place late 1800s to late 1930s. 

Then everything changed. Why? Because of the war. We were Americans. We had been attacked. We fought together for a common cause.

Hispanics, Blacks, Jews, American Indians and Whites came together. The melting pot began to bubble and make us all realize we are Americans. 

Their is no country called “White”. Whites are from all over Europe. They poke fun at each other regarding their country of origin. Yet when they included Blacks people held their collective breath until he dished back out!

These men had become a “Band of Brothers”.

Back home the women pulled together too. Not as quickly, but when the first man died, all racial barriers were gone.

Finally the melting pot was a success.

But good things, never last because people are weak. (Everybody)

By the mid 1950s the Black race had a thriving middle class. They owned their own businesses and home. Jim Crow laws weren’t everywhere neither was the clan. By the early 1960s it was all gone. The Black middle class. 

1963, JFKl, MLK, Bobby Kennedy. All for civil rights. Thousands of Whites and Jews helped MLK because remember their parents of the late 1930s, early 1940s? They taught their children blacks were equal. Nothing different but skin tone and culture. But EVERYONE’S culture is different.

Yes all those young adults helped MLK. They agreed with him. They were beat, arrested and some killed.

But our Nation survived. 

I was born in 1963. I remember MLK being shot and Bobby being shot. My Dad, and Mother cried. For them both. That’s why I remember. I started k in 1968 and from then to HS I/we were taught about everyone. Everybody. Blacks, American Indians, etc. weren’t removed. I/we were taught it all.

So this broken history we keep hearing about I simply don’t know what they’re referring too.

I was taught that way in college also.
There comes a point if you don’t feel you’re getting the whole picture then educate yourself. Don’t sit and complain you have some broken history.
If they’re implying they can’t trace their ancestry neither can 84% of most Americans.
Blacks have contributed a great deal to America. The first doctor to use Ether to put someone out for surgery was a black man. Another Black man had a pivotal role in the first blood transfusion. Another on heart bypass surgery at John Hopkins.

During the years America was using slaves so was France and England. Granted they stopped buying before our country but they still had them. America has done more to atone for slavery than any other country. (Civil Rights, Affirmative Action, Anti-discrimination laws.) So why are only the American Blacks still making demands for an actions that took place pushing 200 years ago?(And don’t jump on me about not knowing anything. I have a Black sister-in-law and 2 biracial nieces, 1 biracial nephew, 1 Black nephew by marriage and 1 biracial great nephew.)

if its a contest Asia wins
blur the lines