Is It Really So Hard To Believe . . .

There is no doubt that there is racism and there are racists among us, but let me tell you folks . . . SOMEBODY IS MAKING BANK CREATING/PROMOTING RACIAL DISHARMONY!

Okay, I get it. Some of you think I am some kook dreaming up conspiracy theories for entertainment but in my many years of not knowing shit about anything I have made one observation that always rings true. Somebody is making money off the backs of others in almost everything happening today. In my opinion, elimination of the money eliminates the problem.

America wants diversity. Is there anything more common than a mixed race family today? How can you hate another race when your relatives are of a different race. Okay it’s possible to hate your mother-in-law but not the children part of the family. And the children are where your concerns should be. Regardless the color of your skin, we all have someone we know in our family tree that tried to fill our minds with reasons to hate others and color of our skin is one of those reasons. Nope, you need do anything wrong. It is not necessary that you violate the law, cause harm to another, or dress differently. All that has to happen is you be of a different skin color than somebody else. It is easy to fall into that way of thinking when those around you are promoting that line of thought. And those making money off racism, promote racism. Is this the world we want to leave to our children?

Are we going to continue to allow people that profit from a wrong, influence us while they promote rather than correct the issue. And the people doing it have found themselves a niche in which they get paid to do so. And now, allowing all of the preceding information, IS IT REALLY SO HARD TO BELIEVE . . . That we are all living somebody else conspiracy theory?

Give it a little thought. A lot of time and effort have gone into ways to profit from just about everything. And our society feeds off it like they are starring in their own reality tv show. Think about it! Even with all of the education we have had, I’ll bet you if somebody made a u-tube video and put it on the Internet today saying that the world was flat, somebody would believe it to be true and form an organization to champion their cause and by the week’s end be collecting donations from corporate America, who doesn’t even care to check the validity of the organizations they hand millions of dollars to.

You might ask yourself what I am getting on about with my conspiracy theory ideas and how I have come up with such ideas? I know at this point of my story I would be expecting a “Next” arrow like an internet news story that takes twenty pages of clicks to tell a one page story. Well let’s take a short walk along a different path.

Ever since the Washington Post put up their database of Police killings of people the claim that Black people are killed by police at a higher rate than the other races.. To reach this conclusion they use the calculation of the amount of Black people within the entire United States, which when calculated against the whole United States population finds that Black people are approximately 13 percent of the U,S. population,. This finding is a gross misrepresentation of the data as it does not reflect the actual population of any specific areas. More importantly, it dilutes the population figures of areas where numerous police shootings have occurred.

Although Black people make up about 13 percent of the U.S. population., Black people make up a significantly higher percentage of the population in certain portions of the Country. Recalculation of the data to reflect actual population information alters the 13 percentage figures demonstrating that only 12 States in the U.S. have a significant Black population, and in those States Blacks hold a much higher percentage of the populace, changing that 13 percent from 13 to as much as 60 percent. And in doing so proves the claims of Blacks being subjected to a higher percentage of police killings than the other races to be false, a fabrication developed by intentional failure to read the applicable data. So, with all of the intelligent people of all colors, why hasn’t this been brought to light before? Why is the entire U.S. living this lie? And, whom benefits by allowing such lies continue?

For so many years we have heard the same lies over and over again, from clergy, from politicians, from educators. It has to be true if these people are saying it, doesn’t it? Opposing these claims leads to almost immediate ridicule and threats from others. Who benefits? Not the Whites, not the Blacks. The only people deriving benefit is those collecting pay from it.

I rest my case. Do you think me wrong?

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5 thoughts on “Is It Really So Hard To Believe . . .

  1. What bad is that the politicians and non-profit agencies make money off the homeless population in California and in the entire USA. “Helping the poor” is a campaign issue. It’s great if the government really helps the homeless and the poor; however, I don’t think politicians ever want the homeless to disappear completely.

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    1. The Democrats do a lot of pandering. The Democrats pander to various races; Asians, Latinos, Blacks, Indians, etc. in order to get their votes.

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  2. Take reparations for example. I shouldn’t have to pay a reparations tax in California. Slavery is over and done with. There are no more slaves in the USA and slavery is against the law. But the California Secretary of State keeps pushing for the reparations tax. I say no.

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  3. The majority of police officers are good hard working individuals that obey and follow the laws of the USA. Police officers have the right to protect people and themselves. No police officer is just going to let someone attack him/her. And police officers are out hunting people. Yes there may be a very small percentage of bad police officers but most are hard working individuals that obey and follow the laws of the USA. I do not support defunding the police. Defunding the police leads to more crime. Only the criminals prosper.

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