Examining the Democrat party using critical projection theory
Freedom Outpost – David Risselada – 12/23/2013
Below is a chronological record of the history of civil rights and the Democrats opposition to it.
- 1854- Republican Party formed to stop the spread of slavery.
- 1854-Stephen Douglas, head of the Democrat Party authored the Kansas Nebraska Act. To win southern support, Douglas promised a southern state that would support slavery. Republicans overwhelmingly opposed this bill.
- 1861- Majority of Democrat controlled States threaten secession form union due to Election of Republican President Abraham Lincoln, who opposed slavery.
- 1863-Abraham Lincoln issues Emancipation Proclamation while Democrat Party still supports slavery.
- 1865- The thirteenth amendment passed a Republican controlled congress with 100% support from Republicans and only 23% from Democrats. This amendment abolished the institution of slavery.
- 1866-Republican Party passes the first Civil Rights legislation protecting the rights of freed slaves.
- 1868-Republicans pass and ratify the fourteenth amendment, which guarantees blacks the rights due all American citizens. Republican support, 94% Democrat support, 0%
- 1870-Republicans pass fifteenth amendment, recognizing the right of freed slaves to vote. 100% Republican support -0% Democrat support.
- 1871-Republican Party passes civil rights act, or the anti KKK bill which was the enforcement of the Democrat Party.
- 1875-The nation’s first anti-discriminatory legislation is enacted with 99% Republican support and 0% Democrat support.
- 1915- Woodrow Wilson (D) Americas first official progressive president, initiates laws which undo 50 years of integration by segregating the federal government and the U.S. military.
- 1922- Republican Leonidas Dyer passes the first anti-lynching law in the House of Representatives. Out of 119 members voting against the measure, 103 were Democrats.
- 1957- The Democrat Party filibuster the first civil rights legislation to be introduced in 82 years. This legislation was introduced by Republican President Dwight Eisenhower and supported by 92% of Republicans and only 54% of Democrats.
- 1960- The Democrats once again filibuster civil rights legislation introduced by Dwight Eisenhower.
- 1964- Civil rights legislation passes due to the efforts of Republican minority leader Everette M. Dirksen. Republican support 80% Democrat support 63%. What makes the passage of this civil rights legislation significant, is the fact that Lyndon Johnson, after leading the efforts as Senate majority leader to filibuster, when introduced by Eisenhower, claims it as his own, as president, for the purpose of stealing the votes of black Americans. To quote Democratic President Lyndon Johnson-”I’ll have those n**gers voting democratic for the next 200 years.”
That last quote from President Lyndon Johnson is pretty telling. THIS IS IN REFERENCE TO HIS PLANS FOR THE “GREAT SOCIETY” WHICH IS NOTHING OTHER THAN A HUGE WELFARE STATE THAT ENSURED BLACK AMERICANS WOULD REMAIN FOREVER DEPENDENT ON GOVERNMENT PROGRAMS. THIS IS HOW WE HAVE REACHED A POINT WHERE BELIEVING BLACKS CAN ACHIEVE SOMETHING ON THEIR OWN MERITS IS NOW VIEWED AS RACIST BECAUSE THE DEMOCRAT PARTY IS TRYING TO HIDE THE TRUTH ABOUT THEIR RACIST PAST AND THEIR AGENDA TO TURN THE WHOLE NATION INTO A GIANT WELFARE STATE THE LIKES OF THE EUROPEAN UNION.
In an earlier article, I referred to this as Critical Projection Theory.
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