The Southern Manifesto: Truth about Democrats
Freedom Outpost – F J. Rocca – 5/10/2014
Obstruction to freedom and civil rights for black people was nothing new for the Democrats. The KKK was largely populated by Southern Democrats. Ralph Byrd famously admitted he had belonged to the KKK and was curiously praised for using the term "white nigger" on a television interview. Lyndon Johnson, who has gone down in the Democrats' revisionist history as the white knight of Civil Rights, was known to have used the N-word freely to describe black people and, according to Kevin Jackson's splendidly vivid article, Civil Wrongs: Lyndon Johnson, favored enacting Civil Rights legislation only to placate
"uppity negroes" and "… to give them a little something, just enough to quiet them down, not enough to make a difference."
This "little something" started with welfare legislation that he thought would favor blacks "just enough" to grab them as a permanent voting bloc for Democrats.
Well, it may have gotten the Democrats black votes, but in the decades since the days of Lyndon Johnson's Great Society, Democrat policies, with the aid of liberal Republicans, have led the so-called black community to untold social instability, generational welfare and indigence, disintegration of families, illegitimacy, and astonishing rates of crime and imprisonment among black men, which have led them away from prosperity, their families and responsible behavior in the community. It has also led many black people to segregate themselves from whites according to attitude. Through the words and deeds of Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton, Louis Farrakhan, Eric holder and Barack Obama, to name only a few of the race-baiters among us, black people have too often been encouraged to develop and expect racist attitudes toward and from white people.Northwoods Patriots - Standing up for Faith, Family, Country