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The-Monk

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  • April 24, 2014 at 3:31pm

    The way to fight this is to get the black Baptists on board to start screaming racism.

    You can’t remove the black Baptist’s God from money unless you hate blacks. It WIIL work.

    “And that’s all I have to say about that”
    Forrest Gump

  • April 24, 2014 at 3:26pm

    Hi Gonzo,

    Agreed, he should watch what he says more carefully.

    I wonder what would have happened if black slaves banded together and fled for 40 years? Was the 40 years in the desert the ‘fight’ Egyptian slaves did to feel that they earned their freedom so it wasn’t handed to them?

  • April 24, 2014 at 3:21pm

    Oops, your mail not mine.

  • April 24, 2014 at 3:20pm

    Hi Michele,

    Surgery is in the morning. Mail call too. : )

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  • April 24, 2014 at 3:15pm

    Hi Puddle Duck,

    Trust me on this; they will not be friendly.

  • April 24, 2014 at 2:59pm

    Hi Chips1,

    Wow… you got to have clay in Kindergarten? We had mud on the rainy days. I would have failed clay too… or just tried to eat it like I did the Elmer’s glue.

    Seriously though, I’m not lying when I said I woke up in April 1990. I really don’t do the Monk thing very often at all here. I’ve been trying to change that the last few months. I hear the World crying for help and it’s about time I replied.

  • April 24, 2014 at 2:50pm

    Just like our Government… can’t wait for it to unravel.

  • April 24, 2014 at 2:48pm

    This essay also explains why I say, “I hope it was Aliens” a lot.

    An Alien evasion would do wonders for straightening out the Human race on the little blue marble. at least for a small period for a new seed to be planted.

  • April 24, 2014 at 2:45pm

    Edit;

    ‘circ u mstances’ is ‘circumstances’ and some of you might remember the old days when c u m was not allowed in any word.

  • April 24, 2014 at 2:34pm

    BTW; I wrote that 4 years ago. (Check date at the top)

  • April 24, 2014 at 2:29pm

    Part 7

    It’s a psychological mess and very complex. And the Marxist, socialist and Communist that want to destroy freedom are stepping in and helping and NONE of them have a clue what they are doing, why they are doing it or what the results will be!

    So… what to do? How do we nullify this ingrained sense that freedom can only be freedom if it is fought for in ALL cases at ALL times and ONLY by the people who were lacking freedom? Real reparation would be to get people to understand that at that time and place, so long ago; it was the only way to set the blacks free. White people fought other white people for the freedom of black people because they could not fight for themselves under those circ u mstances. There is no need to go back to the plantation and fight the master for freedom. What we need to do is to join together and fight, side by side, all races and all colors, as equals, as Americans, against this take over by the Marxist, socialist and Communistic communities. Separation is never the answer. And fighting together a new seed will be planted and the old tree can finally die.

    The End

  • April 24, 2014 at 2:28pm

    Part 6

    This invisible anxiety and lack that black people have is something that bothers them deeply and they just don’t understand it so they just feel a kind of anger in themselves and a sense that they need to set things right. They really want to be Americans, not African Americans. They have been searching for the answer, like in the movie “Roots” and in many other ways. What they want, and yet do not realize it, is to go back to the plantation and fight for their freedom and to win. You can see the anger is BHO’s wife; she’s so confused and has so much power. They are unknowingly making the Government the plantation where they will be in charge of everything just like the plantation master so long ago. They are totally oblivious of this and will align with any group that will help them get to somewhere that they feel they need to be. Just like migrating animals with an unknown instinct they have to get there at any cost. And they don’t know why even when they talk of reparation, social justice and redistribution of wealth. It’s just not the black people either; white people are unknowingly helping them because of the guilt they feel for giving them their freedom. They know inside that freedom is not freedom if you did not fight for it. After all; that’s how they got their freedom. And what kind of freedom would they have, how righteous could their freedom be if other Americans were just simply handed it?

  • April 24, 2014 at 2:27pm

    Part 5

    I started wondering about this invisible anxiety and sense of lack that surrounded the black people that I grew up with since I was about 8 years old. It wasn’t until I woke up over 20 years ago that it made sense. When I woke up I was free. I didn’t fight for it or have it handed to me. I didn’t know that it was something that I was lacking. But then I could see it, as clear as it could be, I was emotionally and psychologically free and I just happened to stumble into it by accident. I was no longer a citizen, I was a Monk. There was no more black or white, up or down, hot or cold, good or bad, the relative was gone and something absolute emerged from within.

  • April 24, 2014 at 2:26pm

    Part 4

    Human nature is very complex and yet very simple. It’s difficult to look at complex things so I always go back to the seed, to the beginning. The beginning of part of what’s going on now is simple. We left England and fought for our freedom… and we won. Then something really stupid happened; slavery. The slaves were given their freedom like some kind of entitlement. They did not fight for it so they believed that entitlements were good and they just gave up, for the most part, of ever fighting for anything. But, Human nature is Human nature and a seed was planted that they should have fought and won their freedom and not have had it handed to them. That’s what the Country is all about; we fought and won our freedom, Declared our Independence, created a Constitution and a Bill of Rights. We understand what it’s like to live in a world as some kind of subservient citizen ruled by some kind of King or Monarchy. And we fought and won our independence. The slaves, however, did not fight, did not win their independence and as Americans this is in their blood and the seed of discontent was planted at the moment they were “given” their freedom. And it has grown into a very big tree.

  • April 24, 2014 at 2:25pm

    Part 3

    The next question should be… why? Why the need to go back to the plantation?
    The most complex issues have within them a simplistic beginning. I’ve been wondering for about 20 years now how this was going to play out and if it would ever come to a head. Well, it’s here now and the players have no idea why they are behaving in such a destructive way. This is the way I see it;

    Slavery was wrong but it happened. And poor Abe Lincoln was trying to figure out what to do. For 3 years he didn’t smile, he was distraught, the Country was being torn apart and slavery had to be stopped. He did what he thought was right and not many would argue that freeing the slaves was a good thing. Yet, in all actions, a seed is planted.

    Glenn talks about the tree, the roots and new seeds that are needed. First we must understand where the tree came from. No amount of pruning, fertilizer, replanting in more fertile soil will help until we look at the original seed. Weather it’s a seed of gratefulness or a seed of despair we must cut it open and see what’s inside to understand the complexity of the tree. Without passion or prejudice, fear or love, happiness or hate, without opinions of any kind or projections for the future; clarity is needed and all these things blind oneself.

  • April 24, 2014 at 2:25pm

    part 2

    When I hear BHO talk I look at the seeds that he is planting. I will know what will grow just from seeing the seeds. And this is what I see;

    America is BHO’s plantation. He does have a plan for reparation and it is a plantation where he is in charge. He will be the Master; he actually already believes that he is the Master and he wants to get his plantation in order. The Master will not tolerate being questioned (see Bret Baier interview) and our only task is to listen quietly and obey the Master. He also likes lots of applause. Only he knows what is good for the plantation and how to manage the plantation. He may confer with other plantation owners for ideas and implement them into his plantation. But only he will decide what to implement. And we better listen and obey. It doesn’t matter what kind of Constitution, Bill of Rights or Declaration we used to live by… we’re on his plantation now… and he is right because we put him in charge.

    Look at what is growing; the Master controls or intends to control: labor, finance, manufacturing, health care, diet, education, communications (the Internet, media, radio and TV), housing, and just about everything else. Just like the Master of the plantation.

    We are being fundamentally transformed from a Republic to a Plantation.

  • April 24, 2014 at 2:24pm

    19 March 2010
    From a Republic to a Plantation: the fundamental transformation of America.
    Part 1

    In a Monk’s life there are laws; laws that can not be disputed and are unarguably true. An unarguable truth has no conflict; therefore no division or separation. One law that we live by is this, “What something is, is what it extends”. If you plant a cantaloupe seed you get cantaloupes, not Zebras. No one will argue about this. So, when a Monk wants to know where something came from or where it is going or what is will be, we use this law and simply look at what something is or where it came from.

    Look at a Plantation from our early history. There is a Master of the house and his entire plantation. He controls everything; who works in the fields, who tends the livestock, who works in the big house, who will get an education, what they will learn and who will get no education at all, where everyone lives, what kind of house they will live in, what and when they will eat and how much, who will have children and who will not. Everything is under one person’s control. It’s very socialistic and it’s also very Marxist. It’s also very wrong. It’s as wrong today as it was back then. Yet, in today’s world there are lots of places that follow this ideology. China is really just a plantation, the biggest plantation on the planet.

  • April 24, 2014 at 2:22pm

    Looks like it’s time for The Monk to weigh in on this topic….

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  • April 24, 2014 at 2:20pm

    CalmDownPeople
    “Everyone elses view of black folks: Americans.”

    Except for the blacks themselves… most don’t want to be ‘Americans’ and demand to be called ‘African Americans’.

    They keep racism alive for benefits.

  • April 24, 2014 at 2:03pm

    GroverCleveland
    “The last 100 years of racial problems have been by the progressives…”

    It also would have been nice if you used my 1:22pm edit; your 1:38pm comment tells me you had plenty of time to see it.

    Edit;
    …have been ‘mainly’ by the progressives…

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