If burning cities and destroyed minority-owned businesses is what white millennial liberals bring people of color, we wish they’d go help someone somewhere else

Our hope is that with Joe Biden in the White House the temperature is going to decrease across the country. Our hope is that President Joe Biden will call for national reconciliation and will end the left-wing mobs that terrorize various parts of the country. We are Democrats, loyal Democrats, but we are also sane Democrats who do not want violence, who don’t want to see our communities- or anyone else’s for that matter- burnt down.

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We didn’t ask millennials to burn down our businesses or to egg on mob violence on our behalf…

Wasco, CA 93280, 01-12-2021 Tuesday:   Back on July 20, 2020, I laid out reasons as to why Earl Tiberias and I would not be voting for Joseph R. Biden and his running mate, much of our reasoning hinging on the fact that day after day and night after night what we were watching on TV were cities burning, statues being torn down, churches desecrated, and people being beaten in the streets and even murdered, minorities more so than the people the mobs explicitly claimed were the problem.  If you ask me, it seemed self-destructive because the agitators were not people like US but people like THEM, the  very same people they told us were ‘responsible’ for all the ills of America.[i]   

In fact, it seemed as though more minorities than white people were being killed which shocked both ET and I just as it did our family and our fellow church members.  I am not saying that beating and murdering white people is right because it most certainly is not but the narrative was and still is ‘the reason for all this out-of-control urban mayhem was because WHITE COPS WERE MURDERING BLACK FOLKS’ and ‘NO JUSTICE, NO PEACE.’[ii]

Thus our question was, “WHY ARE ALL THESE PEOPLE OF COLOR, BUSINESS OWNERS LIKE MY FAMILY- BEING ASSAULTED AND EVEN MURDERED, ALL IN THE NAME OF SOCIAL AND RACIAL JUSTICE?”  It made absolutely NO sense to any of us.

One of the most heartbreaking moments was when we saw video of a black female business owner of a sandwich shop decrying the loss of her and her business partner’s store to rampaging mobs in Minneapolis or Kenosha while another was the senseless murder of retired St. Louis police officer, David Dorn, the murdered while monitoring his friend’s store.  Young thugs took his life for a flat screen TV.  These were just the incidents my mind could drum up.

Even more shocking to us is how there were all these young white people directing black folks into doing all sorts of violent and despicable acts.  As black folks, we have enough issues driving us to resist or to rebel against unfair treatment at the hands of police officers so why then do we need to have all these young white leftists egging us on to accomplish their goals of social disorder and societal breakdown rather than our goals of equal treatment under the law?

All we want are our civil rights, the ones for which, we fought back in the 1960s, not those of Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels.  We don’t want police brutality but they desire a Soviet-style government.  Burning down OUR businesses to bring about an authoritarian government makes no sense no more than looting OUR stores and restaurants does. 

Yet, young white leftists running amok in the streets, losers armed with far different goals than what most of us want to see accomplished in the ongoing battle for equality is what drove the horrible summer of mob violence. 

Even worse was watching young white women screaming all manner of abhorrent things at black law enforcement officers.  Already, they have a tough enough job as it is but to have these overweight, young, belligerent white women- who probably cannot find a man- screaming in their faces, spittle flying, eyes bulging, neck veins ready to explode made it wholly unsavory to watch and worse to accept.  We don’t need their help we can handle our own community issues.  It would be nice if they would go elsewhere to cause trouble.

Our hope is that with Joe Biden in the White House the temperature is going to decrease across the country.  Our hope is that President Joe Biden will call for national reconciliation and will end the left-wing mobs that terrorize various parts of the country.  We are Democrats, loyal Democrats, but we are also sane Democrats who do not want violence, who don’t want to see our communities- or anyone else’s for that matter- burnt down. 

No, we want law and order- fair and impartial law and order– law and order in which, everyone receives the same treatment under the law, not one brand of justice for ‘us’ and another for ‘them.’  We want equal treatment under the law and we don’t require mobs of white angry millennial liberals making our situations worse.

We hope that President-elect Joe Biden will do the right thing on Inauguration Day and that the ultra-left doesn’t cause more trouble for the country by running another false flag operation in Washington, D.C. when he takes the oath of office.

Let’s let bygones be bygones.  Okay?  

I will see you tomorrow.  God bless you and bless our country.

Bea

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[i] Black folks want police in their communities as long as they are fair and just.  We don’t want to be victimized but taking police away via defunding them would put us at the risk of further criminal violence.  This is not something we want, we want cops.  We hope that President Joe Biden will not drink the liberal Kool-Aid and go down the path of stripping communities of color of their law enforcement.  Just get rid of the bad cops.

[ii] It should upset every American when cops misbehave but it’s not like it happens ‘all the time’ or that we have incidents ‘every day’ because we don’t.  Everyone knows this so it’s a lie to claim that it does.

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I cannot believe that the late great John Lewis, a Civil Rights icon, would be among those insisting for a return of Segregation, only this time for white folks, as some form of payback

Congressman John Lewis, a man who represented the state of Georgia’s 5th Congressional District since the late 1980s faced life-threatening danger in his fight for Civil Rights. Arrested at least 40 or more times, his head bashed in by police billy clubs to the point he had a metal plate inserted in his skull, he fought for equality, for civil rights, an end to racism, and a new beginning for all Americans.

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How is it we are now seeing a new call for ‘segregation?’

Wasco, CA 93280, 07-22-2020 Wednesday:  Black Americans most likely would never have received their Civil Rights had it not been for Rosa Parks, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Reverend Jesse Jackson, James Clyburn, John Lewis,[i] the Freedom Riders, the students who participated in sit-in’s throughout the South, and countless other known and unknown individuals and groups.  Many more participated in the fight for equality but these five were essential to leading the struggle to bring black men and women equality in a time and place where none existed- even a century after the Civil War’s end freed the slaves, the second one was much more violent and the stakes were enormous.

The fight began with boycotts against various government and pseudo-governmental entities, such as Montgomery, Alabama’s segregated buses- among other things.  Virtually every place in the South made more money off of its black citizens simply because we were the ones riding the buses to and from work, doing the mundane tasks that kept white society moving, and yet, the white segregationists found it impossible to survive.

When we said, ‘we aren’t going to ride your city buses anymore,’ even if we had to walk 10 miles to work and 10 miles back, uphill both ways and in 100-degree weather, both summer and winter (LOL)[ii].  Our determination found insolvency staring white society in the face and so they buckled but not after loads of strife.

Congressman John Lewis, a man who represented the state of Georgia’s 5th Congressional District since the late 1980s faced life-threatening danger in his fight for Civil Rights.  Arrested at least 40 or more times, his head bashed in by police billy clubs to the point he had a metal plate inserted in his skull, he fought for equality, for civil rights, an end to racism, and a new beginning for all Americans.

Although I did not know him personally, I feel as though I did.  I wish I had had the opportunity to have met him and to have told him, “thank you for all you have done.  Were it not for your suffering, your anguish, were it not for you never giving in to overwhelming forces and intolerable fear, we might none of us have ever seen an end to Jim Crow, to segregation, to red-lining, and to inequality.  No, were it not for you, we might not be the business owners we are today.[iii]  For that, we owe you a debt of gratitude.”

Somewhere between Dr. King, the March on Washington, and the advent of black militancy, things went awry.  I understand why we had Malcolm X, why Huey P. Newton and Bobby Seale created the Black Panther Party, why Angela Davis and numerous others went down a darker route, because in some places, things were not moving fast enough or the resistance was too great.  Black men and women were putting their lives on the line seeking what white society had long had and the only way to achieve it was through blood, sweat, tears, and sacrifice.

I remember from the time that the split between fighting for Civil Rights and a desire to ‘pay whitey back’ was a destabilizing conflict in the fight for black equality.  I remember my folks at the time telling me of their anguish, that they understood how Dr. King felt.

According to them, he wanted blacks to become more assertive in their struggles for equality but he also feared that if blacks became belligerent and hostile to the existing power order, it might take longer for his dream of ‘little black babies and little white babies growing up together in an atmosphere of peace’ to come about.

This is where we now find ourselves.  For some reason, with the fight for Civil Rights seemingly fulfilled, we are now seeing a regression to the more hostile side of the original fight.

We are seemingly witnessing a demand for a return to segregation, only that blacks, Latinos, and other people of color now want to segregate white people from the rest of society.  Not only is this crazy, it’s also counterproductive, especially when we are on the cusp of attaining equality for all only to lose it as the more vocal and violent side of the struggle- a minority at most- wants payback, which will be the death of the nation and a birth of something new, something no one wants to see.[iv]

God bless, we will meet again tomorrow.

Bea

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Bea O’Malley writes from her hometown of Wasco, California 93280

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FOOTNOTES:

[i] Some might inquire as to WHY I did not include the name of Al Sharpton in that haloed list.  Look, Reverend Al is little more than a carnival huckster, always out to make a buck.  The man is a loser. Although he claims he was ‘there with Dr. King,’ he was nowhere to be found.

[ii] I enjoy a good joke like anyone else…well, nowadays, only people my age know how to joke without taking everything personal or breaking into crying fits.  And you wonder WHY ET and I are voting for Trump in November.

[iii] My family believes that were it not for the Civil Rights struggle, we might never have had the comfortable life that we have nor would we have been able to enable our employees to have similar lives.

[iv] This is something that will forever damage our country if we give in to the minute minority of overly loud left-wing lunatics.

 

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