Sunday, September 14, 2014

Racist Georgia State Senator Fran Millar Hates Black Voters.

What gives Republicans the right to be racist? Do they believe they're better than Democrats? Furthermore, if the so-called Conservatives equate Christianity to the Republican Party, why is it the only racism I, personally, experienced is from Republicans? Additionally, why are Democrats so oblivious to the fact that Republicans bully the rest of us into submission. Their warped ideology and superficial righteousness are sickening at best. Conservatives particularly politicians are beating the drums of war, hey let's invade another country. Why? Because we messed up the first time, and we didn't learn the lessons from the previous thirteen-year war.

Case and point, recently, Republican Georgia state Senator Fran Millar’s claimed he'd much rather see educated white voters casting ballots over poor African Americans. Well, isn't that convenient. He hits the so-called African American twice saying first, he doesn't want you to vote and secondly, claims blacks lack education.  If you vote Republican and you're a minority, I am sorry but you hate yourself, obviously. And not just because Millar is racist, but because it's a well-known fact, most Republicans are racist or have racial bias. One maybe upset with me for posting this, but I really don't care because in the end the truth is Republicans and so-called fundamental Conservatives hate blacks, unions workers rights, funds for the impoverished folks and mothers, they disdain public education, women's rights but will stop at nothing to see you not vote. The only say one has is a vote. To cast your free speech ballet for elected officials is a fundamental part of American democracy. If you don't vote, you voice isn't heard, although you can yell at your computer screen when reading the horror of the Republican party on the news, the keyboard most likely, won't talk back. People such as Fran have never understood minorities, and he doesn't have the slightest respect for those less fortunate than himself.

"A Republican state senator in Georgia has vowed to end Sunday balloting in Dekalb County when lawmakers gather there at the Capitol in January, due to the fact that the area is "dominated by African American shoppers and it is near several large African American mega churches." [...]
"Now we are to have Sunday voting at South DeKalb Mall just prior to the election," [State Sen. Frank Millar] wrote in the email. "Per Jim Galloway of the AJC, this location is dominated by African American shoppers and it is near several large African American mega churches such as New Birth Missionary Baptist. Galloway also points out the Democratic Party thinks this is a wonderful idea – what a surprise. I’m sure Michelle Nunn and Jason Carter are delighted with this blatantly partisan move in DeKalb."(1).

However, the African American experience, according to the misguided senator, is to be "numberless space," to exist without a face or - a voice. And, whites claim with a straight face, others do not have the same rights. However, this country is stolen land, therefore, if anything the white man by definition and principle should be the last one to vote.

The raping of the so-called black and ethnocentric individual's cultural ancestral history disintegrated  and were no more because whites didn't want you to know who you are and whence you came. They, whites, did not want you to know your status in Africa. Why, you ask? Well, let's just say if you know where you came from and who you are that exhilarate a sense of power and you would have learned the truth about the Hebrews weren't white rather they're, Hebrews were closer to you."

And while I don't support abortion, abortion is a tough choice, but it is just that, a choice; a personal choice at that. Some Christians and others say life starts after birth. After a child takes it first breath outside its mother's womb. I have to say that's a compelling argument. I am not encouraging anyone has an abortion etc., At any rate; that's not what this post is about, what this post is about is the racism within the Republican party. Keep voting against the interests that might empower your people. Keep voting Republican out of self-righteousness. Playing "house slave" doesn't get you anywhere in the African American experience. One must create the minority experiences within the context of your faith principles and interests. The Democrats support helping others, whereas Republicans interests are self.

1). Hunter.(09 September 2014). Georgia State Senator vows to block early voting site too 'near' black voters. Daily Kos.http://www.dailykos.com/story/2014/09/09/1328381/-Georgia-State-Senator-vows-to-block-early-voting-site-too-near-black-voters

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