As Long As You Are White …
Thus Spake Patrick Henry
“I know not what course others may take; but as for me, give me liberty, or give me death!” declared Patrick Henry.
And Americans promptly enslaved many Africans and gave death to the Native Americans. Africans (later to become the Afro-Americans) and all the Native Americans marked for slavery and genocide, in the glory of the White Race – conspired and claimed that Patrick Henry had included them in this declaration.
Jefferson, (when he was dining alone), wrote that ‘all White men are created equal’, in the Declaration of Independence – and excluded all ‘Blacks’, ‘Reds’ and others from being equal.
Emma Lazarus said …
Give me your tired, your poor whites,
Your huddled white masses yearning to breathe free,
The wretched white refuse of your teeming shore.
Send these, the white homeless, tempest-tossed, to me:
I lift my lamp for these whites beside the golden door.
The conspirators removed the word White from these important documents authored by Jefferson and Emma Lazarus – and claimed undue benefits robbing poor Whites of their rightful free labor and land.
I think the rest of us, (the browns, yellows and blacks) are dismissive of these crimes by the conspirators. It is clear to all those who matter (the Whites, who else) that this was never meant to be. We the devious (browns, blacks and yellows) are ignorant, backward and don’t understand these truths – and are subverting the natural order of the Whites. We reduce the great achievements of these ‘great’ men’ and do not appreciate their ‘spirit’.
It is clear to all those who matter (the whites, who else) that this conspiracy was never imagined by these poor authors – but is now read without the important missing words. If we (browns, blacks and yellows) are ignorant, backward and don’t understand these subtleties, we can not take away the ‘greatness’ from these people.
Some may call it hypocrisy, but I think it is unfair – to the hypocrites. These ‘great men’ had deliberately put the important word, White. Even after the removal of the important parts of these writings and declarations, the writers and their followers remained faithful to the original. These ‘great men’ wrote genuinely clear documents – with these important words.
You will agree it is not their mistake!