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  • interventor

    Add. that the Kente cloth pattern was that of a tribe that dealt and sold slaves to the Europeans.

    • Toxic Deplorable Racist SAH B Woodman

      Heard that too. (IIRC, Rush show last week, Mark Levin guest host)
      Shows what happens when you don’t bother to learn history.
      Also shows that the DildoCrats side with the slavers. Everyone, take note! If you don’t want to be a slave, don’t vote DildoCrat.

      • Fox2!

        That’s true regardless of race, sex, creed, color, national origin, etc.

        • GWB

          They are definitely equal opportunity in their slavery.

    • Henry

      Using the color table published by a scholar of kente, I decoded the message as: political, royalty, leadership, planning, bloodshed, wealth. At least the Democrats got that much right.

    • TC

      According to them, every black person who was brought to the USA was hunted down and captured by white men.

      If you point out the fact that slavers made far more profit by just buying them from their fellow Africans you’ll get called a racist.

      Capturing slaves yourself meant that you had to hire men and equipment to do it with. Men and equipment that took up space on those tiny sailing ships. Fewer hired men equaled more space that you could store more slaves in.

      Using logic in an argument with crazy people is a waste of time because crazy always wins.

      • Doggo

        Once again, ignoring black on black crime to blame the white man.

  • Toxic Deplorable Racist SAH B Woodman

    Not getting up off their knees was not just metaphorical.
    Amazing that the voting youth want to follow old white patriarchal……what do you call them? Can’t call them “leadership”.

    • Punta Gorda

      “Massa?”

    • John M.

      Demagogues?Demogogues

    • GWB

      Some large chunk of the “young” do NOT want to vote for them. They would much rather have real, full-on communists to vote for.

      Which is one reason the Founders established a higher age threshold for holding national office….

  • Pamela

    Well, they either take it in a spokes hole or A**-hole on a regular basis.
    What else is new when it comes to that kneeling lot.

  • WayneM

    Meanwhile up here in Canada, the Prime Minister proved what a POS he is by declaring the RCMP to be systemically racist. When the RCMP’s Commissioner was asked to comment, she initially said she wasn’t sure what “systemically racist” meant as there’s a dozen different definitions ascribed to such…

    Her political master Bill Blair had a “private chat” and (surprise!) now she agrees she leads a group of racists. From iconic Canadian institute to racist in one easy step…

    • Old Codger

      Basically, I suspect she was told that “systemically racist” meant whatever the f**k her masters said it meant and to either get with the program or start looking for a new job.

      • John

        Scott Adams presently has issued a challenge on Twitter to give him an actual _definition_ of Systemic Racism.
        It’s been running four days now and so far there is none that meets even a minimal standard of the word “definition”.
        He gave it a week.
        I’m not holding my breath.

        • WayneM

          I’ve been watching Scott Adams and wondering if anyone can meet his challenge. It seems like he’s a safe bet.

          The Canadian Senate is appointed, not elected… one of the more leftist Senators is demanding the Commissioner should resign, saying she’s incompetent if she doesn’t know what racism looks like. If the Commish had intestinal fortitude, she’d hold up a picture of Trudeau and/or the Senator.

          I’d like to say that Trudeau, through his disrespectful remarks, has lost a voting block of more than 20,000 people plus their families but sadly… there are some Mounties who agree with him.

      • NotYetInACamp

        I just imagined that if she was truly a real person who wasn’t racist and in control of herself and her life she would have acted a skit towards the PM. It would be as such. Done in a high pitched hysterical subservient tone and demeanor to the PM.
        “Yes. Massa. Whatever you say Massa. I am that Massa. We are that Massa. Please. PLease. PLEASE!, Massa. Don’t beat me Massa. Don’t beat me, Massa. Please, don’t. And PLEASE MASSA , DON”T USE THE WHIP! Just don’t use the whip. Please, Massa. Anything you say Massa. That’s what we are, You know what is, Massa. Massa. Please don’t beat me, Massa. And please don’t sell me to the Muslims, Masssaa.”

        Ridicule of the PM is called for. Canada is lost if he successfully completes his father’s diversity genocide.

  • Bill G

    Being owned, themselves, by various pressure groups and fund sources, these politicians see nothing wrong with slavery. An old Kris Kristofferson song has the line “everybody’s gotta have somebody to look down on”. Since they live on their own metaphorical knees, they need to look down on everybody else.

  • nonncom

    I remember wondering what nancy had in mind when she got down on her knees, but then I thought one would have to make sure their tetanus shot was up to date….

  • PaulS

    Half into Month, halfway in funding the year, let’s git’r done DBDers! 🙂

  • Halley

    Thanks to the Orwellian totalitarians of the Left, there are now two English words that are utterly, totally, irrevocably 1000% devoid of any meaning whatsoever: “racism” and “racist”.

    1984 was written as a warning, not a How To handbook.

    • MasterDiver

      But that is how the Dem/Prog/ANTIFAs are using it.

      Zar Belk!

    • JTC

      And Merrimack Webster has codified it.

      • JTC

        Speaking of changing our words, the iPhone has its own vocabulary and sense of humor…that would be Merriam not Merrimack

  • DogByte6RER

    A while back while reading some of Dinesh D’Souza’s books, he cited Abraham Lincoln’s motivations behind slavery abolition. Before the sheer immorality and barbarity of slavery, Lincoln first recognized that slavery is the THEFT of a man’s work. Lincoln was quoted as saying “The man who grows the corn should be the first to eat the corn.”

    The Democrat Party (not democratic; nothing democratic above this junta) has at its core always been about the theft of a man’s work. The antebellum Democrat Party stole work through slavery. The post Civil War Democrat Party stole work through Jim Crow Laws and the implementation of sharecropping with enforcement through terrorism via its KKK. In the 20th century the Democrat Party shifted its strategy by stealing a man’s work via taxation, regulation and the transfer of earned wealth through the administrative state and then using those fruits of labor to buy off the dependents of slavery with family destructive welfare programs and food stamps.

    Now … the man who grows the corn is the last one to eat the corn, while the fruits of his labor are coercively transferred to ungrateful recipients who demand more. All the while, the Democrat Party accuses and slanders the man growing the corn as selfish, racist, homophobic, hate-monger, bitterly clinging to guns and Bibles, etc.

    Wash … rinse … repeat …

    • DogByte6RER

      Errggg … dependents of slavery should read descendants of slavery. Typo.

      The Democrats have always been the real dependents of slavery … their too damn lazy to mow their own lawns or to even raise their own kids!

      • John

        Laziness is only half the formula.
        The other half is a lust for Power.
        The two create a symbiotic system that in turn create a ravaging monster.
        The monster would almost be tolerable if it didn’t destroy vastly more than it consumes, rather like the arsonist who steals a TV and burns down the house to cover his tracks.
        God only knows how much richer our society would be without the D labeled parasites.

    • JTC

      Pretty good recitation of the false narrative and revised history surrounding the First RINO…it has been almost universally successful, but is in fact almost universally fabricated.

      Far from being motivated by barbarism and immorality of slavery, Lincoln was entirely about what he saw as the theft of the production of the Confederate States…including that corn, but was in fact all about his theft by force of that corn and everything and everything else.

      Slavery was but a convenient hot button to garner the emotional and economic support that was need to invade and wreak havoc and ruin on an independent and sovereign nation. This is of course well documented in his letters to his patrons and supporters wherein he openly stated he had no concern or compunction about forced labor as long as he kept *his* union together.

      Reinforced too by his great “proclamation” applying *only* to the southern states while his supporters and compatriots kept their slaves without interruption or condemnation.

      So similar in so many ways to the forces of would-be gov forces here and now. And the D or R meant about as much then as it does now, nothing.

    • NotYetInACamp

      Dog, and that is how the central banks treat and use fiat. It shifts the wealth curve to the few slavers at the top. All else are unimportant and can starve, as some plans have it.

  • Damon’s response in the second panel struck me as perfect.

  • TBeholder

    Indeed.
    It’s like they are trying to kill satire by becoming more ridiculous caricatures of themselves than anyone can make.

  • Too Tall

    And we know for a fact that Nadless the Hutt can’t get down for anything.

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