Sunday, January 29, 2017

Peaceful Trump Supporter Heckled by Uninformed Social Justice Warriors at Women's March -- Silences Them With Truth

by Justin Deschamps

The following is a short but rather comical video of a black Trump supporter named Big Joe being interviewed at the Women's March that took place in Washington D.C. after Trump's inauguration the day before. The man is being peacefully interviewed when a series of protestors begin to heckle him in response to his statements about how the protest is essentially a program of divide and conquer. He offers up historical facts and arguments suggesting that the people there are being used like pawns by the propaganda media, Planned Parenthood began as an organization attempting to sterilize all black people, and that some of those claiming to be social justice warriors can be some of the most intolerant and bigoted people. He also says that through these uninformed actions on the part of deceived social justice warriors, martial law and more draconian measures would likely come about.

Obviously, the need for equal representation under the law and protection of one's rights is most definitely a worthwhile cause. But through the propaganda media, as the behest of globalist controllers like George Soros, a wave of false social justice is sweeping the nation. Under the guise of political correctness and equality, non-Clinton supporters are coming under attack, along with anyone else that can be labeled as a racist for not supporting one cause or another. The very people who claim to seek tolerance and acceptance from so-called racists are acting with intolerance, prejudice, and bigotry towards their fellow human beings. The level of vitriol, anger, and hatred pouring from anti-Trump supporters is soberingly ironic given that those who allegedly seek social justice would act with such injustice towards their fellows.

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How can movements allegedly focus on equality and justice for all be taken seriously when the majority of those acting for it are intolerant and prejudicial? Are we all not people of Earth? Do people who voted for Trump not have a right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness?

But the radicalization of social justice is not only relegated to Trump. I have personally seen what is being called "white guilt" become increasingly popular amongst new generations. It is the idea that all white people are guilty of crimes their forefathers committed against other races. And that, in order to make up for it, the current generation of white people owe a debt to other races, paid by accepting a position of inferiority. So-called white privilege is now an accepted form of racism, wherein a white person's views and ideas are dismissed simply because they are a member of the white race.

The meaning of racism in the minds of the masses has been distorted. Here's the definition for reference.
Racism: prejudice, discrimination, or antagonism directed against someone of a different race based on the belief that one's own race is superior.
Thus, the belief that one race is less than or superior to another is a racist ideology. A person's race has no bearing on determining if they are a racist. A person is not more likely to be racist simply because they are white. It is their view about race that is deciding factors. Asserting that race itself makes someone a racist—the premise of white privilege and guilt—is the racist viewpoint. That being said, of course, a person's environmental conditions (culture) affect their views on life, but race, in and of itself, is not the causal factor.

What's ironic is that, via social engineering, white guilt and the white hatred that comes with it, is being pushed as a solution to the racist actions of the past. But as Dr. Martin Luther King said, you can't fight hate with hate. And it's irrational to think racism directed towards one's own race somehow makes up for the racism of past generations.

If one makes an analysis of how people use the term racist, it should become apparent that a bastardization of the concept has taken place over the years. Today's definition of racism seems to have been altered to include a person's race as a factor. For example, if I—a half-white, half-Latino man—refer to the man in the below video as black, some people would say that this reference alone is a racist statement. The basis being that only black people can refer to other members of their race as black. For example, if a black man uses the word nigger, then it is usually seen as socially acceptable. But if a white man uses the world nigger—even if they have no racist leanings—would still be considered an act of prejudice and racism. But as was just described, what makes someone a racist or not is their views about race—not because certain trigger words were used.

Say, for example, I am robbed at gunpoint by someone on my way home from work, who happens to be black. And I tell the story that "a black man robbed me at gun point on my way home from work," to some friends. According to the new definition of racism, I would be considered a racist because I referred to the man as being black. But this is merely a statement of fact. Honestly, making light of a person's race is not a racist statement or a reflection of racist beliefs within that person—but this is precisely what we've been conditioned to think. All the while real racism and prejudice runs rampant in our midsts.

As an example of an obviously racist statement, consider a few quotes from Margaret Sanger, the founder of Planned Parenthood.
"The most merciful thing that a large family does to one of its infant members is to kill it."
— Margaret Sanger, Women and the New Race (Eugenics Publ. Co., 1920, 1923)

On blacks, immigrants and indigents, Sanger said: "...human weeds,' 'reckless breeders,' 'spawning... human beings who never should have been born." — Margaret Sanger (Source)
These are clearly statements of someone who holds racist beliefs. Sanger is also an outspoke eugenicist, and called for the sterilization of "lesser races." Again, a clear cut example of actual, valid, bonafide racism.

The man in the video quotes Sanger to those gathering around him. But instead of listening to what he had to say and researching it personally, one woman dismisses the true history in favor of calling the man a liar.
She says "he is the problem"—but how is this the case? He is informed. He has done his research. He can actually discern that the protest is most likely a COINTELPRO operation of propaganda and mass-mind control. And, of course, due to her ignorance, she can't see this and chooses to maintain her fundamentalist position by rejecting his valid points—a clear example of radicalism.

In her emotionally reactive and triggered state, she interrupts the interview, exemplifying the very intolerance she likely came to the protest to fight against. If her behavior is any indication of the mindset of those in attendance, then it suggests whole swaths of people are mindlessly carrying out an agenda of divide and conquer. They, in their blindness, support various aspects of the State and lack the critical knowledge and understanding of history to realize the truth—a case study of how ignorance leads to despotism.

Granted, these people were deceived by the media. However, the onus of verifying facts and information rests on the individual. And they are responsible for any maliciousness that came from an uninformed and inaccurate position.

To be clear, I am not a Trump supporter, nor is Stillness in the Storm supporting one political party, candidate, or organization over another.

The truth is the primary focus of this site, sharing data to encourage the individual to rediscover their truth seeking powers and in doing so change themselves for the better. Collectively, we have the power to work together ensure our rights are protected, and everyone has an opportunity to positively contribute to the world around them.

By all accounts, millions upon millions of people have succumbed to government propaganda and the machinations of the Deep State. But there are still some people willing to share the truth, even in the midst of those who have tried to ignore it.

I don't agree with everything the man in the below video says, but what I found most compelling is that he shares his truth clearly and concisely with the swarm of detractors that gathered around. And, in the end, his more informed position leaves all of them speechless. The uninformed social justice warriors resort to name calling and irrational arguments in their attempt to quash the idea that they have been duped.

While this kind of confrontational approach is arguably not beneficial for solving the problems of divide and conquer, what it demonstrates is that coherence of truth will win the day.

Those onlookers who heard the exchange or who will watch the video are exposed to historical information that, if researched fully, would dispel the illusions of contemporary society.

The more informed we become as individuals, the more equipped we will be to offer wisdom to others when the time comes. In most cases, outright confrontation with others won't provide a safe place for data exploration and honest research. However, sometimes, as a self-defensive measure, speaking the truth to those who refuse to hear it is required.

In today's world, ignorance might mean bliss for the individual but it means slavery for everyone else. 

The fact is, ignorance in the face of harm is an act of complacency. Therefore, those who know the truth have a right to share it with others as a defensive measure. But clearly, how this truth is shared plays a major role in determining if it will be received.

- Justin

About The Author

Justin Deschamps is a truth seeker inspired by philosophy and the love of wisdom in all its forms. He was formally trained in physics and psychology, later discovering the spiritual basis of reality and the interconnected nature of all things. He strives to find the path of truth while also walking it himself, sharing what he knows with others so as to facilitate cooperative change for a better future. He is a student of all and a teacher to some. Follow on Twitter @sitsshow, Facebook Stillness in the Storm, and steemit @justin-sits.

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