It was tough to watch over the 4th of July weekend the utterances of the many Marxists who have gathered people of color on a typical Kotter change state strategy to disparage Mt. Rushmore and the Founding Fathers. Knowing what I do about the country’s origin that anyone with just a little reading could discover, they’d be insulted too. I just returned from Mt. Rushmore a few weeks ago, as of this writing, and I found it profoundly refreshing and intellectual. There was a lot more to do at Mt. Rushmore than getting out of the car and look at some carvings on the big rock wall. It was a temple of conceptual understanding into the nature of a functioning republic, something that had been attempted by Roman and Greek societies thousands of years ago. It has only recently been resurrected from the impact of the Dark Ages, where mysticism and religion had placed over all humankind in the East and West a cloak a stupidity that held down civilization during the entire duration. Only what the Founding Fathers proposed improved those lessons learned, not a return to the Greek or Roman, but a superior next step. And if not for the people on that big stone mountain in South Dakota, there would still be slavery in the world. America freed the slaves. Republicans were the ones who did it, and Thomas Jefferson, even though he started as a slave owner for lots of social reasons specific at that time, worked behind the scenes to end slavery one way or another from the very beginning.
As I said in the video above, and in other videos, they had a couple of fabulous bookstores at Mt Rushmore. At the very end of the viewing stand in the basement, one looks out over the statues through a big window. I had read about 75% of the books in that bookstore before, but there was a treasure trove of about 25% that I hadn’t, and I bought them up. One of the books was a little thing about Thomas Jefferson in his own words that I found very refreshing. I’ve read many books on Jefferson, all of which were written by the modern progressive biographers who have put work out that we see today on historical figures. I find what they all have in common, even though I enjoy their work, perhaps none more than Edmund Morris, is a need to always put a progressive slant on their work to appease the market gatekeepers. The big New York publishers all have the strategy of obtaining a New York Times review for the covers of their products. To get that review, the author must pour some salt on the subject and show that they were not magnificent characters of history but rather people like you and me. They are meant to be brought down to the ordinary level of the mud trollers who lean toward socialism out of laziness instead of the ambition of capitalism. In that case, Jefferson has been attacked for his slave ownership and his alleged sexual relationship with Sally Hemings. The purpose of all this side story stuff is to demean the great thoughts he evoked in creating a Declaration of Independence and the assistance in shaping a functioning Constitution for our new republic. Not a “democracy,” a REPUBLIC.
I left Mt. Rushmore with my new books in hand. I read them whenever I could throughout the rest of the trip, starting with this book on Jefferson because it was so relevant to the news of our day. Our republic is under attack by race-baiters hiding their Marxism behind the guilt of slavery. They expect to use it to crush the morality of America into a change state of oppression and eventual control by the United Nations—which is already infiltrated by communists, socialists, and outright Marxists. When these people talk of global unity, they are talking about socialism and communism being the method of government, and for that to happen, they must topple the United States from economic power. They work every day to do it. Their best method of doing it is to convince the people of our republic to give up on capitalism which they think is quite possible due to the teacher union control of our education system. The other way they plan to do it is to remove our good history of America’s foundation from our current reality. That is why Mt. Rushmore is to them a bitter enemy which they hate. It was also essential to build Mt. Rushmore in the first place, so people would never forget it.
I also bought several other books across Kansas that talked in detail about the battle between the Jayhawkers and Bushwhackers well before the Civil War took place, the events of Bloody Kansas that led to the war itself. America was never a racist nation to have those kinds of fights occurring, of which the Jayhawks, the Red Legs, and Union Army eventually won. Slaves were freed because people used the Constitution that Jefferson and the other Founding Fathers created, and everyone fought it out. It was England that brought the slaves to America. Jefferson knew that if he tried to go too deep with the Declaration and eventual Constitutional Convention, the southern states would not stand together as the original 13 colonies. So, Jefferson took what he could and planned later to take another swipe at slavery with amendments, which is what happened. It took another war to do it, but it happened, and, in that way, Jefferson revealed in his letters to immediates within his circle of friends. Jefferson always planned for the formation of America to free people of all color, everywhere in the world. The pressure of the victory of a Revolution would set off the movement all over the world.
That’s why it’s such an insult to listen to these modern ignoramuses utter such nonsense about America being anything of a racist country. There is nowhere else in the world where so many people of different backgrounds have come together and lived so freely. All we hear from the attackers is jealousy that the rest of the world hasn’t figured out how to do it yet. Perhaps other places in the world would do better if only they learned from America. It isn’t the American prerogative to give up what’s good so that everyone in the world can be equally wrong. It is up to them to learn from us and the hard lessons won in the formation of America, which benefits all people. And finally, what is even worse about the constant attacks of racism toward America is that the Democrats from the beginning were the Bushwackers, the slave owners, and the resistance to creating an independent republic. They loved the aristocracy of European life and were not eager to take a break for independence. Today, they are most anxious to retreat to Europe and adopt their socialism so they can be invited to the next Beltway party and live the life of the aristocracy. The Founding Fathers started in the elite but decided to break away and create something new that resembled what worked with the old. And for all they say, the Democrats in the modern era, none of it is good, educated, or relevant to history. It is all malicious and meant to undo us all.
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