The situation in Charlottesville last weekend has escalated a variety of things in America. First of all, the narrative that started during the election cycle is coming full circle. All through now President Donald Trump’s campaign, it was suggested that his stances on many things emboldened white supremacists and bigots of all sorts to come out of the woodworks. The media portrayed Trump’s heavily-attended rallies as gathering spots for these sorts of people. Now, millions upon millions of people voted for Trump in the election (although he still did not win the popular vote in the United States). The insinuation is that America is made up of roughly about 75% white supremacists, Nazis, and other various forms of racist bigots. The other half is the oppressed by this 75%. Of course, by their own figures, 25% of the white supremacists didn’t vote for Trump at all, the first sign that there could be something wrong with the narrative.
The truth is that the KKK, Nazi sympathizers, and identifying white supremacists make up an unbelievably low percentage of the American public. Do they exist? Sure. But not in any kind of way that makes any difference. At this point, they are forced to hide their feelings or be an outcast from society. They have no real power or influence. The idea that this was behind Trump’s Presidency is a slap in the face to anyone that just made a conscious decision to vote for him over the other candidate, controversy-buried Hillary Clinton. So why is the media pushing so hard to convince Americans and the world that they have a real problem here? Easy. What is the other hand doing?
Anytime the mainstream media and the government seems to be working overtime to focus your attention on something, you can rest assured there is a reason for it. Watch what they other hand is doing. Try to filter through the distractions.
Right now, in America, people are debating whether or not to take down statues from historical figures because some people are offended. Right now, the average American walking down the street thinks that his or her own country is full of white supremacists. There’s no evidence to think that. There was a rally in Charlottesville that apparently brought out some people that are exuberant about what they are, and one person even took to murder. You can bet a race-related murder or crime happens every day in our country. There’s 380 million people in the world’s “melting pot.” There’s gonna be stuff like that. Why did this one all of a sudden have everyone up in arms? If Hillary Clinton were President would the rally have still happened? Almost definitely. You can bet rallies like this happened under Barack Obama also. There was just no reason to report it in the media, because what purpose would that serve? There is always a collective handful of people that want to push this sort of thing. There is something wrong with those people. No question. However, the idea that they represent a movement is nothing more than a ploy by the government and media to convince Americans that they are supposed to hate each other, that they still hate each other, and that they will always hate each other.
Meanwhile, they move on other fronts. And the debate about statues continue while they come up with another freedom to take away or another way to advance their real agenda and the New World Order.
Read between the lines. Go outside. See your neighbors. Do you see civil unrest? Does it look like America is in a ravaging civil war? The news wants you to think so. Sometimes the weatherman says it’s raining. If you walk outside and see that it’s not, do you still believe him?