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“You must use the DARK skin slaves vs. the LIGHT skin slaves, and the LIGHT skin slaves vs. the DARK skin slaves. You must also have white servants and overseers [who] distrust all Blacks. But it is NECESSARY THAT YOUR SLAVES TRUST AND DEPEND ON US. THEY MUST LOVE, RESPECT AND TRUST ONLY US. Gentlemen, these kits are your keys to control. Use them.
As we (less than the elites) argue left vs. right and liberal vs. conservative, they pick everyone’s pocket.
The President whose vetoes were overridden the most was Andrew Johnson, who saw 15 of his 29 vetoes became laws anyway thanks to overwhelming support in Congress.
LBJ in 1960: “If you can convince the lowest white man that he’s better than the best colored man, he won’t notice you’re picking his pocket.”

Totally agree. Poor whites have much more in common with Poor blacks than rich whites.
Divide and conquer is stunningly effective.

Jesus Christ this is remarkable. Thank you for this.
Issues of race in America are fascinating; ripe with a complex history of control, subordination and subjugation of entire swaths of human populations. Race theory is rich and interesting – and yet, people are loathe to talk about it with any honesty or self awareness. Anytime I try to talk about these things with people, they tend to clam up, change the subject or giggle nervously. So frustrating.
I tend to shut up because it really isn’t that interesting to me. It hasn’t been since I was, oh I don’t know, seven years old. People giving into their base instincts without any sign of reasoned or measured thought is just depressing, not interesting.

What’s interesting is that it’s not human instinct.

I see no remarkable differences between animals and humans so I feel no clarification here is necessary.

Profits are so good that now there is a new business: importing inmates with long sentences, meaning the worst criminals. When a federal judge ruled that overcrowding in Texas prisons was cruel and unusual punishment, the CCA signed contracts with sheriffs in poor counties to build and run new jails and share the profits. According to a December 1998 Atlantic Monthly magazine article, this program was backed by investors from Merrill-Lynch, Shearson-Lehman, American Express and Allstate, and the operation was scattered all over rural Texas. That state’s governor, Ann Richards, followed the example of Mario Cuomo in New York and built so many state prisons that the market became flooded, cutting into private prison profits.
After a law signed by Clinton in 1996 – ending court supervision and decisions – caused overcrowding and violent, unsafe conditions in federal prisons, private prison corporations in Texas began to contact other states whose prisons were overcrowded, offering “rent-a-cell” services in the CCA prisons located in small towns in Texas. The commission for a rent-a-cell salesman is $2.50 to $5.50 per day per bed. The county gets $1.50 for each prisoner.
Ninety-seven percent of 125,000 federal inmates have been convicted of non-violent crimes. It is believed that more than half of the 623,000 inmates in municipal or county jails are innocent of the crimes they are accused of. Of these, the majority are awaiting trial. Two-thirds of the one million state prisoners have committed non-violent offenses. Sixteen percent of the country’s 2 million prisoners suffer from mental illness.

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