Here is what the stupid, racist, KKK Trump meant by "making America great" - Racist white bastards
This man simply cannot hide his KKK style of Racism. He grew up in it.
Poor baby Donald; you just cannot handle the truth. Racist and mentally sick Trump, what if those criminal thugs were black?
This is not surprising in the racist United States
WELCOME TO DONALD TRUMP'S UNITED STATES. THANK YOU DONALD FOR ALLOWING MOST AMERICANS TO DEPICT WHO THEY REALLY ARE
DEBUNKING THE ABRAHAM LINCOLN MYTH
A Study by Dr. Sabri Bebawi, PhD
Republicans friends (now ex-friends) and Republican colleagues (now ex-colleagues) have always fascinated me when I asked why they were Republicans. Their response was always the same as though they are ashamed of being Republicans: (We are Abraham Lincoln Republicans). I smiled and kept silent.
Republicans know that the Republican ideology is that of evil, racism, hatred, end justifies the means, using and abusing people for their what they believe to be “pursuit of happiness.” So, they wanted to clear themselves from this stigma by attaching themselves to Abraham Lincoln because of his phony fraudulent “Emancipation Declaration.”
We shall look together at Abraham Lincoln and debunk the myth that he, as the 16th president of the United States, was one of the best presidents ever. First, we need to know who he was. Abraham Lincoln was an American politician and lawyer who served as the 16th President of the United States from March 1861 until his assassination in April 1865.
Unlike Republicans, he was a very intelligent man, indeed. He was very good with words and expressions that steered emotions in people and made them love him. Among these great sayings are:
“Government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the Earth.”
“You can fool some of the people all of the time, and all of the people some of the time, but you can not fool all of the people all of the time.”
In a three-hour speech in Peoria, Illinois, in the fall of 1854, Lincoln presented more clearly than ever his moral, legal and economic opposition to slavery—and then admitted he didn’t know exactly what should be done about it within the current political system. He didn’t believe blacks should have the same rights as whites. Though Lincoln argued that the founding fathers’ phrase “All men are created equal” applied to blacks and whites alike, this did not mean he thought they should have the same social and political rights. His views became clear during an 1858 series of debates with his opponent in the Illinois race for U.S. Senate, Stephen Douglas, who had accused him of supporting “negro equality.” In their fourth debate, at Charleston, Illinois, on September 18, 1858, Lincoln made his position clear.:
“I will say then that I am not, nor ever have been, in favor of bringing about in any way the social and political equality of the white and black races,” he began, going on to say that he opposed blacks having the right to vote, to serve on juries, to hold office and to intermarry with whites.
Lincoln wasn’t an abolitionist.
Lincoln didn’t believe blacks should have the same rights as whites.
Emancipation was a military policy.
The Emancipation Proclamation didn’t actually free the slaves. Since Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation as a military measure, it didn’t apply to border slave states like Delaware, Maryland, Kentucky and Missouri, all of which had remained loyal to the Union. Lincoln also exempted selected areas of the Confederacy that had already come under Union control in hopes of gaining the loyalty of whites in those states. In practice, then, the Emancipation Proclamation didn’t immediately free a single slave, as the only places it applied were places where the federal government had no control—the Southern states currently fighting against the Union., unlike any Republican, president Lincoln was a very intelligent man, a savvy politician, and a skilled war strategist. To ensure winning the Civil War against the South, he issues s the Emancipation Proclamation. He gives freedom to the blacks of the South to join the Northern Army. This was to devastate the morale of the Southern States, to give the blacks a hope, and to have a stronger army. It was never for the love of the blacks or for a belief that slavery should be abolished. He continued to have slaves and continued to believe that blacks are not equal to whites.
On September 22 1862, Abraham Lincoln issued his preliminary Emancipation Proclamation, in which he declared that as of January 1, 1863, all slaves in states in rebellion against the Union "shall be then, thenceforward, and forever free."
Lincoln did believe that slavery was morally wrong. Though Lincoln saw himself as working alongside the abolitionists on behalf of a common anti-slavery cause, he did not count himself among them. Only with emancipation, and with his support of the eventual 13th Amendment, would Lincoln finally win over the most committed abolitionists.
Though Lincoln argued that the founding fathers’ phrase “All men are created equal” applied to blacks and whites alike, this did not mean he thought they should have the same social and political rights. His views became clear during an 1858 series of debates with his opponent in the Illinois race for U.S. Senate, Stephen Douglas, who had accused him of supporting “negro equality.” In their fourth debate, at Charleston, Illinois, on September 18, 1858, Lincoln made his position clear. “I will say then that I am not, nor ever have been, in favor of bringing about in any way the social and political equality of the white and black races,” he began, going on to say that he opposed blacks having the right to vote, to serve on juries, to hold office and to intermarry with whites.
Like his views on emancipation, Lincoln’s position on social and political equality for African-Americans would evolve over the course of his presidency. In the last speech of his life, delivered on April 11, 1865, he argued for limited black suffrage, saying that any black man who had served the Union during the Civil War should have the right to vote.
For much of his career, Lincoln believed that colonization—or the idea that a majority of the African-American population should leave the United States and settle in Africa or Central America—was the best way to confront the problem of slavery. His two great political heroes, Henry Clay and Thomas Jefferson, had both favored colonization; both were slave owners who took issue with aspects of slavery but saw no way that blacks and whites could live together peaceably. Lincoln first publicly advocated for colonization in 1852, and in 1854 said that his first instinct would be “to free all the slaves, and send them to Liberia” (the African state founded by the American Colonization Society in 1821).
As much as he hated the institution of slavery, Lincoln didn’t see the Civil War as a struggle to free the nation’s 4 million slaves from bondage. Emancipation, when it came, would have to be gradual, and the important thing to do was to prevent the Southern rebellion from severing the Union permanently in two. But as the Civil War entered its second summer in 1862, thousands of slaves had fled Southern plantations to Union lines, and the federal government didn’t have a clear policy on how to deal with them. Emancipation, Lincoln saw, would further undermine the Confederacy while providing the Union with a new source of manpower to crush the rebellion.
As a member of the Illinois state legislature in 1834, Lincoln supported the Whig politics of government-sponsored infrastructure and protective tariffs. This political understanding led him to formulate his early views on slavery, not so much as a moral wrong, but as an impediment to economic development.
In 1857, the Supreme Court issued its controversial decision Scott v. Sanford, declaring African Americans were not citizens and had no inherent rights. Though Abraham Lincoln felt African Americans were not equal to whites
Abraham Lincoln responded to the crisis wielding powers as no other president before him. He distributed $2 million from the Treasury for war material without an appropriation from Congress; he called for 75,000 volunteers into military service without a declaration of war; and he suspended the writ of habeas corpus, arresting and imprisoning suspected Confederate sympathizers without a warrant. Crushing the rebellion would be difficult under any circumstances, but the Civil War, with its preceding decades of white-hot partisan politics, was especially onerous. From all directions, Lincoln faced disparagement and defiance. He was often at odds with his generals, his Cabinet, his party and a majority of the American people.
Hogan points to several factors that elevated the United States’ 16th president in the eyes of Mexicans, in particular Lincoln’s courageous stand in Congress against the Mexican War, and his later support in the 1860s for democratic reformist Benito Juárez, who has at times been called the “Abraham Lincoln of Mexico.” Lincoln’s stature as a force for political equality and economic opportunity—and his opposition to slavery, which Mexico had abolished in 1829—made the American leader a sympathetic figure to the progressive followers of Juárez, who was inaugurated as president of Mexico in the same month and year, March 1861, as Lincoln.
During its own civil war of the late 1850s, Mexico had accrued significant foreign debt, which the French Emperor Napoleon III ultimately used as pretext to expand his colonial empire, installing an Austrian archduke, Ferdinand Maximilian, as Emperor Maximilian I of Mexico in 1863. The United States did not recognize the French regime in Mexico, but with the Civil War raging, remained officially neutral in the hope that France would not recognize or aid the Confederacy.
By 1867, the French had withdrawn their occupying army; the Juárez forces captured and executed Maximilian, and the Mexican Republic was restored. Though Lincoln didn’t live to see it, his Mexican counterpart had also triumphed in a war for the survival of his nation. “Lincoln really loved the Mexican people and he saw the future as us being allied in cultural ways, and also in business ways,” Hogan reflects. “He supported the growth of the railroads in Mexico, as did Grant, who was a big investor in the railroads, and he saw us as being much more united than we are.”
Despite its limitations, Lincoln’s proclamation marked a crucial turning point in the evolution of Lincoln’s views of slavery, as well as a turning point in the Civil War itself. By war’s end, some 200,000 black men would serve in the Union Army and Navy, striking a mortal blow against the institution of slavery and paving the way for its eventual abolition by the 13th Amendment.
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I am Dr. Sabri g. Bebawi.
I receive threats daily from various sources, from Moslems, Christians, Evangelicals, Trumpians and just American idiots.
Have you ever wondered, as I have, why they call the presidential palace in America " The White House?" Mexico does not call the presidential palace " The Moreno House." Nigeria does not call the presidential Palace "The Black House." Japan does not call ikts presidential palace " The Yellow House." Israel does not call the presidential palace " The Jewish House." Why is it that only the United States calls the presidential palace "The White House?"
Americans, think for change, pick a book (not Mein Kampf)
A Study to Be Shared with Racist White Americans
Study by Dr. Sabri g. Bebawi, Social Scientist/Linguist
March 14, 2020
Dear Fellow Citizens:
Those of you who are white supremacists and think that foreigners are destroying the United States of America, you need to think again. Without foreigners, the US would be nothing but a true "Shit-Hole" - much worse than Africa as described by the retard Donald Trump. I have many ailments from Cancer to Lupus and when I am in the United States all my 17 doctors are foreigners. The most important 100 Scientist at NASA are foreigners; some are naturalized citizens, some with residence and about 30 of the hundred are neither citizens nor residents. Get a life please.
It took about twelve hours to count Donald Trump Vocabulary.
(1) I transcribed most of his speeches using voice to text,
(2) I located repeated words through the "search word" function in Microsoft word,
(3) I deleted all repeated words and phrases Trump is used to using,
(4) I used the "Count Number of Words" function in Microsoft Word Application,
(5) Though the results were not shocking, the results were worse than I had anticipated.
Several studies tell us that American High School Graduate has a vocabulary power of 3,500 and a Mexican 7,500 words. For this reason, I am often amazed at white racist demanding that a foreigner speaks English since I know most Americans cannot speak English.
Ask me to send it to you
As incoherent as it is, that is how Trump speaks; he has never been able to construct a coherent sentence - or even incoherent.Result:
Dear White Racist Americans, your president-want-to-be, Trump, has the astonishing vocabulary power of 1,807 words
It has always been the case in the United States of America, blaming naturalized citizens, residents, and foreign nationals for America's persistent failure at everything the United States does. Listen to the idiotic president want-to-be, Don Calione, AKA Donald Trump. THE IDIOT.
A DAY WITHOUT A MEXICAN
Striking Similarities between Trump and Mussolini.
Do you think they will drop the BOMB?
From Beautiful Rome, Italy, to my fellow American Citizens
Sabri Bebawi, LLB, PhD.Racial tension fueled by Nazi Donald Trump is getting out of control
This writer wishes to make some major issues clearer to my fellow citizens, followers, and enemies. To begin with, there is only one thing I am thankful for and that is Nazi/Fascist Donald Trump has allowed the United States' people to let their hair down and be themselves, the ignorant racist and white supremacists that they are. Now, the whole world knows what the United States is - Honestly, political correctness was getting on many nerves. Thank you Dodo,
Now, let us look at some facts - no fake news here; these are scientific linguistic facts. The White idiot who tells a Hispanic, an Asian, or any non-native or even a native speaker to stop talking in a foreign language and speak English or go back to where she/he came from, is not insulting the foreign speaker, in fact is humiliating him/herself for uttering such ignorant phrases. Here is the sad truth, one can tell the majority of white Americans the same thing: "Speak English or go back to where you come from, you American idiot." Many, many, many Americans neither speak English nor do they know anything about the English language. Studies tell us that an American High School graduate- and please note:
Every year, over 1.2 million students drop out of high school in the United States alone. That's a student every 26 seconds – or 7,000 a day. About 25% of high school freshmen fail to graduate from high school on time.(https://www.dosomething.org/us/facts/11-facts-about-high-school-dropout-rates)
Again, a High School lucky graduate has a vocabulary power of 3,500 words; in contrast, a Hispanic High School graduate has a vocabulary power of more than 7,500 words. As for Asians, we talk about thousands of characters. So, the next time any American racist utter such words, not only should be ashamed, but perhaps consider some education.
Furthermore, these immigrants that American Racists and Dodo Trumpo criticize know more about the American history and world facts than the average American, even educated ones.
There are many videos like that available for you hard headed Americans who think that the color of the skin matters. Do you, my readers, know why we have different skin colors? Are you aware that the KKK, White Supremacists, and Donald Trump are perhaps with an IQ of less than the lowest ever of 45 - and this is science:
To American racists, if you wish non-white, specially if you are Orange like Trump, and you have the urge to ask them to speak English, perhaps it is a good idea if you do learn to speak proper English, too. I have been a Social Scientist for 45 years and I have heard Americans speak a language that I have no idea what it is. It is certainly not English.
Also remember, the person you are attacking has four times IQ more than you do. At least he/she knows why we celebrate the 4th of July; they know what the Declaration of Independence is; they know what the Emancipation Declaration is (which was declared by the phony racist bastard Abraham Lincoln of whom unthinking American Republicans are erroneously proud and repeat "I am a Lincoln Republican;") and they know when the civil war was and why it took place. So please think (I know it is hard for most Americans, but try now and then) before you utter stupid words and shamelessly declare your inferiority to the Mexican you are attacking.
I can write more and more and more examples, but it is exhausting to try to educate the un-edcatable, namely, a large number of white (and orange) Americans. Finally, I want to burst your bubble and tell you you are not the greatest country in the Western world as you think. The fact is that the United States of America is far behind any industrialized nation in terms of health care, education, income per capita, housing and standard of living. While the United States as a country cares about the dollar, the rest of world cares about humans. I often wonder what are Americans proud of exactly? Yes, they have the richest thieves in the world and the richest abusive business corporations in the world and the one most important thing, America has possibly the best military power; sadly, they currently have no Commander -in-Chief, but I am confident that each member, regardless of the rank is a Commander-in-Chief; This writer is deeply proud of the men and women in the military- - but wait, wait, wait; we will, very soon, see China, Germany, and Japan. I am certain we shall all be at awe.
READ A BOOK. Know Your Country
I am Dr. Sabri g. Bebawi and I wrote this essay.
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