How Political Correctness Pits Race Against Race

March 26, 2013 at 10:17 AM

The following comments are attributed to a retired USMC Vet.  Whether this is the case or not, I cannot be sure.  However, these words – as far as I can see – are the epitome of truth and need to be shared repeatedly by people who also love truth. They highlight what political correctness has caused to occur in society.

The American Dream ended (on November 6th) in Ohio. The second term of Barack Obama will be the final nail in the coffin for the legacy of the white Christian males who discovered, explored, pioneered, settled and developed the greatest Republic in the history of mankind.

A coalition of Blacks, Latinos, Feminists, Gays, Government Workers, Union Members,  Environmental Extremists, The Media, Hollywood , uninformed young people, the “forever needy,” the chronically unemployed, illegal aliens and other “fellow travelers” have ended Norman Rockwell’s America.

The Cocker Spaniel is off the front porch…the Pit Bull is in the back yard.

The American Constitution has been replaced with Saul Alinsky’s “Rules for Radicals” and Chicago shyster, David Axelrod, along with international Socialist George Soros will be pulling the strings on their beige puppet to bring us Act 2 of the New World Order.

Our side ran two candidates who couldn’t even win their own home states, and the circus fatty Chris Christie helped Obama over the top with a glowing “post Sandy” tribute that elevated the “Commander-in-Chief” to Mother Teresa status.

People like me are completely politically irrelevant, and I will never again comment on or concern myself with the afore-mentioned coalition which has surrendered our culture, our heritage and our traditions without a shot being fired.

You will never again out vote these people. It will take individual acts of defiance and massive displays of civil disobedience to get back the rights we have allowed them to take away. It will take Zealots, not moderates–not reach-across-the-aisle RINOs to right this ship and restore our beloved country to its former status.

Those who come after us will have to risk their lives, their fortunes and their sacred honor to bring back the Republic that this generation has timidly frittered away due to “white guilt” and political correctness…

I’m done.

There are too many people who are blind to these truths, many of them young, who never grew up during the time this Vet refers to, nor did they ever have to fight for these truths.  Because actual American history is not taught (except the politically correct version of it), they do not truly understand how things were and how far we have come from them.

I can appreciate this man’s frustration and he paints a terribly dark future picture, but it is not that different from what we learn in Scripture either about the days ahead.  I understand why he says he is “done.”

However, we must keep warning and talking, whether anyone likes it or not (especially the PC crowd).  We need to do this, if for no other reason than to show that the 1st Amendment still applies to all people, not simply those they deem “victims.”

To those who claim to be Christian and are comfortably established deep within the mire of political correctness, I cannot help but hope that if they will only take a few moments to thoroughly engage with God in prayer, asking Him to show them the fallacious nature of the things they believe, their eyes might open.

If we can say anything about political correctness, we can say that it is – at least sometimes – guided along by a genuine desire to help, but it’s help is little more than a form of disingenuous “feel-good love” that actually lacks the true love that God demands.  It is a love based on emotional pull and not based on God’s truth.

We have spent much time going over aspects of political correctness, critical race theory, Cultural Marxism, determining the “victim” and the “aggressor” in numerous situations.  I have tried to show that political correctness actually attempts to destroy God’s truth by setting it aside, replacing it with the relativism of emotional virtue.

Of course, those within the politically correct arena would disagree.  But, due to the double standard that is created in society through the relativistic process of deciding “victim” from “aggressor,” it becomes clear that the same “truth” that is used to declare one person a “victim” is not the same truth that is used to declare someone else an “aggressor.”

Certain individuals automatically fall into the “victim” category, based solely on their ethnicity or minority status.  Thus, a black person (or other person of color) is essentially categorized as a “victim” all the time.

This is also why when a person of color “comes out” as a conservative, they are panned, labeled, castigated and more.  They are called “house Negroes” if they are black, implying that they are blind to the fact that they are being used by the GOP or some other conservative (mainly white) group.  It is unthinkable that a person of color could actually have conservative values and are obviously blind.

However, I and many others would argue that those persons of color within the politically correct arena are the ones who are being used by the liberal elite.  They are the true “house Negroes” if any exist.  They are being kept on the plantation, in Section 8 housing, and they receive their “pay” in the form of government-sponsored welfare checks.  Is this a form of “reparations” for the slavery that blacks endured (and they would argue, still endure)?  After all, these blacks are the “victims.”  Nothing they can be given is too much.

Of course, in order to be a victim, they must be compared with something else;  usually compared against what is believed to be the “white power structure.”  In that case, it becomes easy to discern the “victim” from the “aggressor.”  When women are added to the mix, it is even more clearly defined by placing them up against the white male only.  In almost all cases, the white male is seen to be the “aggressor” who routinely leaves a swath of “victims” in his wake.

So, those white males who endeavor to not be seen as the “aggressor” must go out of their way to visibly side with “victims.”  In that way then, they “save” themselves from being treated harshly by the rest of the politically correct in society.  They are fully absolved of responsibility because they are seen as trying to make “amends” by siding with the “victim” against other white males (conservatives, right-wingers, and extremists) who are allegedly determined to hold them down.

Note that in these type of situations, those white men do all they can to perform for the “victim” so that they will be thought of as enlightened and therefore, not repugnant to the “victim.”  However, these white males must be constantly in “self-emasculation” mode.  They must actively put themselves (and all other white males) down, blamed as the essential problem-creators of society.  As long as they continue to do that, they will be accepted by the “victims.”  It is a form of penitence referred to as “self-loathing,” made possible and encouraged by “white guilt.”  For the white male, this thinking and expected attitude is deeply engrained within the politically correct mentality.  The politically correct can do no better than to have white males as spokespersons; their trophy.  This actively portrays the white male as the “aggressor” who has seen the error of his ways and is deeply contrite because of it, desperately wanting to make amends.

Biblically, these white men who claim to be Christian and are deeply embedded in the Cultural Marxism of our day (through political correctness) have a unique view of Scripture; especially the interaction of Jesus with the religious leaders.  For many of these white males (especially young white males), the narrative in the gospels presents a picture of the bourgeois against the proletariat; the “aggressor” lording it over the “victim.”

In this case, obviously, Jesus represents the “victim” against the elitist religious leader; the “aggressor.”  This class struggle breeds contempt through fear; fear on the side of the average person who is afraid to stand up to the religious leader.  Jesus – a political figure (and politically correct) – resists them and their fear-induced slavery.

At every turn, Jesus – using political correctness to right wrongs (so it is alleged) – opposes the religious leaders.  Jesus is not afraid to talk to a Samaritan women (cf. John 4) against tradition. There is nothing in the Mosaic Law that said He could not speak with a Samaritan woman in a public place.  That belief had developed from hatred of Samaritans during the time between the testaments when the sect of the Pharisees first came into being.

Jesus withstands a group of individuals who want to stone a woman to death whom they say was caught in the act of adultery (cf. John 8).  The men represent the “right-wing extremists” of the day and Jesus rebuked them.

In essence, what Jesus rebuked was the legalism of society and the abject lack of care and concern.  He did not set aside Biblical Law as some would have us believe. Adultery was punishable by death during the time of Moses and during the time of Jesus.  All Jesus did was ensure that every part of the Mosaic Law was upheld correctly.

In Deuteronomy 13:9 and 17:7, we learn that those who accused someone of a crime (in this case, adultery), were also to have been witnesses of it (as the text implies they were).  Moreover, the Mosaic Law ensured that only those people who had not been found guilty of the same sin themselves could participate in carrying out the sentence for that crime.

At the very least, Jesus’ words caused these men who were ready to kill the woman, to think seriously about the ramifications of what they were about to do and about their own life. Notice that Jesus at no time told them to NOT carry out the lawful sentence prescribed by the Mosaic Law.

The politically correct take the situation in John 8 as an example that Christians are to go through life never pointing out sin because that’s called “being judgmental” and we should not judge (cf. Matthew 7 – deals with judging motives, not actions or words).  We are to “love” people, which to these folks means never saying a discouraging word, never even evidencing a hint of displeasure at the actions or words of another (unless they are considered to be the “aggressor” toward a “victim”).  Christians – to these folks – are to be the epitome of smiles, laughter, acceptance, and love.  All of this is, unfortunately, based on emotion, not truth.

The problem, as we’ve discussed before, is that political correctness does not engender true justice.  PC goals are “equality” and “freedom” only for those determined to be “victims.”  God, on the other hand, seeks justice and that is what He calls us to seek.  Justice gives people what they deserve, not necessarily want they feel they deserve or even want.

God loves because He is love.  He is also justholy, and a plethora of other adjectives.  He can no more love people separate from absolute justice than I can separate from air and live.  Yet, the politically correct religious person believes the emphasis should be on “love” and of course, their love is defined by emotionally determining “victim” and “aggressor.”  That has nothing to do with God’s love.

Political correctness is tearing society down by pitting “victims” against “aggressors.”  It troubles me greatly to see people who call themselves Christian participating in PC attitudes.

This is not what Christians are called to do.  We are called to be a light in society for the gospel, not add to its darkness.  In the coming days, the gulf between light and dark will become even more noticeable.  I pray you and I are prepared for it, in the strength of His Presence in our lives.

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