Monday, June 08, 2009

Over the top and around the bend

This is the guy whose wife loudly chews him out at the checkout line for putting the wrong brand of laundry detergent in the shopping cart. I just know it is. And the fact that a Hispanic woman has been nominated to the Supreme Court has driven him over the top and around the bend.

An American Crisis: Common Sense II,
by Rock Peters

The Founding Fathers, who wrote the US Constitution, were all white-Christian males. There were no women or non white participants in the framing of the document. No other race and no gender, other than male Caucasians participated in drafting the Constitution; no one else but white men are responsible for a single word, thought or idea in this singularly ingenious historical masterpiece.

Fact: America is a Judeo-Christian nation and White-Christian Men ALONE signed the US Constitution and now white men are ineligible to sit on the Court that presides over the document they brought into existence.

When the time comes in American history that Christian white men, the sons of the Founding Fathers, the men who wrote the Constitution are no longer even being considered for an opening in the Supreme Court, and are basically disqualified to fill a supreme court position then the time has come to revolt. That time has arrived, is upon us and is right here, right NOW!

So what is Rock Peters going to do it about it, aside from his passive-aggressive tactic of putting the wrong brand of laundry detergent in the shopping cart? Sound the clarion call of revolution, that’s what!

Today, in America white men have virtually become second class citizens in the nation that they themselves created. Our Founding Fathers gave us the right to bear arms for this precise moment in history, so that we would never be subject to tyranny. Now, is unquestionably the time for the “Second American Revolution.” I would rather die on my feet than live on my knees.

Let us take our country back by any Power at our disposal, any Force that is necessary, Whatever it takes!

Well that should keep the Department of Homeland Security busy for a while.


Dave B, a.k.a. catboxer said...

The first unwhite male to serve as a Supreme Court justice, Thurgood Marshall, had a dissenter's view of the meaning of the U.S. Constitution. The Rock Man probably wouldn't like it.

Marshall's bicentennial speech laid out his differences with our FF's and their "flawed document" with admirable brevity and concision.


Mo MoDo said...

I would hate to be a Secret Service agent for the next 4-8 years.

Sator Arepo said...

Wow, where to start?

Er, the very idea that none of the "ideas" of the founders of the US came from anyone other than judeo-xian white men is, um, not true, as the kids say.

Contrary to whatever meth-addled version of history this gentleman seems to have learned, democracy is sort of an old-ish idea, and the Enlightenment was not centered in late 18th century Philadelphia (whose Greek name might clue one in to where some of these ideas originated).

That said, denying white male privilege is pretty fucking silly. By which I mean: stupid.

Sator Arepo said...

Also, the means of production must belong to the worker, and so forth.

Hi Grace!