Racial Revenge: Infected Immigrants as Human Smallpox Blankets

It so happened that an 11-year-old boy came home from school one day and told his parents that the first European white people who came to America were so mean that they tried to kill the Indians by giving them blankets with smallpox germs.  The boy’s father tried to use this as a teachable moment.  He asked his son to think if that made sense, even if the first white settlers were that evil.  How would they avoid getting smallpox themselves?  The boy then let it be known that the American Constitution was written by the Iroquois Indians.  The father informed his son that the Iroquois did not have an alphabetic written language, so they could not have written our Constitution.  The boy thought about the smallpox contagion problem but would not be dissuaded from his conviction that Iroquois Indians wrote the Constitution.

It also happens that this boy is a direct descendant of those same earliest colonials he had been taught in the public schools to despise.  The miseducated schoolboy (now older and wiser) is a 14th-generation American.  He descends from an Englishman who, with his wife and eight children, in 1638 sailed on the Susan and Ellen to the land that came to be called New England.  The boy’s forbears established the oldest privately deeded homestead in the United States in Windsor, Connecticut.  Let us hearken back to that fateful moment on the rough dock in Braintree, England and picture Joseph turning to his wife Mary, as harried husbands do when embarking with a large brood on a lengthy journey: “Honey, didst thou remember to pack the smallpox blankets?”

Over the centuries, smallpox did have devastating effects on the populations of American Indians.  However, hard evidence is lacking that Indians were intentionally handed smallpox-infested blankets by white settlers.  The globalization of disease is a natural consequence of human adventuring.  For example, there is substantial scientific evidence that Christopher Columbus brought syphilis back to the Old World.  Ward Churchill, that poster boy of leftist mendacity, was fired from the University of Colorado because he fabricated claims that American soldiers conducted a smallpox genocide against the American Indians.  To the extent that that belief persists, it contributes to a collective dissociative state.

Dissociation is a mental state that develops in conditions of psychological abuse, especially if the abuse occurs in childhood and is committed by trusted figures.  In dissociation, the mind disconnects from memory, rational thought, and healthy emotional response.  Dissociation is especially dangerous  because the dissociative mind does not do its vital job of protecting the organism from actual danger.

Decades of abuse to the collective American mind – through schools and media distorting American history and emphasizing the worst, if not apocryphal, chapters of American history – have created a collective dissociative disorder.  The American people have lost accurate memory of their own goodness, as well as the will to protect themselves from danger.

It is not possible to look at the policies of Barack Obama, Eric Holder, and Jeh Johnson – all black men – and fail to see themes of racial revenge.  These men are recruiting, facilitating, and funding the immigration of tens of thousands of people from poor, politically corrupt countries, many of whom carry contagious diseases.

When the West African Ebola epidemic captured national news, Barack Obama was true to form in  declaring his best plan to lose the war against the disease and place American lives at greatest risk.  In service of the race-revenge narrative, the same president who quickly banned flights to Israel last summer refused to the ban flights from Ebola hot zones in West Africa.  Thomas Duncan was only human in wanting to save his own life.  The Obama administration’s anti-American, racial-revenge policies turned Mr. Duncan into a human smallpox blanket.

The collective American dissociative state is the psychological stage upon which our “leaders” are enacting their policies of racial revenge.  Sharyl Attkisson appears to be the only national journalist with the integrity to report on another aspect of this vitally important story: the intentional importation of Enterovirus into the United States:

… though the U.S. government is keeping secret the locations of the illegal immigrant children, there are significant numbers of them in both cities in which the current outbreak was first identified, Kansas City, Missouri and Chicago, Illinois.

I would like to share what I am experiencing in watching our racist government blight the country with Enterovirus.  When my mother was six months old in 1916, she contracted the Enterovirus that causes polio.  She lived a long life, radiating golden light into the ordinary places of a woman who lived for her family and friends.  But she never used two legs to run or jump or dance.

When I was small, I hated how children stared at my mother.  When we went to the grocery store I stationed myself next to her paralyzed leg and tried to stare down gawking eyes.  Of course, I outgrew those childish feelings, but I carry an indelible, intimate experience of the stigma and pain of polio.  I believe that Obama, Holder, and Johnson are committing a crime against humanity by intentionally, and stealthily, bringing fatal, paralyzing Enterovirus into the U.S.

The conquest of the American continent by more scientifically advanced Europeans with written law enabled the creation of a constitutional republic.  The current echo of that conquest, driven by racial revenge, is conquest by parasitism.  I think about my mother would feel to know that the virus that crippled her is being intentionally brought into her country.

It so happened that an 11-year-old boy came home from school one day and told his parents that the first European white people who came to America were so mean that they tried to kill the Indians by giving them blankets with smallpox germs.  The boy’s father tried to use this as a teachable moment.  He asked his son to think if that made sense, even if the first white settlers were that evil.  How would they avoid getting smallpox themselves?  The boy then let it be known that the American Constitution was written by the Iroquois Indians.  The father informed his son that the Iroquois did not have an alphabetic written language, so they could not have written our Constitution.  The boy thought about the smallpox contagion problem but would not be dissuaded from his conviction that Iroquois Indians wrote the Constitution.

It also happens that this boy is a direct descendant of those same earliest colonials he had been taught in the public schools to despise.  The miseducated schoolboy (now older and wiser) is a 14th-generation American.  He descends from an Englishman who, with his wife and eight children, in 1638 sailed on the Susan and Ellen to the land that came to be called New England.  The boy’s forbears established the oldest privately deeded homestead in the United States in Windsor, Connecticut.  Let us hearken back to that fateful moment on the rough dock in Braintree, England and picture Joseph turning to his wife Mary, as harried husbands do when embarking with a large brood on a lengthy journey: “Honey, didst thou remember to pack the smallpox blankets?”

Over the centuries, smallpox did have devastating effects on the populations of American Indians.  However, hard evidence is lacking that Indians were intentionally handed smallpox-infested blankets by white settlers.  The globalization of disease is a natural consequence of human adventuring.  For example, there is substantial scientific evidence that Christopher Columbus brought syphilis back to the Old World.  Ward Churchill, that poster boy of leftist mendacity, was fired from the University of Colorado because he fabricated claims that American soldiers conducted a smallpox genocide against the American Indians.  To the extent that that belief persists, it contributes to a collective dissociative state.

Dissociation is a mental state that develops in conditions of psychological abuse, especially if the abuse occurs in childhood and is committed by trusted figures.  In dissociation, the mind disconnects from memory, rational thought, and healthy emotional response.  Dissociation is especially dangerous  because the dissociative mind does not do its vital job of protecting the organism from actual danger.

Decades of abuse to the collective American mind – through schools and media distorting American history and emphasizing the worst, if not apocryphal, chapters of American history – have created a collective dissociative disorder.  The American people have lost accurate memory of their own goodness, as well as the will to protect themselves from danger.

It is not possible to look at the policies of Barack Obama, Eric Holder, and Jeh Johnson – all black men – and fail to see themes of racial revenge.  These men are recruiting, facilitating, and funding the immigration of tens of thousands of people from poor, politically corrupt countries, many of whom carry contagious diseases.

When the West African Ebola epidemic captured national news, Barack Obama was true to form in  declaring his best plan to lose the war against the disease and place American lives at greatest risk.  In service of the race-revenge narrative, the same president who quickly banned flights to Israel last summer refused to the ban flights from Ebola hot zones in West Africa.  Thomas Duncan was only human in wanting to save his own life.  The Obama administration’s anti-American, racial-revenge policies turned Mr. Duncan into a human smallpox blanket.

The collective American dissociative state is the psychological stage upon which our “leaders” are enacting their policies of racial revenge.  Sharyl Attkisson appears to be the only national journalist with the integrity to report on another aspect of this vitally important story: the intentional importation of Enterovirus into the United States:

… though the U.S. government is keeping secret the locations of the illegal immigrant children, there are significant numbers of them in both cities in which the current outbreak was first identified, Kansas City, Missouri and Chicago, Illinois.

I would like to share what I am experiencing in watching our racist government blight the country with Enterovirus.  When my mother was six months old in 1916, she contracted the Enterovirus that causes polio.  She lived a long life, radiating golden light into the ordinary places of a woman who lived for her family and friends.  But she never used two legs to run or jump or dance.

When I was small, I hated how children stared at my mother.  When we went to the grocery store I stationed myself next to her paralyzed leg and tried to stare down gawking eyes.  Of course, I outgrew those childish feelings, but I carry an indelible, intimate experience of the stigma and pain of polio.  I believe that Obama, Holder, and Johnson are committing a crime against humanity by intentionally, and stealthily, bringing fatal, paralyzing Enterovirus into the U.S.

The conquest of the American continent by more scientifically advanced Europeans with written law enabled the creation of a constitutional republic.  The current echo of that conquest, driven by racial revenge, is conquest by parasitism.  I think about my mother would feel to know that the virus that crippled her is being intentionally brought into her country.