Taking The Red Pill

I just left Bozeman Montana where I was a speaker at the Red Pill Expo. G. Edward Griffin, the author of “The Creature from Jekyll Island” hosted this event and it was about freedom, good health, financial freedom and getting government under control. The speakers included Robert Kiyosaki, author of “Rich Dad Poor Dad”, Ty Bollinger, producer of “Search for the Cure for Cancer, former congresswoman Cynthia McKinney and more.

The local newspaper and others dubbed this event a “white supremacist recruitment event and said the group was promoting the white, alt-right agenda. Although there weren’t many of us there, we had African Americans, Asians, Latinos and Native Americans. I was insulted by the paper and the protesters because they are implying that having good health, being financially free and protecting our God-given rights shouldn’t concern other races and cultures. It was an affront to me that the Human Rights Coalition doesn’t think I deserve the right to be healthy, wealthy and free from government interference.
These people like to spew hate and I am not with that. I have had white people treat me terribly but I have also had black people treat me terribly. Dr. King longed for the day that we would be judged by the content of our character and that is what I try to do. I don’t judge people in groups I judge them on my personal interaction with them or if I don’t have personal interaction with them I judge them on how they act as an individual. I am not saying that there aren’t racists and I am not claiming that there weren’t any racists at the event. But nobody treated me like anything but an equal human being that wants the same things they want.

Stop letting the “powers that be” pit us against each other. Stop listening to the lamestream media and judge people as individuals. I am not saying that we don’t have issues. Even though I don’t have TV I am well aware of the shootings that have been happening over the last few years and of other racially charged incidents. But take a minute and imagine if some of this racial tension is created to keep up racial rifts so that we will keep the focus on fighting each other and not on the real culprits – the “powers that be” that only want to continue to control our resources. They don’t care about color, race, religion or political party preference – they want to keep you down and they want to stay on top/in control. So, for those that are giving me the “stink eye” for attending this event -Get over it. I have friends from all walks of life and I interact with people without prejudging them. No, don’t get me wrong, if someone crosses me, whether black, white, Asian…. I won’t take too kindly to that. But in my opinion calling all white people racists or calling all African Americans violent is not very smart. SPJ