The racist, vile words that pour from BMT’s (Bottomless Moral Turpitude) mouth are only rivaled, contemporarily, by the likes of the Philippine dictator, Duterte, who brags about the attacks, killings and general oppression he has personally participated in or instigated. There are of course, other examples, when words piped over the air waves in Rwanda resulted in the largest genocide in recent times.
It is worth viewing this interview (Warning: contains scenes of extreme violence and corpses), to see just how far unchecked hateful words can go toward irrevocable civil violence:
Then, of course, looking back a half century the world saw this:
I am not insinuating that the situation in the United States could reach this level of hate and violence, but only wish to show the potential of hateful, racist words.
Slogans spoken by BMT, such as the recent “go back to where you came from” (perhaps not an exact quote), and picked up at his rally this week where his admirers converted it into a chant, “Send her back,” evoke in the collective conscience of African Americans and other people of color, and all Americans who stand for the true meaning of the Lady in the harbor of NYC, horrible memories of the atrocities committed by white terrorists on black populations a hundred or so years ago, such as Greenwood (there were over 200 “race riots” – a term used by white media since “white domestic terrorism” had not been coined yet, and frankly has not to this day been put into circulation. It brings back memories of countless lynchings of black people (and whites who stood in the way), as memorialized at the Montgomery museum:
We cannot afford to allow BMT to continue unchecked in his hate speech. In the last two and a half years incidents of domestic terrorism and attacks on Jews, Blacks, and LGBTQ Americans have risen dramatically….and now with his campaign of hate in full swing, things will likely get worse. Even a “low level” of civil terrorism must not be allowed to happen.
Unfortunately, I do not see any signs that things will get better in the next few years, even if he is not re-elected: he has opened the door here at home and across the Pond to neo-nazis, and other nationalists and “alt-right” scared whitey’s. Likely the coming decades will continue to be riddled with events that attempt to undermine our humanity. I pray that we do not see any more Rwanda’s or Kosovo’s.
We who understand the nature of the “moral arc,” however, cannot stand by and be casual observers. It is up to us to dress in the armor of rational logic and depth of good spirit to call out and combat such ignorant and evil haters. Eventually things will change for the better, but future generations must always be vigilant.
The bright side of human nature is that we have an innate capacity for forgiveness, as seen in the above video about Rwanda, as seen in the reconciliation hearings of South Africa, and the fact that America rebuilt Germany and Japan after the wars they started. Forgiveness and loves conquers all.