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When one “grows up” with red hair and freckles, labels, aren’t kind. Of course after a few “skirmishes” the label changed from a negative to a warning about red heads and tempers.
I’ve always thought that to be a funny “label” as well.
I don’t have a temper.
As long as I am left alone I am the sweetest person on the planet.
Just ask me.
However if someone is doing something they shouldn’t I feel an obligation to stop them.
Again I don’t have a temper.
I am simply willing to engage and stop the behavior of someone being detrimental to me or others.
I have a label for this.
I call it a responsible American.
Decades ago I was one of hundreds of students packed into an auditorium for a prerequisite of which the title I have long forgotten. The professor however I remember very well. She stood at the podium and spoke eloquently for almost an hour. As I do not remember the class I cannot state she said anything that I currently carry with me. It was a comment from her that remains. Part of the class was a written paper due at the end of the trimester. I decided to write mine on labels and how damaging they were and are to a free society.
Political parties such as Republicans, Democrats, Libertarians, Independents, etc. are not evolving groups.
They are negative derivatives of the greatest country in the history of man.
The only word synonymous with America is Freedom.
When one has the privilege and honor to be able to call themselves an American only the short sighted would choose Republican.
Only the naive would choose Libertarian.
Only the uneducated would choose Democrat.
My written document acquiesced to specific labels being an intricate part of society. Having first and last names are incredibly important to communication. Labels of primary needs are important for survival. Nations have labels as well.
We as humans (regardless of skin color/geographical proximity to the sun) have a specific label.
Homo sapien sapien.
In my paper about the negatives of labeling I rhetorically and sarcastically asked my professor why every person who received a PhD all amazingly had the same first name.
What happened to their individuality? What happened to their modesty?
I received an A minus on the paper (no explanation on the minus) and a note that was complimentary, humorous and egocentric.
The professor said, “you’ll understand when you get yours.”
I gave her a “book” and she ate the pages.
It’s time to address the bigoted labeling that has been allowed to start, grow, and fester.
The terms Hispanic or Latino are both examples of bigoted labeling and color profiling never mind they are completely false.
Mexico is a nation.
Humans from Mexico are Mexicans just like humans from America are Americans. Cuba are Cubans, Guatemala Guatemalans, Honduras Hondurans. To attempt to push all of these nationalities together and label them Hispanics or Latinos is false on so many levels. It is also skin color bigotry.
I am an American. I do not allow the media, politicians, or liberals to label me in anyway.
I am not white, educated or not, a Republican or a Democrat.
America First. AMERICAN ONLY.
Another example of this is the term Native American. This is completely false and again skin bigotry as the individuals that Liberals are trying to pigeonhole already have two specific legal labels to choose from.
They have American and whatever their specific sovereign nation is called.
Again they are not Native Americans or Indians.
They are Choctaw, Apache, Seminole, Yurok, Karuk, Hoopa, etc. and they will proudly tell you so.
I have been told I carry some DNA from the Kickapoo Nation. Whether this is true or not I have no idea but I reference this to make a point.
If I am Kickapoo I would never accept the label of Native American or an Indian.
First it is false.
Second it is disrespectful to the Kickapoo Nation. If I am Kickapoo and have pride in my Nation being called an Indian or Native is condescending.
If I was a Mexican I would never allow anyone to call me an Hispanic or Latino.
First it is false. Second it is disrespectful to the Nation of Mexico. If one is a Mexican and has pride in their country being called a Latino or especially an Hispanic is a slap in the face.
Other examples of this bigotry are Irish-American, Italian-American, African-American and Asian-American.
Ireland and Italy are nations. There may be some that have an Irish father and an American mother or vice versa but that still doesn’t make one an Irish-American.
It means you have dual citizenship or citizenship in two countries.
American AND Irish.
Africa and Asia are continents. To pretend that every human from these areas all look the same (or that it matters) is pure stupidity.
There are humans with different color skin living all over these regions.
This absurdity primarily exists in one place.
The Liberal Progressives (Communists) squatting in the United States.
There isn’t one Hispanic in Mexico. They are Mexicans regardless of skin color.
There isn’t one African in Nigeria. They are Nigerians regardless of skin color.
There aren’t any Asians in Russia. They have Communists in Russia but not any Asians.
The Olympics are a perfect example of this.
I have never witnessed a Latino compete in the Olympics. I have seen Guatemalans, Cubans, Dominicans, and Hondurans all flying their flags but not once have I seen a flag for Hispanics.
I’ve watched the Chinese, Japanese, and Russians compete for their nations but I’ve never heard an Asian national anthem sung.
I’ve watched Ethiopians, Nigerians and Egyptians proudly give their all for their countries but I’ve never seen an African awarded a medal.
This is because it is all falsehoods created by soulless creatures whom belong to nothing.
Misery does love company.
America is the greatest beacon of liberty in the history of the world.
If one is given the opportunity to be a citizen of the United States you should thank God, pinch yourself to make sure you aren’t dreaming, and then show the upmost respect to the men and women who have fought and died to uphold the only word in the English language synonymous with Freedom.
Being a citizen of these United States and choosing a label other than American is the same as holding four aces and calling them two pair.
One certainly could but why?
Free Will allows for this warped view.
Freedom does not.