How a Dark Past and Radical Racism Continue to Dominate the GOP

Americans for Prosperity, Freedomworks, the Tea Party Movement are organizations funded by very dark money. The name Koch is highly revered in conservative circles but most people either don’t know or don’t care how this family has risen to the prominence only billions of dollars can procure.

No longer trying to hide their racism, Teabaggers openly scorn African-Americans

The benefactor of organizations that have terrorized America for decades is none other than Fred Koch , the original financier of the John Birch Society. In the 1950’s, Koch and his ultra-right wing organization preached of the evils of Socialism and its inclusivity of unions, homosexuals, colored people, Jews and moderate Republicans like President Eisenhower. In typical hypocritical GOP fashion, Koch railed against communism while making his fortune exporting oil technology to Josef Stalin’s Soviet Union in the 1920’s. Fred Koch believed the colored man looms large in the Communist plan to take over America. Hypocrisy is too mild a term for these monsters of mendacious manipulation. .

John Birch is not the only hate group (labeled by the Southern Poverty Law Center) with which the Kochs have entangled their tentacles. The Oath Keepers, who often appear in tandem with the Heritage Foundation and John Birch Society, openly sponsored the very first GOP Presidential Debate in far-right wing heaven, South Carolina. Former President Clinton described the Oath Keepers as a “hatriot” group that embraces the same violent rhetoric that fueled Timothy McVeigh. The GOP’s War on Terror always neglects to include their own hate groups, who always stress “States’ Rights” over federal government statutes, much like the Antebellum South. Specifically, the fifth tenet of the racist organization asserts: ‘We will NOT obey orders to invade and subjugate any state that asserts its sovereignty and declares the national government to be in violation of the compact by which that state entered the Union.’

South Carolina’s Teaparty Governor and Koch Puppet, Nikki Haley

Teabaggers desperate to focus the GOP on barbaric chauvinist policies about women and white superiority are literally dismantling their own party by primarying candidates once deemed ultra-conservative, like Kentucky’s Senate Minority Leader, Mitch McConnell. Supporters of challenger Matt Bevin have actually called McConnell a progressive liberal.

Their obvious distaste for non-whites has been painfully obvious, now more than ever. Supporters of Representative Steve King of Iowa have literally slapped DREAM Act supporters and immigrants alike so offensively, it may be impossible to win the hearts and minds of anyone of Latino descent in America ever again. They most assuredly deserve not a single vote from that segment of our population.

Voter suppression, kowtowing to the NRA and laws essentially turning women into livestock who have no other function than to pump out kids help create a society where the cycle of poverty and violence is impossible to break. Privatizing education so only the wealthy can afford decent schooling keeps the masses dumb enough (to vote GOP) and this is another facet of the Koch brothers’ diabolical scheme to create a 1% Utopia. Replacing public schools with charter schools and vouchers like the privatization of prisons, offers yet another opportunity for big corporations to get their hands into public coffers and earn a hefty profit.

The Scope of ALEC/Koch corporations is massive

With Citizen’s United permitting corporations to contribute ungodly sums of money to fund puppet candidates like Matt Bevin, the insidiously racist Koch Brothers, ALEC and their personal Supreme Court Justices can dupe untold numbers of ignorant voters to do their bidding.

Teabaggers deny they are racists, but when 99% of the group is white and they rail against the first African American president for imagined transgressions before he set his administration’s policies, it is impossible to see them as anything but racists. The Teaparty embodies racism to this day and the John Birchers and Koch adherents demonstrate that a large segment of society has been programmed to believe the white race is superior to Blacks, Latinos, and Asians. Until whites are outnumbered more significantly, we can not combat the conservative gerrymandering that keeps Congress so obstructionist and clearly misogynist and hate-motivated. Without an enthused and educated electorate, the Koch family will continue to annihilate the poor and middle class. Their sociopathic past guarantees a very bleak future.

7 thoughts on “How a Dark Past and Radical Racism Continue to Dominate the GOP

  1. The only good thing about all of this, is they are literally imploding before our eyes.Them seem brain dead, as they alienate one group after another. Soon they’ll be so fractured, they won’t have a solid base. Good!!

  2. I’m glad Jessie reminded everyone how the Koch’s got their money. My dad once said that behind every great fortune, there’s a great crime. Anyway, it’s going to take a helluva lot of PEOPLE POWER to overcome the money of the haves and have mores. We need to show the hell up next November and show these sons of bitches what we got. We should start right now getting everyone the ID’s that they’ll need so they’ll be able to vote.

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  4. I agree with eurobrat. I have concluded that NO ONE in my lifetime – and I mean NO ONE — has unified conservatives like George Zimmerman has. I have yet to hear any person say, in my vicinity or in the media, or post on any internet site that I frequent anything along the lines of “I am a conservative, and I know the jury was relying on instructions about Florida law, but I just don’t feel that justice was done here” or “I am a conservative and I agree that, if Trayvon Martin were white, George Zimmerman would have gone home and watched television.”

    Instead, I’ve universally seen the following themes repeated: (1) “white racism is behind us, only blacks are racist now, and only whites are the victims of racial bigotry in this country at this point,” (2) “the biggest threat to black men is other black men, since more than 75% of black murder victims were killed by other blacks,” (3) “this never was about white racism because Zimmerman is a latino” (ummmm, not quite), (4) “Zimmerman is a hero because Martin was a dope-smoking thug with a violent past who would have killed someone sooner or later himself and who pummeled Zimmerman so hard that his head turned into hamburger against that concrete sidewalk, so, thanks, George,” and (5) “in talking about this case, Hussein Obummer makes clear that he’s the racist in chief and the most divisive President in US history.”

    Have ANY of you seen anything different from conservatives that suggest that there might be at least one or two who understands what this case actually was about or at least wonders about its legal framework? Is there ONE conservative out there who has the least trepidation about this case at all? Talk me off the ledge on this one, please.

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