President Obama was undeniably the greatest president in U.S. history, and no one in their right mind could possibly argue otherwise. He gave us gay marriage, fixed the healthcare system, eliminated the concept of biological sex, and he did all this without conspiring with any foreign entities or throwing children in cages.
But perhaps Obama’s greatest legacy (besides Occupy Wallstreet, Black Lives Matter, and the radicalization of the mainstream media) was how he taught us to recognize that minorities are inherently victims, literally without agency, utterly incapable of thinking for themselves, and certainly incapable of escaping the crippling poverty to which they are born — a direct consequence of late-stage capitalism.
[Capitalism] doesn’t work. It has never worked. It didn’t work when it was tried in the decade before the Great Depression. It’s not what led to the incredible postwar booms of the ’50s and ’60s. And it didn’t work when we tried it during the last decade. I mean, understand, it’s not as if we haven’t tried this theory.
• President Barack Hussein Obama, December 2011
Which is why minorities require the gentle paternalistic guidance of the Democratic Party — aided by satellite outfits such as the ADL (the world’s premier censorship organization), the SPLC (to keep the POCs from wandering off the plantation), Antifa (to doxx and assault suspected dissidents), and the media (to program the masses).
Criticism of the ADL is Antisemitism. Criticism of the SPLC is racism. Criticism of Antifa is fascism.
Criticism of of the media is unconstitutional, and criticism of the Democratic Party is tantamount to treason.
We need Democratic Socialism to secure the existence of our Party and a future for minority children — the ones we aren’t encouraging them to abort.
Under Democratic Socialism, everything will be perfect all the time for those helpless minority children who will one day grow up to become helpless minority voters. And who knows? Perhaps under Democratic Socialism, our savior shall return from exile to lead us, heal us, and restore our faith in the mainstream media once again.
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