In a Strange Land


As Trump’s apparatchiks sort through citizenship applications from long, long ago, apparently threatening to revoke my right to live in America, my desire to stay grows ever less fervent.

I hardly recognize America today.

In Central Florida, where I live, a man was just gunned down in a fight over a handicapped parking space, and I understand no charges can be filed against his killer.

A recently passed “stand your ground” law supposedly gives the shooter the right to kill anyone who “puts him in fear.”

Do I have to tell you that a black man would put most white Americans in fear if they met by chance on some lonely road on a dark night?

In North Carolina, where my brother Peter and Sandra’s brother David both live, a state House candidate named Russell Walker proclaimed that God is a racist and a white supremacist. He adds that all Jews are descended from Satan.

Yes, he’s a Republican. What else could he be?

In Congress, an immigration “reform” bill would partially close the door on Hispanics and other non-whites and encourage more immigrants from countries like Norway.

In our nation’s capital, a “white civil rights rally” is to be held a couple of weekends from now. Those poor, oppressed white folks! Doesn’t your heart just bleed for them?

I could go on and on. These are not isolated aberrations. They are signs of the times.

With Trump’s approval rating holding strong and soaring among white males., there’s a race revolution brewing in America – an “Anglo-Saxon” uprising.

I  seem to sense it in my neighborhood.

I used to walk along Post Lane and stop to chat with Marvin and Sandy, Larry and Mona and my other neighbors, all of whom happen to be white.

When Marge’s husband John passed away, Sandra and I went to his funeral.

Ricky, across the street, used to visit now and then. Sandra had him and his grandmother over for dinner.

Linda, whose lot backs on to ours, also came for dinner and invited Sandra for tea with another neighbor Ann.

But I haven’t heard from any of the neighbors in weeks. Does that signify anything?

I don’t mind anyway. I probably don’t have any pleasantries to share with them today. I suspect they’re all Republicans.

The “stand your ground” case

More on “God is a racist!”

White civil rights rally

Trump”s “white America” crusade

America’s racist tradition

7 thoughts on “In a Strange Land

  1. What is worst, an overt bigot (Republicans) or a covert bigot (Democrats)? Give me the overts yesterday, today and tomorrow! God bless David Duke (KKK), Jarod Taylor (American renaissance), Ben Schapiro (Truth Revolt U.S and radio host), and Ricard Spener (National Policy Institute). These are the people you pay attention. I really hope the resident coon reads this.

  2. George you have a Internet troll On Board.
    A troll is a person who starts quarrels or upsets people on the Internet to distract and sow discord by posting inflammatory and digressive, or off-topic messages in an online community with the intent of provoking readers into displaying emotional responses and normalizing tangential discussion, whether for the troll’s amusement or a specific gain. All trolls are socially predatory creatures and when young are usually obsessed with their exterior appearances, while neglecting development of their blackeningsouls.All trolls are shit stirrers, lechers & trouble-makers. They would be the first to try and get your “significant other” in the sack, screw you out of some money or slander you.
    One Love, Eddie

  3. “George you have a Internet troll On Board.”

    I’m not so sure. Although she can seems “candid” at times, I can understand her point of view.

    She seems to be saying that she prefers candor from her political adversaries. And why might we require any less candor from her ?

  4. Janice you can suck up to the likes of Trump and his slime bugs as much as you want until they ship your Jamaican butt back to Jamaica. As for you IllogicalFish you are being an Ass. The whole world avoids confrontations and violence by compromise. It is a good thing that civilized people don’t go around displaying their animosity and dislike for each other. Janice, I can assure you that the black people who were hung from trees in the good old south would wish the KKK were diplomatic and covered up their hatred. So you think you know where Trump and his ilk stand, huh? that just makes you more of a dumb bunny than I first thought. Billy G.

  5. It gets harder to try to be civil with people who fundamental beliefs are about the repression of people and that might is always right. I hate bullies and name calling and slurs is just a form of bullying. Let’s be civil and vote.

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