Going back to US’ white supremacy roots

By José M. López Sierra – Puerto Rico


The United States (US), as a country, has gone back to its roots, after making some modest progress in being more racially inclusive in the 1960’s.

That was the time of the Civil Rights Movement, school desegregation, and John F. Kennedy’s inaugural address suggesting to US citizens to: “Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country.” Click on the following link to learn more about how the US is going back to her white supremacy roots: https://youtu.be/hv-T07Q_XEQ

People who were trying to bring about real liberty and justice for all, like Martin Luther King Jr., John F. Kennedy, and Robert Kennedy, were all assassinated during the 1960’s. There is excellent evidence, particularly in the assassination of President Kennedy, that the conspiracy involved the US government (USG). Click her for more: https://youtu.be/_3j496U8ejA

A lot of people are unaware that the USG has kept Puerto Rico as its colony for the past 123 years. Most people are unaware that today, the USG is committing a crime against humanity for doing so. Most people are oblivious to the fact that the USG has ignored 39 United Nations resolutions asking it to immediately return Puerto Rico’s sovereignty to the Puerto Ricans. The USG refuses to let go of its Puerto Rico Paradise, even if that means breaking the law! http://webtv.un.org/watch/5th-meeting-committee-of-24-special-committee-on-decolonization/6051725003001/

The world was shocked at the insurrection at the US Capitol by white supremacists on January 6, 2021. Those involved in the insurrection also had no hesitation about breaking the law!

The only way to ever move the USG towards racial inclusiveness is for each of us to question our morality.

Martin Luther King Jr. was regarded, by many, to be the moral conscious of the nation. If enough of us don’t push our nation in the “we” direction, the nationally rooted “I” tendency will prevail.

We will need the young people to lead us to the Promise Land. All people of good will look forward to that day when we could all say, “Free at last, free at last. Thank God almighty, we’re free at last!”

We must be moral if we trust God.

Jose M Lopez Ismael

Nací en NYC. Me mudé a Puerto Rico en el 1980 donde eventualmente me convertí en independentista al ver que PR no se administra para los boricuas. Me retiré tempranamente de la pedagogía para luchar 24/7 por la descolonización de Puerto Rico a través de marchas pacíficas anuales y empujar a la ONU hacer su trabajo. Necesitaremos un tsunami de gente protestando permanentemente para obligar a USA a cumplir con la ley internacional que prohíbe el coloniaje.

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