January 22, 2019
I remember thinking that it was strange that black Americans didn’t take any issue with the fact that Barack Obama wasn’t an American black. Even if he was not born in Kenya (he was), his father is from there. So he doesn’t share the historical slavery-oppression history. Furthermore, he is half-white and acts like a white person.
Your new mommy Kamala Harris has an even more enigmatic background. Her father is Jamaican and her mother is a Hindu Indian.
Here she is with her father, Donald Harris:
Here she is taking some oath of office with her mother, Dr. Shyamala Gopalan, holding a copy of the Bill of Rights (I don’t know why it isn’t some Hindu religious book):
Both of her parents obviously came here for “economic opportunity” that was not available to them in their native shitholes, and she was a product of a strange and unnatural lust between two individuals who would not have met if it were not for the destructive immigration policies foisted upon our country by a certain troublesome desert tribe.
Her parents divorced when she was 7, custody was given to her mother, and they moved to Canada where her mother, a breast cancer doctor, worked at a Jewish hospital. She attended a Hindu temple throughout her youth.
She regularly visited her mother’s Tamil family in India, but did not return to America until she went to college, having spent all of her formative years in Canada.
Harris is married to a Jewish man, attorney Douglas Emhoff.
At least Barack married a sista (nb4 Michelle is a tranny).
Harris didn’t marry until 2014, when she was 50 years old. Presumably, this was a move she made in preparation for running for President.
She has no children.
She is a completely rootless multiracial, multinational individual, with zero ties to this country and no stake in its future.
She is the pure embodiment of “America as a global marketplace, Americans as random human beings who participate in this marketplace” theory.
Back to the Obama comparison: at least he was sold as a mulatto American who brings together the black and white sides of traditional America. Because yes, like it or not, black people are a part of traditional America. Not the best part, but they are a part.
Even suggesting Kamala Harris as a contender for President is an admission that America no longer is anything resembling a “nation.” It is a free-for-all feeding frenzy, where people from every corner of the globe come to feast on the corpse of what the original Americans – us – built.
It’s sad that we are to the point where this makes sense to anyone.
When she announced her campaign this week, she described herself as a “proud American.”
What can that possibly mean?
What exactly is she proud of?
What do you think of when you describe yourself as proud of your nation?
When I describe myself as a “proud American,” I am referencing my ancestry and my history, and the bond I share with other people who share that ancestry and history. Any talk of freedoms or rights or flags or whatever else – that is all simply symbolic or otherwise representative of the shared identity.
Any kind of ideology is only meaningful because it belongs to us, was created by and partaken in by our people, historically. Furthermore, the details of that ideology can shift and we remain American. We remain us no matter what ideology or symbols we choose to represent ourselves with, because we are a people.
Kamala Harris does not share our history, our blood or any other bond that holds us together as a people. So what right does she have to identify with us? What right does she have to claim any relationship whatsoever to the nation that we built?
I do not know what Kamala Harris is, but she is not an American.
This woman was a guest here and now she supposes she should rule us.
She does not belong in this country at all.