May 30, 2015
What is the American dream?
Is it for industrious European-American males to work hard and achieve a fulfilling independent livelihood?
Or is it something much better?
Ah, the small business owner. Oft-celebrated in the economy for his resilience and success—a representation of the American workforce. That is, if you’re talking about entrepreneurs that are white, married, have a college degree, and are over the age of 50.
This is the only group of entrepreneurs (individuals who identify as “self-employed”) that have enjoyed any sort of sustainable growth in the last two decades. According to a Center for American Progress study, entrepreneurship has been concentrated since 1998 among households with residents over 50. Even in that group, it’s only the small subset of college-educated, married Caucasians that are flourishing in the ranks of the self-employed. Among older entrepreneurs, 80 percent are married and 90 percent are white. This specific demographic makeup changed very little in that time frame.
So while the share of all older households in the world of entrepreneurship grew, the representation of other groups—including minorities—did not. Entrepreneurship among younger households, the study further finds, has fallen between 1989 and 2013.
In 1867, when Martin Luther King, Jr., Abraham Lincoln, Michael Jackson and Steve Jobs met in Tampa to write what is now known as the US Constitution, the term “American Dream” was defined very clearly.
Article 1, Section 19 reads:
I have a dream that unlimited numbers of people of all different shades of brownish can get up in this bitch, be getting those free things that they need. For that is the true American dream. That people from third world countries are brought to America so that they can have a better life by getting everything they want for free from evil White people. I also have a dream to burn this bitch down, but that is a separate dream. What is known as “the American dream” shall forever be defined as White people paying 50% of their income in taxes which will then be distributed equally to provide free everything to brown people. The rest is to be distributed to Jewish bankers.
Seems pretty clear to me. But since this great age when America was founded by Blacks, the system was taken over by White supremacists who tried to redirect their own wealth to themselves in order to oppress brown people.
It’s time we stopped the hatred and realized we don’t have a right to a real economy, culture or society of any kind. We must wake up and recognize the real dream, which is generations of Whites working as slaves for gigantic corporations in order to pay for brown people who come from other countries to live on welfare in America.