Warm Southern Breeze

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Why Are Southern States So Messed Up?

Posted by Warm Southern Breeze on Thursday, June 18, 2020

The scars of slavery are apparent, and are in this nation everywhere one looks.

Most are plainly evident, some not so much.

It’s like that with mental illness.

It’s not clearly visible from the outside, and that’s because of where the damage has occurred… on the inside – of the brain.

It’s a way of thinking which sets apart mental illness from mental health.

Eventually, of course, the illness is reflected in the behavior, and that includes speech, which is an activity.

Such scars are evident ESPECIALLY and particularly in the South, where Slavery once occurred, and where states seceded from the Union in order to preserve the status quo, rather than change.

The damage is reflected in whom the majority White population votes for, and elects, to rule over them.

Again, it’s NOT plainly visible, but clearly, something IS drastically wrong, and it’s evidenced by poor policy, and bad laws.

Following are excerpts of dialogue with friends about the matter.

To Friend:

“I did something good: I made Juneteenth very famous. It’s actually an important event, an important time. But nobody had ever heard of it.”

–– U.S. Idiot in Chief Donald J. Trump to Wall Street Journal on Wednesday, June 17, 2020

FRIEND: We need to do a study to try and determine why so many Americans are so gullible.

Resignation letter of Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III as United States Attorney General, which was done at the President’s request.

To Friend: “Largely poor, uneducated, and easy to command…” Remember that once-infamous line?

FRIEND: Yes I do

To Friend: Then you have the answer.

FRIEND: Now I know why there were so many confederate volunteers

To Friend: Southern States are STILL stuck in the “yes, masaah!” mode… particularly Whites who kowtow to any authority.

As I was opining to a gay friend in (city) recently, the tables are turned on practically everyone, and the exemplary relationship is that of Stephen Miller (racist Trump Whisperer, and former top-level aide to Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III, then-Republican Senator from Alabama).

Miller was among the first to get in w Trump directly during Inauguration, and Sessions joined shortly later as Attorney General shortly after approval by Committee and full Senate (11-9 party-line and 52-47 party-line votes, respectively with Joe Manchin III (D-WV) voting “aye,” and Sessions voting “present”) to the office of U.S. Attorney General – but Sessions was quickly booted (after 1 year, 9 months, 30 days), while Miller remained on “Team Trump.”


And so now, instead of calling them fawning sycophants, they’ll be called “fawning parasites.”

I mean, which dick-sucker does the ALGOP want – Jeff Sessions, or former Auburn Head Football Coach Tommy Tuberville… who claims to have enacted policy to help the AfAm Community.

Again, the Master has become Servant.

You realize also the tacit relationship between Stephen Miller and Jefferson Beauregard Sessions, don’t you?


Those men are fawning parasites – sycophants of the highest order.

The Slave is now the Master, and the subjects don’t like it so well.

The reason why they don’t like it so much is b/c of sycophancy, and their own practice of it, though they rarely, if ever, ID it as such. So in reality, they should be called “fawning parasites.”

“I mean, which dick-sucker does the ALGOP want – Jeff Sessions, or former Auburn Head Football Coach Tommy Tuberville… who claims to have enacted policy to help the AfAm Community. Again, the Master has become Servant.”

It is a DIRECT REFLECTION of Sessions’ relationship to Trump. EVEN THOUGH he makes it appear as if a matter of personal integrity versus a former chief in the staff, right?

They dare not think independently, for fear that they’ll be swatted down like so many flies at a Sunday church picnic in summer.

It’s a perverted view of authority.

It’s NOT one which empowers people, but rather, makes them subservient to authority.

Thus, the Master-becomes-Slave mentality.

You see, “tradition” is only a smokescreen for “we’ve always done it this way” which itself is an expression of fear – fear of change, of loss, of life itself.

It cowers in the corner, and any animal so cornered will fight.

Thus, they do.


Again, the fear is for loss… of life.

Yeah… I know.

This is some deep shit.

But as I’ve long joked (there’s ALWAYS truth in humor), thinking is my cross to bear.


A TRULY FREE PEOPLE are free in every regard, in everything they do, and are fearless to speak out for change.

Freedom begins in the heart.

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