Call Me Bennish
March 16, 2006
To all of you tremendously impressionable 10th-graders at Colorado’s Overland High School, welcome to my Monday morning Human Geography class.
It doesn’t matter that many of you are intellectually substandard, as evidenced by the dismal scores on your Colorado Student Assessment Program tests. I mean...ur...let’s face it...half of you scored in the bottom 50%. But that’s understandable considering that only 45% of this school is White. Just bear with me and I will try to tell...ur...I mean...teach you about our Human Geography.
[begins by mumbling something unintelligible about Martin Luther King and then...] Why are we still wasting money in the War on Poverty? Most Americans don’t even know this. For over 40 years, America has been wasting money on a pipe-dream that only gets worse. Why are we wasting money to create a “permanent underclass of aspiring criminals knifing one another between having illegitimate children and collecting welfare checks”? Why are they destroying our lives?
Does anybody know who is responsible for most of our domestic crime and violence? The Poor! Who are the country’s largest producers of poor people? Liberals!
Now, if the poor have the right to flood our neighborhoods with crime and drugs, doesn’t the taxpayer have the right to enter ghettos and shoot everything in sight because they “are killing millions and millions of people...and causing them billions of dollars in health care costs”?
Make sure you get these definitions down.
Welfare: If you don’t understand the economic system of welfare, you don’t understand our country. OK. Economic system in which all or most of the means of production are taxed to support people who are POOR! Of course, you can shorten these definitions down. Make sure you get the gist of it. Do you see how when, you know, when you're looking at this definition, where does it say anything about welfare is an economic system that perpetuates sloth? Is that a part of this system? Do you see how this economic system is at odds with deserving people who work? At odds with freedom and self-determination? It's at odds with property rights.
Anytime you have a system that is designed to confiscate your money, when Democratic votes are the bottom motive – your money -- that means your money is going to become more important potentially to the welfare state than what? Justice, Constitutional Rights, etc.
Why did we put Timothy McVeigh to death? How do we know that the execution of Timothy McVeigh for mass destruction-- even if he had blown up the Murrah Building, how would you have known, how could you prove--that that was not a real reason for us to kill him?
You have to understand something, that when McVeigh bombed the Murrah Building on April 19, in his view, he was not attacking innocent people. Ok. The ATF has an office at the building. The Secret Service has an office in the building. The Social Security System has an office in the building. The Murrah Building is the government center of Oklahoma.
The ATF, who murdered the Branch Davidians in Waco on another April 19th and so on and so forth around the country, has offices in the Murrah Building. Some of the agencies that work in the Murrah Building are these huge government bureaucracies that are directly involved in the welfare state in supporting murderers throughout America, including Ruby Ridge.
And so in the mind of McVeigh, he’s not attacking innocent people. He’s attacking legitimate targets. People who have blood on their hands as far as he’s concerned!
There are hundreds upon hundreds of murderers on death row. McVeigh was one of hundreds. There are plenty of murderers that have been caught and not executed, that are enjoying cable TV in jail, that use weapons against prison guards and they could be potentially threatening to America. We're not executing any of those murderers.
Let me ask you this. During the 1980s, Blacks and Hispanics were involved in an 8-year-long gang war. The United States gave food, housing, health care, free education, to which side?
Both. The answer is both. Why would we give welfare to two sides that are fighting each other? That seems to be self-defeating. Don't we want law and order to win? Not always! Sometimes you just want there to be conflict! Police like violence because they have an excuse to hire more UNIONIZED members.
The Democrats -- this is one of the grand strategies of the Democrats--was to play racial animosities off each other. To prevent them is to divide and conquer and create more patronage jobs.
Do we really want the races to unite as one cohesive political and cultural body?
No! Because then they could what? Vote the Democrats out of office..
They want to keep the country divided. Do they really want to kill innocent people? I don't know. I don't know the answer to that.
I know there are some Americans who do. People who work for Planned Parenthood. People who have to think like that. Those kind of dirty minds, dirty tricks. That's how the abortion world works. Sometimes you do want to kill people just for the sake of killing them. Right?
Listen, between the years 1973 and 2005, the United States through the Supreme Court conducted over 47,282,293 murders against the small innocent fetus. Over 47,282,293 abortions were performed in just one little country called America in this period, intentionally, let me rephrase that, intentionally sticking forks in babies’ brains, intentionally ripping off unborn limbs, thereby creating good, right? Intentionally trying to destroy human life. And we're willing to expend however many millions of babies died because Democrats just want to get the liberal vote. And the sad reality is that there are some policy planners who are willing to let babies die in order to achieve their objectives.
And then there are the Jews. They were actually a group of Canaanites who decided they didn't like the other Canaanites and developed this story afterward to justify how they killed all their neighbors to control the banking system....
Whoops...out of time. Next class we will get around to the Jews.
And, by the way...” I'm not in any way implying that you should agree with me. I don't even know if I'm necessarily taking a position. But what I'm trying to get you to do is to think, right, about these issues more in-depth, you know, and not just take things from the surface.”
[Later that day I was shocked to learn that a gay-activist student had secretly taped this class and turned the tape over to the NAACP that immediately got into bed with the ACLU and tried to have me fired and arrested for using “Hate Speech”. – While I argued all of my First Amendment justifications for using that lecture as a Socratic teaching method, never once did Matt Lauer ask me if, “They basically shopped it around to liberal media outlets and when they finally released it to one it created an uproar and on the tape you can hear the gay-activist student asking you questions that seem to be egging you on a little bit. Do you feel you were set up?"]