Posted by DrJohn on 19 June, 2020 at 3:46 am. 20 comments already!


Nancy Pelosi Intros New 'I'm Kneeling, And I Can't Get Up ...


In a vainglorious virtue signalling effort to pretend to cleanse one’s self of racial original sin people are reduced to truly pathetic actions. They demonstrate their sincerity by kneeling and prostration. It is a sad spectacle. Above we see Nancy Pelosi and other democrats acknowledging their new masters in BLM and Antifa.

Keep in mind that they have never taken a knee for a fallen serviceman, fireman or policeman.

This lunacy has taken hold within the feeble minds of the democrat constituency. Here is a scene repeating Jesus washing the feet of his disciples:

Here is a scene in which the crowd- Webster Mass police chief included- prostrates itself

And in England

An English police force has suggested that officers ‘take the knee’ during Black Lives Matter protests in order to avoid unwanted attention from the leftist activists, a move which Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage described as “insanity mixed with cowardice”.

Kneeling in recognition of your masters is nothing new. The Nazis invited Jews to kneel



ISIS asked people kneel- just before they executed them.

ISIS terrorists force prisoners to kneel on buried bombs ...


If you think kneeling is an act of solidarity, think again. You know that Lincoln statue in Boston that the DNC Communist party now wants removed? Here it is

The Lincoln Emancipation Statue in Boston is a replica of the one that sits in Lincoln Park in Washington D.C.'s Capitol Hill neighborhood.  (Photo by Andrew Lichtenstein/Corbis via Getty Images)


One of the principal newly minted objections to it?

The black man is kneeling before the white man.

All this kneeling is appeasement. It is pandering at its worst. About appeasement, Churchill said

An appeaser is one who feeds a crocodile — hoping it will eat him last.

I do not respect anyone who kneels before Black Lives Matter or Antifa. I do, however, deeply respect this man- O’Neal Saddler

Georgia state trooper refuses to kneel at BLM protest (Facebook screengrab)


He said:

“I was supposed to be out of town this weekend with my wife,” Saddler was seen telling a female protester after she apparently asked him to kneel. “I took off today, this weekend, but I’m out here just to make sure y’all are safe. Don’t go there with respect, okay? I have much respect, but I only kneel for one person, and that’s God.”

I have not the first idea what his politics are but he has my great respect.

I loath the democrats above.

As for Lincoln and kneeling, this short excerpt comes from Jay Winik’s book April 1865: The Month That Saved America

The next day, April 4 [1965], brought an equally stunning sight. While General Grant was off in hot pursuit of Lee’s army, President Abraham Lincoln, in a high silk hat and long black coat, landed at Rocketts in the early afternoon and, accompanied by a naval guard of ten sailors, six in front, four in the rear, set foot on Richmond’s vaunted soil and began the nearly two-mile walk up the hill to Capitol Square. But even four long years of continuing war had not prepared the lanky president for the unprecedented reception he was to receive along a simple one-mile stretch. Out came a sound: “Glory to God!” It was a black man working by the dock. Then again: “Glory to God! Glory! Glory!”

Leaving their squalid houses and their tar-paper shacks, an impenetrable cordon of newly freed blacks followed Lincoln down the rubble-strewn streets, starting with a handful and swelling into a thousand. “Bless the Lord!” they shouted. “The great Messiah! I knowed him as soon as I seed him. He’s in my heart four long years. Come to free his children from bondage. Glory hallelujah.” And Lincoln replied, “You are free. Free as air.” “I know I am free,” answered one old woman, “for I have seen Father Abraham and felt him.”

One of Lincoln’s aides asked the mass to step aside and allow the president to proceed, but to no avail. “After being so many years in the desert without water,” a man said happily, “it is mighty pleasant to be looking at las’ on our spring of life.” Weeping for joy, they strained to touch his hand; dizzy with exultation, they brushed his clothing to see that he was real; fearing that it was only a dream, they wiped their tears to make sure they were in fact looking out upon his face. Moved, Lincoln ignored his bodyguards and waded deeper into the thickening flock.

One black man, overcome by emotion, dropped to his knees, prompting the president to conduct a curbside colloquium on the meaning of emancipation. “Don’t kneel to me,” said the president. “That is not right. You must kneel to God only, and thank Him for the liberty you will enjoy hereafter.”

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