Here is Rep. Steve King endorsing Geert Wilders of Holland. Both men claim they are Champions of Western civilization. King uses the word “restore”.
“We can’t restore our civilization with somebody else’s babies.”
So, this Congressman is about restoring “our civilization”? Is the Republican Party part of King’s restoration project that other Republicans are secretly backing. That reminds me, I am going re-register as a Republican so I can tell King and the other neo-Confederates – to GET OUT of my kindred’s Abolitionist party. I am about restoring the Republican Party, and our Democracy of the Poor! These racist have begun their evil brand of restoration by taking from the poor and giving to the rich. They hate Robin Hood! Fremont was America’s real Robin Hood!
Above is the proof we descend from Commodore Isaac Hull that captained the U.S. Constitution that is still a part of the U.S. Navy. We also see the marker of Samuel Rosamond, the grandson of Samuel Rosamond who was a Captain of the Patriot Army that fought under the Frances Marion. Several generations of Rosamonds named their children after Frances.
Last week I found, and purchased, two more of Royal’s books that a major University wants. Most of the Rosamonds were very poor, and lived in the Ozarks. Samuel’s son carved the marker we see. There was just a stone before that, that was kept as a record, a testimony to the real men who fought the Lords of London for our Freedom. It is time to take the fight to The Rich – once again! It is time to RESTORE they way we were! The Rich better think twice about taking anything from the poor and elderly!
Repent! William and Royal were babies, someone else’s babies, and like Joseph, their kindred made them slaves!
My great grandfather, William Rose, was sold as a indentured slave when he was nine. Royal says he was “bound” out to his uncle. This is to say her was – SOLD! Our kindred, Gottschalk Rosemondt, defended Erasmus from a Dutch Inquisitor. He was a member of the Swan Brethren!
I got all your bastards coming and going! You’re crying and whining is wasted on me and my heritage! I demand the Rich strike their colors, and surrender; for they are not a part of the “restoration” but leaders of The Destruction!
Isaac Captained the U.S.S. Enterprise you see at the beginning of the video below.
President: Royal Rosamond Press
“William Rose, at about nine years of age and a son of a Hill Rose of England, was sent with a note by his father to sea captain either in Liverpool or London , England. The captain locked the boy up in a cabin of his ship and there he stayed until well out to sea. he was released and allowed to roam the ship until landing at Annapolis Maryland USA. The Captain sold the lad for a head of tobacco to a tobacco farmer as a
indentured servant . Here he remained until he was 21 years old when he was released as a indentured servant
You cannot rebuild your civilization with somebody else’s babies
“I’m a champion for Western civilization,”
King, who was expressing support in his original tweet for far-right Dutch candidate Geert Wilders, predicted that “Europe will be entirely transformed within a half-century.”
King said differences had nothing to do with their humanity, but their backgrounds: “It’s the culture, not the blood. If you could go anywhere in the world and adopt these little babies and put them into households that were already assimilated into America, those babies will grow up as American as any other baby.”
Rep. Steve King doubled down Monday on comments he made over the weekend in which he appeared to criticize foreigners and immigrants, drawing complaints of insensitivity on social media and from some of his Hill colleagues. King, a prominent Iowa Republican and a vocal advocate against illegal immigration, tweeted Sunday, “We can’t restore our civilization with somebody else’s babies.” Asked by CNN’s Chris Cuomo on “New Day” to clarify his comments, King said he “meant exactly what I said.” “You cannot rebuild your civilization with somebody else’s babies. You’ve got to keep your birth rate up, and that you need to teach your children your values,” King said, paraphrasing remarks he said he’s delivered to audiences in Europe. “In doing so, you can grow your population, you can strengthen your culture, and you can strengthen your way of life.” King said he’d like to see less of an emphasis on race in the future. “If you go down the road a few generations, or maybe centuries, with the inter-marriage, I’d like to see an America that is just so homogenous that we look a lot the same,” he said.
King, who was expressing support in his original tweet for far-right Dutch candidate Geert Wilders, predicted that “Europe will be entirely transformed within a half-century.” King has long been concerned about the decline of “American culture,” and said he merely wished to see immigrants better assimilate into the United States. Pressed whether he saw all Americans as equal, the Iowa congressman said their backgrounds mattered. “I’m a champion for Western civilization,” King said, adding that all people do not contribute to American society equally. “They contribute differently to our culture and civilization.”
King said differences had nothing to do with their humanity, but their backgrounds: “It’s the culture, not the blood. If you could go anywhere in the world and adopt these little babies and put them into households that were already assimilated into America, those babies will grow up as American as any other baby.” Monday’s comments from King could invite a new round from scorn from liberals and immigrant groups. After his supportive statement for Wilders, Democratic Rep. Ted Lieu, who is Asian-American, tweeted a photo of his two children. “Dear Representative Steve King: These are my two babies. –Representative Ted Lieu,” he said.
Geert Wilders, the bleach-blond leader of the Dutch Party for Freedom, or PVV, has been called the Netherlands’ Donald Trump — as well as an inflammatory Islamophobe who compared the Quran to Adolf Hitler’s autobiography, “Mein Kampf,” called Moroccans “scum” and was convicted in December of inciting discrimination against them.
Wilders, 53, a former speech writer, is now hoping the populist tide elevating far-right leaders in Europe will send him to the prime minister’s office on Wednesday.
Wilders has found a home among some on the American right
He spoke during the so-called “Draw Muhammad” contest — depictions of the prophet are prohibited — that ended with authorities shooting two armed gunmen outside a school arena in Dallas. In September, he penned a piece for Breitbart asserting that Islam was a “totalitarian ideology aimed at establishing tyrannical power over non-Muslims.”
“They carry our passports, but they do not belong to us,” he wrote. “They spit on our identity and behave like conquerors.”
On Sunday, Rep. Steve King, R-Iowa, a diehard Trump supporter, wrote on Twitter that “Wilders understands that culture and demographics are our destiny. We can’t restore our civilization with somebody else’s babies.”
King (and Wilders) then got an endorsement from David Duke, the white supremacist former Ku Klux Klan leader who — referring to King’s congressional district — wrote this on Twitter: “Just in case you were thinking about moving -> sanity reigns supreme in Iowa’s 4th congressional district. #MakeAmericaGreatAgain.”
Trouble with the law
Wilders has faced repeated legal problems in the Netherlands, with its speech laws that are considerably stricter than the United States’.
In 2011, he was acquitted of inciting hatred against Muslims after calling for a “head rag tax” and arguing that foreigners “breeding” in the Netherlands were overrunning Dutch culture. Perhaps his most infamous statement is this: that “the core of the problem is the fascist Islam, the sick ideology of Allah and Mohammed as laid down in the Islamic Mein Kampf: the Koran.”