Sonnie Johnson: Say Its Name — Progressivism


One of the strongest pillars of conservatism is the inflexibility of principles. Certain standards should apply equally across all situations. It’s what made Conservatism so ideal for me. I shared the same principles as most conservatives, even if I reached my conclusion from an entirely different perspective.

Since ISIS started chopping of heads, throwing gays from the top of buildings, raping thousands of Yazidi women, and drowning people alive, Republicans have pointed to President Obama’s inability to call terror by its name.

Last Week at a Senate Judiciary Subcommittee hearing on Islamism, Senator Ted Cruz said, “Does anyone notice a trend here? A consistent effort by this administration to scrub any reference to radical Islamic terrorism, to pretend that the threat does not exist… the consequence of the willful blindness, of a policy that as a matter of administration policy refuses to acknowledge the threat, means over and over again this administration has allowed the threats to go forward.”

Powerful conservative words most Republicans would agree with–probably give a standing ovation. These same people will tell me they stand on principle and can’t be swayed from those principles. Let’s test that theory.

Conservatives… what if I told you the Progressive ideology built on the basic tenets of Marxism caused poverty, death and destruction? What if I told you they were rooted in Democrat-controlled cities and needed to be pulled out by their core?

I know what you’d do: you’d give me a standing ovation. You’ve given me standing ovations for saying exactly that.

What if I told you if the Progressive ideology was to go unchecked American cities would burn? What if I told you all of this BEFORE Ferguson?

How do you think I felt when I woke up to Ferguson burning, only to hear Republicans and Conservatives voice their total surprise there was that much anger and rage in the black community. Just like President Obama was surprised the JV team had taken over large portions of Iraq and Syria.

What if I told you, you don’t build an army with no intention of using it? What if I told you Black Lives Matter would be mostly silent during Democrat primaries but once Hillary Clinton’s DOJ recommendations come out, that army will activate? I did… at the South Carolina Tea Party in February.

I also warned this is not the Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson army. This is an army of radically trained progressives that aren’t going to fight with “we shall overcome” rhetoric. They are pushing for the revolution.

If you’re yelling “they must be stopped,” who is your “they”? BLM must be stopped? How are you any different then President Obama? President Obama doesn’t mind saying ISIS must be stopped. He refuses to call ISIS a form of Radical Islam. Under the same principle, conservatives don’t mind saying BLM must be stopped. Yet, they refuse to call out the Progressive ideology that creates groups like Black Lives Matter.

I say: there is a Progressive ideology built on the basic tenets of Marxism that cause poverty, death, and destruction. You cheer. Baltimore starts to burn and we’re talking about black on black crime, the breakdown of the family, and gun control vs gun rights.

Republicans say, Radical Islam wants to destroy the West because they hate everything we represent. You cheer. A terror attack happens and President Obama is talking about respect for other religions, the Crusades, Christian equivalency, and gun control.

Yes, Senator Cruz, I’m starting to see the trend here. Republicans won’t call Progressives out by their name and attack the poverty, death, and destruction they have sown into that name. And like Ted Cruz said…

“We cannot combat and defeat radical Islamic terrorism without acknowledging it exists and directing our resources to stopping it.”

The same goes for Progressivism.

For 7 years I’ve stood in front of Republican and Conservatives groups talking about the Progressive disease that has infiltrated the black community.

Progressives started Planned Parenthood for the extermination of blacks because they were genetically inferior.

Progressives passed the first gun laws to prevent blacks from protecting themselves from the KKK.

Progressives started the first Unions to protect white jobs from black workers.

Then Progressives merged their ideology under the Democrat platform and that progressive machinery has dominated the black community for the last 60 years. It breeds poverty, death and destruction. Why are you surprised you look at the black community and see poverty, death, and destruction? Or even worse, how can you ignore HOW that poverty, death, and destruction were put in place?

So let me re-iterate my stance in typical Sonnie Johnson form…

Conservatives/Republicans: there is a progressive ideology rooted in Marxism planted in the black community and it causes poverty, death and destruction. That system has been in place for the last 60 years.


Bill Ayers and Bernadine Doyle weren’t lying about creating a Revolution.

Cloward and Piven really had a tangible plan to bankrupt the American system.

Saul Alinsky actually wrote a blue print–a step-by-step guide that actually included creating fear and anger in “oppressed” communities to cause them to rise up and tear down the system.

Hillary Clinton focused her college thesis on Alinsky’s writings.

All the “popular” college professors list Rules for Radicals, which was dedicated to Lucifer, as required reading.

And George Soros loves funding it all…

Why in the fuck do I have to convince you the shit we’re been talking about for the last 8 years is actually fucking happening right before your eyes?

Call it by its name… it’s Progressivism.


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