The Ugly history of the Democrat Party: Part Thirteen
By Kevin “Coach” Collins
This installment continues by exposing how the Democrats used everything in their reach to keep Blacks down starting with Woodrow Wilson, the Klu Klux Klan’s president and Franklin Delano Roosevelt who thought he was our king.
Woodrow Wilson: 1913 to 1921
“A conservative is someone who makes no changes and consults his grandmother when in doubt.”
Woodrow Wilson 
Woodrow Wilson was a studious looking man who had the heart and mind of a tyrant and street thug. He is regularly rated among the top five presidents ever, but that is because socialist historians are the ones who vote in such polls.
In his 1885 book on Government, Wilson wrote, “I cannot imagine power as a thing negative and not a positive…” 
In 1890 in his Leaders of Men, Wilson wrote, “The competent leader of men cares little for the internal niceties of other people’s characters: he cares much–everything–for the external uses to which they may be put…. He supplies the power; others supply only the materials upon which that power operates…. It is the power which dictates, dominates; the materials yield. Men are as clay in the hands of the consummate leader.” So much for the dignity of each person!
“While we are followers of Jefferson, there is one principle of Jefferson’s which no longer can obtain in the practical politics of America. You know that it was Jefferson who said that the best government is that which does as little governing as possible…. But that time is passed. America is not now and cannot in the future be a place for unrestricted individual enterprise.”
Wilson came from a slave holding family in Virginia. They were supporters of the Confederacy and were known for tending to wounded Confederate soldiers. As the President of Princeton University in New Jersey, he vigorously discouraged African Americans from applying for admission. He did such a good job that Princeton’s first African American did not graduate until 1947. 
Upon taking office in 1913, Wilson officially established segregation in the workings of the federal government where none had existed since the end of the Civil War. Wilson’s Cabinet fired many African American Republicans and replaced them with African American Democrats. 
Because of the welcoming attitude of a series of Republican presidents, Washington D.C. had become a major center of employment for African Americans. Wilson’s entourage quickly changed that. The Democrats brought Jim Crow segregationist laws to Washington, defiling our capitol city and staining our national honor.
It was Woodrow Wilson who segregated Washington D.C. He ordered separate water fountains to enforce “White only” drinking. He tried to relocate African-American federal workers to their own buildings so they could not work with Whites; when that initiative failed he ordered the construction of cubicles to enforce separation of the races.
The Democrats in Wilson’s Administration used false arguments of “protecting” the health of White workers to separate African Americans from their coworkers. They claimed separate toilets, working and eating areas were necessary to stop the spread of the contagious venereal diseases they insisted African Americans carried. 
Based on Wilson’s example, the Police and Fire Departments in the District of Columbia stopped hiring African Americans. In a nauseating example of Democrat Party paternalism toward all minorities, especially African Americans, Wilson commented on his segregation plan saying, “Off by themselves with only a white supervisor, blacks would not be forced out of their jobs by energetic white employees.”
When a delegation of African American workers asked Wilson about his segregationist policies, Wilson replied, “Segregation is not a humiliation but a benefit, and ought to be so regarded by you gentlemen.” Democrat Wilson told one of the group, “Your manner offends me.” 
During a 1914 interview with The New York Times, Wilson also taunted his African American voters saying, “If the colored people made a mistake in voting for me they ought to correct it.”
After a special White House screening of “The Birth of a Nation” perhaps the most racist anti African-American film in history, Wilson’s laudatory review was used as an endorsement which gave it a wider acceptability. The film was based on The Clansman, a 1905 novel by Thomas Dixon, a personal friend of Wilson’s. Favorably reviewing the movie was Wilson’s way of repaying Dixon for all of his help in the 1912 Election. 
From his first Inauguration Day the racist Democrats knew they had a friend in Wilson. One contemporary observer wrote, “The atmosphere in the nation’s capital bore ominous signs for Negroes.” Reports told of “Rebel Yells” filling the air in Washington. Southern Democrats saw Wilson’s election as a “green light” to pursue their barbaric persecution of African Americans without worry that the federal government would step in to stop them. 
Woodrow Wilson gave us the Federal Income Tax and the Federal Reserve System. The Income Tax has worked in tandem with the Federal Reserve System to devalue the work we do and shrink the value of the money we have left after the taxman is finished with us. 
Democrat Barack Obama was not the first President to criticize the Constitution; that honor belongs to Woodrow Wilson. Known for his officious and professorial manner Wilson attacked the Constitution, the Bill of Rights and even criticized the Founding Fathers. 
Wilson was a Big Government fan through and through. He did not believe in the checks and balances separation of powers established in our founding documents. Making his point, Wilson wrote, “Government does now whatever experience permits or the times demand…..” 
To show his contempt for individual rights, he also wrote, “No doubt a lot of nonsense has been talked about the inalienable rights of the individual, and a great deal that was mere sentiment and pleasing speculation has been put forward as fundamental principle…” He characterized a “true leader” as one who uses the masses of people like “tools.”
Wilson referred to joining the Allies in World War I as a “splendid thing.” He campaigned for re-election in 1916 with, “He kept us out of the War.” Wilson was reelected in November 1916, Inaugurated on March 4, 1917 and asked for a declaration of war against Germany and her allies on April 2, 1917. World War I cost us 100,000 dead and another 200,000 wounded. We gained nothing but the hatred of Germany and because of Wilson’s heavy handed treatment of them in the establishment of the League of Nations, the hatred of the Japanese.
Wilson created the Committee on Public Information (CPI). The CPI, which was a government propaganda agency designed to sway American public opinion in favor of going to war with Germany, was established eleven days after his Inauguration.
The CPI used newspapers posters and films, radio, and personal appearances to talk up the war. The CPI recruited 75,000 men to appear at public gatherings to speak for four minutes about the need for America to defeat Germany.
Early in America’s involvement in the war, the Democrats who ran the CPI were caught lying about the Navy sinking German submarines. This only came to light when the officers’ on the ship “involved” directly refuted the story. In early 1918 the CPI was again caught lying. Employing a phony picture of just one plane which was being tested and not sent overseas, it reported American battle planes were on route to France. 
Wilson was not just bigoted against African Americans. His racism extended to Asians as well.
When the League of Nations charter was being written, Japan an emerging nation which helped the Allies win World War I, asked for a clause supporting the principle of racial equality.
Over Wilson’s objections, Japan forced a vote on the question and won by an 11 to 6 margin, but Wilson bad mouthed the clause and complained that it wasn’t decided by a unanimous vote.
On October 2, 1919 Woodrow Wilson had a massive stroke that left him incapacitated and functionally unable to be the President of the United States. In concert with Congressional Democrats who should have known better, Wilson’s wife Edith ran the government of the United States for the next six months. The contempt Democrats have for the Presidency knows no limits.  
Franklin D. Roosevelt 1933 to 1945
Democrat Franklin Delano Roosevelt stands alone among America’s presidents as the most power hungry to ever sit in the White House. Until Roosevelt’s unprecedented and self-centered decision to run for a third term in 1940, Presidents had always voluntarily limited themselves to two terms as a tribute to the example set by President George Washington.
Roosevelt was also a hypocritical fear-monger – while he preached “There is nothing to fear but fear itself,” he worked as hard as he could to keep Americans wrapped in the deepest fear, declaring everything to be an emergency. He used Americans’ fear as a political tool to force through radical changes that have forever altered the political and economic nature of our country.  
Disrespect for American Institutions
Democrats have a proven track record of ignoring American institutions and traditions; they seem to think that American traditions do not apply to them.
As a prime example, former Democrat Presidents have repeatedly disregarded the unwritten “gentleman’s” agreement to restrain from criticizing their successors. Whether forced out by term limits or voted out of office, attacking your successor seems to be former Democrat Presidents’ favorite pastimes.
We have seen the hapless stumblebum Democrat Jimmy Carter attack Ronald Reagan and every other Republican since with an especially bile filled loathing. The low character Bill Clinton never hesitated to attack President George W. Bush by name even while out of the country. Democrats have cheapened the American Presidency and dulled its luster from Andrew Jackson to Barack Obama by using the pulpit afforded to Presidents and former Presidents to savage their political enemies.
We cannot legislate against Democrat former (and in the case of Barack Obama, current) Presidents personally attacking past Republican Presidents – nor should we. We did, however, have to actually amend the Constitution to force Democrats to respect the two term Presidential tradition by outlawing a third consecutive term. We have Franklin Roosevelt to thank for the 22nd Amendment.
Note: Due to the strong interest readers of CiR have shown in this material, this series will continue each Wednesday Friday and Sunday.
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