The Pardu

The Pardu
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Saturday, April 26, 2014

Bundy's Black Bodyguard, Bundy As The Tip Of An Iceberg, Bundy As Model For Capitalist Subsidy Laws, Bundy.....

Protesters claiming government overreach in Nevada paused to observe the national anthem. CreditJason Bean/Las Vegas Review-Journal, via Associated Press

And these anarchists will honor the National Anthem, while in support and in exhibition on behalf of a Rancher who is without denial violating a court order to pay a grazing tax. Cliven Bundy hasn't complied with grazing taxes for over 20 years. These men and Cliven Bundy will side with anyone and any issues that facilitates their rebellion and exhibition against the United States of America.

While the majority of Nevada ranchers pay the grazing tax, there is still another tax dynamic that has come from Bundy's tax evasion. Hayes accomplishes the information sharing while effectively placing a spotlight on Bundy and his anarchism. Take three minutes and watch Chris Hayes explain how we are also being taken by tax subsidies. The GOP deprives food stamp recipients (children, temporary unemployed, elderly and some low ranked military families) of benefits while consistently providing subsidies to farmers and ranchers. 

The central theme of this piece goes well beyond Bundy's tax evasion and GOP support for subsidies while turning its back on the poor.  The central theme of the piece relates to Bundy's claim that he is not a racist fact he states, "....I have a black guy out there in my front yard."  during a phone call with Alex Jones, conspiracy fanatic, gun fanatic, Right-wing fanatic, Bundy denied he ever used the words "picking cotton" and he denied being a racist. The following is a short audio segment of Bundy's denials and his offering of evidence he is not a racist. Listen to Jones egg-on the racist rancher and listen as he immersed in lies and exhibits of his over-the-top delusional state.

Media Matters......
Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy appeared on Alex Jones' radio show today to do damage control over comments he made about "the Negro" and how he wonders whether blacks were "better off as slaves" than on government assistance.  
During the appearance, Bundy denied that he is racist, called on The New York Times to retract their accurate quotes of him discussing "cotton picking," and repeatedly restated his offensive views on slavery. Bundy also defended himself by explaining "there's a black man right in my front yard right now" as part of the militia siding with him against the government.

"...there's a black man right in my front yard right now." 

Is Bundy's mind so far lost he cannot understand he appears as Paleozoic Era a racist as segregationist who attempted to block little black kids from entering schools in 1960s deep South? Surely he recognizes even plantation owners would boast about having "negras in their front yard." He is Paleozoic in resemblance to fish species who did not evolve to join the amphibians in expanding their lives from that of a restrictive and precarious aquatic life (only).

Let's revisit Bundy's remarks spoken on camera to two reporters, before we visit with the very visible and suddenly visible black man who appeared with Bundy over the course of last week.  As you read the first two paragraphs below, you must, like me, wonder if Bundy even realized he was on camera. Remember he attempted to deny use of the worlds "cotton picking" until the New York Times video appeared via Media Matters.

Initial New York Times Comments 
“I want to tell you one more thing I know about the Negro,” he said. Mr. Bundy recalled driving past a public-housing project in North Las Vegas, “and in front of that government house the door was usually open and the older people and the kids — and there is always at least a half a dozen people sitting on the porch — they didn’t have nothing to do. They didn’t have nothing for their kids to do. They didn’t have nothing for their young girls to do.

“And because they were basically on government subsidy, so now what do they do?” he asked. “They abort their young children, they put their young men in jail, because they never learned how to pick cotton. And I’ve often wondered, are they better off as slaves, picking cotton and having a family life and doing things, or are they better off under government subsidy? They didn’t get no more freedom. They got less freedom.”
Comments from this past Saturday's denial stage with black guard an another guard as visible as Bundy's cowboy hat

"I took this boot off so I wouldn’t put my foot in my mouth with the boot on," Bundy said. "Let me see if I can say something. Maybe I sinned, and maybe I need to ask forgiveness, and maybe I don't know what I actually said, but when you talk about prejudice, we're talking about not being able to exercise what we think. 
“If I say 'Negro' or 'black boy' or 'slave,' if those people cannot take those kind of words and not be [offended], then Martin Luther King hasn't got his job done yet," he added. "We need to get over this prejudice stuff."

"Those people...?"  

Jason Bullock
Jason Bullock (left) says he would take a bullet for Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy (center) despite his recent racially insensitive rants

Not racist: Bullock says he is not offended by the comments Bundy has made and says he looks at him as a grandfather figure

Talking points memo (CNN interview)

Beyond Bullocks status as a paid bodyguard who I suspect is also a form of militia mercenary, he embodies a serious danger to all Americans. despite the words so clearly spoken by his employer, Bullock will provide contractor services that include voluntary and proud visibility (for effect). Bullock via his far less than cogent communication does't care that his services to Bundy is a spectacle that places him and other black men I have observed among the anti-US militia in the very places he subliminally desires. The state of taking a bullet for Massa  Mr. Bundy.  

His status of a "bodyguard" for a tax evading ranchers also places Bullock as an armed enforcer of Bundy's storing desire of his right to exhibit "white privilege". 

"I would take a bullet....."

He would take a bullet for man who, via his association with the GOP and Libertarians would take away the voting rights of people of color, he would take a bullet for a man who's party is cutting aid to the needy, he would take a bullet for a man who refuses to pay lawful taxes, and he would take a bullet for (by statutory definition ) a criminal. 

Bullock also is in servitude, albeit paid, to a man who is apparently receiving anti-US "land grabbing" support from the Koch brothers.  Oligarchs who are actively spending to abolish public school education which in some instances lead to school segregation.  

Bullock is as misguided and dangerous to the greater society as those with whom he associates. 

I will explore Koch support for Bundy in a separate piece.

Bundy via his tax evasion has removed a cloak from conservative America comparable to the impact of  latest Paul Ryan's 2015 Budget. And, not one conservative elected nor Bundy supporters like the Kochs have gone before camera to denounce Bundy. We are seeing nothing more than "issued statements."  Can't the Right face their constituents with full facial vs "statements?" 

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