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    Ilhan Omar Urges ‘Dismantling the Whole System of Oppression,’ Including the Economy

    Ilhan Omar Urges ‘Dismantling the Whole System of Oppression,’ Including the Economy

    “We are fighting to tear down systems of oppression that exist in housing, in education, in health care, in employment, [and] in the air we breathe.”

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    Why did Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) move to America if it’s so oppressive and racist?

    Omar delivered a speech with the Minnesota People of Color and Indigenous Caucus in her home state. The press conference “was to address ‘racism in policing’ in the aftermath of George Floyd’s death.”

    From Fox News:

    “We can’t stop at criminal justice reform or policing reform,” she said during an outdoor press conference. “We are not merely fighting to tear down the systems of oppression in the criminal justice system. We are fighting to tear down systems of oppression that exist in housing, in education, in health care, in employment, [and] in the air we breathe.”

    Omar said it was time to “guarantee homes for all” due to racial disparities in homeownership. She said that homeownership rates are nearly twice as high for White families as they are for Black families.

    She also promoted the Green New Deal “because we know that environmental racism is real.”

    “As long as our economy and political systems prioritize profit without considering who is profiting, who is being shut out, we will perpetuate this inequality,” the progressive Squad member continued. “So we cannot stop at [the] criminal justice system. We must begin the work of dismantling the whole system of oppression wherever we find it.”

    Donald Trump, Jr., asked presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden if he agrees with Omar.

    Congresswoman, can you explain how Trump is wrong? How else does one interpret the last paragraph I quoted? Here it is again, but this time with emphasis:

    As long as our economy and political systems prioritize profit without considering who is profiting, who is being shut out, we will perpetuate this inequality,” the progressive Squad member continued. “So we cannot stop at [the] criminal justice system. We must begin the work of dismantling the whole system of oppression wherever we find it.”

    Omar sounds a lot like the Seattle city councilwoman I wrote about yesterday. Socialism!

    I also had no idea the “air that we breathe” is oppressive. Granted, have you been to the South in the summer? The heat and humidity are pretty oppressive. Both make it hard to breathe!

    So Omar believes the education system is oppressive? I guess that means she’s all for school choice?

    Did you guys see Ghostbusters II? In my opinion, underrated and pretty good. Anyway, in the words of Dr. Janosz Poha, I again ask Omar, “Why are you came?!”

    WHY did you come to America if it sucks and is such a hellhole?

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    The larger question who is. responsible for resettling the scum from Somalia–one of the world’s most backward and violent places–in the United States. More treason in high places.


     
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    harleycowboy | July 9, 2020 at 1:01 pm

    Replace the system of oppression. With what??? Does she know she’s an elected official of the system of oppression. Talk about entitlement.

    Replace the economy??? Seriously??? With what???


     
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    harleycowboy | July 9, 2020 at 1:04 pm

    P.S. “We are fighting to tear down systems of oppression that exist…(and) in the air we breathe.” Now people are supposed to quit breathing????


     
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    RightStuff1944 | July 9, 2020 at 2:14 pm

    This woman is a walking, talking, in-your-face insult to the American people, I hope she somehow finds real happiness. It isn’t in her Somalian socialism.


     
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    BierceAmbrose | July 9, 2020 at 11:29 pm

    I can understand how she would find being in congress oppressive.

    And our system allowed it, unlike any of the other systems she lived under where women, unbelievers, folks from different nations or tribes, divorcees — just to name a few — are kept down and out.


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