We must admit the left ran a pretty slick game over the past 60+ years, turning our own institutions against us one by one. But it is always easier to destroy and deconstruct than to build and maintain. And as Keynes said, it is much easier to bamboozle than to de-bamboozle.
“Did I make a mistake to wait for a White man?” – I’m glad that you didn’t fall for that. The State Department had to issue an advisory warning American women about just that sort of situation, and there are several horror stories about women and children being whisked to the magic kingdom.
Denise, you made the right choice in not falling for that Iranian. Read “Not Without My Daughter” by Betty Mahmoody, and you will see you made the right choice.
Dalton, and Anon,
Thanks for your kind words. Sincerely. I lived in DC an eon ago, when I was a mere slip of a girl. I met all kinds of folks, from all around the world. I knew White chicks who started dating sophisticated foreign guys – especially Muslims. I and a Southern Belle (she had a genuine Black Mammy!)I knew would routinely warn our pals not to fall for Muzzies. SHE married a German athlete, and moved to Germany.
By the way, I had a number of Jewish pals, including a very funny gal, from Cheery Hell, NJ. OMG. I’m having flashbacks, on memories. Wow. We used to have a blast!