Comforting Lies and Disturbing Truths

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Darrell Castle addresses the President’s statement about immigration from certain countries, specifically those in Africa as well as Haiti.


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COMFORTING LIES AND DISTURBING TRUTHS

Hello, this is Darrell Castle with today’s Castle Report.  Today is Friday, January 19, 2018, and on today’s Report I will be talking about the President’s remarks the other day, when he allegedly referred to certain countries as “poop hole” countries.  He is actually credited with having asked some lawmakers, during discussions on DACA (the delayed action on childhood arrivals) bill, that is a current matter of contention holding up passage of the budget for this year; why do we take so many immigrants from “poop hole” countries, we should be taking in more from Norway.

Whether he actually said it or not is a matter of contention because he said he used strong language but not the word “poop hole”, and some of the lawmakers in attendance said that he did, in fact, use the word poop hole.  Whether he actually used that word or not, I am not sure, but for purposes of this Report, I am going to take the position that he did use the word “poop hole”, in reference to some countries in Africa and Haiti, in particular.  Notice that I am using the word “poop hole” countries instead of the actual word the President used because I don’t want to offend anyone who might be offended by the commonly used word for defecation.

Even that is a matter of debate, however, because what did the President mean when he said poop hole?  Did he intend the word “poop hole” to refer to a toilet, i.e., those countries are like toilets, or did he intend it to refer to the actual human “Heine hole”, i.e., those countries are like “Heine holes”? I’m going to take the position that he meant toilet, as has most of the media.  You can scan the media around the world, and even in countries where the language doesn’t translate very well, such as Japan; the press usually says that the President referred to certain other countries as “toilet countries”.

This President is often crude, but he has a knack for raising questions that lead many of us to truths we have been wondering about but perhaps did not have the courage to ask.  I think his question; why do we admit so many from those countries is a legitimate question that the vast majority of Americans think should be asked and answered.  Why, indeed, what do people from those countries bring to the United States besides a little bit of those countries?  How could immigration from those countries benefit the United States in any way?  Aren’t Presidents, Congressmen, and Senators supposed to represent the people of the United States?  They take an oath to protect and defend the Constitution, but doesn’t that require them to represent us?

I know what immigration in general means to our lawmakers, and too many Presidents before this one.  For the Democrats it means building a permanent voting block of dependent people, who will always return the hand that feeds them to power.  For the Republicans it means satisfying their crony capitalists, who fund their campaigns in return for a steady supply of cheap labor.  The last two Republican Presidents before this one, accepted the seemingly inevitable march to the European-style socialist, multicultural administrative state, but this President does not accept it.

For us rubes who live out here in flyover country, it means that if we want to be considered nice people, if we want to be acceptable to many of our friends and relatives, if we want to be like those in Hollywood and the media, we must enthusiastically go along and accept it all as inevitable.  However, this President has given a little hope to many of us deplorables.  He is giving voice to those of us who have had no voice for so many years, and so we are grateful, even if we are ashamed to admit it.  That’s why so many of Mrs. Clinton’s polls were wrong.  Today you either have to be very brave, or totally independent, to publicly express views that might get you fired, declared an insane misogynistic racist or have your life ruined in some other way.

Let’s take a look at the merits of what the President said, along with the double standard to which he is held.  I’ve got a list of quotes from many of the lawmakers who criticized him and called him evil, etc., saying essentially the same things, about the same countries, but perhaps less straight forward.  If it is the “poop” word itself that is objected to, President Obama was quite famous for his foul mouth, as was his Vice President Joe Biden.  I have another list of quotes where many times he referred to people as MF’ers and used that expression in public.  I suppose that’s just how Democrats talk though.

Many people believe either secretly or publicly that the President was right because they believe that certain African countries, such as Somalia, Sudan, Libya, Ghana, Central African Republic, and Liberia, to name just a few, as well as Haiti, are in fact “poop hole” countries.  What information could possibly lead one to form such an opinion?  Perhaps it is National Public Radio (NPR), which is not exactly a conservative source.  I doubt that NPR would ever refer to such a country as Haiti as a “poop hole”, but in their long investigation and series of reports in July of 2017, they describe a country that could honestly be described as a “poop hole” from their words alone.

Let me just give you a few words from NPR reporter Rebecca Hersher, who wrote the reports. “Port-au-Prince, Haiti, is one of the largest cities in the world without a central sewage system.  There are no sewers connecting sinks, showers, and toilets to hulking wastewater treatment plants.  Most of the more than 3 million people in the metro area use outhouses, and much of that waste ends up in canals, ditches and other unsanitary dumping grounds where it can contaminate drinking water and spread disease”.  “Haiti’s capital city doesn’t have a sewer system.  Instead, so-called “nightsoil ‘, or human excrement, is largely removed by hand, by workers who toil at night, under cover of darkness.”

Those Haitians lucky enough to have a latrine or toilet generally hire someone known as a Bayakou to clean them out.  There are over 3 million such outhouses in Port-au-Prince, and cleaning them and hauling away the human excrement by hand, one bucket at a time has to be one of the worst jobs on planet earth.  About 53,000 gallons of human waste makes its way into city canals and roadside ditches everyday in Port-au-Prince.  It spreads disease.  Haiti is in the midst of a Cholera epidemic, where the rest of the world is eliminating it.

Cholera spreads like wildfire during rainstorms which as you would guess happen quite frequently.  The contents of your outhouse often show up in your living room.  In a recent heavy rainstorm, three  feet of human waste filled the streets of the capital city, and seven people drowned in it.  The guys called Bayakou are provided no showers, healthcare or even a drink of water on the job.  They work in the dark, often naked because there is such a social stigma to the work, and because they carry communicable diseases, and because the odor around them is so bad.  For all this work they are paid about four dollars per night, not nearly enough to feed their wife and kids, so they scrounge for objects in the sewage that might be useful.”

Now folks, I’m going to stop with Ms. Hersher’s report for a minute and just say th,at if there’s any country in existence literally more deserving of the term “poop hole” than Haiti, I don’t want to see it. This is after billions in aid, before and after the 2010 earthquake.  It is after millions in aid to build sewage treatment plants that never seem to get built.  I don’t remember now who said that foreign aid is taking money from poor people in rich countries and giving it to rich people in poor countries.  In addition, thousands of charities have given many millions in aid.

You will rarely if ever hear the truth about this entire story, and never from the mainstream media. The psychological linchpin upon which all else depends in this war that’s being waged on common sense, is control of communication between all of us.  Control is sought over our communication with the outside world and even with ourselves.  This total control over our communication, and our thought process, is Orwellian in intent, but it is looked at as just necessary policy today.

It is an assumption of omniscience, a conviction that reality is theirs and theirs alone that is so infuriating.  They are thus freed from the search for the often elusive truth that occupies the lives of lesser humans.  They have always been gatekeepers molding the minds of the public but now we have the internet, which allows a somewhat free flow of information.  The free flow of information is very frustrating for them and they try to solve the problem by screaming that we are all racist, sexist, and homophobic.

Finally folks, Clausewitz said that war is just politics by other means.  In fact, politics is really all about how some people get to dominate other people and it’s about who gets what in this world.  For many people, a lie is a lot more comfortable than an uncomfortable truth, especially when it suits our preconceived world view.

At least that’s the way I see it.

Until next time folks,

This is Darrell Castle,

Thanks for listening.

 

 

 

 

16 Comments

  1. you forgot to mention the chinook helicopter that was sent in to rescue the president of haiti and his family fom being butchered during one of their many uprisings a few years ago….oh and the matter of the drugs and medicines that were sent in to help the victims of the earthquake that were stolen at the airport and ended up on the black market…and of course the classic case of the man who was shot and while laying on the ground in agony had his penis cut off and then was pissed upon…this was witnessed and reported on my U.S. military personel while trying to secure U.S. students during one of their uprisings a few years ago

    • It is this country’s great misfortune that Mr. Castle is not our president. He has the temperment, moral fortitude and intelligence to handle a situation like this appropriately. He is 100% correct. Thank you for saying what so many of us are thinking in a diplomatic way.

      • Thank you so very much Alice.

        And thanks for listening.

        • Good afternoon Mr. Castle. Could you please tell us what you mean by the term “lesser humans”, which you used in the second to last paragraph of this report?

          • I’m chatty tonight. “All men are created equal” is not true existentially, because humans are born with a multitude of varying abilities and opportunities. Biblically “all men are created equal” means that each person, including the child in the womb, is made in the image of the Living God; that’s what the Bible says. Of course, God is Spirit, and the theologians for centuries have discussed exactly what the image of God means. The implication of “all men created equal” is equal justice under the law, regardless of race, income, or gender, but there are still rich and poor, wise and foolish, etc. among people.

          • Mr. Muldoon, Good evening! Thank you for sharing your interpretation of what you believe Mr. Castle meant by the term “lesser human”. I would still really like to hear from him exactly what he meant. Mr. Castle what does “lesser human” mean?

          • Yes, to our adversaries on the left we are no longer worthy of being considered. Our opinions and ideas are so unworthy that we should be denied basic Bill of Rights protection such as the 1st amendment. We are literally so deplorable and beyond redemption that violence against us is justified in advance as was once stated by Marco Rubio. Only one side to this argument he said not two sides.

            To the left then, that makes us lesser humans if human at all.

            Thanks for listening.

  2. Thanks again Mr Castle, however I fear that most of the people who listen to the report are of the same mind as you. But I suppose there’s no reason to be pessimistic maybe someone who does not believe the truth will listen and change their mind. I will say as regarding all the things you discuss and the state of the world in general “that the more things change the more they stay the same.”

  3. Yes Alice, I agree with you, but having the right President isn’t the answer, it is only the first step. The entire U. S. Congress is bought and paid for to do exactly what we need not to do ! Then look at our judiciary, it also plays the left-right paradigm scam against our Constitution and against our people ! We can start this revival by removing the federal government from our school system and go back to educating our kids to the truth from our local base !

    I am no youngster at 77 years of age, but I knew more by the third grade than most kids learn by the 12th. That is no accident, it is a Deliberate Dumbing Down of America as Charlotte Thompson Iserbyt said in her book of the same title. She was the Director of Policy in the Department of Education in the first Reagan Administration, but fired after one year for exposing the deliberate dumbing down process by our government. Our kids must become knowledgeable adults by learning the truth in their formative years. Our kids are not taught, they are trained to follow orders without questioning the process. Remember: “Know thy truth, and the truth will make you free.” St. John 8:32

  4. I appreciate your comments and shall forward them to at least one of my Liberal friends and to at least one of my Conservative friends. You left out the perception that the Clinton’s took money from the fund for Haiti and used it for Chelsea’s wedding. Bill Clinton denies that. I sure hope that Congress makes public the Democrats’ scandals from the 2016 election.

  5. It’s well known that the Clinton’s bilked the Haitians of $2 billion for their own pockets. If you mention their name down there, the Haitian people will become enraged and want to punch you. Sen Rand Paul has publicly stated that as a private citizen Mr. Trump gave a large sum of money to fund his missions trips to do surgeries to correct Haitians’ eyesight. They both love the people unlike the Clintons and their cronies.

    • With the Clinton’s and their sycophant media especially, it’s hard to know where to draw the line between maintaining personal peace and self-control, believing that God is in charge and will judge the wicked in His good time, and apoplectic outrage at the Clinton’s crimes and the way they have been covered over.

    • 2 billion is a lot. The last official report on the Clinton Foundation listed assets of just under 300 million.

  6. Jeffrey Monheit

    January 25, 2018 at 4:45 am

    Must admit I chuckled when I heard Trump perhaps uttered these words. This might be Trump’s equivalent “Basket of Deplorables” gaffe comment he will be remembered for.

    I hate to say it but unfortunately the U.S. has had strong impact on making many of these named countries the poop holes they are today. Libya is a perfect example. Under Gaddafi, Libya was a thriving nation, the richest in Africa, but after the NATO/Rothschild hitmen, the rebels the USA funded and supported (thanks to Crooked Hillary) it’s now among Africa’s worst situations. This is after Gaddafi was very agreeable to catering to America’s policies within its own nation. The reason he was really killed was he wanted to dethrone the western (Rothschild) central banking cabals with a gold backed African Dinar.

    In terms of Liberia, this is where Abraham Lincoln’s administration brought many of the former American slaves to live. Given their contribution to America, cultural ties and loyalty to the United States of America, it would be nice to extend them some help that is really help and not one with a destructive hidden agenda. To call Liberia a poop hole we were responsible in creating like we did today’s Libya.

    Maybe in fact the real poop hole is the central bank owners, financiers, weapon makers and decision makers who work through America and the west to allow these nations to become poor, war/disease ridden and underdeveloped?

    If Trump is calling these places poop holes then perhaps he needs to look closer to home first as to where the problems largely began.

    • Yes there is truth in what you say at least as far as my limited understanding which is based on my own research combined with my preconceived mindset will take me. Come to think of it though even my research is based on the observations and thoughts of others but I can still look at a country and ask how immigration from that country helps this one.

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