…by Jonas E. Alexis
Within a just a few days of its release, Donald Glover’s “This Is America” received more than one hundred million views on YouTube. In a Rolling Stone article, Tre Johnson declared that the video is “a nightmare we can’t afford to look away from.”
The video is packed with references from racism to gun violence in public places and sacred buildings. Yet the inescapable conclusion is that Glover doesn’t want to see things the way they really are, obviously because that would not allow him to manipulate and hypnotize multiplied millions of fans and listeners.
One can safely say that Glover’s “This is America” is Ta-Nehisi Coates’ Between the World and Me from a different angle. Coates, as you recall, was hired by the Atlantic to push the racial narrative, which always gets people distracted from the main issue. As E. Michael Jones points out:
“The racial narrative is an integral part of the Jewish system of political control in this country. By joining the staff of The Atlantic, Coates became their agent in enforcing a system of control known as the Black/Jewish Alliance…”
Coates was, as Jones put it, “their race man.” In 1980, the Atlantic was overtaken by “the Jewish elite” which, according to Jones, “succeeded their WASP counterparts as America’s ruling class, when Mortimer Zuckerman, property magnate and founder of Boston Properties, acquired the magazine.”
The racial narrative, which is littered with an implicitly toxic premise known as “white supremacism,” blinds Glover and others. The same narrative relieves the destroyers of America from moral and historical responsibility. In fact, the movers and shakers of America have been pushing this narrative since the 1960s.
In the video, Glover seems to suggest that blacks are killing blacks by the numbers, and “America” just enjoys it because it brings money, entertainment, and of course prestige.
As Johnson himself puts it “It’s meant trafficking in our pain to get paid even a little, a dynamic steeped into our conjoined history with America.” According to Johnson, Glover is reacting to a culture in which “the black entertainer isn’t a mirror, but a toy. This is America. Shut up and dance.”
Well, Mr. Johnson, culture doesn’t work in a vacuum. In order for a culture to exist or function, it has to have people. And we all know who controls the culture at this present time, particularly the entertainment industry.
If Glover or Johnson even dares to point out that the culture they are revolting against was created by a powerful force which seeks to destroy or undermine America, then Glover would almost certainly not be able to produce “This is America.”
Glover would never mention Murray Friedman’s The Black Jewish Alliance, which essentially points out that Jewish radicals were using blacks to fight “anti-Semitism.” That was one reason why they founded organizations like NAACP. This is not conspiracy theory. Any reputable historian or scholar knows this. As E. Michal Jones again documents in our interview in 2016:
“For 60 years—from 1909 with the founding of the NAACP to 1969 when the FBI shut down the Black Panthers—influential Jews in organizations as diverse as the NAACP and the Communist Party tried to turn the Negro into a revolutionary. They created a monster instead. This is precisely what Tom Watson predicted in the aftermath of the Leo Frank trial:
“The National Pencil Factory, owned by Frank’s people, fought our Child Labor bill fiercely and helped to kill it—and in God’s mysterious way, it cost the Superintendent his life.” In closing ranks behind Frank, the nation’s wealthy Jews had “blown the breath of life into the Monster of Race Hatred; and this Frankenstein, whom you created at such enormous expense, WILL HUNT YOU DOWN!”
Glover suggests in his video that violence has taken the lives of too many black lives, but he fails to describe how this has come about. He cannot describe the South Side of Chicago because that would obviously ruin the entire video:
“In 2014 there were 432 homicides in the city of Chicago. During the week beginning October 18, 2015, four people were shot and killed in the city of Chicago and 34 people were shot and wounded. During the month of October 2015, as of October 24, 21 people have been shot and killed and 136 people have been shot and wounded…”
The fact is that this has been a pattern since the 1980s! E. Michael Jones writes:
“But more importantly for our purposes they infected the Negro with the virus of revolution. The Negroes of the South Side of Chicago now act the way they do because of an idea that was planted in their mind by Jewish revolutionaries.
“The main vehicle for this transformation in the black mind (from rural sharecropper to urban revolutionary) was the civil rights movement, which was the most successful part of the Black-Jewish Alliance, which was the 60-year-long attempt on the part of Jews at organizations like the NAACP and the Communist Party to turn Negroes into revolutionaries.”
Glover’s “This Is America” is another subversive video which seeks to control the masses, particularly those who have no clue of who actually controls ideological settings of the entertainment industry.
But there is something more to the video. It indirectly and inescapably proves that those who control America are dangerous to Americans, including black Americans. Towards the end of the movie, Glover is running frantically in the dark and is being pursued by what appears to be “white supremacists,” gangsters, hoodlums and thugs.
What Glover ended up saying here is that when the movers and shakers of America unleashed racial ideologies in the culture, then people like Glover will be chased down and probably get killed. In other words, the Civil Rights Movement, which was essentially Jewish in ideology, helped destroy both the social fabric in America and the black family in particular. People like Thomas Sowell have come to similar conclusions.
Is that really what Glover and others want? Well, apparently Glover is just going for the ride. He has just gotten a role in the Star Wars franchise, in which he will be portrayed as “pansexual.”
-  Tre Johnson, “Donald Glover’s ‘This Is America’ Is a Nightmare We Can’t Afford to Look Away From,” Rolling Stone, May 8, 2018.
-  E. Michael Jones, “Race and ‘Generational Shame,’” Culture Wars, January 2018.
-  Ibid.
-  Ibid.
-  Johnson, “Donald Glover’s ‘This Is America’ Is a Nightmare We Can’t Afford to Look Away From,” Rolling Stone, May 8, 2018.
-  Ibid.
-  See for example Joel Stein, “Who runs Hollywood? C’mon,” LA Times, December 19, 2008.
-  For further studies on this, see Benjamin Ginsberg, The Fatal Embrace: Jews and the State (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1993); Howard M. Sachar, A History of Jews in America (New York: Vintage Books, 1993); Murray Friedman, What Went Wrong?: The Creation & Collapse of the Black-Jewish Alliance: The Creation & Collapse of the Black-Jewish Alliance (New York: Simon & Schuster, 1994).
-  “Homicide Trends in the United States, 1980-2008,” U.S. Department of Justice, November 2011.