Charles Barkley is one of the few people on TV, especially on a sports program, who have the guts to expose the divide and conquer tactics of the establishment. Charles, at 6 foot 6 inches, is not one to be pushed around. He was a boss on the court and continues to be one now that he is in the booth.
For years Barkley has been dropping truth bombs on live TV, so much so that I’m surprised that CBS has not fired him for daring to express a contrary opinion.
While Barkley is not a fan of President Trump, he is not a brain washed Marxist either. He is willing to point out the biggest narrative that the no one on TV cares to talk about.
The Gateway Pundit transcribed the clip:
Charles Barkley said that politicians want black people and white people to hate each other so they can “keep their grasp of money and power.”
“Man, I think most white people and black people are great people,” Barkley said.
“I really believe that in my heart, but I think our system is set up where our politicians, whether they’re Republicans or Democrats, are designed to make us not like each other so they can keep their grasp of money and power.”
“They divide and conquer. I truly believe in my heart most white people and black people are awesome people, but we’re so stupid following our politicians, whether they’re Republicans or Democrats, and their only job is,
‘Hey, let’s make these people not like each other. We don’t live in their neighborhoods, we all got money, let’s make the whites and blacks not like each other, let’s make rich people and poor people not like each other, let’s scramble the middle class. I truly believe that in my heart,” he said.
Talk about hitting the nail on the head. It sure sounds like Barkley is well aware of Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel and his Hegelian Dialectic.
The premise is simple, yet the establishment likes to use it over and over and over again. It goes like this: Create a problem, Let chaos ensue, then pose a solution and look like the hero while accomplishing your ends. Barkley is wise to it, let’s hope more people start to realize too many news stories and problems in society are manufactured in order to help those in power, stay in power and gain more power.