Skip to comments.Is black America lost?
Posted on 12/28/2012 8:16:27 AM PST by Perseverando
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... isn’t helping much.
The only thing that stood between Blacks and total self destruction in the past was Christianity.
Many of the city Black Christian churches are now raunchey and the good ones don’t have any say in the dominate racist, thug, whore culture of the radical Left. The Nation of Islam is communist and hate based. It has too much influence.
It’s lost for now. Pray.
Oops. I forgot to include that point of reference in my response. My white relatives scamming the system. It makes the rest of the family sick.
Jamie Foxx thought it was great to be able to kill all the white people. That happened in Haiti 1791-1803. Since then,the former jewel of the Caribbean has been a hellhole for 200 years, no matter how many times whites tried to improve it.
Related by Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson:
Black Racism Unchained
From what I see they can’t move past the “it’s all whitey’s fault” and “you owe us” mentality. Hence, all the anniversary celebrations/memorials of the killings from the 50’s - 16th Street Baptist Church in B’ham, Selma march, Rosa Parks refusing to sit in the back of the bus, etc., etc. The past is in the past, move on and make something of yourself. Too much to ask?
After that sentence it was, D I L L I G A F.
Their “leaders”, and democrats won’t allow them to move past it, stirring the masses by continually reminding them of the past is how they get votes.
From them? Yes.
I remember being a kid and being sent home from school with an application for free and reduced price school lunches. My mom launched into an absolute fit about this. She said that no matter how poor we were that she would NEVER take a penny from the Government to feed her children, and if that others did it would destroy the culture and be the beginning of the end for America.
Little did I realize how right she was.
My dad died when I was 5 and my mom really struggled until she remarried when I was 12. I remember a girl in my neighborhood telling my mom that we could get free or reduced lunch. I told my mom there was no way I would do that. I was 8 or 9, yet I didn’t want to be stigmatized as a “poor child”. These days no one cares. There is no shame any more.
Right now in Austin they’ve formed an initiative and advertise on AM radio: enough under-served people aren’t coming in for aid application, so they’re taking the social services scam to people’s homes.
Now that I think about it, I do recall late senator Sheets Byrd explained this and said the same thing. That it was really more a mindset/lifestyle rather than applying to all blacks and all whites. I believe his quote after being asked to clarify in an interview, was that (paraphrasing) “just as you have blacks and n1ggers, you also have whites and white n1ggers.”
If they move off the foundation of “we’re messed up because of someone else” they have to own their own failures. As individuals and as a culture. It will destroy the race care they like to play any time things are not going their way.
I see no movement in the black community to do this. I see a small number of individuals from that community doing so, but they aren’t welcomed by the black community at large for that. Instead they are “acting white” and “uncle toms.”
Is Black America Lost?
We had 5 black friends from Dallas visit a few years ago. I took them to see the wood shop in the back yard, where I make furniture.
They were amazed. They said they did not know anyone in their community who had a setup like this, or the skills, or the desire to just go build a shop and make something. Making something with your hands is simply not done in the black community. In the white community, you can find a home workshop anywhere.
Until the black community takes the initiative, develops a work ethic, and denounces sloth, they will remain stuck in their hole.
We must remember to judge people as individuals. However, anyone who clings to the hip hop culture, regardless of race, is lost and without hope.
Judging people as individuals sounds all well and good, except when it’s a potential life-threatening situation.
In that case, a wise person pre-judges based on experience and prior knowledge until the “individual” proves otherwise.
“Is black America lost?”
What a stupid question...anyone seeing any hope there is ignoring the 99% that are hopeless.
Dress and demeanor are ultimately individual expression. I’m not likely to shoot a Black just because they are black any more than I’ll give a White a pass based solely based on color. Location and time are also factors to consider. I’m not particularly trusting.
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