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“We Need A Nigger-Free Race”

21 Jan

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Chris Rock: “Gotta do sumpin’ ’bout them niggas.” (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Here’s a video of Reverend Manning and another black man talking about the problems posed by “niggers”.

The truth that they’re expressing is breathtaking.  The second black man is so bold, so honest, that he makes me feel like a liar.  He’s saying things that I have thought for a long time, but didn’t have the nerve to say.  Up until now, I didn’t think of myself as “politically correct”.  But after hearing the second black man speak, I can see that I have been far too “politically correct”.

Blacks have been getting away with political “murder” for decades.  We’re supposed to accept anything any black leader says as truth, even if we know damn well, that their statements are audacious, bald-faced lies.  I’ve been sick of it for years, but I haven’t said much about it.

Here’s two black men telling the truth about American race relations.  I’m amazed.

The problem we’re facing is not about race–it’s about stupidity and exploitation. Just because you’re black doesn’t mean you’re entitled to be stupid and it doesn’t mean you’re entitled to exploit others.  Those who claim they’re entitled to be stupid and exploitative aren’t “blacks”–but they are “niggers”.

video    00:13:58

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j6G0-UbESeo&feature=youtube_gdata_player

 
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36 responses to ““We Need A Nigger-Free Race”

  1. dasanco

    January 21, 2013 at 4:06 PM

    If one is brought into this world of war and knows no other. Can we not expect them to be adversarial?

    If one has no exposure to the ways of peace, not in the home, not in the school, not in the media and not in the street … where can we expect the peace to come from?

    We are ALL responsible for our brothers. And I mean that from a Spiritual perspective, not a racial one. We are all responsible for the reality we have created.

    Let us ALL stop pointing fingers, and commit to creating a “new-race”. It is as simple as determining everyone is eligible and has only one goal, “peace”. It can be accomplished simply when everyone is ready to be fully and unconditional accountable for one-self, period.

    peace

    dj

     
  2. pearlygates16

    January 21, 2013 at 4:19 PM

    Good post.

     
  3. Yartap

    January 21, 2013 at 4:59 PM

    Niggers don’t Vote! Obama was elected by “Conflict of Interest” and feel gooder Whites.

     
    • Timmy

      January 21, 2013 at 8:05 PM

      White suburban soccer moms put him in office on top of his urban coastal bases. Interestingly, younger kids don’t generally support him (20’s).

       
      • Yartap

        January 21, 2013 at 11:14 PM

        Timmy,

        I hope your right about the younger ones, but I wonder.

         
  4. Anthony Clifton

    January 21, 2013 at 6:22 PM

    there are a thousand times more white niggers in my homeland than there are black niggers and it is truly shameful…

    we do have in America a tremendous number, {literally millions} of true Christian people of African heritage, a testament to the missionary work of the White Christians and the actual power of Love your neighbor in action…

    http://blogs.star-telegram.com/crime_time/militia/

    we do have a nation bereft of Blessings due primarily to a case of identity theft in Palestine where the Gogs & Magogs are pretending to be all 12 tribes…

     
    • Buck

      January 24, 2013 at 1:08 PM

      You do realize that the Hutaree militia members were all acquitted of charges brought against them concerning their “vast” conspiracy to kill gov officials, right? While two members were convicted on technicalities of their specific firearm, ALL the other felony charges were thrown out and dismissed by a black female (minority distinction) federal judge. Apparently she didn’t think they were white enough niggers to have it even go to trial.

       
  5. John Wesley

    January 21, 2013 at 7:13 PM

    Dear Group Members:

    Please remember: if we could save ourselves by constructing a “new race”, then Jesus died for nothing.

    JW

     
  6. Buck

    January 21, 2013 at 7:22 PM

    I don’t think this post was about skin color per se, but rather about a cultural mentality largely given a pass by society because of “skin color.”

     
    • Adask

      January 21, 2013 at 7:30 PM

      Exactly–two people might both be “black” as evidenced by the color of their skins–but only one of them might be a “nigger” as evidenced by his values and, as Martin Luther Kind might say, the “content of his character”.

       
  7. sem

    January 21, 2013 at 7:28 PM

    As a ‘Black-Man’, please allow my understanding of the information provided by the “clip”. Which is to say; there is definately a difference between ‘Niggers’ and the ‘general population’. Anthony, I personally appreciate your understanding of the terminology.

    I am somewhat surprised at Yartaps response…but, each is own.

    Some of the responders to this article have read my comments on the various issues presented herein. Hence, verily I say unto thee; that thou judgest a “Man” by sight, thou shall be wrong eighty(80)% of the time.

    PeaceOut

     
    • Yartap

      January 21, 2013 at 8:02 PM

      sem, my friend, let me make my statement clearer.

      Niggers (of all races) don’t Vote! (Because they are too lazy and don’t care). Obama was elected by “Conflict of Interest” (all races that receive a government check and those with political goals) and feel gooder Whites (white people and guilty feeling white people).

       
  8. sem

    January 21, 2013 at 8:59 PM

    Content of Character=Eyes to See…Ears to Hear.

    Al, I perceive you to be a pretty good judge of character. Inasmuch as word usage, Yartap…may we be redeemed?!.

    Amiably

     
    • Yartap

      January 21, 2013 at 11:01 PM

      sem – Please – Yes!

       
  9. Anon4fun

    January 21, 2013 at 9:42 PM

    Yartap: “Niggers (of all races) don’t Vote!”

    Well said and something to keep in mind the next time one of Big Brother’s little helpers in the media tempts you to wander off to anarchist fantasyland in retreat from the field of political battle where your country’s future is being decided. We also see that Big Brother cares enough to glamorize the drugs-and-crime “gansta” lifestyle for impressionable young blacks, with, very tellingly, a frequent use of “nigger” in the entertainment products used for this purpose.

     
  10. brady byrum

    January 21, 2013 at 10:52 PM

    hey al. that blog was spot on. you want another controversial video to blog about?try this one out. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cElTyqJkMEw a very distasteful topic. but then again, so is the topic of “death at the hands of tyrants”. wow. Date: Mon, 21 Jan 2013 20:29:55 +0000 To: bradybyrum@hotmail.com

     
  11. 1st trustee

    January 22, 2013 at 1:40 AM

    Here we go again, with this B.S. Just because a “black man” comes on and talks about “niggas” vs “blacks” people seem to think anything he said justifies what they felt in their head. While I see his view points, much of what was said was simply an emotional rant backed by little to no facts that could make such an argument valid. From the papers, he took the time to write out his points, but not the time to research any of them (as have the people who co-sign with him). The topic is simply to complicated to be put in any one video….period!

    Here we have another example of someone who feels they know what the problem is and starts pointing fingers. While superficially, it seems that simple, it not. The group to which the person on the video is referring is a lot smaller than he makes them out the be. We come full circle back to “Bamboozled” in the fact that the culture is splintered. Due to this, one group is blaming another within the same culture. It’s akin to a dog chasing its tail.

    This topic is not truly controversial more than a “white guy [Adask]” has posted it and commented on the subject. Like I mentioned before, these topics are daily conversations within the “Black” community. People can bring up the whole “it’s not about race” talk, but the reality is, that ethnicity (can people ever learn that the term “race” is inaccurate?!) has and will continue to play a role in everything. It’s not unfortunate, but just the way it is.

    Some people just haven’t gotten over that fact and refuse to acknowledge it.

    Lastly, “blacks” have not gotten away with any type of “political murder.” Just because someone claims to be a “black leader” does not make it so, therefore any “murder” is not from “blacks” but from that sub-group with the minority. There are certain luxuries like political correctness that some blacks don’t have time for when food and shelter is an issue. If you don’t think that such an item is a luxury, then you have proven my point, but I digress.

     
    • Buck

      January 22, 2013 at 11:13 AM

      “The group to which the person on the video is referring is a lot smaller than he makes them out to be.”

      How do you know? When I watch his rant I believe he is referring to exactly the “nigger” who he identifies. If it’s a small subset within the black culture (or white), so be it. He doesn’t say otherwise nor does he unilaterally apply the subject matter of his rant to all blacks across the board with a broad stroke brush.

      “People can bring up the whole “it’s not about race” talk, but the reality is, that ethnicity has and will continue to play a role in everything”.

      Expound on this cause I’m not sure I understand what you mean. “Race”, “ethnicity” or whatever term you want to use to identify someone does not excuse bad behavior. Period.

       
      • 1st trustee

        January 22, 2013 at 12:37 PM

        No problem Buck.

        First, how do I know? Easy. Years of studying, interacting and being involved in the “Black” community.

        Secondly, what one believes to be true doesn’t make it so. His rant was rather unintelligible, fallacious, debilitated and archaic. But to someone with less perspicacity or some type of infatuation with “Black” matters (which I’m starting to believe is the case with Adask) it would seem meaningful or look like it holds any merit. “Black” people have been echoing the same thing he has with the same vigor for years. It’s clear his rant is from a non-empirical point with a narrow perception.

        As he start’s to talk, he starts to say “All Black people.” While I understand him to mean the “niggers” his comments start to drift in a general direction. For one “niggers” is a general term use in this context which is not defined. So he includes everyone who exhibits this assumed “nigger” behavior but fails to see that not everyone who exhibits the behavior he is ranting about falls into the category of “niggers” AND “Black people.” Both groups display these behaviors. It’s even a joke within the “Black” community which is called “a nigga moment.” Therefore his argument starts to fall apart rapidly. So how do we know when he referring to “niggers” vs “Black people” when the implications of his rant cover both parties?

         
  12. Valerio

    January 22, 2013 at 8:29 AM

    May I chime in this conversation with a bit of Black History not mentioned often enough. The racial problem is not what it appears to be, case in point: The conveniently murdered Malcom X the only black at the time that really stepped out and lead the negro…instill pride and ambition in them not violence and dependency like MLK did. (He had nothing to do with the deranged Black Panthers, they stole his reputation after he was murdered while the US gov demonized this authentic black leader) I am not talking about the Hollywood version but The real black man who who went from a life of crime to a true Black American Leader, sincerely loved his race and tried to educate. Instill in his people racial pride. And it was working! Malcom X was the Anti-Thesis of MLK he publicly called MLK a phoney and he was right. Malcom X said unequivocally..(may I paraphrase)…the black man should not take anything from the government because what the government gives it has the power to take away…He Warned so many times! He worked very hard to steer them away from the plantation mentality and dependency. He started schools and urged them continuously to start educating, providing for themselves and attain true independence, develop their entrepreneur skills to learn from the White Community. (Much like Booker T. Washington) He attacked MLK because he knew MLK was taking blacks down the path of dependency and depravity…FBI files on MLK closed till 2057 says it all.
    He told the truth when he pointed the finger at MLK aka Mike King, that Mike was paid by the the elites to stir up trouble and cause the blacks to revolt..when instead of marching and getting beaten up by the ‘man’ they should be starting up their own black businesses, educating themselves, providing and protecting their children and creating/building a prosperous black community…Because of the propaganda against Malcom, they ignored him, they wanted that big fat government/reparations check, so he was taken out and the current plight of the black race both in America and Africa speaks for itself. This is the mindset of many blacks that are afraid to speak out for fear of being ostracized a problem in Malcom’s time to present. Even Mohammed Ali
    (the boxer) agreed on public television with this truth and philosophy. Christian or Moslem the blacks still need to bootstrap and take a good hard look at themselves. Heck they could even rebuild Old Detroit to be the first prosperous black American city..a good goal, since they tore it to pieces over the last 50.
    Thank you.

     
  13. sem

    January 22, 2013 at 2:30 PM

    Valerio:

    I don’t have a photographic memory (per se), yet I distinctly remember you posting a comment on this site referring to President Obama as a ‘The Nigger’; a day before he won re-election.

    My point is — A leopard doesn’t change his spots overnight; therefore, your comment will be taken with a grain of salt.

    That said…may I advise, it is very important to consider ones use of wording in all ways; because memory ain’t no joke and often (depending on the offense) may be harmful.

    As those who viewed the “clip” may have noticed; the other black guy was very choosy with his word usage. There’s a reason for that!

    PeaceOut

     
    • Valerio

      January 22, 2013 at 4:23 PM

      you are entitled to your opinion

       
  14. Dan

    January 23, 2013 at 9:07 AM

    I am a Caucasian. I am NOT a racist. As a matter of fact, back in the mid 1960s when the whole racial “integration” thing was going on, my best friend was a black kid, one of the only dozen or so that attended our formerly all white elementary school then. I was ostracized for this and I took his side in the inevitable racially inspired schoolyard fights. (He was ALWAYS outnumbered.)

    In those days, when blacks were politely called “colored people” or “Negroes,” the word “nigger,” especially when mouthed by whites, was considered an insult an fell into disuse. In the last quarter of a century or so, many blacks have called each other “nigger” in a friendly kind of mock-insult way. I can understand this.This has been slangilized (New word; kind of like “dustified.”) to “nigga'” and this new word has crept into our American vocabulary.

    That being said, try this one on for size:

    I propose another new word…of sorts. I think this should be added to the dictionary. A “nigger,” is a black person yes but a special kind of black person: the kind of trunk rattling pants down and ass showing (generally but NOT exclusively male) black person.

    The original racially insulting word “nigger” would be definition number one whereas the context sensitive definition number two word “nigger” would be available for usage for a more specific differentiation within the black race. Definition 2(a) would refer to white people who display the same traits. Example: “He (white guy) thinks he’s a nigger. OR He is a white nigger. OR He wants to be a nigger.

     
  15. sem

    January 23, 2013 at 11:19 AM

    Dan:

    Spike Lee did the above movie. You should rent it…it’s called “bamboozled” ; the catch phrase throughout the movie was, “niggers is a beautiful thang…” so there’s no novelty, no prize.

    In fact, as inferred in 1stTrustee’s comment (above), why would anyone keep taking the scab off the wound (so to speak) and constantly injecting these ideas in the minds of the ignorant.

    The only logical reason for any manipulation is desparation. Al, this is not the type of “insight” that’s going to “GO Viral”.

    There are three types of people in the world; those who discuss IDEAS, those who discuss EVENTS and those who discuss OTHER PEOPLE.

    It’s time to move on…there’s nothing to see here.

    PeaceOut

     
    • Yartap

      January 23, 2013 at 2:02 PM

      sem,

      “In fact, as inferred in 1stTrustee’s comment (above), why would anyone keep taking the scab off the wound (so to speak) and constantly injecting these ideas in the minds of the ignorant.”

      I think I see and understand your point.

      sem, 1stTrustee and Al, can we agree that our problems with the moral and ethical public problems is inhanced by the media and social government?

       
    • Adask

      January 23, 2013 at 4:02 PM

      In fact, there’s a lot here (in the African-American community) to see. I’ve seen credible reports from one white man who opposes abortion that black women are currently aborting over 50% of their children. I attended a “black” Church last year while I was in Dallas. The minister claimed that over one-third of black babies are being aborted. If that 30 to 50% abortion rate continues, African-American community’s number will begin to decline. It’s not inconceivable that the number of blacks in the 2020 census might be less than the number of blacks in the 2010 census.

      Combine the high abortion rate along with high crime rate, high drug rate, high prostitution and homosexuality rate, high school drop-out rate in the African-American community, and we can see evidence of a people so deep into self-destruction that “African-Americans” as a discernible group could cease to exist before the end of this century.

      We may be watching the suicide of a racial group. And this is not the fault of “whitey”. American-Americans are literally killing themselves and their racial group. I’m not sure that any other racial group has ever committed itself so ferociously to self-destruction.

      And those who try to expose this seeming predisposition to suicide are described as a “racist”. Those who praise African-American behavior as benign expressions of “racial pride” are embraced as enlightened. But the first group (those who expose the suicidal behavior) are ultimately trying save some lives while those “politically correct” folks who are praising African-Americans are ultimately helping to get them killed.

      This is insanity and there is plenty to “see” if we care to stop it.

       
  16. 1st trustee

    January 23, 2013 at 4:42 PM

    Adask, what you’re saying is laughable. Blacks cease to exist?! There is no evidence of that (actually the opposite is closer to being true, but that’s another topic). The information that you may base your inference on are not verified and no matter how “credible” a person may seem, we must take a hard look at statistics as they are so easily manipulated. Due diligence is hard work. However, for one who just an observer, you have a right to your opinion of what you think about our culture/community.

    It’s also funny how you use the word “here” as if you are apart of the community. Then you go to say “And this is not the fault of ‘whitey’ “. You seem to lack any real information (that due diligence thing). I’m not claiming that everything is “whiteys” fault, but they/you have a hand in it. Not necessarily directly, but indirectly everyone plays their part. I don’t expect observes to understand, have accurate information or frankly give a damn. It’s just what it is and rightfully so. As I’ve said before, you have the luxury of your opinions.

    If you would like to do more than have minute experiences with Blacks and base your thoughts on those trivial moments, I’ll be more than happy to show you what’s really happening (but I’ll make the assumption that’s a rabbit hole you don’t really care to venture down). If you actually care to help rather than contribute to the madness, I got your back! If you’re just going make baseless claims, that’s fine too. Just know the difference. As the popular saying goes in our culture, “Everyone wants to be a nigga, but nobody wants to be a nigga.” If you don’t understand that statement, then my point is prove yet again.

     
    • Adask

      January 23, 2013 at 11:34 PM

      i agree that it would be laughable if I had said that “blacks would cease to exist.” But I didn’t write”blacks” because the term might be construed by some to mean all Negroes, including those in Africa. Therefore, I wrote “African-Americans”.

      More, I didn’t even write that “African-Americans” WOULD “cease to exist”. I wrote that “African-Americans” “as a discernible group COULD cease to exist by the end of this century.” Of course, there’ll still be some people in this country of fairly recent African descent. But as a “discernible group”–as a political entity based primary on race–they might no longer exist.

      As for my knowledge of blacks, I don’t pretend to be well-informed. But I do pretend to have a little common sense, and while I also don’t know much about Eskimos, my common sense tells me that if Eskimo women are aborting 50% of their babies, there won’t be many Eskimos in the next few years. In fact, if the Eskimo women persist in aborting 50% of their babies, the day may be coming when the Eskimo population collapses and becomes almost extinct.

      In the same sense, if African-American women are aborting 50% of their babies, common sense tells me that the African-American population is going to decline. If that rate of abortion persists for the next 80 years, then come the 22nd century, “African-Americans” might cease to exist as a significant and “discernible” racial or political force.

      I also pretend to have enough common sense to know that–even if I were the Grand Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan–if I pointed to statistics that African-American women were aborting 50% of their children, that my message should not be dismissed as “laughable” by anyone who actually cared about the African-American population.

      Abortion among African-Americans is a big issue. The magnitude of that issue is shocking. So, it shouldn’t make any difference if I am black, brown, yellow or white when I raise that issue. Somebody ought to be more concerned with the issue of abortion than with my “credentials” to raise the issue. Someone ought to be more determined to address the issue of abortion than try to make an issue out of my limited experience with African-Americans.

       
      • 1sttrustee

        January 27, 2013 at 12:54 PM

        Buck, I’m not all over the map. My map is just more detailed than yours. To fully explain my previous comments would take a small seminar to even scratch the surface and again if you really wanted to know “Blacks” I’m sure you would be asking questions, instead you accuse me of ad hominem tactics which in itself is an ad hominem. I can point you to the books (as I have offered multiple times) for you to gain understanding.

        Next, let me clear up some assumptions first. In now way do I feel attacked; am I taking it personal or attacking anyone. I’m only “attacking” the points made by people. There is no evidence of me attacking anyone, only the misconstruing of my words from a lack of questioning to get clarification on what I’m saying. And if correcting people with erroneous information and inferences is deemed as me taking it personal then I am guilty. If I recall, the people in this blog come from a certain education level according to a past post written? So, is it out of line to correct and point out fallacious arguments? Maybe. Onward.

        Adask, I’m not questioning your use of the words “Black” or “African-American” (as both are misnomers). I think it is clear who you are referring to. Also, “would” vs “could” doesn’t really play a role in what I said before.

        Now, I think you have been clear as to your ignorance of the Black experience also. As you seem to very interested in this ethnic group. But let’s move to the point of common sense. One, there is no such thing as “common sense,” only acquired sense. It’s common sense not to call or even think about calling Spike Lee a “Nigger Director,” but obviously that’s not common sense. I would say it’s “common sense” to stop using the word “race” and replace it with “ethnicity.” Maybe you should define who the sense you speak of is “common” to. With your conclusion about the 50% abortion rate, it’s still asinine. How could one make a logical deduction to your point? From pointing out high rates? There is a big differences between correlation and causality. I’m merely pointing that out. Statistics can be a dangerous things when not properly understood, hence my saying that Adask has no real information. On top of that the math doesn’t add up. For a ethnicity (not race) to “cease to exist” they would have to divide at a great rate than they multiply. If Blacks are aborting 50% of their children, this means that they [the ethnic group] are still in fact multiplying. For “50%” to mean anything, we’d have to know how many children the average Black woman is having (which makes the point fallacious again). All the “high rates” you pointed out do not equal death rates. They are just high rates.

        Lastly, the abortion is a huge issue to outsiders because they can not see the root of the issue (the real issues that are ignored). The abortion is only a result of a bigger issue. So again, your credentials are a non-issue here (because you don’t have any with this topic). Additionally, your comment “that my message should not be dismissed as “laughable” by anyone who actually cared about the African-American population,” is another fallacious argument. If YOU really care about the Black community, then you may start seeing the points being made and try to understand how one’s ignorance to the damage caused by them doesn’t mean they aren’t causing damage.

        I admit to assuming this is a place where we can exchange information in an intelligent manner and one would welcome a correction of their points. Maybe I’m wrong. Maybe we are just here to share our opinions and ignore anything which may point to our ignorance. How many many times can I say ‘you’re entitled to [the luxury of] your opinions’ to show that I understand your words as mere speculation? Can I not have an opinion about others opinion or point out the flaws in them with information one many not be privy too?

        Damage control brother, that’s what I’m doing. Just because you can’t see (or refuse to acknowledge) the damage doesn’t mean it doesn’t exist. I have a high respect for Adask. It’s why I’m here. Nevertheless, a sophomoric comment is a sophomoric comment regardless of the source.

         
      • Adask

        January 27, 2013 at 4:40 PM

        I’ve admitted being ignorant of the essentials of the “black experience”. But what I object to is the presumption that I should be expected to know any more about, or be any more sensitive to, the “black experience” than most blacks are expected to know anything about and be sensitive to the “white experience”.

        I don’t care if you’re black or if anyone else is black. Not my concern. Not my problem. But I am regularly subjected to the idea that I have to give a damn about blacks. Why should I be compelled by law (say, affirmative action) to pay any more attention to the black experience than I do to my own “white experience”?

        Some people might see my fundamental indifference as insulting to blacks, but I don’t much give a damn about whites, either. And it’s easy not to give a damn about whites because they’re not constantly claiming in person, in politics, or in the media that I owe them something simply because of the color of their skin, or their ethnicity or their race or their “legacy of slavery” or some such. Nobody is trying to hustle me based on their white skin.

        But I can’t say that for blacks. I’ve had 50 years of listening to the sad stories of blacks and every one of those sad stories blames me for something I’ve never done. As I’ve asked in a previous post, How long shall a people (whites) who’ve never owned slaves be held liable to another people (blacks) who’ve never been slaves for the crime of slavery that ended almost 150 years ago? When does the day come when blacks are required to be as sensitive to the “white experience” as whites are to the “black experience”?

        For example, is slavery bad? Is the “legacy of slavery” the reason why a substantial percentage of blacks seem perpetually determined to screw up, fail, and live in poverty or on welfare?

        Well, if slavery is bad, how long shall I and other whites be slaves to blacks? Crazy question? Another example of my “sophomoric” mindset? Well, this goes to the difference between the “black experience” and the “white experience”. What blacks see as “affirmative action” (giving unearned financial support and social support to which blacks are entitled based on an alleged heritage of racism), some whites see as “slavery” (being compelled by law to take food our of our children’s mouths to support African-Americans.

        Those with a “black experience” see affirmative action as an “entitlement”. Those with the “white experience” see affirmative action as “slavery”. Which “experience” offers a more objective reflection of the truth? Given that those of the “black experience” have never been slaves, what is the real basis for their “entitlement”? Given that those of the current “white experience” have never owned any slaves, how can they be held liable for a crime they never committed to people who have never been subjected to that particular crime? How is it that “affirmative action” (taking from whites to give to blacks) is different from white slave owners of 200 years ago taking the productive energy of black slaves to enrich the white slave owner and his family?

        I guarantee that “slavery” of 200 years ago was every bit as enshrined in law as the “affirmative action” of the past 50 years. Both legal relationships allowed one group to profit from the work and productive energy of another group. So, tell me the fundamental difference between slavery and affirmative action. The only difference I can see is that under “slavery” some whites oppressed some blacks, while under affirmative action, some blacks are oppressing some whites.

        Of course, modern whites have never owned slaves and modern blacks have never been slaves, but whites are still held liable for the crime of slavery. What possible justification can there be for holding modern whites liable for slavery that ended 150 years ago? Racial guilt? Am I expected to accept the fact that I owe something special to blacks merely because my skin is white and some some white people I’m not even related to kept slaves 150 years ago?

        Or do I owe a debt to blacks because some whites have continued to oppress blacks with “lingering racism”? White bias against blacks? That’s one argument to justify affirmative action.

        But if that were true, how are we going to stop racism committed by whites against blacks by legalizing racism (affirmative action) committed by blacks against white? What are the moral credentials of blacks who complain that ancestors they never knew and can seldom even name were kept slaves by whites, if those same blacks believe that its only “fair” that today, blacks should be entitled to subject whites to the “slavery” of paying the bill for “affirmative action”?

        From the perspective of the “white experience,” it appears that blacks don’t mind the concept of slavery at all. Blacks merely object to being slaves, but they don’t object having slaves for themselves. Affirmative action is one example of blacks keeping white slaves. Prostitution in the black community is an example of blacks keeping black slaves. Drug dealing by blacks and drug addiction of blacks is another example of blacks keeping black slaves. When will blacks be as repulsed by the idea of having slaves as they are against the idea of having been slaves?

        Over the past 50 years, the “white experience” has been to pay alleged debts that we never incurred to blacks; to watch jobs that whites were qualified to take go to blacks who were technically unqualified for the job except for the fact that their skin was dark; to see some white children unable to get into some colleges they were qualified to enter because they weren’t members of the black race. And–perhaps most offensively–we whites are condemned as “racists” if we dare object to being discriminated against (and that’s what affirmative action is: racial discrimination) based on our race. We’re even condemned as “racists” if we dare observe that nobody is going to stop racism against blacks by enforcing racism against whites.

        What I’d like to know is when will this bullshit end? When will we whites be relieved of the “White Man’s Burden” of supporting African-Americans? 50 years? 100 hundred years? When will the vast majority of African-Americans take responsibility for their own lives and stop blaming “whitey” for their problems? Ever?

        Martin Luther King Jr made his “I Have A Dream” speech back in A.D. 1963. In that speech, King said “I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character.” It seemed a noble dream. But note that King didn’t say that he dreamed that his children (and other blacks) would never be “judged“–only that they would not be “judged by the color of their skin.”

        Guess what, King’s dream’s been achieved. Right now, most whites are willing to judge most blacks by the “content of their character” rather than the color of their skin. And the niggers can stand it. I didn’t say “blacks”. I didn’t say “African-Americans”. I said “niggers”–some of the biggest racists the world’s ever seen. These “niggers” are the people who insist that the reason they’re losers is because whitey discriminates against them (“judges” them) based on their race. But the truth is that most of whitey’s judgments of blacks are based on character rather than race.

        The problem for “niggers” is that they have little or no “character” and thus the judgment goes against them. But the niggers insist that any negative judgment against them must be based on their race rather than their character, education, intelligence, work ethic. Thus, the “niggers” who are without “character” have become dependent on racism as an excuse for their own failures. If there were no presumption of racism against blacks, the niggers would have to admit that they’re solely responsible for their physical and psychological survival. They don’t want to accept that responsibility. They don’t want King’s Dream. They don’t want to be judged on the basis of their minimal or non-existent “character”. They want to be judged only by the color of their skin–which is fundamentally all they’ve needed to qualify for affirmative action, “get over” on whitey and assume the role of perpetual, professional “victim” who’s always “entitled” to something he didn’t personally earn.

        Of course, all of my observations are from the perspective of the “white experience”. Those speaking from the “black experience” may dismiss my observations as absurd beause I don’t understand the “black experience”. And if I try to understand the “black experience,” I’m told that–being white–I can’t understand the black experience. Thus, I’m caught in a trap. If I say anything about blacks, my skin color makes me too ignorant to understand the “black experience”. If I try to overcome my ignorance, I’m told that my skin color makes it impossible for me to understand the “black experience”.

        OK–I accept that. If my skin color makes my attempts to understand blacks ludicrous, I simply won’t waste any more time “trying to understand”.

        But, if I can’t understand the “black experience,” it follows that blacks are similarly incapable of understanding the “white experience”.

        Therefore, blacks can ridicule my opinions as sophomoric, and I will ridicule black opinions as … well, how ’bout “ignorant” (from the perspective of the “white experience”)

        Now, blacks don’t have to understand or even respect my “white experience” and I don’t have to understand or respect your “black experience”.

        We’re making real progress. You don’t have to hear me. I don’t have to hear you.

        Separate but equally ignorant.

        George Wallace would be proud.

         
  17. Buck

    January 23, 2013 at 11:15 PM

    1st trustee, you’re all over the map here. I don’t follow you at this point. “I’m not claiming that everything is ‘whitey’s’ fault, but they/you have a hand in it.”

    Really? What the hell does that even mean? Adask never contributed to the status of the “niggers” as the guy in Pastor Manning’s video states, nor did I. I’ve lived in Dallas, Houston, Los Angeles and Charlotte, close to black communities and far away from them, have worked with blacks and worked with whites. What is, is. Period.

    I think Adask puts forth some simple math about declining numbers among blacks. Why do you have to feel so attacked? Why carry this burden? If you are not the guy being described in the video that was posted on this blog, then quit taking it so personally. I’m not that guy, and I don’t take it personal.

     
  18. Timmy

    January 24, 2013 at 8:17 PM

    Some say the proof is in the pudding…. a casual overview of the various ethnic communities where they are homogenous tells the tale. That says zero of course about any given individual, but it says something about a group on the whole.

     
  19. 1sttrustee

    January 27, 2013 at 9:32 PM

    Funny enough, I agree with you Adask. It seems the purpose my comments have been misplaced however. I have made no presumptions of any kind. There is no evidence of that. I’m not blaming you though there are those that would. When I say you have a hand in it, you do, because everyone does. If one has paid attention to how I comment on this topic, they can see that I never address the cause of the issues, but only acknowledge them. Your skin has nothing to do with if you understand the “Black experience” or not. I’ve even said before that it doesn’t matter if you even care. Again I completely agree. So please don’t blanket my statement about your opinion as a whole. I was only talking about the “cease to exist” comment.

    I have offered numerous times to share more info to expand the conversation, but have never been taken up on the offer nor has anyone asked any question to get more clarification about what is being said. One could only conclude that while everyone has an opinion on the topic, they don’t want to know more. That’s fine. Still, if I point out an err in one’s thinking due to a lack of knowledge, it should not be taken as any form of attack on that person, only the idea.

    I’m only giving more perspective with missing information people probably don’t have. I don’t expect one to study or care about the “Black experience” but if you’re going to talk about it, let’s talk about it then. I don’t know how slavery and affirmative action came into the picture but we can cover that. And to be brief, I agree with you. Affirmative action is BS and Blacks need to get over Slavery. I’d say most Blacks don’t really understand slavery beyond what was taught to them in school. There are a multitude of reasons for this but those points are beyond the scope of this conversation.

     
    • Adask

      January 28, 2013 at 12:09 AM

      The reason I often don’t take anyone up on their offers of information is that I already receive more information than I can possibly read. My inability to respond to most information has nothing to do with my notion of the information’s value, but only with how much time, energy and life I have available to me.

      I get up to 200 email a day. If I spend just 3 minutes reading and answering each email, that would take 10 hours a day, 70 hours a week. And then, I could start writing the articles I want to write or reading the articles I want to read. I can’t devote 70 hours a week to email. So most have to be deleted, often unread. It’s nothing personal. But there are only so many hours in the day, and I can only do so much.

      The black/white relationship is explosive that almost no one wants to enter into a real dialogue based on mutual respect–even when the disagree. But it seems that you and I might be doing that. We are not so different, after all.

      Good.

       
  20. BvN Staff member

    March 3, 2013 at 1:32 PM

    Great post. Visit blacksvsniggers.com for more analysis.

     
  21. Rex

    July 4, 2015 at 12:09 AM

    We still live in the best country in the world. None of us chose our color when we were born. The golden rule being followed would solve all race problems in America. Religious problems are different. Some Religions are nothing but Cults, but God will sort that out on Judgment Day. Rex

     

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