Eminence Grise said:
I'm not black because I don't go around painting myself as a victim of everything? If I hated myself, I'd behave like you and the coons like you. What you all do is self-hate...holding yourselves back and poisoning your own minds by convincing yourselves that you're inferior. Even worse, you degenerate apes reproduce and then feed that same bullsh*t to your children...essentially keeping the cycle of inferiority going. fu*k outta here, ole vacant brain a.ss n*gga. You can't recommend a book because you don't know of such a book. You n*ggas don't read, we know this. So quit acting.
I bet when the year 2,500 comes, if I were to travel back to earth in spirit just to see what's going on, I'd still see n*ggas doing the same sh*t they're doing now and blaming the white man for all their problems.
Dude..I don't agree with many of the anti-white or over-ly blame comments on here sometimes...but...
Jim Crow was 1 generation ago. Any adult in their mid-20s-30s had a parent who grew up in that era. Parents who didn't have the same educational opportunities...job opportunites. Parents who were mistreated and TOLD that they're inferior. What is the impact of that compared to a long ancestral record of success with whites & others?
I find that ever since Obama has been elected, people are even more dismissive of the fact that there is still inequality. There is still racial profiling, black men are still given longer and harsher sentences in comparison. There are still people who believe black hair isn't good hair...that you have to be mixed or white to be beautiful. The 1960s-1970s was not that long ago
Poverty and Struggle is a cycle...it's generational. So tell me, seeing as I pointed out that much of the horrors was 1 generation ago, what did America do to apologize for it? Did they invest in the neighborhoods and their schools? What did they do? Notice again, I disagree strongly with some of the ignorant opinions on here