I often read a blog named ‘Stuff Black People Don’t Like’, authored by a guy named Paul Kersey.
His basic them is that of ‘Black Run America’, and the woes and whyfores of the system which allows these thugs to breed within the American system in the first place.
But argue online, using either the terms of SBPDL, or the articulate statements used by the guy in the video, and the thunderous tones bleating ‘Racist’ echo down the lines.
We know its happening, but until some really loud voice comes along and states ‘that is not the American way’, we are literally stuck with the pattern.
Thanks for the reminder about SBPDL — an excellent blog I used to read regularly then, for whatever reason, forgot about.
Am checking in now to read the latest …
“…I have a dream…. I have a dream that one day my children will be judged not by the colour of their skin but by the content of their character….”
Oh, the irony. Rights demanded on the basis of skin colour, not character. Black people demanding special privilege based solely on their skin colour. How far we have fallen.
Indeed, the victim-hood culture is ingrained, however it should also be pointed out, that, the victim-hood culture has become an industry in the US of A [not so much in the UK but it grows].
Poor people, of whatever melanistic pigment are put down upon or, so they think and told to.
It’s a state of mind – victim-hood, and encouraged by all sorts of bodies not wholly given to altruistic, philanthropic ideals.
I’d go further and say that, it is in the interests of many lobbyists, political agitators, NGOs, Charidees and those who seek to propagate divisiveness that, to suit the purposes of the aforementioned – poor people are kept precisely where they are, poor and ill educated.
Fight the professional agitators, end their whispering poisons into the ears of those who are not capable of seeing a wider picture and, kill off the Cultural Marxist doctrine of Multiculturalism.
Defund the agitators, teach equity, rescind all laws [all alien judicial bodies] which embed and entrench inequality [discrimination acts]. Because, until we are all recognized as individual beings and as one, ‘WE THE PEOPLE’ and not AS separate ethnic groups, there can be no equality.
Thus evidently, the law must be indivisible, impartial, DISPASSIONATE AND ceaselessly vigilant to disallowing prejudice and therefore there can never be, any accordance with, no accommodation of, utterly alien creeds and cultures.
It has always been clear to me that the problem black people have is simply they are black,it does upset them.
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