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yes poor ass whites never get the shine they so sorely need

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Originally posted by Traylee Traylee wrote:

 

"However politicians don't routinely recommended and rally for shiftless whites to be shipped back to Europe. It's always Welfare blacks and never welfare whites. Heck Pres Obama is one of the most intelligent presidents we have had."

Lawd, tell it! I get so sick and damn tired of people like Rep. Paul Ryan claiming “inner city poverty” results from folks who’ve refused to work for generations. They claim those “urban people” would rather live off the government than earn an honest day’s pay. They talk about how crack cocaine has destroyed the black community.

You never, ever hear those same people talking about rural whites in the same manner. Nope, those “good, hardworking Americans” have been dealt a raw deal, a bad hand; their poverty is a result of circumstances beyond their control. You never hear those same folks complain about the various types of addiction that have ravaged parts of Eastern KY.  For them, poor people in Eastern KY are poor because of something that was done TO them; poor people in NOLA are poor because of something they’ve done to themselves.

Pharrell is right that there are some issues that are our own, of our own making, but even those issues can be directly correlated to white privilege, domination, and the policies they’ve enacted. The last slave was freed in 1964, not 1865. We never got that 40 acres nor that mule. Instead, we got an additional 100 years of indentured servitude, terrorism, robbery, rape, and murder. There are big problems in the Black community, no doubt, but in a very short period of time we’ve come a mighty, mighty long way. 



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Hell yes Traylee!!
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*Insert church woman dancing gif*
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what makes him so knowledgeable about this subject? he really needs to stop talking.
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Originally posted by beautiful-stranger beautiful-stranger wrote:

I agree with him, while you can't change anyone else's mentality you can change your own and your circumstance. I see nothing wrong with telling people to get off their ass and start taking responsibility for your own success or failure. 


The bolded is what I understood from his quote. Besides the fact that he may be a coon, a vampire, a _____________, he is right when he meant that you need to take responsability for your life.
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So Basically he's a glorified coon.
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Lilaca, place him down in the coon column.Stern Smile
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Originally posted by GoodGirlGoneGr8 GoodGirlGoneGr8 wrote:

His mentality is so devoid of any connection with reality.


That's because it isn't his reality. Why do you think that black boy who bought a belt at Barney's was harrassed by police as soon as he stepped out, and Jay Z got to work on designing something for Barneys? Because one was unknown and poor and the other is famous and black.
People become color blinded when they see money. Green is all they see.
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Originally posted by Starrygurl Starrygurl wrote:

Originally posted by pinkecube pinkecube wrote:

Originally posted by Alias_Avi Alias_Avi wrote:

Everyone needs to listen to Dr. Joy DeGruy's lecture on Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome and Cognitive Dissonance


I watched the shorter one first and thank you for posting this.Thumbs UpClap After watching it she hit the nail on the head. If the black person speaks about the injustice its "you're too hyper sensitive" or "reverse racism". All bullsh*t. It's like we don't have the right to point out our own injustices, or it becomes "that black person who is just whining all the time". This is the kind of crap we are dealing with now. Even other blacks are being fooled by it, this recent societal pressure to not speak up about something that is clearly racist or offensive. We now encourage each other to shut up. It's some weird psychological brainwash that we don't have the right to speak up when we have been wronged-- and even when you do speak up, everyone has been trained to deafen their ears to it when it comes from the mouth of the person who actually experiences it. Then we get called the angry black woman, the aggressive black man, the reverse racist.

I'm watching through the first video(the long one) and it's very interesting. "Culture is a huge part of creating a stable human being" Her message really resonates with me. I'm agreeing with everything she's saying, gonna watch the entire thing.


I heard of her before and watch some.  There is this old white lady I know, the who did that black, white doll test I think, but currently did something with college students. And one white girl walk out crying.LOL



@starry - what was this test with college students about?

@pinkiecube - I see the "stop being so sensitive" all over the media. I hate reading the comments section on anything about blacks being discriminated or accusing someone of discrimination because they get sooo many nasty comments saying that blacks are too sensitive, they need to get over it, it's 2014, blablabla.
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