Is black racism more virtuous than other racisms?

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kaylagrl

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Racism towards whites? Give me a break. This is not about hurt feelings. Mr Jackson was correct. Although it depends how you define racism. Yes Black people can be just as bigoted towards whites as the other way around. But there is a huge difference between hurt feelings and having your livelihood and dignity taken away. White wealth in the us is 10 times that of black. What is that? It is either a. systematic racims or b. inferiority. Same goes with incarceration rates, suicide rates, abortion rates.
Or C, that there has been a victim mentality ingrained in some of the black community. And that leads to hopelessness and helplessness. The Dem has groomed the black vote for yrs. You need us to succeed, victim. Yet look at any Dem run city in the US right now. People are actually fleeing from them. Here's a few fast facts...

Rising from poverty to economic prosperity is a common narrative for immigrants from all backgrounds in the West. For example, after the communist takeover of Cuba in 1959, many refugees fled to America, leaving most of their wealth behind and having to start from the bottom. But by 1990, second-generation Cuban Americans were twice as likely to earn an annual salary of $50,000 than non-Hispanic whites in the United States.

Japanese Americans, for example: For nearly four decades in the 20th century (1913 – 1952), this group was legally prevented from owning land and property in over a dozen American states. Moreover, 120,000 Japanese Americans were interned during World War II. But by 1959, the income disparity between Japanese Americans and white Americans nearly vanished. Today, Japanese Americans outperform whites by large margins in income statistics, education outcomes, test scores and incarceration rates.

According to median household income statistics from the US Census Bureau, several minority groups substantially out-earn whites. These groups include Pakistani Americans, Lebanese Americans, South African Americans, Filipino Americans, Sri Lankan Americans and Iranian Americans (in addition to several others).
Indians... are the highest-earning ethnic group the census keeps track of, with almost double the household median income of whites


Interestingly, several black immigrant groups such as Nigerians, Barbadians, Ghanaians and Trinidadians & Tobagonians have a median household income well above the American average. Ghanian Americans, to take one example, earn more than several specific white groups such as Dutch Americans, French Americans, Polish Americans, British Americans and Russian Americans. Do Ghanaians have some kind of sub-Saharan African privilege?

Nigerian Americans, meanwhile, are one of the most educated groups in America, as one Rice University survey indicates. Though they make up less than 1 percent of the black population in America, nearly 25 percent of the black student body at Harvard Business School in 2013 consisted of Nigerians. In post-bachelor education, 61 percent of Nigerian Americans over the age of 25 hold a graduate degree compared to only 32 percent for the US-born population.

These facts challenge the prevailing progressive notion that America’s institutions are built to universally favor whites and “oppress” minorities or blacks. On the whole, whatever “systemic racism” exists appears to be incredibly ineffectual, or even nonexistent, given the multitude of groups who consistently eclipse whites.

Today, 15.7 million white Americans (almost twice as many as black Americans) live in poverty. Given such facts, why would we deem all white people as privileged, even if whites have lower poverty rates compared to African Americans and Hispanics?

It should also be noted that suicide rates are disproportionately high among the white population. In 2018, whites had the highest suicide rate of 16.03 per 100,000. The New York Times has reported that whites are dying faster than they are being born in a majority of US states — in large part due to high rates of substance abuse and suicide. In comparison, black Americans had a suicide rate less than half of whites (6.96) and Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders had the lowest rate of 6.88 per 100,000. In this context, do blacks and Asians have some kind of unmerited “privilege” they must atone for?

If we look at health outcomes reported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, we find that African Americans are less likely than whites to die of several health conditions such as bladder cancer, leukemia, esophageal cancer, lung cancer, bladder cancer, brain cancer and skin cancer, to take a few arbitrary examples. But no one in their right mind would protest any “health privilege” enjoyed by African Americans in these instances.


Rather than “whiteness,” an exponentially more predictive privilege in life is growing up with two parents.
This is why 41 percent of children born to single mothers grow up in poverty whereas only 8 percent of children living in married-couple families are impoverished. In a racial context, the poverty rate among two-parent black families is only 7.5 percent, compared to 11 percent among whites as a whole and 22 percent among whites in single-parent homes. In fact, since 1994 the poverty rate among married black Americans has been consistently lower than the white poverty rate. Furthermore, an illustrative study published in the Journal of Marriage and Family found that when controlling for family structure, the black-white poverty gap is reduced by over 70 percent.


*excerpts taken from an article in the NY post
 
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Racism towards whites? Give me a break. This is not about hurt feelings. Mr Jackson was correct. Although it depends how you define racism. Yes Black people can be just as bigoted towards whites as the other way around. But there is a huge difference between hurt feelings and having your livelihood and dignity taken away. White wealth in the us is 10 times that of black. What is that? It is either a. systematic racims or b. inferiority. Same goes with incarceration rates, suicide rates, abortion rates. Are blacks more immoral, or inclined to crime? The answer is no. The cause is called systematic racism. This country and many in it black and white are victims of a sick mentality called white supremacy. It destroys the souls of white folks just as much as the lives of black people. Yes black and white are victims. It is a social construct developed in the 1600s in order to pit poor and middle class whites against blacks instead of against the elite social structure of inequality. If society had listened to the pleas of black folks over the last 50 years, there would be no BLM. And, if people would listen and heed today, they would be gone soon. If you don't listen then it will get worse. White people have created BLM and if you don't like them then listen to the reality of balck people. If you do not believe in systematic racism, then i am sorry but you have been brainwashed by the devil. Yes it is problem number 1 here in the USA. You eliminate systematic racism and you will see dramatic drops in crime and other sins.

Eliminate poverty and you will see dramatic drops in abortions. What is the main cause of abortion? POVERTY. Yes, so if you sincerely want to see abortion end, you will have to end poverty. There is no reason for it to exist anymore. There are enough resources for anyone. If someone is willing to work hard, they should have no problem paying bills. If someone is unable to work, then we have enough and it only takes a little generosity for everyone to be fed, clothed and nourished. Making abortion illegal does nothing and helps nothing. If you eliminate poverty and systematic racism, then you I guarantee abortion and violent crimes will go way down. We can and we should make the world better. America needs to repent. While we are actually a pretty great country in many ways. We could be so much better by repenting and correcting this sin of white supremacy.
Honestly, I think the cause is destruction of the black family, which was mainly caused by the welfare system. If that's what you mean by systemic racism, then you hit the nail on the head. Just a few decades ago, black families were poorer than we are today, but there was less violence in our communities, more fathers in the home, and substantially fewer abortions (regardless of socioeconomic status). Neither poverty nor systemic racism is the cause of abortions, violence, and other problems today. If that were the case, those problems would have been worse decades ago, when poverty was higher and racism more rampant and accepted. The destruction of the black family, and seemingly worsening depravity in society at large, seem to be at the root.
 

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Racism towards whites? Give me a break. This is not about hurt feelings. Mr Jackson was correct. Although it depends how you define racism. Yes Black people can be just as bigoted towards whites as the other way around. But there is a huge difference between hurt feelings and having your livelihood and dignity taken away. White wealth in the us is 10 times that of black. What is that? It is either a. systematic racims or b. inferiority. Same goes with incarceration rates, suicide rates, abortion rates. Are blacks more immoral, or inclined to crime? The answer is no. The cause is called systematic racism. This country and many in it black and white are victims of a sick mentality called white supremacy. It destroys the souls of white folks just as much as the lives of black people. Yes black and white are victims. It is a social construct developed in the 1600s in order to pit poor and middle class whites against blacks instead of against the elite social structure of inequality. If society had listened to the pleas of black folks over the last 50 years, there would be no BLM. And, if people would listen and heed today, they would be gone soon. If you don't listen then it will get worse. White people have created BLM and if you don't like them then listen to the reality of balck people. If you do not believe in systematic racism, then i am sorry but you have been brainwashed by the devil. Yes it is problem number 1 here in the USA. You eliminate systematic racism and you will see dramatic drops in crime and other sins.

Eliminate poverty and you will see dramatic drops in abortions. What is the main cause of abortion? POVERTY. Yes, so if you sincerely want to see abortion end, you will have to end poverty. There is no reason for it to exist anymore. There are enough resources for anyone. If someone is willing to work hard, they should have no problem paying bills. If someone is unable to work, then we have enough and it only takes a little generosity for everyone to be fed, clothed and nourished. Making abortion illegal does nothing and helps nothing. If you eliminate poverty and systematic racism, then you I guarantee abortion and violent crimes will go way down. We can and we should make the world better. America needs to repent. While we are actually a pretty great country in many ways. We could be so much better by repenting and correcting this sin of white supremacy.
So you deny there is racism against whites? Take a look at South Africa! On a global scale there has never been this much racism against whites as today. And when we ask deeper why they are against whites, it’s utter ignorance or propaganda not fitting todays story.

Don’t blame other people when other people don’t get their stuff together. You don’t get your way to the top by complaining and blaiming others, it’s a ticket to prison that mentality.
 

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Take a look at South Africa!
Don't forget Zimbabwe. After all these decades they want to compensate the whites for stealing their land and properties. This was a classic case of black racism, which was very ugly:

"Two decades after President Robert Mugabe wrecked Zimbabwe’s economy by urging black subsistence farmers to violently force white commercial farmers and their workers off their land, his successor has thrown in the towel."

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/arti...land-to-recompense-dispossessed-white-farmers
 

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Don't forget Zimbabwe. After all these decades they want to compensate the whites for stealing their land and properties. This was a classic case of black racism, which was very ugly:

"Two decades after President Robert Mugabe wrecked Zimbabwe’s economy by urging black subsistence farmers to violently force white commercial farmers and their workers off their land, his successor has thrown in the towel."

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/arti...land-to-recompense-dispossessed-white-farmers
It is white genocide. They kill white farmers blaming them for past things and steal their property. Later they are left behind hungry blaming white men again....

I dont understand people like Rastai only living in the past not seeing what is going on today.
 

rastai

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So you deny there is racism against whites? Take a look at South Africa! On a global scale there has never been this much racism against whites as today. And when we ask deeper why they are against whites, it’s utter ignorance or propaganda not fitting todays story.

Don’t blame other people when other people don’t get their stuff together. You don’t get your way to the top by complaining and blaiming others, it’s a ticket to prison that mentality.
I can't really comment on Africa. I am talking about the USA.
 

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I can't really comment on Africa. I am talking about the USA.
There is also more black on white racism in the states then vice versa (if we would follow your logic of reasoning). How did you even got to a point where you deny racism coming from blacks? Why do you link poverty in cultural ghettos to racism?
The world has seen educated blacks too and they don’t talk the way you talk. They don’t go blame others but get their stuff together and start educating themselves and children to make it better for themselves.

There are equal rights in the west, there is no where on earth where there is more equality then in the west and Israel. This wasn’t always so, but it was so last decades. So maybe some people should get their priorities in place and come up for people where it really matters. Even though that may not sound political correct. Let’s become historical correct from now on and shed some light on the present day.
 

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There is also more black on white racism in the states then vice versa (if we would follow your logic of reasoning). How did you even got to a point where you deny racism coming from blacks? Why do you link poverty in cultural ghettos to racism?
The world has seen educated blacks too and they don’t talk the way you talk. They don’t go blame others but get their stuff together and start educating themselves and children to make it better for themselves.

There are equal rights in the west, there is no where on earth where there is more equality then in the west and Israel. This wasn’t always so, but it was so last decades. So maybe some people should get their priorities in place and come up for people where it really matters. Even though that may not sound political correct. Let’s become historical correct from now on and shed some light on the present day.
Actually black racism towards white is virtually non existant in the usa whereas white supremacy and racism is everywhere. If you are a true believer ask God for insight and you will see.
 

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Actually black racism towards white is virtually non existant in the usa whereas white supremacy and racism is everywhere. If you are a true believer ask God for insight and you will see.
Can you give me an example of white supremacy in the states or Europe?
 

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Can you give me an example of white supremacy in the states or Europe?
I cannot speak for Europe. In the USA- The incarceration rate for blacks is 6 times that of whites. the wealth of whites is 10 times that of blacks. blacks are 4 times more likely to be arrested for marijuana possession yet studies show that use is equal amongst blacks and whites.
The comeback is usually that blacks commit more crimes or do not work as hard. If we are all created equal, then there is something going on there. If we are all created equal, then the disparity in these rates must have a cause. The cause goes back to slavery. A grave sin that has never been corrected nor repented.
 

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I cannot speak for Europe. In the USA- The incarceration rate for blacks is 6 times that of whites. the wealth of whites is 10 times that of blacks. blacks are 4 times more likely to be arrested for marijuana possession yet studies show that use is equal amongst blacks and whites.
The comeback is usually that blacks commit more crimes or do not work as hard. If we are all created equal, then there is something going on there. If we are all created equal, then the disparity in these rates must have a cause. The cause goes back to slavery. A grave sin that has never been corrected nor repented.
In Europe our prisons are also more filled with people of different color. Does that make us racist or may there be more layers to the situation? Ending up in prison has nothing to do with white supremacy. Every citizen is equal to the justice system.
I don’t find your examples touching any solid ground, I’m sorry.

Many educated blacks have addressed these issues and labeled those to cultural problems within the black community rather then coming from outside. See at Floyd, he was a known rapist protesting his arrest while wanting to drive his car under the influence of drugs.
Why do people come in protest for people like that but remain silent when these protests have killed black and white cops and citizens?

The problem is not skin but sin Rastai. I pray you may see that light soon. In the west we are not all dealt equal cards, but we sure can play all our cards right and achieve things. Blaming your skincolor in the west is not of this age anymore. Not by far....

And blacks can be racist too Rastai, black and white are equal and can be equal racist. God created us equal and did not place different feelings in different people. We are all human here.
 

rastai

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Or C, that there has been a victim mentality ingrained in some of the black community. And that leads to hopelessness and helplessness. The Dem has groomed the black vote for yrs. You need us to succeed, victim. Yet look at any Dem run city in the US right now. People are actually fleeing from them. Here's a few fast facts...

Rising from poverty to economic prosperity is a common narrative for immigrants from all backgrounds in the West. For example, after the communist takeover of Cuba in 1959, many refugees fled to America, leaving most of their wealth behind and having to start from the bottom. But by 1990, second-generation Cuban Americans were twice as likely to earn an annual salary of $50,000 than non-Hispanic whites in the United States.

Japanese Americans, for example: For nearly four decades in the 20th century (1913 – 1952), this group was legally prevented from owning land and property in over a dozen American states. Moreover, 120,000 Japanese Americans were interned during World War II. But by 1959, the income disparity between Japanese Americans and white Americans nearly vanished. Today, Japanese Americans outperform whites by large margins in income statistics, education outcomes, test scores and incarceration rates.

According to median household income statistics from the US Census Bureau, several minority groups substantially out-earn whites. These groups include Pakistani Americans, Lebanese Americans, South African Americans, Filipino Americans, Sri Lankan Americans and Iranian Americans (in addition to several others).
Indians... are the highest-earning ethnic group the census keeps track of, with almost double the household median income of whites


Interestingly, several black immigrant groups such as Nigerians, Barbadians, Ghanaians and Trinidadians & Tobagonians have a median household income well above the American average. Ghanian Americans, to take one example, earn more than several specific white groups such as Dutch Americans, French Americans, Polish Americans, British Americans and Russian Americans. Do Ghanaians have some kind of sub-Saharan African privilege?

Nigerian Americans, meanwhile, are one of the most educated groups in America, as one Rice University survey indicates. Though they make up less than 1 percent of the black population in America, nearly 25 percent of the black student body at Harvard Business School in 2013 consisted of Nigerians. In post-bachelor education, 61 percent of Nigerian Americans over the age of 25 hold a graduate degree compared to only 32 percent for the US-born population.

These facts challenge the prevailing progressive notion that America’s institutions are built to universally favor whites and “oppress” minorities or blacks. On the whole, whatever “systemic racism” exists appears to be incredibly ineffectual, or even nonexistent, given the multitude of groups who consistently eclipse whites.

Today, 15.7 million white Americans (almost twice as many as black Americans) live in poverty. Given such facts, why would we deem all white people as privileged, even if whites have lower poverty rates compared to African Americans and Hispanics?

It should also be noted that suicide rates are disproportionately high among the white population. In 2018, whites had the highest suicide rate of 16.03 per 100,000. The New York Times has reported that whites are dying faster than they are being born in a majority of US states — in large part due to high rates of substance abuse and suicide. In comparison, black Americans had a suicide rate less than half of whites (6.96) and Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders had the lowest rate of 6.88 per 100,000. In this context, do blacks and Asians have some kind of unmerited “privilege” they must atone for?

If we look at health outcomes reported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, we find that African Americans are less likely than whites to die of several health conditions such as bladder cancer, leukemia, esophageal cancer, lung cancer, bladder cancer, brain cancer and skin cancer, to take a few arbitrary examples. But no one in their right mind would protest any “health privilege” enjoyed by African Americans in these instances.


Rather than “whiteness,” an exponentially more predictive privilege in life is growing up with two parents.
This is why 41 percent of children born to single mothers grow up in poverty whereas only 8 percent of children living in married-couple families are impoverished. In a racial context, the poverty rate among two-parent black families is only 7.5 percent, compared to 11 percent among whites as a whole and 22 percent among whites in single-parent homes. In fact, since 1994 the poverty rate among married black Americans has been consistently lower than the white poverty rate. Furthermore, an illustrative study published in the Journal of Marriage and Family found that when controlling for family structure, the black-white poverty gap is reduced by over 70 percent.


*excerpts taken from an article in the NY post
He has accomplished absolutely nothing for black communities in America. Same is true for most Democrats that have been or are currently in office is some capacity. I don't understand the attraction between the Democrats and African Americans. Democrats take their vote for granted. They sure don't earn it.
Yet around 90% of blacks vote democrat. I guess they do not know what is in there best interest? Would you call that an inferior mindset?
 

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In Europe our prisons are also more filled with people of different color. Does that make us racist or may there be more layers to the situation? Ending up in prison has nothing to do with white supremacy. Every citizen is equal to the justice system.
I don’t find your examples touching any solid ground, I’m sorry.

Many educated blacks have addressed these issues and labeled those to cultural problems within the black community rather then coming from outside. See at Floyd, he was a known rapist protesting his arrest while wanting to drive his car under the influence of drugs.
Why do people come in protest for people like that but remain silent when these protests have killed black and white cops and citizens?

The problem is not skin but sin Rastai. I pray you may see that light soon. In the west we are not all dealt equal cards, but we sure can play all our cards right and achieve things. Blaming your skincolor in the west is not of this age anymore. Not by far....

And blacks can be racist too Rastai, black and white are equal and can be equal racist. God created us equal and did not place different feelings in different people. We are all human here.
The examples are clear. I hope and pray that you can wake up and see the reality. The world is going downhill because of this denialism. There are layers and those layers are called white supremacy. I agree the problem is sin. It is sinful the way America treats black people. The Lord did reveal this reality to me already. God Almighty makes us all equal. Repentance is needed.
 

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The examples are clear. I hope and pray that you can wake up and see the reality. The world is going downhill because of this denialism. There are layers and those layers are called white supremacy. I agree the problem is sin. It is sinful the way America treats black people. The Lord did reveal this reality to me already. God Almighty makes us all equal. Repentance is needed.
No they are not. When we have muslim raping gangs, and our prisons end up with more muslims then European christian and atheists, that would not make the Europeans “superior”. But yet it is the picture you are trying to paint.
I am telling you there are more layers to the problem so your examples are not clear. They are utter propaganda rechewed and I spew it out of my mouth.

White supremacy is not of this age and anyone convicting the west of this should realize they are practicing that what they are condemning. In our fights what we “hate” we must always be vigilant not to become what we fight and hate.

The west is not practicing white supremacy and it is very illegal for anyone to discriminate on base of skincolor. It is punishable by law. So speaking of white supremacy or even institutional racism is propaganda from globalists to stir up the masses.

While they are blaming whites for everything, people are completely blinded for the white genocide in South Africa and the christian genocide over the entire east and even in Africa because of Boko Haram.

Priorities Rastai!
 

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No they are not. When we have muslim raping gangs, and our prisons end up with more muslims then European christian and atheists, that would not make the Europeans “superior”. But yet it is the picture you are trying to paint.
I am telling you there are more layers to the problem so your examples are not clear. They are utter propaganda rechewed and I spew it out of my mouth.

White supremacy is not of this age and anyone convicting the west of this should realize they are practicing that what they are condemning. In our fights what we “hate” we must always be vigilant not to become what we fight and hate.

The west is not practicing white supremacy and it is very illegal for anyone to discriminate on base of skincolor. It is punishable by law. So speaking of white supremacy or even institutional racism is propaganda from globalists to stir up the masses.

While they are blaming whites for everything, people are completely blinded for the white genocide in South Africa and the christian genocide over the entire east and even in Africa because of Boko Haram.

Priorities Rastai!
I cannot speak for Europe. There are no Muslim gangs raping anyone here. It is a different situation there. Over, here Black people are systematically oppressed based on their skin color. It is simple math. Higher incarceration rates based on the exact same crime. In one study, they sent identical resumes to 100s of firms. Identical in every way other then the names. The only difference in the resumes were the names. The resumes that had traditionally black sounding names received far fewer call backs. This is ingrained here and it must be purged or guess what? No entering the Kingdom. Why would you want that? White supremacy is ingrained in the culture and it must be rooted out. This is why we have undesirable groups like BLM. If denialism continues it will only get worse. Black and white, everyone, we are all victims of this white supremacist mindset in this country. Equality is the solution. It is not equal. This white supremacy is a social construct invented in the 1600s in order to separate poor and middle class whites from blacks. So instead of seeing other poor blacks as equals in a class struggle, they are separated. So now, the oligarchs consolidate their power. As former US president LBJ stated, "If you can convince the lowest white man he's better than the best colored man, he won't notice you're picking his pocket. Hell, give him somebody to look down on, and he'll empty his pockets for you."
 

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I cannot speak for Europe. There are no Muslim gangs raping anyone here. It is a different situation there. Over, here Black people are systematically oppressed based on their skin color. It is simple math. Higher incarceration rates based on the exact same crime. In one study, they sent identical resumes to 100s of firms. Identical in every way other then the names. The only difference in the resumes were the names. The resumes that had traditionally black sounding names received far fewer call backs. This is ingrained here and it must be purged or guess what? No entering the Kingdom. Why would you want that? White supremacy is ingrained in the culture and it must be rooted out. This is why we have undesirable groups like BLM. If denialism continues it will only get worse. Black and white, everyone, we are all victims of this white supremacist mindset in this country. Equality is the solution. It is not equal. This white supremacy is a social construct invented in the 1600s in order to separate poor and middle class whites from blacks. So instead of seeing other poor blacks as equals in a class struggle, they are separated. So now, the oligarchs consolidate their power. As former US president LBJ stated, "If you can convince the lowest white man he's better than the best colored man, he won't notice you're picking his pocket. Hell, give him somebody to look down on, and he'll empty his pockets for you."
The history of slavery must’ve done terrible damage to the community, I fully understand. But the west was the first in the world to abolish slavery and establish equal rights.
So why refighting the same fight while nobody was requiring action until a criminal arrest gone wrong? All the examples of white supremacy, insitutional racism etc are always pulled out of context.

Whites were segregated too. People of all kinds were always in poverty and now we are been given more education and more opportunities: we can create more for and in our lives.
How can you blame another color in society for the choices others keep making today by living in hate for the past?

Don’t you see how racist it is from your side to talk about my heritage like that? I do recognize there were issues in the past, but we’ve past way ahead of that. Let’s listen to people like Morgan Freeman. Let’s stop making this a racial problem and start correcting the root of the problem. It is not the color of your or my skin. Yet you are making this a color problem creating more fuel to racism...
 

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God does not see color. I do not blame any individual. As I said, I see white and black both as victims of the same system. God created us all and I can see how one may get hurt feelings. This is not about your heritage. This is not about blaming white people. This is about correcting injustice. Do you know 500 years ago there was no concept known as white people. You were German or English or Spanish or more broadly European. There was no white or black. But now society has put these labels on us to separate us from our creator. It should not be the color of skin but sadly, in many cases, it is. The root of the problem is evil and rebelliousness towards God. As has been revealed to me, racism is the greatest tool of the wicked. I agree we have been given more education and tools to improve our lives, which is exactly why we do not even need to have poverty anymore. Everyone should be able to live decent, dignified lives if they are willing and able. With all the vast resources, education and technology it really should not be. We need equality now more then ever.
 

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Yet around 90% of blacks vote democrat. I guess they do not know what is in there best interest? Would you call that an inferior mindset?
I would call that a trained mindset, sort of like indoctrination. Most Democratic run cities are basically slums.
 

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I would call that a trained mindset, sort of like indoctrination. Most Democratic run cities are basically slums.
Those blacks are so easily fooled huh?
 

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God does not see color. I do not blame any individual. As I said, I see white and black both as victims of the same system. God created us all and I can see how one may get hurt feelings. This is not about your heritage. This is not about blaming white people. This is about correcting injustice. Do you know 500 years ago there was no concept known as white people. You were German or English or Spanish or more broadly European. There was no white or black. But now society has put these labels on us to separate us from our creator. It should not be the color of skin but sadly, in many cases, it is. The root of the problem is evil and rebelliousness towards God. As has been revealed to me, racism is the greatest tool of the wicked. I agree we have been given more education and tools to improve our lives, which is exactly why we do not even need to have poverty anymore. Everyone should be able to live decent, dignified lives if they are willing and able. With all the vast resources, education and technology it really should not be. We need equality now more then ever.
But you speak of white supremacy? See, there were days when there was actual white supremacy. Social Darwinism fueled it to a point where human beings lost every right due to their skin color. These things I know and happened in the past. But there are no examples today in our societies that show us white supremacy. Yet you use it as label to define our western society and shove other cultural problems of today on the white man’s plate. “More black people in jail? Aha white supremacy!” “More black people in poverty, aha white supremacy.” It are wrong conclusions amputating core elementes which add up to a much larger picture.

You can keep pointing centuries back in time to make a point. But anno 2020 there is no white supremacy creating the problems you name. Any woman, man or child can fight for justice in this world grabbing on to the right tools. When wrong tools are chosen in a “free and open society” bad things occur and when kids get raised in that and repeat the cycle, even worse things occur. If we keep pointing at the white man for all these problems, even worse things will happen for next generations to come.
Let’s stop this madness now we still can.

Black lives matter and antifa are not the way to go. Only Jesus Rastaii and what we see in American cities like Portland is far from obeying our Lord. A little rebellion against the state, we can all understand, but never like that. People have gone bezzerk and don’t see how the media is playing their ignorance.