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Friday, September 13, 2013

Modern Slavery

Earlier this year, the blog, Black & Right, reproduced an open letter from a public school teacher describing what it is like to teach black students in a primarily black southern school. It is extremely disquieting to read because its main message is one of hopelessness--of a cultural so antithetical to education and work that it will always live in the shadows of civilization. What is so maddening is that, based on the description in the letter, that the blacks being described are beholden and dependent on the very liberals that put them where they are. The teacher writes, in part:
Anyone who teaches blacks soon learns that they have a completely different view of government from whites. Once I decided to fill 25 minutes by having students write about one thing the government should do to improve America. I gave this question to three classes totaling about 100 students, approximately 80 of whom were black. My few white students came back with generally “conservative” ideas. “We need to cut off people who don’t work,” was the most common suggestion. Nearly every black gave a variation on the theme of “We need more government services.” 
My students had only the vaguest notion of who pays for government services. For them, it was like a magical piggy bank that never goes empty. One black girl was exhorting the class on the need for more social services and I kept trying to explain that people, real live people, are taxed for the money to pay for those services. “Yeah, it come from whites,” she finally said. “They stingy anyway.” 
“Many black people make over $50,000 dollars a year and you would also be taking away from your own people,” I said. 
She had an answer to that: “Dey half breed.” The class agreed. I let the subject drop. 
Many black girls are perfectly happy to be welfare queens. On career day, one girl explained to the class that she was going to have lots of children and get fat checks from the government. No one in the class seemed to have any objection to this career choice. 
... There is a level of conformity among blacks that whites would find hard to believe. They like one kind of music: rap. They will vote for one political party: Democrat. They dance one way, speak one way, are loud the same way, and fail their exams in the same way. Of course, there are exceptions but they are rare. 
... One of my students was a notorious drug dealer. Everyone knew it. He was 19 years old and in eleventh grade. Once he got a score of three out of 100 on a test. He had been locked up four times since he was 13. 
One day, I asked him, “Why do you come to school?” 
He wouldn’t answer. He just looked out the window, smiled, and sucked air through his teeth. His friend Yidarius ventured an explanation: “He get dat green and get dem females.” 
“What is the green?” I asked. “Money or dope?” “Both,” said Yidarius with a smile.
A very fat black interrupted from across the room: “We get dat lunch,” Mr. Jackson. “We gotta get dat lunch and brickfuss.” He means the free breakfast and lunch poor students get every day. “Nigga, we know’d you be lovin’ brickfuss!” shouts another student.
 
... I read a book by an expatriate Rhodesian who visited Zimbabwe not too many years ago. Traveling with a companion, she stopped at a store along the highway. A black man materialized next to her car window. “Job, boss, (I) work good, boss,” he pleaded. “You give job.” 
“What happened to your old job?” the expatriate white asked. The black man replied in the straightforward manner of his race: “We drove out the whites. No more jobs. You give job.” 
At some level, my students understand the same thing. One day I asked the bored, black faces staring back at me. “What would happen if all the white people in America disappeared tomorrow?” 
“We screwed,” a young, pitch-black boy screamed back. The rest of the blacks laughed.
Here is my take-away from it. At one time, in the Democratic South, blacks were slaves. They worked in the fields, or, if they were lucky, in the plantation house. In exchange, they were given the bare necessities for survival.

Now, under auspices of the liberal Democrats, low-income blacks are slaves. They vote to keep Democrats in power, and to protest when required. In exchange, they are given the bare necessities for survival.

Liberals have put them in this situation and keep them in this situation. Until blacks start voting against the liberals, things won't change.

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