Wednesday, February 25, 2009

On race
Many whites, from university administrators and professors, to schoolteachers, to employers and public officials, accept behavior from black people that they wouldn’t begin to accept from whites.

They might actually be stupid enough to believe nonsense taught by some of their sociology and psychology professors that blacks can’t be racists because they don’t have power.

The attorney general’s flawed thinking is widespread whereby people think that an activity that is not racially integrated is therefore segregated.

The bottom line is that the civil-rights struggle is over and it is won. That does not mean that there are not major problems that confront a large segment of the black community, but they are not civil-rights problems nor can they be solved through a “conversation on race.”

Black illegitimacy stands at 70%.

Even though they’re just 13% of the population, blacks in 2005 committed over 52% of the nation’s homicides and were 46% of the homicide victims. Ninety-four percent of black homicide victims had a black person as their murderer.

Much of that pathology is precipitated by family breakdown and is entirely new among blacks. In 1940, black illegitimacy was 19%; in 1950, only 18% of black households were female-headed compared with today’s 70%. Both during slavery and as late as 1920, a teenage girl raising a child without a man present was rare among blacks.

If black people continue to accept the corrupt blame-game agenda of liberal whites, black politicians and assorted hustlers, as opposed to accepting personal responsibility, the future for many black Americans will remain bleak.
From LRC.

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