Black People Politics : ▶ Here are 2 pieces of hard evidence why black voting can be seen as self-deception

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  1. Perfection

    Perfection Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    You should bother to explain the article because you posted it :hammer:
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    Look at the graph below from the Wall Street Journal then my comments will follow:

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    And actually, the numbers for the black collective is lower than that. But peep. We at the bottom of the barrel where the dust and cob webs are and we even got a Voting Rights Act whereas the Asians, who are at the top of the bracket, don't have a Voting Rights Act to protect them--not to mention the Asians barely vote, if ever.

    What gives?

    All our opinions matter, so may I ask how come black voting hasn't changed this dynamic for us? This dynamic stretches all the way back to Reconstruction.

    In 1965 at the March on Washington, Dr. King observed:

    One hundred years later, the Negro lives on a lonely island of poverty in the midst of a vast ocean of material prosperity.

    How can this be explained and justified? Where can we find someone who can be creative and tell us our eyes are deceiving us to all this true data we witnessing?

    Where are the "optics" advocates? What "practical" arguments can be made against these hard facts we seeing?
     
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    So if black voting works, right? Then, the "benefits" of black voting should be obvious, right? Below are some photos. Can you identify the photo(s) which are here in the black neighborhoods in the U.S. as opposed to the photo(s) which are in dilapidated neighborhoods in 3rd world countries?:

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    A very interesting phenomena occurs around voting time. Many black power/racism-white supremacy/panafrican/black everything personas are some of the main advocates of a proven broken system. Think about this: "racism-white supremacy" is alive and well in every facet of our lives 24/7 except when it comes to voting :lol: Any other time and space, it's about black empowerment and we can't trust the "white devil" or none of his devices.

    Somehow, by some unknown grandiose act of human decency, this "white devil" plays fair when it comes to the voting system :lol:

    Black voting somehow neutralizes his "supremacy" over our daily lives and he's unable to fizzle with our votes. At the voting booth, "racism-white supremacy" can't come across the line because voting is fair and honest and brings great benefits and gains to black people and the "white racists" hate that that's why they don't want you to vote.

    Let knowledge NOT be born on voting day, because, you see, voting makes us all equal :grouphug1:

    Somehow the act of black voting protects black people from "white supremacy."

    And the excuses they try and argue are so illogical it gives debating a bad name.

    And the reason why I don't laugh too hard is because of what we mentioned earlier on which is it becomes serious when we make those excuses analogous to one who is in a long, abused relationship and, like we pointed out is the case, they (the abused) will do everything they can to make the abuser look better than the abused is because the abused don't wanna leave the relationship.

    The abused now has a job therefore as a surrogate for the abuser and to protect the abuser--even in the face of all things logical:

    "I don't get beat that bad," or "It's not all the time," or "Yes, I lost vision due to the beating in my right eye but my left eye still works," or "My abuser is just misunderstood...deep down inside, my abuser is a great person and will one day change."

    :research:

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    By the way, do you recognize this guy?

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    That's Roger Taney, the Chief Judge who decided the Dredd Scott decision 1857. You know, the one who said black people not people at all. Well, care to guess whether he was a Dem or a Repub? You guessed it...he was a Democrat.

    I'm sure someone will respond, "Oh that's just silly and negative, you're asking people to lose hope...that happened way back in 1857...things have changed for black people...but they have to vote so we can keep our gains."

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    3 years later?...So who was in office 3 years ago? And isn't a reasonable question to be asked is why didn't all them black votes change this dynamic?

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    FLINT:

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    FLINT:

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    Remember one of the main questions we ask: How does black voting positively change the lives of ordinary people like me and my neighbors?

    Flint is predominantly black.

    Let me guess...the magic of black voting will work this time around, right? Things are different. This election is like no other, right?

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    But we have to vote to get Flint fixed, right? In order to save our black babies from this 3 year old slow killing of lead poisoning, we gotta make sure we get out and vote, right? :huh2:

    Meanwhile, back in reality....

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    For those who can, please enjoy the weekend and for those few that ache. Practice, practice, practice then practice some more.
     
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    Whatz up SOA? Ya stuck somewhere out in the Okie Pinokie and you bored cause ain't nutt'n going down?

    Or ya just tired of listening to the whinny one tone drone of "oh (sob) we so defeated cause we don't have this or that. So just drop out and call it quits fools".
    Maybe if he offered some acid he could keep more people interested in dropping out.


    Yeh, ever been to a rave?
    Always meant to go to one....never made it though.
     
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    Yo, here's something to help livi'n up those okie pinokies while walking around after dark.

     
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