Black People Politics : ▶ Republicans, Dems and "Progressives" unite telling blacks "We'll never give you reparations."

Perfection

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I said, "If there was going to be Reparations wouldn't that come from President Obama?" That was the chance. And what have the Socialist 4 Squad promised about that? Anything? No.
Great observation. And it's so Twilight Zone that many black voters who are even considering Biden for 2020 won't even think that through: how you expect a white racist to write you a reparations check when the "first black president" wouldn't even entertain the idea?; and the white racist was the vice president to the "first black president."

It's like some people just wanna drive off the cliff even though there are road signs everywhere reading "Cliff Ahead!! Turn Back Now!"

And that's why I target Yvette Carnel and Antonio Moore because they are new illogicals on the block telling us or suggesting that white racists can put their racism aside and start writing us all ("ADOS") checks if we just show them "the data." lol

Disgruntled Democrats lol
 

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It's always a pleasure reading your comments, Bro. Perfection. Your opinions really cause me to pause and see things from a different perspective. You shake the conversations up and in my opinion, that's refreshing.

I honestly don't know what qualifications are needed to begin to strategize about what an "alternative" might look like. Maybe just simple common sense and enough courage to do what you (the collective "you") think might lead us to the real change we desperately need. I'm beginning to wonder whether the act of voting is a form of passive aggressive behavior. It may have made a real difference back in the day, but in this modern time, where corruption has become the norm and racism is growing by the day, how is it working for us? Black people haven't let go of the dream, to acknowledge that what we see today is the same despicable enemy that brought us to these shores in the bottom of slave ships, in chains.

Martin Luther King, Jr. was clear about what he dreamed for, but I don't recall him mentioning anything about reparations. Maybe he truly believed that once America was rid of laws that supported unequal treatment between the races, that the "playing field" would be level for everyone. Or maybe he knew that receiving equal treatment under the law would just be the escalation of the battle for Black people in America. Maybe he knew that this conversation was inevitable once Black people had a taste of freedom brought about with the killing of Jim Crow laws and vowing never to return to that period in our history. The conversation isn't over, it's just heating up and #45's administration with his overt message that being racist isn't a bad thing and it's okay to come out of the shadows, might be a blessing in disguise for Black people and those who support us.
Thank you for the kind words.

As to your analysis? I have nothing to add. I agree with everything you've just shared. It's a blessing. Thank you.

Let me say something which is just rhetorical. I'm asking the readers to consider what you've written.

Think about this yall.

I invite you to section off what The Honorable Queenie has just blessed us with and ask yourself why is there not one black person (male or female) who's on these mainstream or "progressive" news outlets, ask ourselves how come not one of them--not one--is saying what Queenie is saying?

Think about it?

They love saying stuff like "let's have a conversation", right? But they not really having conversations. They roasting marshmellows.

But what do you think will happen if Queenie was invited on CNN, FOX, MSNBC or The Young Turks. And, of course, they gone force her to speak after all the paid pundits of Sanders, Biden, Harris and the rest talk their "We're a great nation and we were founded on equality and everybody should be treated the same" ish, right?

Just lying, acting as though black folk not living this reality.

But then... the world watching---but not expecting--what's about to come next, she, Queenie, the Honorable Queenie, takes the mic and began her opening remarks with:


"I'm beginning to wonder whether the act of voting is a form of passive aggressive behavior. It may have made a real difference back in the day, but in this modern time, where corruption has become the norm and racism is growing by the day, how is it working for us? Black people haven't let go of the dream, to acknowledge that what we see today is the same despicable enemy that brought us to these shores in the bottom of slave ships, in chains.
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Question is: Why do you think not one black person, not one, is saying what Queenie is saying or any of these liberal and "progressive" network personalities who are so "progressive" and just love them some black people; why are they mute to this theme?

I'll tell you why. Because all of them are the same. Progressives, Dems and Republicans. They respect and adore their racist ancestors. And their ancestors are speaking to them from the grave saying: "You better not even think about giving them ngz reparations."

Nothing has changed since 1619 except we got cell phones now.
 

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Ok yall, I want to demonstrate what we mean by "suspension of disbelief" as it was defined in post #254 above. Go back to it and read it. After you've read the concept, come back here and play the video below by tonetalks and skip to his ramblings to count number 7:55 for about 6 seconds.


You heard it right? Mr. "we renewed the reparations movement" admits to what you and I (us) have been discussing for years, right? He said what: "the Democrats have decided to forget us."

Duhhhh….you think?

Why did he finally admit this? He was upset that the corporate Dems said nothing about reparations in Wednesday's night debate. Reparations was mentioned but by the a contender who's unlikely to occupy 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue--- Marianne Williamson, who, incidentally is a "Democrat" lol.

That's not news to you and me, right?

So let's think logical. Let's be reasonable. Knowing this truth, why is he still acting as if though that's going to change.

All them articles he be posting with all them statistics (he and Yvette Carnell) and somehow they still believes these people can be reasoned with and gone cut us out a check.

Why does his brain still reaches for a solution from a group of people who have demonstrated they don't give two wooden nickels about the black collective?

I know, I know, I know it's hard for us to face this truth. You see, if we admit this, then we see that the concept of black lives DON'T matter extends beyond the criminal justice system but also extends to economics:

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And we don't wanna admit that because that would mean that things haven't changed and we're engaged in a fantasy.

But if we're perceptive, we see then that black lives matter isn't just about the interaction between cops and black people but 'black lives matter' is also about the relationship between economics and black people, right?

And look how long this ish been going on yall (at least on paper). The article there says how many years? 60 full years. Baby doll, put that in context. We talking about this has been an economic nightmare for us when Dr. Martin Luther King Jr was still alive talking about his mountain top.

The article is telling us, "We still got them ngz trapped and they don't even see it."

Antonio Moore and Yvette Carnell are basically saying, as it comes to reparations, "we shall overcome" these people with love and reason and they gone wake up--one day--and cut us out a check, right?

Snap out of it.

They not gone give us no reparations check.
 

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So let me get this straight. (Covering my mouth as I clear my throat with a slight cough).

Somehow, magically, one day... in the future...the foundational racists who control the Democratic, Republican and Progressive parties of this great country will eventually open up their hearts and pop us all ("descendants of slaves") a big fat check, right?

The study below was just completed in 2019. NOT 1619.



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In the aftermath of the mass shootings in El Paso and Dayton, do you think that reparations for ADOS is on people's minds? I and my friends aren't talking about it, we're talking about guns, safety, how to survive and protect ourselves from hate, asking ourselves the question, is this how genocide begins in other war torn countries, is this what it looks like in real-time?

My friends and I are talking about how to shake off and rid ourselves of the fantasy world we've been duped to believe is real to recognize truth and confront the dark underbelly of this country. We are talking about having the guts to acknowledge the truth of what we see and know that it is what it is--a nation filled with vicious hate with an appetite for violence.

I feel a sense of guilt going about my life as though killings like this don't matter. I feel outrage but it bubbles inside. I cry every time I see a news report with pictures of the people who survived these and other shootings. I feel terribly sad every time the thought, the memory crosses my mind. The deaths of Black men, women and children at the hands of police, killing of Black and brown people because of how we are perceived as parasites and called all kinds of despicable and racist names that are rooted in hate and fear. There's a terrible sickness and a deep rooted evil in this country that's not being treated to find a cure. Instead, it's allowed to fester and be covered with bandaids to keep it from oozing and infecting people. Let's keep it real, over the past 50 years, thanks to all the religions having been mass produced and shoved in our faces, we've only been pretending to be nice.

Reparations? It's not even on my radar at the moment. No, I'm not waiting for a government check, a handout, justice or equity in this country. It won't happen unless Black, Brown and Native people have finally had enough and realize that if we don't join together to do something about it, we will die and be written about in history books as the infestation that good white people got rid of. When we rise to fight against the evil that wants to destroy us, it will be a different conversation about reparations. When we (melanated people) free ourselves, we won't need reparations handed to us by the people who have oppressed us for hundreds of years, we will take what is rightfully ours.
 

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No, I'm not waiting for a government check, a handout, justice or equity in this country. It won't happen unless Black...people have finally had enough and realize that if we don't join together to do something about it, we will die and be written about in history books as the infestation that good white people got rid of.
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In the aftermath of the mass shootings in El Paso and Dayton, do you think that reparations for ADOS is on people's minds?
It should be....because it's all related.

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This photo/news article (below) just came out hours ago. Compare that one with the one above which is a rendition of the events in 1619.

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By the way yall, go back to post # 255 and see for yourself. Apparently we've got somebody looking in on our discussion. He removed his video. Unless, of course, Antonio Moore decided to remove his video because he didn't like the color quality of it lol.

For your convenience, I've posted the contents of post #255 below. Notice how it's "unavailable" and "has been removed by the user.":

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How they gone pop us out a check from what they did to us back in 1619 and they still doing to us in 2019?

Why would you sit up here and try and get our people to believe that fiction? And don't say its because you wanna give our people "hope" because I'mma ask you whose hope do you refer to?

Jessie Jackson's or Obama's?

Why are we, as black people, asked to solve our problems with "hope" whereas other groups solve their problems with strategies?

Unless you gone tell us "hope" is a strategy?

Antonio Moore and Yvette Carnell are no different than the black Democrats they criticize.
 

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