Black People : Any ideas or concepts for the economic survival of a nation within a nation?

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  1. Ankhur

    Ankhur Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    The majority of us in this nation live in relative apartheid.

    Though we spend a trillion dollars, very little of that is redirected into our communities.

    The government is in the process of burning the "apron strings"

    1Foreclosures on the rise with no bailouts

    2Affirmative Action dead, and we once again are the first fired and last hired

    3The privatization and closing of public scools and massive firing of teachers,
    while inner city schools become militarized to provide cannon fodder for corporate wars

    4 The impending threat of Social Security,
    medicaid, medicare, and welfare being cut

    5 Unemployment insurance extensions doomed, job programs cut, while white collar and blue collar jobs are being outsourced.


    So looking at the facts,

    what creativity is being utilized to form plans for the economic survival of the Black community,

    and that will provide a safety net if all of the above takes place?
     
  2. WLGarrison

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    Economic survival for Black people

    The black people of this country were hoodwinked into abandoning the infrastructure they had built under "separate but equal" in the South. This was a true "nation within a nation". Under that system blacks had their own schools, hospitals, stores, insurance companies, etc. In 1900 the descendants of freed slaves owned 16 million acres of farmland. In 1940 there were more whites in jail than blacks and more white out of wedlock births than black. The main problem was unequal treatment before the law and this was used to bamboozle blacks into supporting the so-called Civil Rights movement.

    Now we have 52% abortion rate, 71% out of wedlock births, highest incarceration and internal murder rate and AIDS is the number one killer of black women in their child bearing years. If these trends continue blacks will be a subject of history in this country within two generations. This was all planned.

    So-called "integration" has been a total failure as it was designed to be. We were sold out by a clique of mixed race "leaders" who wanted full acceptance in the white community along with white business interests that wanted to loot what the blacks had built. The only solution is separation of the races as part of a reparartions scheme and let the black people rebuild what they lost.
     
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    Whomp!...and there it is!



     
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    Welcome to Destee.com WLGarrison, and congratulations for coming in the door supporting this site with Premium Membership; enjoy the site and make yourself at home.

    And you are 100% correct in your position and stance. It will be hard to regain what we lost, separation, and we've never had separate but equal.

     
  5. Ankhur

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    You are exactly right about the problem , but what energy has been expended in the past 2 years towards solutions?

    And if there were mixed race leaders as you say can you name a few
     
  6. Ankhur

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    I know about the plots of the Boule' but what mixed race leaders are you refering to?

    Your on point regarding the porblem and what cuased it but what energy has been expended in the past 2 years towards solutions, and after the passing of Dr Amos Wilson?
     
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    Any ideas or concepts for the economic survival of a nation within a nation?...a panacea has been placed on the table






    From my understanding, correct me if I am wrong, and in all fairness to the central question of the thread, the poster has provided a very good "safety net," a panacea, as a plan for the economic survival of the Black community. Below is what I read in the response post:


    Emphasis was given to the only solution portion because two other posters read and agreed with the response. Therefore, to now have to identify so-called mixed leaders, from my perspective, is a moot point in front of the work yet to accomplish, in terms of Separation of the races, allowing black people to rebuild what was lost, and gain what was never acquired, "separate but equal."

    Where do you stand with this idea and concept, Ankhur, would be my question?

     
  8. ChosenSeed

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    There is no answer outside of acquiring resources somewhere on this planet. Land to grow food, gold bullion to trade, your own aquifer, etc. etc. etc... Being employed was bad information given to black people, now the dollar is headed towards hyperinflation...
     
  9. Clyde C Coger Jr

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    .......Sounds like you agree with segregation, is that correct? And by the way, did you lose track of this: http://destee.com/forums/showthread.php?t=59461

     
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    um......

    :geek:...anybody remember oklahoma? rosewood? just sayin
     
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