Black People : condi says "birth defect"

jamesfrmphilly

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jamesfrmphilly said:
- do she be talking about that gland problem they have?

http://www.npr.org/blogs/news/2008/03/sec_of_state_rice_us_has_birth_1.html

U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said Thursday that the United States still has trouble dealing with race because of a national "birth defect" that denied blacks the same opportunities as whites when the country was founded.
Huh?

She could be talking about the "birth defect" meaning...when the so-called United States was born it had a defect in that the vision to "establish justice", as the United States Constitution points out which is required, is defective in its application when it is not guaranteed that no person is mistreated and also guaranteed that the person who needs help the most get the most help. And people are still being mistreated.

If that is true, we are still living with the same defect...the defect that was here when the so-called United States was born...a "birth defect" so to speak. It has not been corrected because justice has not been established. The effect of this "birth defect" not being corrected is that many other things are not being performed correctly.

This is a very interesting article. The entire article can be found on the Washington Times website (http://www.washingtontimes.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20080328/FOREIGN/746301768/1001)

I also copied the audio interview and posted it to the Counter-Racism.com website and provided the link (http://www.counter-racism.com/files/rice.mp3). You can listen to it at your leisure. The length is approximately 8 minutes.

Thank you James for presenting this.
 
jamesfrmphilly said:
- do she be talking about that gland problem they have?

http://www.npr.org/blogs/news/2008/03/sec_of_state_rice_us_has_birth_1.html

U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said Thursday that the United States still has trouble dealing with race because of a national "birth defect" that denied blacks the same opportunities as whites when the country was founded.


I will listen to the entire interview, but in the meantime, I was wondering, does Ms Rice provide a SUGGESTION for how to correct the "birth defect?"


Josh
 
Josh Wickett said:
I will listen to the entire interview, but in the meantime, I was wondering, does Ms Rice provide a SUGGESTION for how to correct the "birth defect?"


Josh
Not to my knowledge. She's talking about "the problem" like a whole lotta other non-white people are talking about "the problem". We've been doing it for so long that even white people who have observed where we're going with it have started doing the same thing...talking about "the problem".

What's coming next is non-white people are going to start talking about doing something about "the problem". We are going to do that for so long that even white people who are going to observe where we're going with it are going to start talking about the same thing...doing something about "the problem".

While there are only a very few people in the known universe who are talking about and doing things to SOLVE "the problem".

A person who talks about "the problem" and/or talks about doing something about "the problem" has different speech and/or action than a person who talks about and does something about SOLVING the problem.
 

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