Can't keep them on the plantation any mo'

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Re: Can't keep them on the plantation any mo'

Post by Sertorio » Wed Jun 17, 2020 2:15 am

cassowary wrote:
Tue Jun 16, 2020 10:40 pm
These two have seen the real story:

The Democrats have conned blacks that they are the victims of racism and that's the reason they are poor. Nonsense. The real reason is because of Democrat policies. Education system the Democrats set up are designed to help their Union allies. Teachers are lousy and difficult to fire.

Remember that these cities are often ruled by Democrats for decades and often by black mayors. So how can they claim racism? Unless they mean racism by the Democrats. Kanye and Candace can see through them. More will follow.

Another reason for black poverty is the breakdown of their family.
The percentage of White children under 18 who live with both parents almost doubles that of Black children, according to the data. While 74.3 percent of all White children below the age of 18 live with both parents, only 38.7 percent of African-American minors can say the same.
Kids from broken homes don't get the attention and supervision they need to succeed in school and later in life. They are also more likely to get into trouble eg join gangs or take drugs.

Improving the schools is the job of government. Improving the family life is the job of the black community. The Democrat controlled cities are not doing their job to improve their schools for the Democratic Party Plantation depend on Union money and votes.
What's worse? Living with a single parent or having to face the daily brutality of the other parent? Many black children who live only with their mother would be the victims of domestic violence if their father was at home. What's worse?

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Re: Can't keep them on the plantation any mo'

Post by cassowary » Wed Jun 17, 2020 2:23 am

Sertorio wrote:
Wed Jun 17, 2020 2:15 am
cassowary wrote:
Tue Jun 16, 2020 10:40 pm
These two have seen the real story:

The Democrats have conned blacks that they are the victims of racism and that's the reason they are poor. Nonsense. The real reason is because of Democrat policies. Education system the Democrats set up are designed to help their Union allies. Teachers are lousy and difficult to fire.

Remember that these cities are often ruled by Democrats for decades and often by black mayors. So how can they claim racism? Unless they mean racism by the Democrats. Kanye and Candace can see through them. More will follow.

Another reason for black poverty is the breakdown of their family.
The percentage of White children under 18 who live with both parents almost doubles that of Black children, according to the data. While 74.3 percent of all White children below the age of 18 live with both parents, only 38.7 percent of African-American minors can say the same.
Kids from broken homes don't get the attention and supervision they need to succeed in school and later in life. They are also more likely to get into trouble eg join gangs or take drugs.

Improving the schools is the job of government. Improving the family life is the job of the black community. The Democrat controlled cities are not doing their job to improve their schools for the Democratic Party Plantation depend on Union money and votes.
What's worse? Living with a single parent or having to face the daily brutality of the other parent? Many black children who live only with their mother would be the victims of domestic violence if their father was at home. What's worse?
Really? I didn't know that. Where did you get this information that black fathers treat their kids violently?
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Re: Can't keep them on the plantation any mo'

Post by Sertorio » Wed Jun 17, 2020 2:48 am

cassowary wrote:
Wed Jun 17, 2020 2:23 am
Sertorio wrote:
Wed Jun 17, 2020 2:15 am
cassowary wrote:
Tue Jun 16, 2020 10:40 pm
These two have seen the real story:

The Democrats have conned blacks that they are the victims of racism and that's the reason they are poor. Nonsense. The real reason is because of Democrat policies. Education system the Democrats set up are designed to help their Union allies. Teachers are lousy and difficult to fire.

Remember that these cities are often ruled by Democrats for decades and often by black mayors. So how can they claim racism? Unless they mean racism by the Democrats. Kanye and Candace can see through them. More will follow.

Another reason for black poverty is the breakdown of their family.
The percentage of White children under 18 who live with both parents almost doubles that of Black children, according to the data. While 74.3 percent of all White children below the age of 18 live with both parents, only 38.7 percent of African-American minors can say the same.
Kids from broken homes don't get the attention and supervision they need to succeed in school and later in life. They are also more likely to get into trouble eg join gangs or take drugs.

Improving the schools is the job of government. Improving the family life is the job of the black community. The Democrat controlled cities are not doing their job to improve their schools for the Democratic Party Plantation depend on Union money and votes.
What's worse? Living with a single parent or having to face the daily brutality of the other parent? Many black children who live only with their mother would be the victims of domestic violence if their father was at home. What's worse?
Really? I didn't know that. Where did you get this information that black fathers treat their kids violently?
Some must do, or else the family wouldn't be monoparental...

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Re: Can't keep them on the plantation any mo'

Post by neverfail » Thu Jun 18, 2020 1:33 pm

:lol: You know what? There is not a single thing I want to say on this tiresome topic.

Just wanted to anounce my utter disinterest to those puzzled by my abscence from this discussion. :D

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Re: Can't keep them on the plantation any mo'

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This makes it more interesting. As you've noted by now, I've posted several vids from this channel as I like it a lot. Too little gluten to rate as breadtube, not enough blackpill to count as IDW. Or you can hear from a blogger/content creator that's sticking his neck out a bit.......
I have a certain notoriety among the lesser gods........

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Re: Can't keep them on the plantation any mo'

Post by cassowary » Thu Jun 18, 2020 8:37 pm

Sertorio wrote:
Wed Jun 17, 2020 2:48 am
cassowary wrote:
Wed Jun 17, 2020 2:23 am
Sertorio wrote:
Wed Jun 17, 2020 2:15 am
cassowary wrote:
Tue Jun 16, 2020 10:40 pm
These two have seen the real story:

The Democrats have conned blacks that they are the victims of racism and that's the reason they are poor. Nonsense. The real reason is because of Democrat policies. Education system the Democrats set up are designed to help their Union allies. Teachers are lousy and difficult to fire.

Remember that these cities are often ruled by Democrats for decades and often by black mayors. So how can they claim racism? Unless they mean racism by the Democrats. Kanye and Candace can see through them. More will follow.

Another reason for black poverty is the breakdown of their family.
The percentage of White children under 18 who live with both parents almost doubles that of Black children, according to the data. While 74.3 percent of all White children below the age of 18 live with both parents, only 38.7 percent of African-American minors can say the same.
Kids from broken homes don't get the attention and supervision they need to succeed in school and later in life. They are also more likely to get into trouble eg join gangs or take drugs.

Improving the schools is the job of government. Improving the family life is the job of the black community. The Democrat controlled cities are not doing their job to improve their schools for the Democratic Party Plantation depend on Union money and votes.
What's worse? Living with a single parent or having to face the daily brutality of the other parent? Many black children who live only with their mother would be the victims of domestic violence if their father was at home. What's worse?
Really? I didn't know that. Where did you get this information that black fathers treat their kids violently?
Some must do, or else the family wouldn't be monoparental...
Like this guy.
EXCLUSIVE: Rayshard Brooks was on probation for four crimes - including cruelty to children - and faced going back to prison if charged with a DUI, when he was found asleep and intoxicated at Wendy's drive-thru
Rayshard Brooks was on probation and faced going back to prison if he was charged with a DUI, DailyMail.com can reveal
The 27-year-old was shot and killed by police after he was found asleep at a Wendy's drive-thru in Atlanta on Friday, June 12
He was compliant with cops but after he failed a field sobriety test and blew 0.108 when breathalyzed, Brooks suddenly resisted when cops tried to cuff him
Brooks was shot twice in the back as he tried to make a break for it
The charges to which Brooks pleaded guilty and for which he was still on probation dated back to August 2014
He was convicted on four counts – False Imprisonment, Simple Battery/Family, Battery Simple and Felony Cruelty/Cruelty to Children
Brooks had not been in trouble since 2016 until last December when he went to Ohio without informing his probation officer - but the case was dismissed.

Rayshard Brooks was on probation and faced going back to prison if he was charged with a DUI, DailyMail.com can reveal.

It was the fear of incarceration that likely caused Brooks to panic in the face of imminent arrest and caused him to make a break for it.

Brooks was shot and killed on Friday, June 12 when cops received a 911 call to the Wendy's at University Avenue in Atlanta. Brooks was drunk and asleep at the wheel of his car and blocking the fast food restaurant's drive-thru lane.
Brooks might have been the victim of an abusive parent himself. That's why his life was in a mess. I hope his kids don't end up like him. In fact, his early death might have spared his kids of an abusive father.

But the big picture is that the black community is in a mess. And its not because of racism. Its their own fault. Racism is only a tiny part of the problem that the Democrats keep harping about. They are only interested in votes and not helping people.

That's why I think the church can help. Its a moral problem. How to get people to behave better. That's what the Pope should focus on. If he can improve the morals of people like Brooks, there will be less inequality. They would be better educated and so have higher income. When missionaries first came here, they took a two prong approach. Not only did they give moral education but they also invested heavily in schools that taught the sciences and arts.

I attended one. Education of the Sciences/mathematics, arts etc and moral education must come together. Then you improve people's lives by getting them better jobs and reduce inequality. When my school was started by a British missionary, only the rich could afford to attend school. So the school took in poor kids. This reduced inequality.

But this current stupid Marxist Pope thinks inequality is the result of capitalism. Inequality is the result of poor morals and education. In other words, people like Brooks are bums. There seems to be a lot of bums in the black community. That's why they are poor.

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The US news media and the Democrat politicians are sending the people the wrong message - that is Brook's death is the result of systemic racism in American police. That is nonsense. The correct and more beneficial message is that Brooks death is because he was a bum and they should teach their kids not be become like him.
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Re: Can't keep them on the plantation any mo'

Post by neverfail » Fri Jun 19, 2020 1:05 am

cassowary wrote:
Thu Jun 18, 2020 8:37 pm
But this current stupid Marxist Pope thinks inequality is the result of capitalism.
The current Pope is neither stupid nor a marxist:
https://www.acton.org/pub/commentary/20 ... ists-think

For one thing, Francis has specified that Communism is a mistaken idea. Back in a 2013 interview with the Italian newspaper La Stampa, the pope stated that “Marxist ideology is wrong.” Likewise, the Argentine home-grown “theology of the people” which has influenced Francis’s thought explicitly rejects Marxist philosophy and analysis. Nor has Francis hesitated to canonize Catholics martyred by Communist regimes. He’s even conferred a cardinal’s hat upon an Albanian priest, Father Ernest Troshani Simoni, who was twice sentenced to death by Enver Hoxha’s dictatorship — one of the very worst Communist regimes. These aren’t the words or actions of a Communist fellow-traveler or apologist.
https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/act ... ist-power/


This Latin American pope has had a front-seat view of the real world results of North America’s deification, as he puts it, of the free market, a ideological idolatry which reads mostly benignly in economic textbooks but which can produce ugly outcomes outside the classroom — ecological degradation, wage slavery, vast communal dislocation and commodity-market driven hunger.
No Casssowary! He is not a Marxist but is rather aware of the sins of Capitalism in a way that in your impervious private world of make-believe you are not.

I too consider the twisted values of capitalism to be today a bigger threat to humanity than your pet shibeloths of marxism and socialism - vanquished idealogy today with very few followers.

You should abstain from making throw-away remarks about matters like that about which you appear both utterly ignorant and egocentrically prejudiced.

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Re: Can't keep them on the plantation any mo'

Post by neverfail » Fri Jun 19, 2020 2:14 am

cassowary wrote:
Thu Jun 18, 2020 8:37 pm
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Brooks might have been the victim of an abusive parent himself. That's why his life was in a mess. I hope his kids don't end up like him. In fact, his early death might have spared his kids of an abusive father.
(The penny drops.)

I just realised that Raymond Brooks was that black man in Atlanta who was gunned down by that cop while trying to flee arrest in a blind panic.

I hope that you are not trying to cook up an excuse to justify the irresponsible behaviour of that rogue polce officer?

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Re: Can't keep them on the plantation any mo'

Post by cassowary » Fri Jun 19, 2020 8:41 am

neverfail wrote:
Fri Jun 19, 2020 2:14 am
cassowary wrote:
Thu Jun 18, 2020 8:37 pm
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Brooks might have been the victim of an abusive parent himself. That's why his life was in a mess. I hope his kids don't end up like him. In fact, his early death might have spared his kids of an abusive father.
(The penny drops.)

I just realised that Raymond Brooks was that black man in Atlanta who was gunned down by that cop while trying to flee arrest in a blind panic.

I hope that you are not trying to cook up an excuse to justify the irresponsible behaviour of that rogue polce officer?
I don't know if the cop is guilty of murder or not. That was not the point I was trying to make. The point I was making is the importance of individual responsibility. BLM and Democratic politicians blame his death on racism. I blame Brook's death mainly on himself.

1)Had he not got himself drunk, he would not have died.
2)Had he not driven when drunk, he would not have died.
3)Had he not resisted arrest, he would not have died.
4)Had Brooks not hit the policeman in the face and thus enraged him, Brooks would not have died.
5)Had he not grabbed the taser and fired twice, he would not have died.
6)Had he not commit a string of crimes that got him a probation for a suspended 6 remaining years, he would not have panicked into acting rashly and thus got himself killed.
7)Had he not panicked and acted rashly, he would not have died.

On the other hand, had the policeman not fired his weapon, Brooks would not have died. Whether he was justified in firing his weapon is for the jury to decide. What has what the policemen did got to do with racism? How do the politicians and BLM people know that the policeman would not have done the same had the suspect been a white?

Would you risk your life for someone who hit you on the face and then tried to shoot you with your own taser by not firing your weapon? Its true that the taser is only meant to knock you unconcious. But there were instances of an unconscious policeman being killed after the suspect robbed him of his gun.

Brooks brought about his own death. He had no one else to blame.
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Re: Can't keep them on the plantation any mo'

Post by neverfail » Fri Jun 19, 2020 6:19 pm

cassowary wrote:
Fri Jun 19, 2020 8:41 am


I don't know if the cop is guilty of murder or not. That was not the point I was trying to make. The point I was making is the importance of individual responsibility. BLM and Democratic politicians blame his death on racism. I blame Brook's death mainly on himself.

1)Had he not got himself drunk, he would not have died.
2)Had he not driven when drunk, he would not have died.
3)Had he not resisted arrest, he would not have died.
4)Had Brooks not hit the policeman in the face and thus enraged him, Brooks would not have died.
5)Had he not grabbed the taser and fired twice, he would not have died.
6)Had he not commit a string of crimes that got him a probation for a suspended 6 remaining years, he would not have panicked into acting rashly and thus got himself killed.
7)Had he not panicked and acted rashly, he would not have died.

8) Had Raymond Brooks been a white man in the same condition and circumstances, he would likely not have been killed either.
cassowary wrote:
Fri Jun 19, 2020 8:41 am
Brooks brought about his own death. He had no one else to blame.
No! The response of trigger-happy cop had absolutely nothing to do with Brook's death, did it? :twisted:

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