Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Sound advice for the black community from the black community

Came across these over the past few days and WOW! Here's some refreshingly sound advice for the black community from the black community, particularly in lieu of the lackluster racialists who have failed this community and led astray for far too long (including the current occupant in the Oval Office)...

First, presidential candidate Ben Carson says that #BlackLivesMatter has critically misfired, that 'our righteous anger is misdirected at politically convenient targets, not the real culprits,' and suggests in a USAToday op-ed where the marches should take place:
Let’s head down to the board of education. Teaching is a tough job and thank God there was a teacher who convinced me that I was not dumb, but our schools are failing and we have no power to abandon them. The actions of rogue police officers take black lives one at a time. Our public school system has destroyed black lives not in the ones and twos, but in whole generations.

The schools don’t teach and our children don’t learn. Too many public schools are controlled by teachers unions focused more on the convenience and compensation of adults rather than the education of children who started out far behind. Their failures don't kill as quickly, but they do kill as surely as a bullet.

Let’s confront the entertainment industry that lines its pockets by glamorizing a life where black men are thugs and our women are trash. Let’s tell them we plan to start talking with our wallets.

It is time for them to pick on someone else because we have had enough. Demeaning women is not art, and it shouldn’t be profitable. Neither is glorifying violence and equating prison time with authenticity. Straight Outta Compton, #1 in movie theaters, is just the latest example. You only have to watch the trailers.

Let’s go down to city hall. Living behind a door with three deadbolts is not living in freedom. Being too scared to walk around your block at night is not the pursuit of happiness we were all promised.

Let's go over to the crack house. We need to tear it down. Profiting from selling poison to our children and destroying lives must not be the ambition of our children. These monuments to our destruction deserve our active scorn not our silent acceptance.

We should go to Washington. For decades they have fought the "War on Poverty." Poverty won. We lost.

Over 19 trillion dollars has been wasted, but can anyone identify a single battle won as a result? We certainly have not helped the poor “lift themselves out of the ruts of poverty” as Lyndon Johnson promised — far from it. These programs have been a great American failure.

We should have a talk with the Democratic Party. Let's tell them, we don’t want to be clothed, fed and housed. We want honor and dignity.

We don't want a plan to give us public housing in nice neighborhoods. We want an end to excuses for schools that leave us without the means to buy our own houses where we choose to live. We want the skills needed to compete, not a consolation prize of Section 8, Food Stamps and a lifetime of government paperwork.

Finally, we need to go over to the Republican Party. We need to tell them they have ignored us for too long. They need to invite us in and listen to us. We need to communicate and find a different way.
Related link: Ben Carson on Kelly File: Taking on the real problems in Black America

Then there's Peggy Hubbard. She's not a politician, she's not running for anything, she not famous, well wasn't until now. Peggy is a black mom who's had enough and has lit up the internet by speaking hard TRUTH to the hypocrisy of #BlackLivesMatter and the black community in general...
TRS: This video from Peggy Hubbard has over seven MILLION views after she absolutely TORCHES the “Black Lives Matter” movement by pointing out that black lives don’t matter to other blacks.

Dayammmm, Peggy drops some real wisdom in this video! To be sure, she does not say that police brutality is nonexistent, but she simply points out that it’s somewhat hypocritical to be marching that “black lives matter” when many more blacks are murdered by evil scumbags in their own community, than by any white cops, or police of any color.

Good for Peggy – if we had decent human beings like her in every community, our country would be immensely better. And by the views she’s getting, it’s clear that many agree with her.
Related link: BITE ME! – Black grandmother responds to racist ‘Black Lives Matter’ jerks who call her an ‘Uncle Tom’

Consider this, think on it, pray.

#StopTheViolence #AllLivesMatter

Related link: New ‘Common Core’ approved textbook will indoctrinate SIXTH-GRADERS about ‘BLACK LIVES MATTER’

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