This is a great interview with author Walter Williams. This interview takes place back in the 1990’s. He brings up some very interesting questions about whether or not black people are really citizens in the Unites States.
Great post Wolf! You made some very great points. I had to reblog this one.
A collective stereotype fallacy is when prejudice and racism only seek out and concentrate on any example of any stereotype of a certain group while ignoring the individuals who do not confirm any stereotypes. There are several modes of this mentality when it comes to viewing black people in a white dominated society:
There is no doubt that there are poor people and criminals in every group. Unfortunately, those are the kinds of people that are the majority in the black community according to many whites thanks – in part – to the media’s brand of “reporting“. As such the lie that most crime in this nation is committed by blacks is heavily supported.
Oddly enough, some extreme racist whites believe the media is covering up a black-on-white epidemic! They believe more and more whites are being targeted by savage blacks for
reverse racist reasons, and the media…
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This is a very shocking video by Irritated Genie. I thought the U.N. was supposed to helping other nations. This poor Haitian boy was raped by these sick men! How come this type of thing isn’t more well known? What do you think when you see a video like this? Does it make you angry? It should.
T. West believes this whole gay agenda will backfire on Barack Obama. He makes some valid points. Do you think he’s right?
This is very educational!
What is (Real) Power in a White Supremacy System?
With the upcoming election and the FALSE APPEARANCE of BLACK POWER and PROGRESS, it’s important to re-examine what (REAL) POWER is and how it functions within a white supremacy system.
For example, many black people believe President Obama has (REAL) POWER because he has a powerful title as the President of the United States, when in FACT, the most powerful people are the people who SELECTED President Obama as a presidential candidate.
In my previous two posts: “Definitions Workshop #4: Is the United States a “Class” society or a “Caste” Society?” AND “When Caste VS Class Collides: A Follow-Up to the Definitions Workshop #4” I demonstrated (to the best of my ability) that the people who belong to the HIGHEST CASTE (white) always have more POWER than the people who belong to the LOWEST CASTE (non-white), regardless of title, class, income…
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