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Why Reparations Are Immoral

July 24, 2016

The very argument that black people are owed something, implies that the current generation of white people have collective guilt, for things that were done, when they weren’t even born. This is the same argument used against the Jews, Christians, Germans, Catholics, every group in history. It condemns collective punishment, while sanctioning it, in the same breath. That is NOT what MLK died for. He died for equalization of opportunity. NOT result. You are not owed anything because of your race. You are supposed to be invested and appreciated by virtue of your humanity, ALONE… NOT if you choose of your own free will to forsake it… We are supposed to award the decent and most capable people possible. Not the most selfish, indecent and incompetent people who are only good at producing alibi’s and excuses, and never positive results. You have to respect yourself first, your brother, second, and your community, third. Never putting anything above what you yourself deserve. Any opportunity you deny another can be denied to you. That is why we DON’T restrict people’s freedoms, so long as they do not impose their will directly, or draft or pay another to impose that same will, against that of another. You have no right to make demands against anyone except that who is directly oppressing you. The common man, can not be taken to account for institutionalized racism. But the bureaucrat can… Who is culpable? Who make such tyranny possible, and even gave it incentives to become the prevailing and established order. You can’t make an individual’s will the new order, but you can make the establishment’s will, the established order. So in effect what they are really doing is blaming the people who were given no options but the agenda to marginalize and compete against each other, group vs. group, while absolving themselves, the insiders, rule makers and kingmakers and ALL who serve them, from ANY and all accountability, from their fealty and service to the prevailing social and political order. Do WE set the prevailing social and political order… I don’t think so. So WHY are we listening to them, when all they tell us is to fear the one set of people who can do anything to help us, each other, while telling us in the same breath, to trust, faithfully and without question, and total obedience… the very same people who designed this system so that WE would be made to work, and what we made THEY would own, and all profits, they would get a hefty cut, as tribute, while leaving us the crumbs from their table. And if we do NOT show our love for them, one and all… the crumbs will be taken away… Why do we focus on everything BUT the problem. We never fix it, or address it. We throw money at it, and say without it, things would get worse. Subsiding the DAMN problem! Is that logical to you? Well then, can you explain it to me…

And what about the other half of the argument? What about the fact that people who never faced the oppression of institutional racism and slavery, now think they have been slighted and are owed something for nothing?

How does that make them feel? Victimized. But in reality, they are no more victimized than poor white people, or poor any people. But are asking for privileges… in effect and practice, unequal protection under the law, because of the color of their skin.Character, drive, and work ethic be damned…

Tell me how, Asian Americans, many of them refugees, have in decades become widely successful, in America. More successful than they can ever hope to be, in their native homes. If there is such a thing as institutional racism, would they expect to be exempt…

Why?

What is different from the black culture, vs. the Asian culture…

Think about it…

Even Hispanics do better than African Americans, even though they are more exploited than African Americans. They don’t even have the rights and privileges of citizenship to protect them.

What can possibly explain this…

One assimilates, and still practices and protects and preserves their culture, and heritage, the other, simply does not…

Most African Americans today, can’t explain to you, one MLK or Malcolm X speech. They don’t know about Frederick Douglass, or Elias Boudinout, even Jackie Robinson. In fact, in some cases you have WHITE people, like myself, making MLK arguments to African Americans, which fall on deaf ears…

This is a tragedy. But it is a self inflicted one.

Should white people alone, have to pay the price for African Americans proud, arrogant, insolence and ignorance… I don’t think so…

If they bothered to look up MLK, vs. Michael Jordan. And idolized and emulated Malcolm X, Jackie Robinson, Frederick Douglass, and George Washington Carver, and embraced the BEST their race had to offer, they would be better people. And trailblazers.

Instead they idolize, murderers (rappers), rapists (Clinton), people who steal, kill, rob, with and without the help of govt., people who do and sell drugs, and tear down their own communities.

When you choose to celebrate the WORST among you, you get worse, and conditions naturally get worse… that is a law of nature…

If black Americans were really serious about saving Black America, they would get off the Democrat plantation, work hard, in college or at the job, climb up the ladder, and pull each other up that ladder…

Do we see that in the Black community, HELL NO!

We see rich black politicians, telling there people that the world is against them, and to keep voting for them, if they want to get handouts with conditions, for the rest of their lives…

The master may be the same, but the person cracking the whip to keep you on the plantation is now a black face. That isn’t progress, that is more of the same…

Slavery, with a new face, and new name, now they call it Democracy!

This is NOT what MLK died for…!!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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