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Is it Racism or just 'White man's Burden".

 
 
Reply Sat 22 Jun, 2013 02:41 pm

The first time I heard the expression ,"White man's burden" was in grade school . And I remember seeing a cartoon of a white missionary and a primitive negro with a bone in his nose being carried on his shoulders.

The question regarding white man's burden has in no small part resulted in many liberal bleeding heart whites becoming totally blind to the reality of race in our country and in society in general.

Blacks and other non-white groups must be their own brother's keepers and leave Whites out of it.

We are not racists but we are not an inferior people .

We cannot assume that the weight of the universe rests on our shoulders alone.

Blacks have not shown the least desire to help themselves in any aspect of civilized life.

The crime statistics point this out clearly ,that despite every effort to eliminate poverty and to provide schools and housing and jobs ,this country's African- American population is as bad as it has ever been.

In the city of Chicago, the murder rate among Blacks continues unabated and police officials blame the Blacks themselves for ham stringing the police department's efforts to solve these major crimes.

Blacks will not turn in the murderers among their own ;they will not turn in the rapists and violent criminals to the police ,preferring to live in a cesspool of filth and barbarism .

The school system in these areas is now ,and has been a nightmare and a drain on the purse strings for decades ,and Whites refuse to see the futility of trying to educate black children. And they continue to allocate billions into useless and wasteful spending projects designed to lift Blacks out of poverty.

This leads back to the idiocy of trying to help primitives who cannot relate to a culture or to a civilization they took no part in creating to begin with.

The white man's burden must end!
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Reply Sat 22 Jun, 2013 03:40 pm
@count markovalley,
you can choose to see reality as it is;or you can see only how you think things should be.
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