Should we care about “Black America?”

I have a conservative friend who sends me a lot of black conservative videos. I’ve told him I’m a white advocate, and it’s possible that he’s trying to “cure” me of racism. Here’s one video he recently sent me.

There really isn’t anything in that video I would disagree with – except for the underlying status-quo that it’s acceptable to speak of “The Black Community,” but not “The White Community.” It’s not so much the fault of black Americans that this is the case; it’s more the fault of white Americans. It’s white Americans who have marginalized their own people, not blacks.

I do have respect for Candace Owens, based on what I’ve seen of her so far. She’s not perfect, but who is? As for “Kingface,” he’s a little hard to listen to, but it appears that his heart is in the right place as well. It’s a fine line we must walk; we shouldn’t be like Conservatism Inc., putting conservative blacks on a pedestal, and seeking them out to validate principles we should value for their own merit. On the other hand, black conservatism should be encouraged.

Like most of my readers, I’m not a hateful person; the traits I value in white people are the same traits I value in black people. None of us get to choose our race or ethnicity.

Things get more tricky when dealing with groups. There are some things I like about American blacks, but the so-called “Black Lives Matter” movement is putting such sentiments to the test. Many people have a natural instinct to rebel against forced group-think. We don’t like to be manipulated. When told to bow down to an idol, our natural instinct is to smash that idol.

Whenever powerful forces, government and media, try to force an ideology down our throats, some of us are going to object. The iconoclasts among us are going to push back. I don’t know if there have been studies, but I’d be willing to wager that recent events have caused membership in pro-white groups (wholesome or not) to increase. Yes, it sounds hackneyed, but this newest of religions is divisive; it’s forcing a lot of people to pick sides. Hopefully, something positive will come out of this in the end.

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1 Response to Should we care about “Black America?”

  1. ÙS Blacks suffer from the false world view, nourished by the media gag orders. Race realism is the truth, and when aware of the truth we can have sound policies.
    Well informed Blacks vote for stop-and-frisk and for iron-clad law and order in their neighborhood. That makes their neighborhood safer, reduces homicides by thousands, probably down to 20 or 30 percent.
    “Our” racist policies save black lives. BLM policies costs thousands of black lives per year, due to the Ferguson effect.
    Blacks Lives Matter ………….. to “Racists”
    Anti-Racist policies increase Black death toll, because they are based on false PC quack science.

    “Black lives matter” and leftist ANTI-racist policies are actually damaging to the very Blacks they purport to protect. Good intention based on false quack science gets bad outcomes.

    Baltimore, Ferguson, San Luis crime and murder rates hit record heights, after police were told not to be racist and to spare black rioters and criminals.

    Racism is Love
    “Racists” would allow police to do their work the best way possible to reduce crime. And would allow criminologists, sociologists, psychologists and politicians find the best solution, based on correct science

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