Black Single Men
Turn on any movie, TV show or open any magazine and you’ll find all sorts of subtle stereotypes being presented about Black Men. Although 75% of current African Americans have a slave as an ancestor, Black men are called lazy. Although Black people were systematically raped, families torn apart, robbed, mutilated and killed, Black men are stigmatized as being unable to hold a family together. Although countless studies and court cases show that police violate the constitutional rights of Blacks, Black men are trotted out as being the majority of prisoners, as if the number alone suggests that he is more wrong than any other racial group. Finally we get to the last stereotype, that Black men cannot be fathers.
I have already shown you that Black men are fathers, take care of their children, and support and spend time with their children more than any other race. Now, I show you proof that the numbers cannot be true that Black men are dead beats they are said to be, coming from the other side, single Black men.
You cannot have a stereotype of the Black man being a dead beat if I’ve shown you a majority of them are fathers, heads of households. To make sure you understand it, I come from the other side: what percent of Black men have no children.
The answer staggered even me.
In a previous article I told you a majority of Black men are heads of households, supporting their children. At 52%, it destroys all these people trying to stereotype Black men as being deadbeat dads, that leave their children alone and not support them.
Now I present you with the other side, Black men without children.
I mailed the government census office to ask the question, directly. Here is the response:
Although we do not have this estimate in published tables, our subject-matter expert ran a quick tab in Data Ferrett. It is for Black alone men age 15 and over, in answer to the question about how many biological children they have ever fathered. Of the 12.95 million Black alone men in 2009, 5.5 million, or 42 percent, have not fathered a child. Of course, this includes many young men who will eventually father a child. The data set does not show Black alone or in combination as a racial category.
Public Information Office
U.S. Census Bureau
That’s right folks. 42% of Black men have not fathered children.
Let’s do some math here.
|52% of Black men father children and take care of them in marriage or as single fathers|
|42% of Black men have no children|
|that means 92% of Black men are either good fathers or have no children|
|that leaves only 8% of Black men as fitting this stereotype as deadbeat fathers|
Anyone understands that 8% does not make a stereotype. It would be atypical of a Black man then to be estranged to his own children. So where is this stereotype coming from?
The answer is obvious. The Black man is being attacked. By attacking the Black man, the Black family will be destroyed.
All of those government sponsored social programs that the Democrats love to trot out: welfare; WIC; food stamps; medicaid. They all have one thing in common, “you must take the man out of the picture.” You cannot get their assistance if you have a man in the picture. The woman is literally forced to break all relations with her husband, fiance, boyfriend if she is on those programs.
It is just another attack on the Black family.
A young Black woman that might have a child before marriage, by this system, destroys herself, the child’s future and any hope of a family.
Now the Black man is under attack, at the same time.
I heard a sheriff say one time, “if I could, I would round up every negro and get them off the street.”
We are under attack and no one wants to admit it.
Who is putting out stereotypes that Black men make horrible fathers, are deadbeats and unfit to be married? Black women did not originate this.
In fact, if you ever hear that, please ask the person where they got that from.
My numbers do not lie.
- Black men make excellent husbands
- Black men take care of their families
- Black men care for their children
- Single Black men do not go around having children
- Single Black men concentrate on their careers, education and building wealth