For Blacks: Blacks are the Only Ones That Must Include Others

Blacks are the Only Ones Must That Include Others

Let me ask you something. Are there all-white neighborhoods? Are there all jewish neighborhoods? Are there all Philipino neighborhoods? Are there all Mexican neighborhoods? Why, then, is it that when Black people go to do something, they HAVE to include others?

It’s the same mentality that an only-child has. An only-child must include a buddy, because he feels that he would be lonely if he didn’t.

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It’s the same mentality of the battered wife. The battered wife must seek permission to do anything, otherwise she will get battered.

It’s the same mentality as the abused child. The abused child grows up to partner with someone that will confirm that they are incompetent and need telling so, constantly.

It is only when Blacks become affluent, wealthy and millionaires, through business, not through entertainment, that they dispense with seeking to include others in their activities.

Affluent Black people actively seek to live next to one another.

Affluent Black people actively seek to send their children to all-Black schools, and raise them in all-Black neighborhoods.

Now, why is this, I ask you?

I’ll tell you why. Because, at the point where a Black person has the capability to become Affluent, the entire white brainwashing is completely removed. They suddenly realize that Black businesses are not better. They suddenly realize that white stores are not better. They suddenly realize that white bosses know nothing better than a Black boss, or themselves. They realize that they do not need a white person to add legitimacy to anything that they do, and do not seek to surround themselves with white people.

Notice that there is a distinction between Black affluent people, and Black people that could afford to move out of a Black neighborhood. The latter is completely brainwashed and, more often than not, ends up handing most of their hard earned money over to the very white people they so desparately sought to hang around, work for, live next to, shop next to.

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The Black escapee, is convinced that the Black-owned taxicab, that is so drab, will always remain drab. They do not realize that the Black-owned taxicab will buy a brand new model of car, if the escapee had just kept patronizing him. The Black escapee, doesn’t realize that the white taxicab went through the same thing, as did the white butcher shop, the white bank, the white mechanic shop. Even the white young adult was nowhere near as rich as they are now at middle-age.

Unfortunately, you cannot convince the Black escapee of this. And, unfortunately, there are a heck-of-a lot more Black escapees than there are affluent Blacks with their head twisted on right.

Conclusion

White people, at no point in history said, please come live next to me, marry my daughter, eat at my restaurant. In fact, they very much so said, do not come near me.

It was found that most Black born well after the civil rights movement, do NOT seek to rush to live around white people. Since they did not grow up with any brainwashing, and, for the most part, were raised to believe in themselves and T.V. propaganda like “Good Times” weren’t on, while they were kids, they feel perfectly comfortable, at most, around other Black people.

This is to be expected, because every race feels most comfortable around his own race.

The older and poorer Blacks are still brainwashed. They are convinced that Black people are not legitimate, until they are flanked by white people.

Wake up Black people. Go live with your brothers and sisters. Go to their stores. Give them your money. Go work for them. At the end of the day, don’t you feel more comfortable around your brothers and sisters, than you do strangers?

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Ex law school student. I was kicked out for revealing I had a heart actually beating inside. I used to be in a modern dance company. I'm working on my 7 miracles to be proclaimed a saint by the pope. #1 is really hard, but once i get over that hump the other 6 will be a cinch.

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