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Every day something new happens to make me believe that the evil is going to be overthrown. Where is my popcorn!
 

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if they aren't dims they get accused of not being a 'real nigga' - whatever the hell that is
 

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Facebook Censors Black Conservatives, Calling Them Dangerous and “Unsafe to the Community”
Pro-Trump social media personalities Diamond and Silk said they were censored by Facebook for their conservatives beliefs on “Fox & Friends” Monday and believe it has something to do with the upcoming midterm elections.


The duo, Lynnette Hardaway and Rochelle Richardson, claimed their videos were deemed “unsafe to the community” by Facebook and said they were told the decision to censor them is final and irreversible.

“I don’t know where Facebook is coming from,” Diamond and Silk said. “This is clearly discrimination. And this is a violation of our civil rights.”

“They don’t want us to be heard because basically an election is coming up,” they continued. “President [Donald] Trump won this election by the people, we the people, through social media. And whenever they found out that’s how he won it, that’s why they are shutting down conservative voices. People that is pro-Trump.”

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http://www.lifenews.com/2018/04/10/...g-them-dangerous-and-unsafe-to-the-community/
 

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I really hope that this great awakening within the black community really takes fire. As a group - they have been consistently on the short end of the stick...with the cards stacked against them. As a group they have suffered racism and sophisticated ploys designed to keep them enslaved. From federal policies to economic disincentives...

There are a lot of really good solid black people that I am thankful to have known. Ordinary people. With the same hopes, dreams, problems, and flaws like the rest of us.

The system has been rigged against them for a long time - and they have been used and abused for many generations. Additionally - they have been abused by their leaders - from Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton to Kwame Kilpatrick in Detroit to a whole bunch of others.

Sure - there are plenty of bad apples in the bunch...just like there is with any racial group. But it isn't fair or right or accurate to stereotype the entire group because of those bad apples.

As a group they have suffered a lot. For a long time. I hope this awakening leads to them being able to fully realize and capitalize on the "American dream"...to a rebuilding of the family unit. A rebuilding of community. A rebuilding of the educational system. Where the children can grow up with a sense of optimism and hope for a better future. Where the value of hard work and disciplined effort can be widespread.

Wishful thinking? Perhaps. But do I believe they would thrive in such an atmosphere? Yes I do.
 

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I see it as a moot point if blacks switch from voting mostly D to R. Two sides of the same coin.

John McCain vs Hillary Clinton?
 

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I see it as a moot point if blacks switch from voting mostly D to R. Two sides of the same coin.

John McCain vs Hillary Clinton?
What matters to TPTB is that Whites and non-Whites are on ideologically opposed sides. It doesn't make one party any better than the other.
 

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I really hope that this great awakening within the black community really takes fire. As a group - they have been consistently on the short end of the stick...with the cards stacked against them. As a group they have suffered racism and sophisticated ploys designed to keep them enslaved. From federal policies to economic disincentives...

There are a lot of really good solid black people that I am thankful to have known. Ordinary people. With the same hopes, dreams, problems, and flaws like the rest of us.

The system has been rigged against them for a long time - and they have been used and abused for many generations. Additionally - they have been abused by their leaders - from Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton to Kwame Kilpatrick in Detroit to a whole bunch of others.

Sure - there are plenty of bad apples in the bunch...just like there is with any racial group. But it isn't fair or right or accurate to stereotype the entire group because of those bad apples.

As a group they have suffered a lot. For a long time. I hope this awakening leads to them being able to fully realize and capitalize on the "American dream"...to a rebuilding of the family unit. A rebuilding of community. A rebuilding of the educational system. Where the children can grow up with a sense of optimism and hope for a better future. Where the value of hard work and disciplined effort can be widespread.

Wishful thinking? Perhaps. But do I believe they would thrive in such an atmosphere? Yes I do.


A good thought, but I doubt it ... influential black people have been trying to get the message out for years, but for some reason, only the race pimps (Al Sharpton, Maxine Waters, et al) get air time. Malcolm X always spoke against the Dems ...





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Larry Elder nails it!

Joe Biden, Dems and the Race Card: They Don't Leave Home Without It

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Posted: Apr 26, 2018 12:01 AM
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Former Vice President Joe Biden recently told MSNBC's Rev. Al Sharpton that the GOP wants voter identification laws for one reason. Racist Republicans so despise blacks and are so determined to oppress them, that they seek to prevent all blacks from voting.

Biden said: "It's what these guys are all about, man. These Republicans don't want working-class people voting. They don't want black folks voting." What Republicans "are all about," according to Biden, is the push in some states for voter ID laws, which Democrats call "voter suppression." Then-Attorney General Eric Holder characterized the call for voter ID laws as an example of "pernicious" racism.

If it is "pernicious" racism, apparently a lot of people failed to get the memo. Blacks want voter ID laws, too. A 2016 Gallup Poll found: "Though many of the arguments for early voting and against voter ID laws frequently cite minorities' voting access, nonwhites' views of the two policies don't differ markedly from those of whites. Seventy-seven percent of nonwhites favor both policies, while whites favor each at 81 percent." This has not stopped the Democrats from turning the legitimate concern about the integrity of voting into a full-on attack against blacks.

Biden, of course, is a skilled veteran at playing the race card. Recall how then-Vice President Biden, in 2012, somehow turned then-GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney's opposition to the 2010 Dodd-Frank financial reform bill into a racial issue. "(Romney) is going to let the big banks once again write their own rules, unchain Wall Street," Biden said at a campaign event in Danville, Virginia. "He is going to put y'all back in chains."

Without the 90-plus percent black vote, the Democratic Party, at the national level, is in deep trouble. This explains why they race-bait. Constantly.

Take then-senate candidate Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., who, after Hurricane Katrina, said, "(President) George (W.) Bush let people die on rooftops in New Orleans because they were poor and because they were black."

Hillary Clinton, during the 2016 campaign, complained about what she called the "school-to-prison pipeline." Clinton said: "We've seen a significant increase in police involvement in school discipline, especially in schools with majority-black students. We're seeing an overreliance on suspensions and expulsions. I'm sure many of us remember that horrifying video of the girl in South Carolina being thrown out of her desk and dragged across her classroom by a school police officer. A classroom should be a safe place for our children. We shouldn't even have to say that, I don't think. So today I'm announcing my plan to end the school-to-prison pipeline." So the cops lie in wait to arrest innocent young blacks? Not one word about personal responsibility?

Actor Denzel Washington, whose last movie was about a criminal defense lawyer, commented on a criminal justice system that many call institutionally racist, resulting in an unfair mass incarceration of blacks. But Washington wasn't buying it. He said: "It starts in the home. You know, if the father is not in the home, the boy will find a father in the streets. I saw it in my generation and in every generation before me, and in every one since. ... If the streets raise you, then the judge becomes your mother, and, you know, prison becomes your home." As a result, Washington said, "So, you know, I can't blame the system." In other words, the breakdown or, more precisely, the nonformation of the nuclear black family is a far, far bigger problem than the allegedly racist criminal justice system.

But as long as the Democratic Party continues to market itself as the party of social justice in an ever-racist America, the party thinks it can capture the black vote. Who cares whether it's counterproductive for Dems to tell young blacks that hard work doesn't pay off? It's the votes that matter. Former Washington Post investigative journalist Ron Kessler wrote in his book, "Inside The White House," that President Lyndon Johnson, in touting the Civil Rights Act of 1964, said, "I'll have those (N-words) voting Democratic for the next 200 years."

President Donald Trump, through his secretary of education, urges parental choice in schools. Polls show that inner-city parents want the option to remove their kid from underperforming public schools, where many of those who graduate cannot read or do math at grade level. Many graduate without the skills employers want. Many of those pursuing higher education must take remedial courses to compete at the college level. Yet to Biden and the Democrats, Trump, who wants to do something about the quality of education in inner cities, is "racist." And "racist" Trump wants to eliminate the competition for jobs held by illegal aliens. Research by Harvard economist George Borjas shows that illegals, especially unskilled illegals, compete for inner-city jobs and place downward pressure on wages. The Americans losing out are the very black and brown workers the Democratic Party claims they care so deeply about.

But that doesn't stop the Democrats from employing their tried-and-true technique. The race card. Don't leave home without it.

https://townhall.com/columnists/lar...card-they-dont-leave-home-without-it-n2474645
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No American need align themselves with ANY political party. Those who do are part of the problem!
 

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Every day something new happens to make me believe that the evil is going to be overthrown. Where is my popcorn!

:popcorn: :popcorn: I'll share mine with ya "birdie" :popcorn: :popcorn:

There is a rash of minority celebs jumping off the PROG Train and some were never on it, but the LameStreamMedia kept the mic and cameras away from them.
 

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Every day something new happens to make me believe that the evil is going to be overthrown. Where is my popcorn!
Its uplifting for sure. Have a Monster with that, Miss Dog.
 

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“I don’t know where Facebook is coming from,” Diamond and Silk said. “This is clearly discrimination. And this is a violation of our civil rights.”

This makes them sound ignorant. They think they have a "right" to post on a privately owned website. Idiots don't understand the Constitution and are then claiming its protections?

As a group they have suffered a lot. For a long time. I hope this awakening leads to them being able to fully realize and capitalize on the "American dream"...to a rebuilding of the family unit. A rebuilding of community. A rebuilding of the educational system. Where the children can grow up with a sense of optimism and hope for a better future. Where the value of hard work and disciplined effort can be widespread.

It's of their own doing so no I don't feel sorry for them. They blindly vote for the party that was Pro-Slavery and Pro-KKK and then wonder why they're worse off?

Immediately after emmancipation, slaves that couldn't read taught themselves to read (Frederick Douglass), became influential leaders and were highly educated and intelligent, highly moral, and blacks were even elected to Congress within a few years,. Today's blacks enjoy being poor and destitute and immoral and make no effort whatsoever to advance intellectually. They think it's a badge of honor to have a criminal record, shoot someone, have a quiver of kids out of wedlock, to be on welfare and food stamps. With all the advancements in opportunity, forced promotions/hirings/admissions based on race (read: affirmative action) and civil rights, the only explanation for the backward progression of blacks in every possible metric from 1870 to 2018 is pure laziness.
 

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Facebook Censors Black Conservatives, Calling Them Dangerous and “Unsafe to the Community”
Reminds me of this cartoon I saw.

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I don't know if Dinesh D'Souza qualifies as a "black" man himself or he's just a "Dark Indian", but he sure sets the record straight on the Donkey Party's history with blacks.

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I really hope that this great awakening within the black community really takes fire. As a group - they have been consistently on the short end of the stick...with the cards stacked against them. As a group they have suffered racism and sophisticated ploys designed to keep them enslaved. From federal policies to economic disincentives...

There are a lot of really good solid black people that I am thankful to have known. Ordinary people. With the same hopes, dreams, problems, and flaws like the rest of us.

The system has been rigged against them for a long time - and they have been used and abused for many generations. Additionally - they have been abused by their leaders - from Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton to Kwame Kilpatrick in Detroit to a whole bunch of others.

Sure - there are plenty of bad apples in the bunch...just like there is with any racial group. But it isn't fair or right or accurate to stereotype the entire group because of those bad apples.

As a group they have suffered a lot. For a long time. I hope this awakening leads to them being able to fully realize and capitalize on the "American dream"...to a rebuilding of the family unit. A rebuilding of community. A rebuilding of the educational system. Where the children can grow up with a sense of optimism and hope for a better future. Where the value of hard work and disciplined effort can be widespread.

Wishful thinking? Perhaps. But do I believe they would thrive in such an atmosphere? Yes I do.

If the blacks wake up, then whites need to wake up to the circumstances that help perpetuate poverty in the inner cities and help correct them. It's not all "lower taxes" and "stop abortion".
 

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But they all look alike............................

 

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Well “Ye” or Kanye

Just pulled the ripcord “I’ve been used”
 

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What about Dr Ho and his back belt?
 

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