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Black People are Oppressed

Black People are Oppressed

September 5, 2016 | Gunner Steele

Are non-black people allowed to make honest observations about black people? Or Mexicans? Or poor white people? Rednecks? Hicks? Trailer trash?

Regardless, I’m going to make some honest observations about black people in America. And its all going to be true. Undeniably true. And everyone with a brain will agree. And every libtard democrat zombie-bot will hate me for saying it.

But fear not, hating people for telling the truth is as old as dirt (and dirt is pretty old, folks). Even the Apostle Paul had to deal with it (Galatians 4:16).

Anyhow, I just heard about this football player who decided to protest the National Anthem because black people “and other minorities” are oppressed in America.

First of all, let me just say that this guy is an idiot.

That being said, let me now say that I actually agree with him. Black people are oppressed in America. In fact, I would say that I believe as a “people group,” black people are disproportionately more oppressed than any other people group in America. Mexicans come in a close second, but we’ll deal with them another day…

But here’s where my honest observation is going to cross swords with popular culture—I state and observe that black people are the most oppressed people group in America because they oppress themselves. And while it could be said that white liberal democrats oppress black people (which is true), it is only because black people keep voting to re-elect them.

I’m sorry, but I can’t feel sorry for them. I just can’t. And I won’t.

If a woman is violently beat up by her boyfriend, I will feel bad for her. If she goes back to the violent abuser after he is released from jail for domestic violence against her, I just can’t feel sorry for her anymore. And black people have been going back to the Democrat party since FDR. Sorry, I don’t feel sorry for them. Anyone who willfully votes for their own oppression deserves it when it comes.

And what about so-called “Black America?” Are they oppressed? Are they racially profiled? Are they targeted? Are more crimes committed against them? Are they less likely to succeed? Are they less educated?

I would have to say, “Yes.” Absolutely. They are. The real question is WHY? Why are black people oppressed. Well, lets be real…

  • Black people are murdered by other black people. These are just the facts. Sure, its easily backed up statistically, but its also just obvious. The Bloods kill the Crips and vice versa (black gangs vs black gangs).
  • Black women are raped by black men. Just another fact.
  • Black people destroy their own communities. Another fact. Look at all the rioting in the last year from the Black Lives Matter movement. They burned down their own communities. Just brilliant, right?
  • Black men abandon their own children. If this wasn’t so, we wouldn’t have so many fatherless black kids.
  • Black women don’t care about healthy families. If they did, they wouldn’t have so many children from so many different dads.
  • Black culture doesn’t respect traditional American values. I’m talking about the nuclear family. Where is it in Black America? And don’t give me all this nonsense about black christian churches. I dare you to go to one and tell me how many nuclear families you see there.

The point is simple and obvious. We are all responsible for our own lives, our own families, our own communities, and our own destinies. While it is true that the overbearing force of government can corrupt our opportunities and hinder our potential, we are still personally accountable.

This includes all colors of people (even white people). The sad truth is that Black America is not taking responsibility for themselves. They want to blame others for their plight, and ignorant people like this football player who refused to stand for the National Anthem are only exacerbating the problem. Why? Because instead of using their platform to encourage Black People to be honest and clean Americans with traditional values, they promote the idea of victim-hood and blame others (especially police officers)—meaning they will never see any positive change in their communities. Never.

I remember my Pastor once said, “If you want to start your own cult, the easiest way to do it is to tell people ‘Its not your fault.’ This is the number one thing people want to hear. Nobody wants to take responsibility for their own life. Tell them that every problem they have is not their fault, and people will flock to you like bees on honey.”

And its true, that’s what people want to hear. That it's not their fault. Black people want to hear it and that’s why they vote Democrat.

But they’re not the only ones. If we truly care about our lives and the lives of our families, we better look to ourselves and ask ourselves, “Is there anywhere in my life where I am not taking personal responsibility?” In my health, my family, my finances, my future, my children, my education, my freedom?”

Because if we don’t honestly look within ourselves, we may one day find ourselves like this ignorant young quarterback, protesting in ignorance, and exacerbating our own problems. And that means we will be less free.

Until next Monday,
I'm yours in Freedom
Gunner Steele

P.S. Pretty much everything I wrote about black people is exactly the same for Mexican communities in America. It has nothing to do with numbers. Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Armenian, Indian, and other "people groups" are much fewer in number and equally subject to so-called "racism," but they are not subject to the same types of oppression. Why? Because remarkably, they don't oppress themselves. It really is that simple.
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