Various Commenters #racist #wingnut


A former African slave is telling Black Lives Matter and Critical Race Theory advocates that they need to go back to school to understand what is happening in Africa today and to learn that the United States offers them unique opportunities that they are unlikely to find elsewhere.

Bol Gai Deng is a former slave and South Sudan presidential candidate.

“I believe Black Lives Matter does not understand what is going on in Africa, they don’t know what is going on around the world,” Deng explained.

The people who write the big checks for blm know exactly what’s going on over there and profit just as much from it as they do the stupidity of American blacks.

(Robert Kelly)
If white men disappeared from the face of the Earth, slavery would make a roaring comeback. Women's rights would be next on the chopping block.

(Curse of Ham)
Ironically it is suffrage and allowing Blacks to be our equals that has detsroyed us.

Whites ended slavery not invented it, as simple as that.

That is a great succinct answer to anyone on the anti White band wagon.


I hear that a lot of African blacks have a lot of contempt for American blacks. Is that true?

They consider them lazy.

Same in the Caribbean and West Indies. There was even a public service TV commercial: don't hate American blacks, don't call them lazy, it's racist, etc. I saw it on local television there.

They consider them to be a bunch of whiners and that they've wasted opportunities given to them, etc. The standard of living Americans blacks enjoy is light years ahead of what nearly any African has.

(Ivbin band)
The standard of living American blacks have today is higher than the standard of living that I experienced growing up in the 1950s and 1960s. Even the most poverty-ridden black "family" has food on the table (unless the money is spent on drugs, vice and alcohol) and air conditioning. Every black should thank God every day that his/her ancestors were brought here.



So were we! You can find all of this, and more, on Fundies Say the Darndest Things!

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