Wednesday, December 7, 2011

On Community Cracks

It occurred to me years ago that black people need to be 'kept.' That is, most blacks are incapable of sustaining a viable community above stone-age, pre-Columbian African standards.

The difference between black and white communities is telling:

White communities are self-sufficient, save the few who 'fall through the cracks.'

Black communities are self-destructive, save the few who 'rise above the cracks.'

This is seen in the recent decision of Michigan's governor to pursue an agenda of controlling financially strapped communities, nearly all of which are characterized by large black communities.

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