You Can Be Proud To Be Black But You Can’t Be Proud To Be White?! | REACTION
RPT’s thoughts in response to a shorter TWITTER-X version:
The proper response is that being proud of an ethnicity is false. Being proud of accomplishments in your [an individuals] life [being the best father, mother, sister, provider, hard worker, education – self taught or university, and the like] A shared and informed value system through comparing and contrasting worldviews [a life well lived]. Part of the issue is a good education* as well as Leftism destroying everything it touches. If the video had started out with all the Caucasian looking ppl stepping to the strongly agree, you would have the “Van Jones” of the world saying how racist white ppl are. In one poll, though, the truth sneaks out:
Rasmussen found in its national telephone survey that 37 percent of U.S. adults believe blacks are racist, compared to 15 percent and 18 percent regarding whites and Hispanics, respectively, as racist. The report stipulated that the respondents were asked about ethnic groups in America, not around the world. [….] Rasmussen said: “Among black Americans, 31 percent think most blacks are racist, while 24 percent consider most whites racist and 15 percent view most Hispanics that way. Among white adults, 10 percent think most white Americans are racist, 38 percent believe most blacks are racist and 17 percent say most Hispanics are racist.” (WASHINGTON TIMES)
How has education changed to help contribute — beyond the wickedness of CRT, DEI, and much earlier educational pressures by the Progressive Humanist like Maslow [self esteem movement] and Dewey [truth]:
John Dewey, signer of the Humanist Manifesto I, says this regarding education: “education is the fundamental method of social progress and reform…. In this way the teacher always is the prophet of the true God and the usherer in of the true kingdom of God.” [and] “Faith in the prayer-hearing God is an unproved and outmoded faith. There is no God and there is no soul. Hence, there are no needs for the props of traditional religion. With dogma and creed excluded, the immutable [i.e., unchangeable] truth is also dead and buried. There is no room for fixed, natural law or moral absolutes.”
What is one example of the direction education has taken due to these and other “ideals”?
*Alexander W. Astin dissected a longitudinal study conducted by UCLA started in 1966 for the Review of Higher Education [journal] in which 290,000 students were surveyed from about 500 colleges. The main question was asked of students why study or learn? “Seeking to develop ‘a meaningful philosophy of life’” [to develop a meaningful worldview] was ranked “essential” by the majority of entering freshmen. In 1996 however, 80% of the college students barely recognized the need for “a meaningful philosophy of life” and ranked “being very well off financially” [e.g., to not necessarily develop a meaningful worldview] as paramount. [1, 2]
 Alexander W. Astin, “The changing American college student: thirty year trends, 1966-1996,” Review of Higher Education, 21 (2) 1998, 115-135.
 Some of what is here is adapted and with thanks to Dr. Stephen Whatley, Professor of Apologetics & Worldviews at Faith International University… as, they are in his notes from one of his classes.
SOME RECOMMENDED INOCULATIONS (shorter reads):
White Guilt: How Blacks and Whites Together Destroyed the Promise of the Civil Rights Era, by Shelby Steele;
The Quest for Cosmic Justice Paperback, by Thomas Sowell
Woke Racism: How a New Religion Has Betrayed Black America, by John McWhorter
One of the more bizarre reasons for reparations is that white people taught Black people to believe they are inferior. The allegation supposedly caused Black people to suffer a lack of self-esteem. In this episode, Larry debunks the allegation and shares decades of research that Black culture takes pride in their high self-esteem. If someone is trying to make Black people suffer a lack of self-esteem, it isn’t working!
What self-esteem being taught and believed to be a real thing has done is create a generation of narcissists. Prideful M-effers.
Pride refers to an unwarranted attitude of confidence. While pride can have a positive connotation of self-worth or boasting, it is often used in Scripture to refer to an unhealthy elevated view of one’s self, abilities, or possessions.
William A. Williams, “Pride,” in Lexham Theological Wordbook, ed. Douglas Mangum et al., Lexham Bible Reference Series (Bellingham, WA: Lexham Press, 2014).
KINGS and QUEENS
I will combine two article below to make a point…
…When every little thing is met with praise and showered with compliments, especially ones as superlative and hyperbole as “Queen” and “King”, I believe it can have a negative effect on people. When you do accomplish something more significant, like getting married, landing the job of your dreams, moving countries, building a house, etc, what do you say then? Is there something greater than Queen/King to be used? The effect of the compliment is lessened, because it has been used to exhaustion in day to day life.
Another point, when a person is constantly being reminded that they are a King/Queen, it could possibly give them a false sense of accomplishment and inflate their ego, making them think they are infallible, powerful, truly wonderful and without fault. Obviously this varies person to person, but at least in my personal experience, this seems to be a non-negligible part of the population.
Well, what effects will this have on the person with this inflated sense of self? Basically, they can become narcissistic or have narcissistic traits. I don’t think I need to go into the details of narcissistic personality disorder to prove my point …
…There is also another population of Black people who love to remind everybody that Black people are Kings & Queens. This population is known as the Hotep Tribe hailing from the ancient land of Blacklantis where they make it their business to unapologetically inform everybody they come into contact with that Black people descended from Kings & Queens. Not just any ole random King & Queen tho. More specifically, they are referring to the ancient Kings & Queens of Egypt. The Hotep Tribe goes all out to ensure that if you are Black, you know exactly what your “true” history is. In some ways I admire this tribe for simply trying to instill a sense of pride in a bunch of lost & clueless Black people who know absolutely shit about Black history beyond slavery. So I can’t completely shit on this tribe….but, they have to stop lying to people.
Here’s the real deal…
Damn near every single African slave brought over to the Americas came from mainly 2 countries in Africa: Senegambia (Senegal) & Angola. Both of these countries are on the west coast of Africa & neither one of these countries are no where near Egypt….
This thinking, I argue influenced heavily in the black community since the cults started years ago. See for instance my post on KWANZAA, another example of taking advantage of the black community through false history. like Nation of Islam and the Five Percent Nation and Marxist pushing Afrocentrism as a real historical option. Four major “Afrocentric ‘historians'” influenced this push as well:
Dr. Ivan Van Sertima,
Dr. Chancellor Williams,
Dr. John Henrik Clarke,
and Dr. Yosef Ben-Jochannan
One example from the above is Dr. Yosef Ben-Jochannan, who was also an Afrocentric historian whose work focused mainly on black presence in ancient Egypt. Dr. Ben reckoned through his writings that the pharaohs came out of the heart of Africa, adding the original Jews were black Africans from Ethiopia whose faith and customs were plagiarized by the white Jews.
These are false histories.
A favored author notes that because “African history” is not necessarily one to put a lot of pride into [knowledge of Africa in earlier America was sparse] — being that Africans were key to the Atlantic Slave Trade. Now, I am not saying Africa does not have a history to be proud of – no, not at all. But a history that afforded royalty and knowledge to the depths Afrocentrists afford it? No. And this feeling of lostness is what the cults and Marxists took advantage of:
One ever feels his two-ness,—an American, a Negro; two souls, two thoughts, two unreconciled strivings; two warring ideals in one dark body… The history of the American Negro is the history of this strife,—this longing to attain self-conscious manhood, to merge his double self into a better and truer self. In this merging he wishes neither of the older selves to be lost. He would not Africanize America, for America has too much to teach the world and Africa. He would not bleach his Negro soul in a flood of white Americanism, for he knows that Negro blood has a message for the world. He simply wishes to make it possible for a man to be both a Negro and an American. — W.E.B. Du Boise
…. By the 1800s, the vast majority of the black American population was American-born, with little recollection of Africa. Whatever knowledge or consciousness of Africa that existed was colored by pro-slavery propaganda and values, which served to alienate many blacks from, rather than endear them to, the continent. Africa was not a place to cherish or with which to desire identification. Many blacks perceived themselves as “negative Americans” or “aliened Americans,” people denied any positive self-definition and knowledge.” The need to define and assert an identity, therefore, became a central focus of the black abolitionist crusade.
Though brought together by the desire to organize and fight back in the face of overwhelming adversity, the platform that black abolitionists produced betrayed a deep sense of wanting to be acknowledged as Americans. These early conventions clearly revealed a strong integrationist consciousness. Though some blacks embraced emigration and colonization as avenues of escaping the ugly and harsh realities of their lives, the vast majority refused to give up. Delegates overwhelmingly rejected and condemned colonization and invoked passages of the Constitution and Declaration of Independence in justification of their claims to American citizenship. For most blacks, colonization or permanent relocation to another country was anathema. It was tantamount to a voluntary relinquishing of identity.
Tunde Adeleke, The Case Against Afrocentrism (Jackson, MS: Univ. Press of Mississippi, 2009), 4-5, 38.
Rasmussen polled the American people with a simple four question survey and found that my polls were accurate and so was the V-safe data and so was the Israeli Ministry of Health safety report that nobody wants to see.
The Rasmussen poll of 1,000 Americans found that:
32% were not vaccinated
7% of those surveyed had a major side effect.
A 7% major side effect rate is unprecedented. We know from the V-safe data that this effectively means that the side effect was so bad, they had to seek medical attention. If any drug had that kind of safety profile, it would be immediately pulled from the market. Would you take any drug with that kind of side effect profile? Of course not. It’s off the charts! However, because we are told it is a safe and effective vaccine, people do what they are told despite the lack of safety. That’s how science works.
Note that people who were killed by the vaccine were unable to participate in the survey, so the actual numbers are slightly worse.
Rasmussen also admitted that Google censors unfavorable results! In short, they admitted that it’s worse than they are “allowed” to tell people (see their tweet). Wow.
Here it is in their own words: “We asked … and the answer is not good.”….
If you’re unvaccinated, the Democrats want you taken down and taken out, with prejudice. A good word for this situation, which a new poll has laid out in CHILLING detail.
It’s not a complicated result. There’s no nuance. These are the findings. These are the things Democrats want to do. As Rasmussen Reports points out, “Fact Check: True.”
Here are some highlights from Rasmussen.
Fifty-nine percent (59%) of Democratic voters would favor a government policy requiring that citizens remain confined to their homes at all times, except for emergencies, if they refuse to get a COVID-19 vaccine. Such a proposal is opposed by 61% of all likely voters, including 79% of Republicans and 71% of unaffiliated voters.
Forty-five percent (45%) of Democrats would favor governments requiring citizens to temporarily live in designated facilities or locations if they refuse to get a COVID-19 vaccine.
Twenty-nine percent (29%) of Democratic voters would support temporarily removing parents’ custody of their children if parents refuse to take the COVID-19 vaccine.
But believe it or not, I think this is the scariest and most dangerous one of all:
Nearly half (48%) of Democratic voters think federal and state governments should be able to fine or imprison individuals who publicly question the efficacy of the existing COVID-19 vaccines on social media, television, radio, or in online or digital publications.
If they polled CNN journalists, or just journalists in general, this number would be even higher. If they polled Google employees or Twitter executives, likewise. Closer to 100%…..
An article worth reading is this one by AMERICAN GREATNESS: The Nazi Next Door: Your Democratic neighbors won’t be ordered to vote for laws that ostracize you from society, steal your property, or send you away to a concentration camp. They will do it burning with pride.
AUSTRALIA HAS FALLEN
(Above video description) Scott Morrison’s Calls For FREEDOM at 2021 U.N. General Assembly. Scott Morrison is an Australian politician who is the 30th and current prime minister of Australia The original file comes from DEADACTIVIST, but forces you to watch it on YouTube which is why I uploaded it to my RUMBLE — not to mention it may be nixed at some point due to YT’s aversion to truth and real evil.
INSIDE SOURCES has a great article regarding the possible bounce in the black community towards their home team, the GOP:
…The new Emerson poll puts Trump at 35 percent with black voters and 38 percent with Hispanics. “If you add in Asian voters at 28 percent approval,” notes Emerson’s director of polling Spencer Kimball, “our number is very close to the new Marist poll,” which finds Trump’s approval at 33 percent among non-white voters. A recent RasmussenReports poll has Trump support among black voters at 34 percent, and even the new CNN poll has Trump’s approval among non-white voters at 26 percent.
New Emerson poll: 35% (Black) Hispanic (38%) Asian (28%)
Marist poll: 33% (non-white voters)
Rasmussen Reports: 34% (Black)
CNN poll: 26% (non-white voters)
…There was a considerable buzz when the Rasmussen poll showed 34 percent support for President Trump amid black ‘likely voters’…. but the political media dismissed it. Then came a more recent Emerson University poll showing 34.5% support from black voters. With two polls showing a very similar result it was less likely to be an outlier…. But again, the political media dismissed them both.
However, a third poll, this time from NPR/PBS and Marist, confirms the prior two almost identically. The latest Marist Poll shows 33% non-white support for President Trump…
“Trump clearly thinks he should be improving on the 8 percent vote among blacks he received three years ago,” writes Gallup’s senior scientist Frank Newport. “Based on what we see so far in terms of black ratings of the job Trump is doing as president, currently at 10 percent, I don’t see a high probability of that happening.”
And it may not. But the non-traditional nature of the Trump presidency combined with his overt efforts to engage black voters means Democrats may have to change their math. From Kanye West’s Oval Office photo op to the campaign’s “Black Voices for Trump” coalition to a focus on historically black colleges and universities, Donald Trump is reaching out to African-American voters more aggressively than any Republican president in recent years.
Meanwhile, some black activists are stepping up, too. African-American conservatives Autry Pruitt and James Golden — better known as Rush Limbaugh’s senior producer ‘Bo Snerdly’ — just launched a new website, MAGA.BLACK, with the self-declared mission to “Make Black Americans Republican Again.”
Golden, aka ‘Snerdley,’ told InsideSources that Democrats aren’t having a conversation that’s connecting with black voters. “My mother is a die-hard Democrat, and even she is sick of the Democrats’ impeachment efforts. She’s not paying any attention to it. She recently told me her party should stop picking on Trump and let the man do his job.”
Democrats may be right about talk of 30 percent of black voters backing Trump being unrealistic. But if Trump gets half that support, his re-election would be all but assured. According to research reported by the Washington Post, Trump’s 2016 win was aided in part by a national drop in black turnout of just 4.7 points from 2012. In the swing states, black turnout fell a modest 5.3 percent.
Are black voters who stayed home rather than back Hillary Clinton really going to turn out for a Pete Buttigieg or Liz Warren? If low unemployment and investment in education convince just 5 percent of black voters to cast their first GOP ballot, or (more likely) stay home, how do Democrats make up for those lost votes in Detroit, Philadelphia, Charlotte and Jacksonville?
Critics at CNN can mock Trump’s high-profile black supporters like Kanye, but Golden believes that’s a mistake. “Kanye isn’t alone. There are more African Americans speaking out now than at any other time I remember.”
Maybe just enough to re-elect Donald Trump….
DIAMOND and SILK do discuss the ZOGBY “cold water” on the above when they quote the following:
In all cases, while black support for Trump dropped when an alternative was offered, it was higher than the 8% he received in 2016 and maybe enough to push him across the finish line first in 2020.
Against Joe Biden, Trump receives 12% of the black vote. Against Sen. Bernie Sanders, it was 14%. And against Sen. Elizabeth Warren, it was 17%.
Those levels are the best for a GOP president or presidential candidate since 1968.
While he had a 5% margin of error, Zogby said the trend is clear. “If Trump is able to up his numbers over 10% or near 15%, and with a lower turnout among African Americans because they are not excited by the field of candidates or turned off by D.C., Trump could really benefit from this scenario in the 2020 general election,” he told us.
What this brings to mind however, if the total lack of business sense the Democrats exhibit. To wit, “The Sage” is still on the money!
I add video to what Larry can only sample audio of (obviously because of the medium). I also add a long interview at the end with BET Founder Bob Johnson, who praised President Trump at a White House for his 401(k) Auto Portability Program. Also added is video of Democrat Bill Lockyer scolding fellow Democrats about their JUNK SPENDING. Great “Sage” commentary. ENJOY!
Here is some more COMMON SENSE news regarding the black community and their bottom line:
According to the website Black Enterprise which has a readership of African-American business people and entrepreneurs:
The Black Voices for Trump coalition launch is kicking off Nov. 8 with a 3 p.m. rally at the Georgia World Congress Center. During the rally, Trump is expected to address the black unemployment rate and highlight a program in the Republicans’ 2017 tax-cut legislation that encourages investors to put money into underserved communities.
“Black Americans have never had a better champion than President Trump,” Katrina Pierson, senior advisor at Donald J. Trump for President Inc., wrote in a statement emailed to Newsweek. “The Black Voices for Trump coalition will be a national effort to mobilize and empower Black Americans who support President Trump to help get the message of ‘Promises Made, Promises Kept’ into communities across America.”
She added, “Under President Trump, unemployment for African Americans has reached historic lows and nearly 1.4 million new jobs have been added for African Americans. Black Americans’ strong support for President Trump will ensure a second term for the President.”
Democrats in America are evenly divided on the question of whether George W. Bush knew about the 9/11 terrorist attacks in advance. Thirty-five percent (35%) of Democrats believe he did know, 39% say he did not know, and 26% are not sure.
Republicans reject that view and, by a 7-to-1 margin, say the President did not know in advance about the attacks. Among those not affiliated with either major party, 18% believe the President knew and 57% take the opposite view.
Overall, 22% of all voters believe the President knew about the attacks in advance. A slightly larger number, 29%, believe the CIA knew about the attacks in advance. White Americans are less likely than others to believe that either the President or the CIA knew about the attacks in advance. Americans are more likely than their elders to believe the President or the CIA knew about the attacks in advance.