Opinion

Democrats Hate Black Americans

I’m fed up with the charge of racism everytime some Democrat has a policy disagreement with a conservative. Trump is a racist and everyone who voted for him is a racist. That’s the narrative.

In order to prove Trump is not a racist, he must abandon the Constitution and pass DACA. Do you think the charge of racism will stop if he does this? Neither do I. We’ll be told that he’s still a racist, and the only reason he supported DACA is to stop the charge of racism.

Hopefully, conservatives have learned that there is no way to appease the Democrats. The Democrats are the enemy. You do not negotiate with the enemy.

There’s something else. The Democrats are the enemy of blacks. Democrats hate black Americans, otherwise, why are majority black voting districts still in poverty? Why are their schools failing? Why is black unemployment still high? Why are blacks still killing other blacks? Why has the black family become fragmented?

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I was watching an episode of Blackish. We learn that from the time a black child is aware, he/she is told: “America hates you.” It’s “the talk” every black person supposedly gets to prepare them for what they’re going to experience in the world.

Actually, it’s Democrats that hate blacks since it’s the party keeping blacks down as victims. Only a few blacks can ever become independent, and these are the ones who keep their fellow-blacks voting for Democrats.

Cory Booker, Dick Durbin, and Chuck Schumer are more concerned about illegal aliens then they are about their most loyal voting block — black Americans. Chicago, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Detroit, and numerous cities in New Jersey, where Booker once served as mayor of Newark, are evidence that Democrats hate blacks:

  1. Camden (Photos)
  2. Newark (Photos)
  3. Passaic (Photos)
  4. Paterson (Photos)
  5. Asbury Park (Photos)
  6. Atlantic City (Photos)
  7. Trenton (Photos)
  8. Bridgeton (Photos)
  9. East Orange (Photos)
  10. Jersey City (Photos)

As difficult as blacks had it during the time of segregation, a distinctly black culture developed, even in the prevalence of racist attitudes and restrictive laws. “Because Washington was a segregated city, blacks simply created their own metropolis. . . . The first black bank, the Industrial Savings Bank, was started here.” While “the black population of New York’s Harlem inherited many of its buildings from previous white owners, . . . many of the buildings in Shaw were paid for by black businessmen and built by black hands.”1

Families were intact, the divorce and unwed mother rates were no different from that of white communities.

Take a look photographs of the 1963 March on Washington led by Martin Luther King, Jr. Notice how everyone is dressed. Most of the men are wearing suits and ties. Many of the women are wearing hats, as are the men. There is a dignity about the crowd.

Blacks are not helped by the continued claim that all problems for them are racial. Some are, but most aren’t. Black on black crime is not the fault of white people. Sky-high out-of-wedlock births are not the fault of whites. High dropout rates among blacks are not the fault of whites. The solution is not to cry “racism” and blame everything on whites or hundreds of years of oppression. Blacks won’t find their problems solved by appealing to the State.

Welfare programs have done a lot to keep black families down by subsidizing family fragmentation and fostering multi-generational dependency. Black problems aren’t solved by naming streets after Martin Luther King, Jr. The same can be said for the King Holiday and Black History Month. These are liberal crumbs to appease the black community, but have any of these actions helped blacks? Guilt-ridden whites vote for the advocates of government dependency, and anyone who does not will be labeled, you guessed it, a “racist.”

Subsidies have led to the immobility of the poor, the breakup of the black family, and dependency on government programs. There is little incentive to leave the area since the risks are seen as being too great. Star Parker, once trapped in the welfare cycle, writes:

Thirty-five years of Great Society social engineering have forced the disadvantaged to live under the control of the federal government. Politicians control their housing, food supply, schooling, wages, and transportation. A centralized government makes decisions about their childcare, healthcare, and retirement.2

This is not to say that blacks should imitate “white culture.” There is nothing inherently good in being white. Whites have similar pathologies. We’re all sinners. There is no inherently good black culture. Black is not always beautiful, and, of course, the same can be said for white culture, however it is defined. There’s a great deal of good in both cultures.

  1. Mark Cauvreau Judge, If It Ain’t Got that Swing: The Rebirth of Grown-Up Culture (Dallas, TX: Spence Publishing, 2000), 4. []
  2. Star Parker, Uncle Sam’s Plantation: How Big Government Enslaves America’s Poor and What We Can Do About It (Nashville: WND Books, 2003), 72. []
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