Wednesday, April 04, 2007


Since most people know its been 200 years since the supposed abolition of the slave trade it is quite refreshing that some one 'Toyin Abegtu' has spoken out for numerous muted black people, most shamefully, black politicians in the UK on the effects of slavery and the shameful nature of the 'celebration' of the abolition. When you have ridiculous, propagandist and outwardly stereotypical and 'racist' programmes showing such as 'The Last Slave' by Channel 4 in 2007 UK then you know there is a problem. Black people in this nation need to wake up a break the mental, economic and behavioural slavery that we are still under today. Until the harsh truths of slavery are dealt with by all citizens in this nation regardless of colour or ethnicity then we will continue to have ten year old black kids being murdered, black kids underachieving in education, a skewed 'hip hop' gangster mentality that is endemic with both black and white youth today. When a society (Blacks youths in the UK) only have African American musicians and British sports men and sports women as their primary role models then you know we have a llllllllooooooooooooooonnnnnnnggggggggg (African accent) way to go. I pray that God will cause a stir that will bring change. Believe me change is coming in this nation that has lost its morals, fails to apologise for the past organised subjugation of other races and has adopted modernity and materialism as its religion.

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Anonymous said...

forced multiculturalism is an afront to the human condition. "white privledge" seems to be thrown around a lot without any true evidence to suggest that it exists. anecdotes are not evidence. support for reparations is almost completley an emotional argument and we all know how that is a logical fallacy. slavery is consistantly used as an excuse, even long after its effects were tangible. if you want to keep playing the race card and continue down a path that does nothing to repair the past then keep pushing a devisive issue like reparations. if you want to actually do something for the "black community" attempt to change the culture that places no value on education, hard work, or personal responsibility.

before you get your panties in a bunch about the last statment realize that its not geared towards the entire black community, just most of it. as long as race baiters like Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton can continue to have greater influence over the community then Thomas Sowell, Clarence Thomas, Condolezza Rice and a whole host of others who don't portray themselves as victims, the black community will continue to slip downward and demand false entitlement when they should be far more critical of their own culture and put some emphasis on the things that will actually change their lot in life.

Anonymous said...

I would be interested in hearing your response to this...thank you