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    It's all about culture; black people kill their own communities.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oberon View Post
    It's all about culture; black people kill their own communities.
    Words, language can change everything. This is happening full frontal.
    Try it yourself: If you change the word race/racist to culture - ones argument gathers strength. Back in the days of Islamic killings - I changed the firebrand words to culture then you see a whole load of stuttering. Because culture is real whereas "racist" is an opinion.
    Instead of: "Muslims are crossing the border into our country with bad intent" - thus allowing all the leftie virtue signalers to shout hatred and twist the topic.. I put, "mass immigration of people from a culture at variance to our own is a recipe for trouble"?? The leftie do-gooder's are incapable of digesting this??

    “The worst form of inequality is to try to make unequal things equal.” – Aristotle


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    After the Great Society or whatever it was called by LBJ the decline started rolling down hill fast. Look at some of the other "grease" that was added to the rails like not having to read to pass classes. Not having to speak proper english because it was racist. Saying that any time police arrested a black person it was racist even if they were committing a crime. Being paid to break up the black family units under the guise of the welfare program. Both black people & society were set up by the democrats. Black people started to believe that "it wasn't their fault" which was echo'd throughout society. So what we are seeing now is just the normal progression of the declines masterminded by the democrats.

    Black people have to a large extent woken up to what has been done to them but is it too late? There will always be a percent of people (black, white, no difference) who would love to sit at home & do nothing while the government takes care of them. And sadly that percentage has grown over the years because that's all that part of society knows. And again it's not just a black problem, it's our countries problem.

    You have to hand it to the democrats to come up with a plan to buy votes with government money that comes from even those that don't agree or even hate them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oberon View Post
    It's all about culture; black people kill their own communities.
    A simple meme but doesn't address the issues. That "culture" was formed by whites destroying the black family, business, and community. That "culture" is championed by the disgusting liberal media. The black families that fight to get their kids into good schools rarely make the news.


    You take any family, remove the father, make sure the kids go to non-performing union schools, make sure there are no jobs for the uneducated young people leaving these schools, and constantly tell the young people that the American dreams are dead and all their problems are the fault of racism you get the exact same results regardless of race. Poor white families in the South are just as miserable. Ever wonder why so many posting here whine that "it isn't fair for white people." Or, for women. Or for black people. Or for fat people. Or for Christians. Sound familiar?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dubler9 View Post
    Words, language can change everything. This is happening full frontal.
    Try it yourself: If you change the word race/racist to culture - ones argument gathers strength. Back in the days of Islamic killings - I changed the firebrand words to culture then you see a whole load of stuttering. Because culture is real whereas "racist" is an opinion.
    Instead of: "Muslims are crossing the border into our country with bad intent" - thus allowing all the leftie virtue signalers to shout hatred and twist the topic.. I put, "mass immigration of people from a culture at variance to our own is a recipe for trouble"?? The leftie do-gooder's are incapable of digesting this??

    Exactly. Antonio Gramsci's methods for ruining non-Communist countries and societies advises that same thing in his book on culture wars and tactics on how to go about weakening them from the inside first. Saul Alinsky's 'Rules for Radicals' is essentially 'Gramsci For Dummies', and of course the card carrying Communist Party member Harry Hay started his faggot rights scam using that tactic. Example:

    http://library.gayhomeland.org/0018/...g_Straight.htm

    ... by two of Harry's students.

    Harry was also much beloved for his advocacy of NAMBLa as well, some think he founded that criminal gang as well the 'Gay Rights 'scam.


    Progressives of course 'accidentally' leave out his penchant for raping children in their gushing over the vermin.

    https://progressive.org/magazine/mee...hts-harry-hay/

    The sicker the piece of shit, the more loved they are by the Useful Idiots. And. 'Libertarians' are also big fans of normalizing' sociopathic behaviors, including sexual fetishists.
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    Good, it's about time more people started speaking out on this. Maybe some will hear it and change some minds

    When politicians set themselves above the law; when Governors command by fiat rather than by Constitution; when bureaucrats imagine that they posses legislative power... ...then true Constitutional and Divine Obedience demands “defiance” and “civil disobedience”.

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    Not only have democraps succeeded in enslaving Blacks, but they have garnered a huge following of Whites willing to promote it.

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    This is copied from the Government (UK) Mindspace programme

    "ConclusionNew insights from the science of behaviour change could lead to significantlyimproved policy outcomes, and at lower cost, than the way many conventionalpolicy tools are currently used. For the most part, however, MINDSPACEpowerfully complements and improves conventional policy tools, rather than actingas a replacement for them. MINDSPACE may also help identify any barriers thatare currently preventing changes in behaviour.But there is still much that we do not know. There remains uncertainty over howlasting many of the effects are; how effects that work in one set of circumstanceswill work in another; and whether effects that work well with one segment of thepopulation will work with another, including their potential impact on inequalities –though there are grounds to think that going with the grain will help to reduce them.There are also questions about how far such techniques should be employed bycentral government or left to local policymakers, professionals and communities.One of the most important roles for central government in the coming years will beto ensure that local and professional applications of behavioural approaches arerigorously evaluated, and the results made available for communities to debate andadopt as they see fit. When the cost-effectiveness for an application is clearlyshown, and the public acceptability has been established, central governmentmight them move to national implementation – be this to reduce crime, strengthencommunities, or support healthy and prosperous lives.Whether reluctantly or enthusiastically, today‟s policymakers are in the business ofinfluencing behaviour, and therefore need to understand the various effects onbehaviour their policies may be having. MINDSPACE helps them do so, andtherefore has the potential to achieve better outcomes for individuals and society.The public need to givepermission and shapehow these tools are used."

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    The following is a government (UK) Mindspace behaviour control example...

    “Want to grab some lunch?” ask a couple of colleagues as they walk pastyour desk.“Sure,” you say, as you save the Healthy and Green document you‟reworking on and join them as they head to the lifts. The lifts are busy, andyou think about walking over to the stairs - but you‟re already standingthere, so you just wait.Down in the canteen you pick up your tray and join the line. It smells good.You smile to the man behind the counter and he puts the beef stew on a hotplate and hands it to you. You move along past the vegetarian option, andadd a heap of potatoes and carrots to your plate. Putting your plate back onthe tray, you pause briefly at the salad bar before adding a bowl of puddingto your tray. As you head to the till, you glance at the bit of space left onyour tray and add a can of drink.“Here you go,” your colleague says, as he puts some cutlery and a glass onyour tray and you join the queue together. “Damn, I left my card upstairs.”“Here, use mine,” you say.Finally, you make your way towards an empty table. You spot the PermSec. It would be great to ask her about that new job. She‟s at a table forfour with just one other person, but somehow you just walk on by and joinyour colleagues. “I‟ll catch her another day,” you mumble to yourself.

    Whether we like it or not, we are continually buffeted by a myriad of influences thatshape our behaviour. Some of them are obvious, but many go largely unnoticed.There were many gentle effects on behaviour at your lunch in the canteen. Hereare just a few: Social influence and norms. You joined your friends, of course. You alsostood with them by the lifts and waited – but if they headed for the stairsyou‟d probably have followed (or they would have followed you, if you led). Salience and priming. The food you chose and how much you took wassubstantially shaped by what happened in the canteen. The smell primedyour hunger, but so too did the size of your plate and the fact that you hada tray. Larger plates can make us take larger portions, and trayssubstantially increase the total of volume of food we take. And perhapsthere is slightly more chance that you would have chosen the vegetarianoption if it had come first. Commitment and reciprocity. One of the factors that kept you and yourcolleagues at the lift was that you had already psychologically committed to
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