Friday, May 29, 2015

The Crisis In Black America

This Blogger recently saw the movie, Selma about the protest marches organized by Dr. Martin Luther King to gain voting rights for Blacks in the South.  King's leadership ultimately led to Socialist President Lyndon Johnson putting the Voting Rights Act before Congress and the bill becoming the law of the land.  First, this is a great movie.  Second, it demonstrates what a powerful and insightful leader Dr. King really was.  Sadly, Black America today has no such leader, which is one of the reasons there is a Crisis in Black America.   What we have instead are Poverty Pimps like Al Sharpton and others that have gotten rich off the misery of the poor. 

Rather than attempting to help Blacks succeed in America, these characters want to see more Blacks on Welfare and Food Stamps because it is the basis of their power.  The end result has been the destruction of the Black inner city family, 7 out of 10 Black babies born out of wedlock into poverty, the highest poverty rate in three decades, an unemployment rate that is double the White unemployment rate, Black on Black crime that is resulting in the death of thousands of Blacks each year and failing public schools that are resulting in a very high Black drop out rate.   This is not a pretty picture and it is getting worse as we see riots in the streets. 

There is a Crisis in Black America that will only get worse as long as so called Black Leaders, including Pinocchio and Michelle Obama, continue to portray Blacks as victims.  Until we have Black Leaders of Dr. King's talents and caliber that preach personal responsibility and government programs like WorkFare and School Choice, the Crisis in Black America will only get worse.  This Blogger does not see any National Black Leader with Dr. King's talents on the horizon, except perhaps, Dr. Ben Carson.  Until such leaders emerge as the voice of Black America, what we have instead are Poverty Pimps, pushing Socialist Schemes, seeking to enrich themselves at the expense of the poor.    This has been the story since Dr. King's murder and we see the end result; sadly just more misery and poverty.     

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