If Blacks don't believe racial equality will ever be achieved any time soon, what is Plan B? Or should we just stand around with our penis and/or pussy in hand and hearts racing, waitin' fa Jesus to step off the mothership bearing the gift of racial equality? What about getting off our black behinds to do something for self since it is clear we are in the house of a liar and murderer and what wife would continue to live with a husband she has discovered is a liar and murderer. If she remained, would she not be considered an accomplish to said liar and murderer?
Do for self means self-determination and sovereignty, independence, nationhood, land, somewhere on this earth where we can live in freedom, justice and equality as Marcus Garvey and Elijah Muhammad taught us.
Since Black America is among the richest nations in the world, we can buy several states and establish the Republic of New Africa. Or we can separate from these liars and murderers as Pakistan did from India. How many more generations of our children do we want to raise in this land of devils who are heartless, greedy, jealous, envious bastards of the worse kind, even to their own kind. While visiting the South, people repeatedly told me they treat dirty white trash worse than they treat nigguhs! And the dirty white trash are so ignut they would die before they became a nigguh. What did Chris Rock say, "I'm a rich nigguh but don't no white man want to be Chris Rock!"
So forget white supremacy America, just like you would divorce yourself from an abusive partner. Grab your children and run for your life! Allah said, "If you flee in My name you will find many places of escape and abundant resources." The reason you won't consider my words (I'm only repeating what our ancestors and elders taught us) is because you are addicted to white supremacy Type II (Dr. Nathan Hare, foreword, How to Recover from the Addiction to White Supremacy, Marvin X, Black Bird Press, Berkeley). If you are ever able to detox and enjoy long term recovery, you will regain your mental equilibrium and see clearly what I'm trying to get into your thick skull. Elijah asked, "Why do we love the devil?" Answer: because he gives us nothing! You voted for Obama but got nothing. You will vote for Hillary and get nothing, and you will love nothing like a hog loves slop! You kill each other daily over nothing. He kills you daily over nothing. You live a nothing life and love it because you are addicted to the world of make believe. And you wonder why your children are wild and crazy. You send them to the enemy schools to become savages, wild and crazy, then you wonder why they come home from schools, colleges and universities hating you and everything you're about, even though they don't really know what you're about (Amiri Baraka) because they have been taught to hate you no matter what you have done for them, no matter all your sacrifices to keep them alive in this hostile environment with these devils wearing suits and ties and smiling faces.
On Views of Race and Inequality, Blacks and Whites Are Worlds Apart
key questions from our report.
The economic realities of black and white households
Blacks and whites are divided on reasons that blacks may be struggling to get ahead
More whites and blacks say individual discrimination is a bigger problem than institutional racism
Personal experiences with discrimination
About half of blacks say people have acted like they were suspicious of them
Unfair treatment can come in different forms. Roughly half of blacks (47%) say that in the past 12 months someone has acted as if they were suspicious of them because of their race or ethnicity. Many blacks also report feeling like others have questioned their intelligence. Some 45% say that in the past 12 months people have treated them as if they were not smart because of their race or ethnicity.
Among blacks, widespread support for the Black Lives Matter movement
Many blacks and whites say community engagement is key to bringing about racial equality
Other key findings
- About half (48%) of whites say they are very satisfied with the quality of life in their community, compared with about a third (34%) of blacks. This gap persists after controlling for income. For example, 57% of whites with an annual family income of $75,000 or more report that they are very satisfied with the quality of life in their community; just 38% of blacks in the same income group say the same.
- Blacks are far more likely than whites to say they have experienced financial hardship in the past 12 months. About four-in-ten (41%) blacks say they have had trouble paying their bills, and about a quarter (23%) say they have gotten food from a food bank or food pantry during this period. Among whites, 25% say they have struggled to pay their bills, and 8% report having sought out food from a food bank in the past 12 months.
- Black men are far more likely than white men to say their gender has made it harder for them to get ahead in life (20% vs. 5%, respectively). Among women, similar shares of blacks (28%) and whites (27%) say their gender has set them back.
- About eight-in-ten (81%) blacks say they feel at least somewhat connected to a broader black community in the U.S., including 36% who feel very connected. Blacks who feel a strong sense of connection to a broader black community are more likely than those who don’t to say that in the past 12 months they have made a financial contribution to, attended an event sponsored by, or volunteered their time to a group or organization working specifically to improve the lives of black Americans.
- Majorities of blacks say the NAACP (77%), the National Urban League (66%) and the Congressional Black Caucus (63%) have been at least somewhat effective in helping blacks achieve equality in this country. Only about three-in-ten or fewer say each of these groups has been very effective, likely reflecting, at least in part, the widespread view among blacks that the country has work to do for blacks to achieve equal rights with whites.
- A Pew Research Center survey conducted shortly after the November 2008 presidential election among 1,500 voters found that 52% of all voters said Barack Obama’s election would lead to better race relations (including 49% of white voters and 75% of black voters). ↩
- The survey includes an oversample of black and Hispanic adults. For more details about how the survey was conducted, see the Methodology section of the report. While the overview of the report focuses on the differences of opinion between black and white Americans, the views of Hispanics are presented throughout the remainder of the report. Due to small sample sizes, the views of Asians and other racial groups that make up a relatively small share of the U.S. population are not shown separately, but they are included in the overall numbers for all adults. Demographic data on Asians is analyzed separately in Chapter 1, which relies on data from the U.S. Census Bureau. ↩
- Median household income figures have been adjusted to 2014 dollars and are scaled to a three-person household. ↩
- White responses to this item may have been affected, at least in part, by social desirability bias, or the tendency of people to give what they believe is the socially acceptable answer. In this case, 35% of whites who believed they were speaking with a white interviewer said lack of motivation is a major reason blacks may have a harder time getting ahead; about one-in-five (21%) whites who believed their interviewer was black gave this answer. ↩