I’ll listen, at least to some extent and for some amount of time, to any man or woman of any genetic heritage. I don’t, however, listen to slaves, especially slave who cannot be freed because they’re slavery is a product of their own failings and inability to put their inherited ancestral bitterness and hatred behind them.
If They Can’t Move Forward They’re Still Slaves
It’s been 148 years since US Civil War ended and with it ended slavery and yet, in the intervening six generations, the “Black Community” has not moved past that point. Like some percentage of their great-great-great-great-grandparents they’re slaves; they just haven’t any owners who are actually willing to accept them as chattel.
Thankfully, the “Black Community” is collapsing – though Obama has given it something of a resurgence – and more and more Blacks are immigrating to America in their hearts and minds.
As the culture of the “Black Community” is a slave culture – honestly, not too dissimilar in may ways to that of the Israelites under Babylonian rule – why should I or any freeman listen to them? Slaves should only speak when spoken to or when they’ve been previously instructed to speak of things. If they want to speak to me, let them free themselves from their self-imposed bondage and speak to me as an equal, neither of us responsible for- or beholden to the other. Then and only then I’ll listen.