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The Civil Rights Bill was the worst thing to ever happen to black people

Discussion in 'Political Debate & Discussion' started by Sai, Oct 13, 2020.

  1. Sai

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    And they still have not recovered.


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    Exactly what aspect of the civil rights act is bad for Americans of African descent?

    Was it non-discrimination in voting?

    Was it non-discrimination in housing?

    Was it non-discrimination in jobs?

    Exactly what is it about non-discrimination toward Americans that you find objectionable?

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    Back before the so called civil rights leaders, blacks had families, fathers mothers in the house, they worked hard, the were taught not to hate, that racism was a made up word, that the battle was between good and evil. They owned land, had black colleges, owned businesses, and were far better off than they are now.


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    Blacks don’t have families? Don’t have fathers/mothers in the home? Don’t work hard? “They” are taught to hate? They don’t own land, businesses, colleges?

    You really believe Americans of African descent were “far better off” with government approved discrimination in all areas of their lives?

    As far as racism being a “made up word”, I believe your post is proof racism is alive and well.

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    I think the bad part of civil rights was the Great Society, which destroyed families, as well as affirmative action or quotas and busing, which destroyed neighborhoods.
     
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    Bad public policy does not equal “bad civil rights”.

    I agree the “good intentions” of the “Great Society” laws were harmful to many communities and especially among Americans of African descent.

    We change the public policy, not claim blacks were far better off when there was government sanctioned discrimination.

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    Yeup, what damaged the culture of the poor (Black and otherwise) were the Great Society welfare programs. These were not part of the Civil Rights Bills though concurrent with them.
     
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    No, they don’t. 70 percent of blacks are born to single mothers, blacks have the highest abortion rates, blacks are suffering from immorality and from the breakdown of the family thanks to whitey.
    I think they are beyond repair.
    And whites are belittling the blacks that bought property for a black only community. Why discourage that? They realize that ending segregation was a massive failure that decimated black fatherhood.
    You’re in denial.


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    Women are not supposed to lead the family. God over man, man over wife, man over children. That is God’s ordination for man.

    By removing the fathers from black families with welfare we now as believers who love black people can affirm God’s design as truth, and as what is needed in the home.

    Black lesbian women started blm. Black men are out burning looting and destroying because that is what women taught them, they can’t help themselves but to act out emotionally like a woman.


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    Source for statement: “70% of blacks are born to single mothers”

    Source for statement: “Blacks have the highest abortion rates”

    Even if true, the end of segregation is not the cause. A case can be made for the welfare state causing many of these conditions, but not the end of segregation.

    BTW: “Whitey” is a racial slur in the context you are using it.

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    White men and women are also part of the riots. The men who murdered the pro-police demonstrators were both white men.

    Do you believe a single black woman taught these white men to kill other white men?

    Your comments are racist and sexist , imo., and shameful for any professing Christian to utter.

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    I am white


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    What do you think about LBJ’s words “I’ll have these n*****s voting democrat for the next one hundred years?”

    Men and women are equal in value but not in rank and not in physical strength. Women have the same spiritual gifts that men do but are restricted in their applications.

    Back to the blacks. White people are afraid of black people to the point of not voicing their opinions to them even if they are like yours truly, as I claimed in this thread. There is no need to fear. Blacks are capable of criticism when it is given in love and without resentment.

    I was delighted to read that some blacks purchased a large area of land to build their own community. That is exactly what they need for them to grow to realize that the mega millionaire athletes and movie stars are wrong. That it is the breakdown of the black family that happened as a result of the civil rights legislation that somehow thought it was great to go into a restaurant that they weren’t wanted in and to break bread with those who hated them. Yea that was a mistake.

    I talked to a black man who grew up under jim crow laws and he said “we thought only white people sinned.” Because at that point in time black people under oppression turned to God for wisdom and God gave it to them. The so called black leaders did not seek God’s wisdom and the results are devastating. The black American communities have not recovered.


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    The perverse teaching that has led to blacks imagining that "only white people sinned" would be the underlying principle that has doomed whatever other attempts toward progress they might have made. Anyone succeeding under that delusion is prepped to be a monster of horrendous magnitude, as far from God as imaginable. Thankfully, not all of them have succumbed to such doctrines of demons.
     
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    Thanks for the info.

    “Whitey” is a racial slur in the context you used it no matter your race.

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    First: LBJ’s words were racist. He is not responsible for desegregation, the American people rose up against it and the Supreme Court struck it down.

    Segregation is against the law in the US no matter who is doing it.

    Second: You continue to make broad statements of opinion as if they are fact. For instance, you claimed “white people are afraid of black people”. Maybe the white people you know are, but I went to school that was at least 50% Americans of African descent. I also served in the integrated US Army with Americans of all races. I don’t fear people because of their race. Mark Twain said travel is the death of racism. The more you see and interact with other races the more bigotry dies in your heart.

    You also keep claiming the breakdown of the black family is a result of civil rights legislation, which is simply untrue. The “Great Society” expansion of the welfare state certainly has been harmful, but not the end of segregation.

    You also pretend to know what blacks were thinking concerning segregation. You said they “somehow thought it would be great to go into a restaurant they weren’t wanted in and break bread with those that hate them. That was a mistake.”

    The effort to end segregation was about far more than wanting to eat in a restaurant with people that don’t want them and hate them. If you really believe that, you are ignorant of history and blind to reality.

    Desegregation was not a “mistake”.

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    There’s no such thing as racism. Just like there’s no such thing as civil rights. What we are dealing with is good, vs evil white bread. Lol


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    Yes desegregation was a mistake. It was a mistake because no one can legislate morality. Just read Esther. People were not willing to allow blacks into their businesses then that’s their business, simply don’t go there. The civil rights movement was ungodly men trying to play God and it backfired totally.

    White feminists claimed that black women were stronger than white women and they did not need husbands in the home.

    Today there are black pop culture songs glorifying the baby mamas (unwed black mothers). Today hatred for white men is being promoted in black pop culture.

    The black family unit is the microcosm of proof of what happens when men are attacked and destroyed and women are put in charge. What happened to black America is the direct result of destroying the identity of black fatherhood. Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, Mohamed Ali, all had no fathers in the home.

    And what was done to the black American man is now being done to the white American men. White men in America are ridiculed and despised. They are displayed as beta males on film, worshipping women, and the alpha male is reduced to an annoying and irreverent womanizer.

    Just look at the host of popular movies that are promoting women as the leaders and saviors of society. Star Wars is pathetic. You had a weak woman Jedi and some skinny punk as her male counterpart. Smh


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