Help the Black community

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  1. RKMBrown
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    AYUP While we were fighting our wars on drugs and terror and paying people to not work, the rest of the world that was still in depression from WWII have now passed us by as far as quality of life goes. While we stand still the rest of the world marches on laughing at our use of our resources to build them a means to pass us by.
     
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    somehow coloniztion did not ruin this country or India. Why is that?
     
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    then blacks are not oppressed
     
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    At least inside the US, wealthy black people do not live among other black people. They leave as soon as they start entering middle class. Why is that? Why is it that as soon as black people started entering the middle class they ran away from Chicago and Detroit?
     
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    So what do you want? Acknowledgment that Black slavery and segregation were uniquely oppressive events in the US? Done. Where do we go from here? :confused:
     
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    Of course black slavery and segregation were not uniquely oppressive events. Not anywhere. There is nothing unique about it.
     
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    "in the US" -Comprende?
     
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    Not even in the US. There was nothing unique about slavery.

    What is unique is the way the mantle of guilt was so easily assumed. That is unique. Even in places that treated black people far worse than they were here, places like South Africa, there is nothing like the mantle of American white guilt.
     
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    Was any other ethnic group subject to slavery and "legal" segregation in the US?
     
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    The Irish
     

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