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George W. Bush commemorates the 50th Anniversary of MLK’s March on Washington

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  2. Nothing will improve until leadership improves…

    A black man, Barack Obama, has won the Oval Office…..twice! A black woman, Oprah Winfrey, has topped the highest income bracket in America. Black people born of every conceivable social class have attained the most coveted achievements the world-over. What more can black Americans hope for? In reality, these examples take all excuses away.

    It’s black uneducated children living in godless fatherless broken homes surrounded by ignorant lazy adults whose dependence upon government welfare handouts along with unchecked drug and alcohol habits have nurtured a youth culture to have no respect for themselves or the lives of others, who are the ruthless criminals and killers of themselves and of innocents today. The prison population in America is what it is for these reasons.

    No, racism will never be non-existent. There will always be insecurity and cruelty among every generation and social class of society. But the black Americans’ worst enemy are those of their own race. Barack Obama, Bernice King, Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, Jamie Foxx, Malik Shabazz, and all the others… These are those who will not allow the financial conquests of racism to cease to inflame the black hoodlum youths lust for lawless behavior and for revenge for having been born black. Rather than incite already fragile racial tensions, black leaders should go to any length to educate the young and still impressionable black American youth to the possibilities of what their life could be like if they would only work for it.

    Politicians, the media and angry black Americans need to stop blaming white people for the bondage blacks inflict upon themselves!

    Blog link: wsimpson.wordpress.com/2013/08/28/black-americans-still-crippled-by-racial-policies/