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Dorner -- Another Angry Fatherless Black Man With a Gun

R.3 Wrote: Feb 14, 2013 11:16 AM
This is the result of social engineering. A realm the gov't has no authority to enter. The Great Society has cost us trillions and is a failure. Now the illegitimate but no less powerful move to create "social justice" is being imposed to correct the inequalities percieved to be a result of racism and a caste system that favors only white rich people. The most effective way to acheive this "justice" is to fragment the society and pick a demon to blame for all the society's ills. The way to maintain it is to fund it. In effect, the Great Society is a political tool and social justice is but another tactic being used by the gov't to manipulate the behavior of its "subjects".
MyBodyMyChoice Wrote: Feb 14, 2013 11:26 AM
I dont see a "demon" who evrything is blamed on. Do you?
White rich people? Hmmmm. White rich people seem to be the ones controlling all the wealth, the corporations, the banks, etc. So yeah, there is a natural divide btwn ppl who are on the bottom of the ladder and those on the top trying to pull that ladder up so nobody can climb it
Birdman III Wrote: Feb 14, 2013 11:32 AM
Last I heard, Black make up approx. 20% of the population. That means that everyone else makes up 80%. Naturally, Blacks can only expect that have 20% of the rich people. If YOU want to be rich like those evil "White" people, then work your azzoff like they did.
Birdman III Wrote: Feb 14, 2013 11:48 AM
Thanks for the correction, GW. I guess that means that Allison can only expect 12.8% of the evil rich people will be black.

I still think that the only thing keeping Allison from being rich is her laziness.
Ralph56 Wrote: Feb 14, 2013 11:56 AM
First, white people have been the predominate part of the population since the inception of the country. So it stands to reason that the predominate race would occupy the positions of wealth and power. There are also a considerable number of minorities who have made amazing achievements in this society. If one person can do it, then anyone having similar goals and talent can do the same. The "natural divide" is one promoted by Statists who want to establish straw men to incite jealousy of achievers. Someone told me a long time ago, "why would you envy the wealth of a wealthy person, you can't spend any of it? Go earn your own."
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