A conservative author this week called on African-Americans to “shut up” and stop complaining about racism because the U.S. had more rich black people per capita than any country in the world. “When you look at the Trayvon Martins and these kids that just killed this Australian guy for no reason, these knockout gangs and people that have been raised to hate white people,” African-American author Kevin Jackson told Newsmax’s Ron Christie on Wednesday. “Essentially slapping other blacks in the face who have paved the way and have built a country that has created iconic black figures, people who are known worldwide.” “Go to anywhere in the world and say Muhammad Ali, say Tiger Woods, say Oprah Winfrey, say Michael Jordan,” he continued. “We have the most iconic blacks. We have the largest black middle class, the largest black number of black millionaires per capita, the largest number of black billionaires, the largest number of black firsts in the world!” “And yet, you can’t get black people to shut up and just enjoy being a part of the greatest country that has allowed that to happen!” Christie reflected on the 50th anniversary of the civil rights March on Washington and wondered why African-Americans “wouldn’t want to take a victory lap” instead of “race mongering.” “Blacks should be taking a victory lap and shutting down the thuggery that goes on in the black community, and essentially changing the tide of that,” Jackson agreed. “Because had we been left to our own devices and not had the experimentation of the Raw Deal and the Ingrate Society thrust upon us, we would be, per capita, leading the number of CEOs that are in the Fortune 500.” Watch the video below from Newsmax, broadcast Sept. 4, 2013.
DataLounge get your fix of gay gossip, news and pointless bitchery.
"Oh my God. I'm back. I'm home. All the time, it was... We finally really did it ... You Maniacs! You blew it up! Ah, damn you! God damn you all to hell!"
We are switching to the new platform for The DataLounge this weekend. All of our mobile users have been using it for over a week and all first time users have been using it for about a month - which adds up to well over one million users. So we're ready to end this phase of the testing and move everybody to the new site. (more)
Talking to DataLounge servers.
Please wait a moment...