Documentario Uncle Tom (Tio Tom / Pai Tomas) Closed Caption PT/BR

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i care deeply about black people and the issues of black people but i care deeply about the issues of all people i want to look at things objectively when i look at what policies i believe will help not only black people but what would help all people i voice that and because i stand in opposition that makes me and uncle tom i used to get very offended and upset whenever people would call me an uncle tom
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i think i'm in a place now when someone calls me that like i kind of pity them because of their ignorance it just shows that they haven't actually read the book whenever someone calls you an uncle tom what they're trying to communicate is that either you just do not like black people and you see all black people as trash or they're trying to communicate that oh you're just trying to fit in with white people you're trying to be accepted amongst among whites and so i'm going to call you this
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derogatory word to put you in your place and to remind you you will never be accepted by by whites you'll always be just a black [ __ ] those people who find my instagram and commenting it just to call me uncle tom house negro i you know i i never thought that i would be called you know such racist and derogatory terms uncle tom uncle tom uncle tom [ __ ] [ __ ] bootlicker chucking in java house negro [ __ ] alcac and [ __ ] matter of fact i
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have a [ __ ] award over there food of the year award they call us the coons for indians like me you're an uncle patel uncle ruckus the praise be the white god and his son fight g the guy from get out they put his face on my post i find that the african-american experience for me has been for the most part very good i think the funniest thing i've ever been called the most absurd thing is a black white supremacist it's like the old chapels get clean why power it must be real people say
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crazy things left to say the [ __ ] to you don't try to twist what i say but that's what you're saying narrative that is not what i'm thinking that is what you're saying that it you can't tell me i know you learned that's what you're saying you know me you sound like all of them oh yeah okay and guess what you sound like all the monkey toms now how about that i knew it the noise it's good to hear from you it's good to hear from you go drop dead
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all right thank you noah what a sweet lady and uncle tom is somebody who has sold out by embracing the white man by becoming a republican by rejecting the idea that you're a victim by supporting things like hard work accountability and low taxes by refusing to think of yourself as a black person first as opposed to as an american who is black your skin color should dictate how you think and what you say the only way i can operate as a human being is via my skin color i can't
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operate via my intelligence or the things i have accomplished my resume should be i'm black when uncle tom has traditionally been a black person that tried to serve and scurry favor with white people so they believed that i want to be accepted in the white community kind of like the house negro back in slavery that i'm in the house master what can i do for you and i'm going to suck up to them and leave my people behind most black
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people don't believe that other blacks can be independent free thinkers or or or stand definitely don't or stand up for what is right they believe that if a black person stand up for what is right they'll sell out their uncle tom the white people have to be brainwashed as my late grandfathers used to say who lived to be 94 i does not care because he didn't have a lot of education he said i does not care so i don't care if they call me names you know
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just meet me at the bank [Laughter] and we'll compare bank accounts i am very optimistic about the future uh frankly i have seen certain changes in the united states over the last two years that surprised me i've seen levels of compliance with the civil rights bill and changes that have been uh most surprising so on the basis of this i think we may be able to get a negro president in less than 40 years
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[Music] in churches in bars on the streets americans have been celebrating this great landmark in the long struggle for civil rights in chicago the veteran black leader jesse jackson broke down in tears in atlanta from the pulpit of martin luther king's old church its pastor declared tonight we have seized the promise of america not to sound crazy but you know white people always had jesus so they always had that mentality i could be anything even god
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for me the image of him is like who's the most powerful person in the world who's considered like a god basically he's the president of the united states obama became that image for us like that jesus we never looked at ourselves as being politicians we looked at ourselves as rappers or football basketball players drug dealers that's why i think obama was important in becoming president because it gave us that optic like we could be whatever we want to be it was america
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finally feeling that we could let go just let go and say we finally did it progress is here i cried when he won [Applause] [Music] it's a reality and we did [Music] because i can't believe that i got the opportunity to live to see something so great like [Music]
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[Applause] i believe when you dream your dreams can come true who would have thought that this year a man like this will be elected as the president of united states this is the beauty of america god bless america god bless america [Music]
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i became a christian back in 2009 the year prior i voted for barack obama was really passionate about barack obama and his policies i was having a conversation with a friend and i was telling him how like i'm a democrat because you know the democrat policy is pro medicaid pro government benefits all these things that can help you know poor urban communities and doesn't the bible say that we're supposed to look out for poor people
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and this friend of mine who's also a christian said well was it talking about the government or was it talking about you and i thought you know that's very interesting and so i went back and read it and it was talking about me a lot of the way that i saw things began to change but i was still a democrat this friend of mine challenged me to
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go and read the republican platform and read the democrat platform and see where my values and my views line up [Music] my whole mindset was changing you know around this time and so i had to come up on that offer i went and i read the entire democrat platform and i read the entire republican platform and i was like man i'm a republican i have learned to go beyond just listening to what cnn says or even
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fox news i go on fox news all the time but i decide to go beyond what they are saying and what they're selling and i'm able to listen and do the research on my own so i know who i believe in who am i voting for and why i used to be a democrat i used to be hardcore barack obama the democrats are only here to help the people they are the the party of the people and then i found out that the democratic party was the party of slavery ku klux klan the the jim crow laws
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they were opposed to the civil rights movement the 13th 14th and 15th amendment which freed the slaves gave black people citizenship and the right to vote the democrats unanimously unanimously voted against all of those rights and when i found that out and nobody could give me a legitimate stance on how the party switched it's like i have no other choice but to at least consider what principles does the other side have what are they offering when i began to educate myself on the
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history of the democratic party i learned a lot about margaret sanger the greatest city in the world is bringing children into the world that have disease and i learned about the birth of the ku klux klan and i learned about the jim crow south and i learned about black wall street [Music] and all of those events had democratic hands in them it unraveled everything that i knew to be true everything that the news media taught me
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everything that my own culture taught me nils nugget george washington mural should be covered but preserved according to a san francisco school board decision don't they have better things to do do you know what that problem is with that mural it has a slave in it that was back then but they want to cover up history it had a native american indian in it
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they don't like that it's part of history i focus on three things performance performance performance the three things that are my guiding lights belief in god belief in myself and my belief in the united states of america i learned it from that man right there [Music] my dad worked three jobs until he lived
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off of two and he worked two until he could live off of one he used to be a chauffeur for the coca-cola company and then one day he was asked to drive for the chairman and ceo robert w woodruff it was like a 24 7 7 day a week job i never heard him complain about having to work so hard i never heard him complain about what the government didn't do to help us we were poor
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but we didn't know it we didn't have people screaming at us all the time telling us we were poor my dad encouraged my brother and i to get as much education as you can because he worked in an environment where the most successful people were the ones that had the greatest amount of education success does not come in a straight line it's a [Music] a job they're going to zigzag against me man what about right privilege i don't want to hear a lick of that crap anymore
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you're stronger than that you're more powerful than that i'll tell you what i go to a job interview and someone don't give me an opportunity i'm gonna apply for every single job on the block until i get a job i don't need no handouts i don't need your excuses i'm gonna go harder than everybody else in that job and if you go hard and you put yourself in position you will be successful i never saw myself as handicapped because i was black i was a woman that i came from poverty it was just not the way i processed the world
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as someone who got a ged went to a community college then went on to get a four year degree graduated magna [ __ ] laude while i was working 40 hours a week nights and weekends at the community college library my life has taken many turns i married at 16 i dropped out of school by the time i was 21 i had three small children i had no idea that i would end up going to college and becoming a university professor graduate school was very interesting for me in a lot of ways
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i had this experience in a course that was being taught by a white female she was actually a white liberal at some point in the classroom i'm sure i'd said something that really irked her because she turned to me and she yelled you'll never be able to change the fact that you're a black woman and i interpreted that to mean that i was handicapped whether i knew it or not there i learned that i was black i was poor i was a woman and that i was not
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supposed to have accomplished the things that i had already accomplished which was success by then it was too late when i was a kid i went to a summer camp in an area of california called yukaiba really bucolic flowers everywhere was just wonderful it was a boy scout jamboree and there were hundreds of boy scouts from all over california and from what i can tell there were just a handful of blacks i was in a cabin with maybe seven or eight kids and we've been together now
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for three four days and there was one kid he and i got some sort of argument i don't remember why and he called me a [ __ ] and i literally had to restrain the other kids from killing this guy i mean they were just going to kill him they were more angry about it than i was and so i never really felt that those who are bigots the racists were in the majority i never really felt that i always felt that people who were bigots intuitively were in the minority and most people didn't feel that way that seemed to be consistent with my own
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personal experiences i was always confident i always knew i had a good memory made good grades and my parents gave me a lot of positive feedback because of that i always knew i was going to be an achiever and it was no doubt about that the only doubt was the the route there was never a time when i thought of myself as a victim never not one time you're afraid of being marginalized right welcome to what it feels like to be
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black a man caught on video unleashing a racist rant an alleged racist incident racial bias racist tendencies racism racism from coast to coast the open racism statements of racism he was brutally beaten by attackers yelling racist and homophobic slur a racist drifter is it racism is it sexism how do we get white people to see racism as their problem too that was racist racist go back to africa kind of racism straight up racist racist tweets racist tweets those tweets are racist a racial
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dog whistle the most successful black americans today are nigerian americans because they're not brainwashed by our media we've heard all about the big explosive cases of racial injustice in america but that's not what most black people in america deal with you deal with what we call microaggressions or a thousand cuts of racism every single day i grew up being told of my disadvantages that this country is unfair to to black people you're black you're not gonna be able to do it you can't get this you
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can't get that you can't get bank loans when you walk into a bank you will get a loan more easily if you are a white guy the ideology is implanted into you subconsciously to believe these things we don't teach our children to have confidence it's like we're brainwashed to think is it because i'm black why are they looking at me like that how many of you feel judged how many of you feel feared on-site when people see you show hands we teach them to be scared of this country to be scared of
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the world that they live in it's like a cancerous plague in the mind of black americans we try to say that this country does not specialize in racism and bigotry i am saying that racism exists i am saying exist but you have the luxury you have the luxury to be cavalier about it when you are angry it's very easy to be deceived it's very sad to see black people operate in that there's a lot of members in the black community who they are operating in very negative energy
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[Music] i call out racism that is maddening to me and i'm crying about it because it's crazy if you keep yourself in this constant state of woe is me i'm disadvantaged i'll never accomplish anything then you won't accomplish anything it will be a self-fulfilling prophecy for you if you determine that you can't be successful or that you're oppressed then you are oppressed that's the power of the mind if you believe that you can't you won't when you sure as hell won't try and black america has been programmed to believe that we can't
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the country was founded on racism and bigotry david if you turn on a radio morning show you an african-american the cops show up we don't know if we're gonna make it out alive i'm sorry the message is clear if you broke and white in america you're wasting your whitening and that's what's being fed into the urban community white supremacy it's the backbone of political and economic disenfranchisement of black folks so long as black people continue to have their psyche filled by that nonsense we won't have an
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awakening trump is a racist he doesn't want more brown and black people here it gets brainwashed into you in multiple facets we tend to be geared towards entertainment you need to know that a lot of your fans is racist people have used those entertainment personalities to convince us subconsciously what we should believe if you like that [ __ ] you [ __ ] racist [ __ ] you ain't shut down [ __ ] donald trump i'm beginning to lose confidence in the trump administration
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[Laughter] yeah what do you think of that uh i think it's actually a great thing jay-z has always been a drug dealer to the black community he's very open about the fact that he used to sell crack cocaine when he was living in the projects and that's how he got ahead so he was selling something that was harming the black community while he's still doing that he's still selling something that's harming the black community and it's flying off the shelves and that's victimhood we have to have the conversation we have to have tough conversation we have to talk about the n-word and we have to talk about why
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white men are so privileged in this country [Music] colin kaepernick same exact hustle right this is a half white man who's chosen to pick his hair out to be an afro to be black because right now victimhood is hot colin kaepernick is making a ton of money jay-z is making a ton of money is black america any better [Music] the communities are still hurting but they get to line their pockets and we accept the same type of crack cocaine
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the left gets away with this because 80 to 90 percent of the primary sources of news are left my father was a janitor he was born in the jim crow south fast forward my father in his late 40s started a small business got a little bit of property this is what happened in america raised three boys educated them uh we have a thriving black middle class if black america were a country brook it would be the 15th wealthiest country in the world for crying out loud this is not your grandfather's america america is an idea that's why we're different in every other country that's why we have
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freedoms that other countries don't that's why entrepreneurs are birthed here that's why there's so many millionaires here that's why black people are doing better here than anywhere else in the world it's very simple this ideology people begin to adopt around the world and they become successful it's an idea america is an idea anybody who adopts the idea of america will be american and successful if you don't adopt idea you are not american you're not going to get that foreign america if you don't pursue the
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american idea i love that this country values individuals as a black american in the united states i have autonomy and the things that i do are of my doing a lot of people expect when you say farmers are expecting white tracks to land and tractors and stuff but we don't have any of that and i realized when i look back here every day i'm proud of what we've gotten done so far started with chickens which is the
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gateway farming to goats rabbits horses posey and zelda one's anubian one's akiko really badly bred this year was the first year that i ever had those individualism independence and taking responsibility for your actions and for your food i think that's for promoting small government values when you do things yourself you don't need the government to do it for you i think black americans should believe and uphold the ideas of constitutional inherent rights
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without those beliefs we wouldn't be where we are today [Music] i will support and defend the constitution in the united states of america against all enemies foreign and domestic that will bear true faith and allegiance to the same that i take this obligation freely without any purpose of invasion or mental reservation so help me god we don't take an oath to a color to party to a person we take a note to the thing that binds us all together and that's our
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constitution that's our rule of law [Music] those of us that understand that oath will always be guardians of the american republic if i want to see this nation that i love so dearly continue on in the path of liberty freedom and individual rights then i got to make sure the subsequent generations understand that they are willing to go out and fight for and defend it just the same as i did because i had a dad that inculcated that into me at the age of 15 when my dad said that
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there was no greater honor than to wear the uniform in the united states of america that's a powerful statement coming from a man that was born in 1920 down in the south never heard him say a bad word about the united states of america he went out to serve and fight for this country even though this country did not see him as it should have seen him but he wasn't a victim the black community really believed that if they could show that they were willing to stand side by side with white americans and fight for liberties and
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freedoms that sooner or later people understand that we can't have this hypocrisy executive order 9981 that president harry truman signed that desegregated our military he finally realized that if we are true to ourselves about the liberation of other people from the tyranny of nazism fascism and japanese imperialism but we got to be true to that here in our own country in the united states of america that's why harry truman's picture hangs in my house
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that's why the the principles of the founders speak loudly to me even though we face the difficulties of today and tomorrow i still have a dream [Music] it is a dream deeply rooted in the american dream i think it is an immoral posture to hold the position that individuals whether they be negroes or members of other minority groups
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should have their basic constitutional and god-given rights held up self-governance is what all of those grassroots people were seeking they understood that the victimizer i.e racism and discrimination may have knocked you down but there's a victim that has to get up hello is this latasha fields hi this is bob woodson how are you good listen i want to invite you and
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your husband to join this consortium of viruses we're calling it the 1776 consortium to respond to the 1619 piece that was done in the new york times i'm not interested in engaging in debate with them i'm saying we need an accurate portrayal of slavery but it doesn't totally define the black condition we wanted people to understand that the future of black america is not defined by slavery but by the kind of things we did in response to these conditions similar to
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what you and your husband has overcome [Music] i wish that it would be mandatory reading not just in the black community but all across america to read the autobiography of booker t washington here was a man that was born into slavery and when he learned that he was free his number one quest his number one goal was to get an education he walks from present-day west virginia
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to hampton virginia to hampton institute so that he could show himself qualified to enter that institution get an education when he established tuskegee normal and industrial institute it wasn't just about the book learning it was about industrial learning it was about people being able to take an education and develop themselves into entrepreneurs so that they could have self-reliance there was a schism between booker t washington and wb devoid
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booker t washington believed in the ability of someone to get out there and work within the system show their value by the talents that they were able to develop by the businesses they were able to create and open the w.e.b du bois faction more so believes in that protest oriented demanding of rights and things of this nature this is where you get to sell out uncle tom and all of these things that they use to demonize booker t washington
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but when you think about it in the long run who was right w.b dubois wasn't avowed socialist who became an avowed communist who renounced his american citizenship but the institution that booker t washington established is still there today we need to go back and understand what booker t washington was really his his philosophy what he was trying to get us to understand there's nothing wrong with hard work there's nothing wrong with working your way up from the bottom much the same as
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his autobiography says up from slavery [Music] [Music] i had a college student ask me one time how did you deal with color and race when you were climbing the corporate ladder my answer i didn't let them deal with it i didn't focus on that i didn't have time [Music]
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i went to the president of the pillsbury company and said i need to get involved in some other aspects of the corporation because i want to run one of the business units one day so he said we need a lot of leadership in burger king you have to go and spend two weeks at wappa college there really is a water college in miami i graduated summa [ __ ] laude [Music] i'm working for the department of the navy the same day that i started another white gentleman named robert started
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working there also we had very similar jobs so the first 12 months i got outstanding performance four quarters in a row second year outstanding performance four quarters in a row and robert got outstanding performance but robert was getting his gs salary increase at least two months sooner than me so i went to wayne my supervisor and said robin and i are both doing a great job he said yeah why is he getting little increases
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quicker than me he said he has a master's degree i said oh it's not because he's white no he has a master's degree do you know what i did i didn't get mad i went and got me a master's degree went back sat down with wayne i said well i got a master's degree i said next time you have opened for a promotion i said keep me in mind see you around and not long after that they had a special project called a rocket
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assistant projector they had to have someone who was going to be the gs gs-13 supervisory mathematician to do the special ballistics on this rocket assist projector i got the promotion and i had eight white people working for me it was all about performance not to color your skin so since i now had that master's degree and i had proved myself i got the job
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when i decided to leave down never get the department head and he called me in for an accident interview and i never forget russ i think he's deceased now he said you know you have taught me something i said what he said i had never worked with a black person before you taught me don't judge somebody [Music]
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i grew up primarily around black people primarily in what we call the afrocentric perspective that means everything in life was seen from the lens of being black in america i used to have gold teeth in my mouth i got young savage tattooed across my stomach i got my hood tattooed on my forearm so i kind of had this whole hip-hop culture negative angry mentality i grew up believing that white people did not like black people and that no
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matter what you did in life the white man is going to hold you down my parents didn't teach me that i was a victim but there were other influences that did whether we're talking about uncles and aunts in the hip-hop industry the media it painted a picture of the black man in america as being in a constant state of distress a constant state of disadvantage and i have relatives of mine who bought into
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that message and i even bought into that message before i was born again the only people i knew who who existed in my life and who was who i could pick to be role models were athletes and rappers so many of you guys have watched my political awakening it's been i've been pretty much in front of everybody on the stage when i've had this reckoning but there's one person um who totally transformed the way that i thought it was a video that i saw on youtube um and it was larry elder [Applause]
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[Music] oh my god they always call me the sunken place team i think it's funny larry elder is my mentor i can call him anytime about any topic because there are still spots of ignorance that i have i'm having to contend with the fact that all i have is the media narrative of things and he he lived through it he saw and he'll tell me exactly what to look up in research larry elder was at the forefront of being a thought leader in terms of questioning prevalent narratives of the black community especially with regards to individual accountability if you have parents who
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care about education there are books around and you're immersed in it you're going to have a better situation than somebody else with the same iq whose parents don't have that kind of motivation who don't immerse you in education environment absolutely has a role he provided a huge part of my awakening one video of him with dave rubin and i went oh my goodness i've been so ignorant you wouldn't not acknowledge that there are some systemic issues give me an example tell me what you think the most synthetic racist issue is what is it well i would say that because black
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people in most cases in many cases were descendants of slaves that racism as a as an institution that it just a certain amount of it just exists 2015. give me the most blatant racist example you can come up with right now um i think you could probably find evidence that in general cops are that cops are more willing to shoot if the uh perpetrator is black what's your data then what's your basis for saying that last year well look i know a lot of people would say look
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what's going on in chicago i know what they would say i'm talking about what the facts are 965 people were shot by cops last last year and killed four percent of them were white cops shooting unarmed blacks in in chicago in 2011 21 people were shot and killed by cops uh in 2015 there were seven uh in chicago which is a third black a third white and third hispanic 70 of the homicides are black on black uh about 40 per month almost 500 in the per year last year in chicago and 75 of them are unsolved where is the black
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lives matter on that the idea that a racist white cop uh and shooting unarmed black people is apparel to black people is bs it's complete and total a white guy could say all this stuff all he wants it's facts or it's not but larry elder did something different what this lie does it causes young black men to be confrontational with cops instead of cooperating and it causes the cops to pull back for fear that they'd be called racist i saw a black man that reminded me of myself and other people i grew up with and i said he's
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black he came from a similar background how did he come to these conclusions it's incompatible to have porous borders and a welfare state so i think it's just common sense to say if you come here you might not be a charge on taxpayers why is that so controversial in order to be persuaded or to like someone's work you don't have to share a race with them however we're talking about a very important fundamental shift like a breaking of the frame what's the purpose of an the purpose of the s.a.t is to make sure the student can do the freaking work
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that's required of him or her once they get admitted to that given university so if you give them adjust the score because of their disadvantaged nature that does not give them the ability to compete at the school and succeed so all you're gonna do is create more dropouts we already have because of race-based references you're talking about breaking a very major narrative shattering a glass ceiling a lot of young black people are discovering me and consider me to be something of a mentor the way i considered thomas soul and walter williams black people have never taken a
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position that you described so it is not a question of what black people chose to do is what you you choose to put in the mouths of black people is what you choose just to project we didn't learn about these guys i didn't know who thomas soul was until four years ago the engineer is judged by uh the end product of which is not simply ideas if he builds a building that collapses it doesn't matter how brilliant his idea was or he's ruined uh conversely if an intellectual who's
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brilliant has an idea for rearranging society and that ends in disaster he pays no price to hear thomas soul destroy all of this so-called data that the so-called enlightened among us were using to try to get their way and to try to shape policy we would also have to agree that generally speaking women are paid less for example for the same jobs as men no i would not i would not agree with that if you're talking about women with the same number of years of experience with the same continuous service etc etc then when i look at that
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i don't find that disparity i find for example in many cases the women are making more depending on how you break the data down the difference with women is between unmarried is between married women and everybody else if his message would have somehow penetrated through all of the nonsense and all of the manufactured preconceived notion that i bought into and settled itself in my mind he would have been a huge influence for me why wouldn't
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they teach us about thomas soul in school i know lebron james i know you guys are excited to see her i didn't know you guys would be excited to see me too i know all these rappers i don't know thomas soule i don't know about walter williams i've always been a radical i've always challenged the status quo if there's one person that you think black america would be celebrating i supported things like minimum wage laws because i thought it was a good idea until i ran some professors and say well look walter let's look at the effects of the minimum wage law as opposed to looking at the
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intention they gave me material to read and and i and then i changed my mind it's like having a very successful family that you never knew you had until your grandfather dies and y'all meet at the funeral while i was hanging out with my cousin smoking weed y'all were we got people in our family that have gone to harvard we have people in our family that own businesses highly successful why have you hidden this for me
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it's unfortunate but history is written by academics and academia is a tool of the left if you find a very educated black american somebody got a 4.0 at a public high school they are actively learning their history wrong that's a part of the uphill battle that we have is that if you are educated you're actually miseducated when i was growing up my mom was a democrat remained a democrat her entire life my dad was a republican remained republican his entire life by the way most blacks were republican
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until the new deal my dad was born in 1915. and my dad like most people his age was a republican he never changed my mom became a democrat in large part because of franklin roosevelt who will reap direct benefits through unemployment compensation most blacks were republican to the extent that they could vote before the the new deal and then when the new deal came a number of blacks switched over to the new deal that's which has continued only a few months before his tragic death president kennedy called upon the american congress to pass the most far-reaching
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civil rights bill in the nation's history protect the constitutional rights of all citizens the shift came with the presidential election between richard nixon and john f kennedy martin luther king jr had been imprisoned and both sides asked their respective presidential candidate to give a courtesy call to coretta scott king and offer their condolences and their support what have you the rumor got out that john f kennedy
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did so the next thing you know in every house down south and i can say this from from my own eyeballs there were three pictures that hung in in the living room of any black home down south it was jesus christ martin luther king jr and john f kennedy john kennedy promoted a dramatic tax cut he was a coal warrior he was a hunter he believed in the second amendment john kennedy's collection of views right now would make him a republican he would not be welcome within the democratic
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party no memorial oration or eulogy could more eloquently honor president kennedy's memory than the earliest possible passage of the civil rights bill for which he falls it goes back to the mid mid-1960s as to why blacks believe they should be democrats in 1964 the civil rights act passed lyndon johnson signed
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1965 the voting rights act passed lyndon johnson signed so he got credit for those two major pieces of legislation but here's what they don't tell you there was a larger percentage of republicans in congress in both instances that voted for it than the percentage of democrats that voted for it who enabled the civil rights legislation of 64 to pass senate
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republicans led by everett dirksen everett dirksen got an award from the naacp for helping to shepherd the act into fruition most blacks are unaware of that i didn't study that kind of stuff when i was in history president johnson was able to get the civil rights bill passed and it was perceived that it was an effort on the part of the democrats and so that's a perception and a narrative that has been created that caused the community to connect that event
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momentous event to the democratic party and they have been using that idea to effectively create a perception that the best friend to the black community is the democratic party which is far from the truth black people have been taught that the democratic party wears the white hat when it comes to civil rights and racial justice and republicans have been described as wearing the black hat if resistance to the federal court orders
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ceases at once the further presence of federal troops will be unnecessary and the city of little rock will return to its normal habits of peace and order and a blot upon the fair name and high honor of our nation in the world will be removed dwight eisenhower was responsible for bringing the civil rights issues to the forefront i have a dream one day it was a movement that was challenging
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america to embrace its ideas those ideas that were found in the declaration of independence that all men are created equal to hold our society america to the principles that were found in the constitution and those constitutional principles that protect our liberties and protect our individual rights that's what that civil rights movement was all about there must be a revolution of values in our country
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because some of the values that presently exist are certainly out of line with the uh values and the idealistic structure that brought our nation into being unfortunately we haven't been true to these ideals it was signed under the hope that that piece of legislation would open up opportunities for the blacks to have equal access to have first-class citizenship have better economic opportunities that was the dream that dr martin luther king
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talked about [Applause] al gore's father al gore senior work with other democrats to mount what was at the time the longest filibuster in the history of the senate to prevent the bill from ever getting onto the floor for a vote al gore's dad by the way died a democrat he didn't make a big switch to join the racist republicans
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whenever i began to read the republican party platform i didn't find one thing in there that i felt as a black man targeted me i began to wonder well if i can't find anything in their platform maybe i can find something in the republican party's past that gives me an example of how they targeted me as a black man and i started with abraham lincoln who was a republican you know you can argue well he signed the emancipation proclamation as a war
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strategy you could argue that but at the end of the day the fact of the matter is that it was a republican who saw the emancipation proclamation then if you fast forward to women's suffrage it was a republican chief justice in william taft that struck down laws that made it illegal for women to vote if you look at jim crow it was republican votes in the senate and in the house that was able to rid
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this country of jim crow when we look at the history of entities like the kkk it was specifically intended to suppress the african-americans and keep them from voting for republicans specifically that was always what the kkk was founded to do a lot of black people were voting for democrats because they were being forced to if you don't vote for democrats the ku klux klan are going to come and lynch your eldest son
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and so you fast forward to today the message is still the same if you don't vote for democrats the republicans are going to come they can turn back voting rights they can turn back many of the things that people suffered and died for didn't nobody donate to us the right to vote it's the same democratic party it's just they learn to play the game better we in the same ship it's the same suit just warmed over it ain't nothing changed the same party is doing the same thing they always been doing
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party of division the party of power if you're a minority or smart you can believe what you want to believe support what you want to support you are free to do these things you don't have to support one person you don't have to drink at this one water fountain you're free to make choices it's like okay that's great i choose to be a republican and then whoa everybody stop he is encouraging a generation of foolish young people these are lost disturbed self-loathing people notice
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that all of those youngsters had caps on it was almost like we're going to dress you for the photo it's gone from like physical restrictions but now you know in the 21st century as we're reaching the information age it's become a sort of metaphysical restriction as to what a minority can and can't do minorities shouldn't think this way minorities shouldn't support these people minorities shouldn't believe these things black conservatives today or anybody that has a black conservative message we are the people that are escaping the plantation the liberal will
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try to control a black person through the concept of racism because they know that we are very proud emotional people what was the reaction when black slaves escaped the plantation it was swift what i saw was a minstrel show today him in front of all of these white people embarrassing himself when minorities don't support the agenda of the democrats or the left all of a sudden the restrictions they put on years ago in a physical realm or they're now doing in a metaphysical realm but are we 100 convinced like are we back on the kanye
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is not sick and off his meds he really has a problem pumping the break here mentally and emotionally maybe he was missing his medication it all makes clear that he has struggled and admitted diagnoses for personal mental health issues anybody who threatens the 95 percent monolithic black vote is an enemy they've got to be dealt with they've got to be put down another stunning act of terror the mass shooting at two moss in new zealand he claims to have been radicalized by candace owen saying that she was an
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inspiration to him she has responded sarcastically few events i've not been blamed for brazilian mining dam collapse chinese uh air smog tenerife air crash 1973. she's not taking this at all seriously what do you think the press is doing when you try to smear someone as having a mental disorder and when you say this that someone is inspiring a mosque shooting you're trying to make it so that my career is effectively cut off you're trying to make it so that nobody talks to me so that i'm considered sort of this reject i just have to say that i object strenuously to your use of the worst word hilarious
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um to me this feels a lot like your reaction to being named in one of these manifestos now you're of course not responsible for the words of somebody writing that document but i do think that laughing at it is a real problem because these are real families that are impacted by this violence i'm a black female who came from poverty i should be at the top of the progressive stack i should be receiving awards they should be calling me inviting me on the red carpet to share my story but they're not why because i'm not saying what they want me
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to say you would rather assign meaning to a homicidal maniac than to actually address that i said to the things that i said today that are actually harming black america number one father absence number two the education system and the literacy rate illegal immigration ranks high abortion ranks high white supremacy and white nationalism if i had to make a list again of 100 things would not be on it this hearing in my opinion is a farce and it is ironic that you're sitting here and you're having three caucasian people testify and tell you what their
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expertise are do i know what my expertise are black in america i've been black in america my whole life all 30 years and i can tell you that you guys have done the exact same thing every four years ahead of an election cycle and it needs to stop i think probably the most hated political person in america is a black conservative and that's because we refute the entire philosophy of the democratic party i think the fact that a black person can start in government housing and go on to be
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one of the most successful brain surgeons ever to exist that's somebody you should emulate that's someone you should idolize that's someone you should put on a pedestal came from nothing became a neurosurgeon one of the greatest men in the world some of the things he's done nobody's ever done in the world he was the first person to perform surgery on conjoined twins at the brain no one wanted to do that and he did that as a black man i don't think of myself
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as a surgeon um just a guy people pay to stab their brain until they're healthy quick back story on dr ben for those who don't know he's a former brain surgeon and republican presidential candidate who are celebrity in chief donald j trump nominated as his hut secretary in 2017 despite him having zero relevant experience now i think carson is a very intelligent person to ignore that and say like oh well he's a doctor he has no business in
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government really so we can't even have we can't even have people who are smart enough to be doctors in the government now like who do you want to be in the government then just because dr ben carson is a well-educated neurosurgeon who doesn't speak fluent [ __ ] doesn't mean he's acting white okay so i don't agree with calling people oreos but i can see why you would call dr ben carson one ben carson do you pass the black test you know i grew up in detroit and i grew up in boston in boston you know we we lived in the ghetto excuse me you you grew up in a what egg
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guiteau a ghetto that sounds like a french person saying cats in spanish what is that what kind of black person says ghetto mother i'm straight out of calmed heart this kind of crap goes on all the time they're trying to say he is not black enough i was at a popeye's organization and then i deposited basketballs at the urban athletic complex
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uh thereafter i rounded out the night by making it precipitate at a ladies clothing removal facility we want to shun him he's a sellout he's a [ __ ] we want to remove his name off of schools the detroit school board now considering stripping the name of hud secretary dr ben carson off of a local school over his ties yes to the president i've cringed when i've seen the way people like ben carson get treated by the media for example when carson first became hud secretary he gave a speech where he likened slaves to
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immigrants a land of dreams and opportunity there were other immigrants who came here in the bottom of slave ships worked even longer even harder for less but they too had a dream and he got fried especially in the black media like we actually came here on our own accord right i bought it shackled yeah beat shot killed on our way here to find a better life how does he miss that no slave came to this country willingly this is one of the most atrocious acts of historical revisionism that one might
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imagine it wasn't always easy for new immigrants certainly it wasn't easy for those of african heritage who had not come here voluntarily and yet in their own way were immigrants themselves obama said the very same thing at least 11 times nobody said anything the left claims it advocates for black people but they really advocate for left-wing black people reagan won pennsylvania by the margin of despair
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by the margin the fracture of our coalition your time has come pick up your slingshot pick up your rock declare our plan has come when i became old enough to vote i registered as a democrat because that's what the black people did i suffered for it because i started to believe what the democratic party was saying i believed until they're alive louis fair cam would come out here to
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l.a and he was going to toss it at the farm and he talked about how bad the old blue eyed devil was we and white people are mortal enemies they were not made to be our friends they were made to be our enemies and they are that and they can't be nothing but that they are locked into them ain't no redemption for them that is why i challenge you now to stand together i will listen to justin jackson raise your fists
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together and engage in our national black littoners i would listen to them and they were saying it's all white people thought and so i started to believe because nobody else was opposing what they were saying and for the first time in my life i started to resent white people i suffered for i finally got over it but i suffered for it when i turned 30 something i started asking questions like if the white man is holding me back
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because i'm black why is it that they're not holding justin jackson his family back this so-called naacp at all them their kids went to the best schools they have father mothers in their homes and they were doing very well and so i wonder why is it that they are not holding those people back if they're holding me back because i'm black right and that's when i realized i've been lied to and everything starts to change jesse jackson is a racist demigod and he's built a career on keeping black people down keeping them angry
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brainwashing them to control them for his own personal gain and they have lost that power speak your mind i grew up in alabama on a plantation and i grew up under the jericho loss it deliberately kept us down by causing us to become angry destroying their family and immoral lives and black people and so what we're trying to do is to wake them up to that reality when i was growing up i was just taught good and evil right versus wrong i had never even heard the word racism
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we knew that it was a spiritual battle between right and wrong good and evil there was no such thing as racism sexism homophobicism islamophobicism or dead begat or white supremacism it didn't exist that only came about when we allowed the democrats to take over they start making up words to deceive us we've got to deal with homophobia in all communities including the black community a lot of the black civil rights leaders have abandoned the moral high ground
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and have perverted the civil rights movement to the point where it's becoming part of a grace grievance industry we're on the brink of undoing what dr king and others went to jail for blacks have been convinced that they're supposed to respect you if you have the title revenue or a pastor even if you're no good you probably can't even remember a sermon from al sharpton reverend anna sharp he's a reverend of what in politics the road to the white house took a detour through harlem today it is like a rite of passage for
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democratic candidates as an outreach to the african-american community well today south bend indiana mayor pete but a judge had lunch at sylvia's with reverend al sharpton barack obama dined here in 2008 so did bernie sanders in 2016. i could tell the negroes to go left and they'll go left how much are you willing to pay me to get the negroes to do what i want them to do they're the ones that receive the contributions to say hey let's keep these people subjugated let's keep them voting for us and you do what is
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necessary and help us to squelch these voices that are rising up in opposition to what we believe they're leading the narratives that others want them to leave [Applause] if we can get the black community to hate the police then they'll keep breaking laws see we got to keep black people angry stirred up angry kicked off [Music] how else to get 95 of people to pull the lever for a party whose views are absolutely inconsistent with the best
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interest of the country in general in the best interest of black people in particular we still advocate non-violent with passive resistance and still determined to use the weapon of love we are still insisting emphatically that violence is self-defeating that he who lives by the sword will perish by the sword martin luther king was a pastor he was a genuine pastor that's why martin luther king can't be around he can't live
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he's too powerful that anger building up in a community which causes people to riot to tear things down and to burn things up it goes to show that black people don't feel these days like we're building anything that we're contributing to anything when it comes to america black people help build this country [Music] when you look back at the history of black people here in america once we were free from slavery we were successful in ways
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and we overcame things and we did things far beyond our predecessors could have imagined simply because we had that almost instinctively in us as blacks emerged from slavery oh and minute percentage could read or write and yet in half a century over half the black population was literate economic historians call that one of the most remarkable things in history so in the late 1800s we had actually
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in not very well documented boon of african-american proliferation into the political space entrepreneurial space and we had real movers and shakers in our communities who were doing real things because at one time blacks were republicans and you dominated those seven years after the civil war you were republicans you had more blacks in the house and senate than you do now and you dominated your own economic communities you did that as republicans
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but then what happened was that democrats realized they could still control us by enacting new laws to suppress our civil liberties that brings us to the rise of jim crow the jim crow era and ruby bridges going to school that happened in the 1950s and 1960s that general era but we had hiram roads rebels and many other african americans rise to positions of power in the political space in the late 1800s so
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there's this gap of missing achievement that we have and that is what the kkk that is what the jim crow laws did to our community you can't depend on a government school to teach you raw history you're gonna see people like even frederick douglass become less and less and less celebrated and less and less and less popular because he doesn't really fit the narrative he was a republican very
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american when they want to teach you somebody that was great in black american history and they happen to be republican they don't tell you that element and they also and this is sort of one of the biggest myths that they tell you that the party's completely switched they have to say the party switch they have to because they can't acknowledge that they are part of all of the worst things that have ever happened to black people in history and if you know better and you know the parties didn't switch and you just look at today they're still
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a part of every negative thing that have happened to black people in america let's just take one issue and that's the issue we've talked about for a long time and that's vouchers they have to pass through metal detectors they're faced by security guards looking for hidden weapons they're watched over by armed fleet you're required to send your kid to a school where only three percent of kids can do math at grade level because you have no option republicans want you to have an option the republicans of course are racist so you can't vote for them right
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what a dilemma slave codes in the early 19th century made it illegal for black americans to learn to read why because if slaves could read they could access information i don't believe that much has changed the parties did switch and democrats really are the party of for and by minorities then why do they react so viciously when you introduce legislation that would help the minorities by giving them school choice there's answers to all these questions you have to be the one to find
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them because no one else is going to tell you the inconvenient truth the welfare state is slavery 2.0 the biggest falsehood the biggest lie that gets repeated is that the kind of disorganization and chaos and violence and self-destruction that we're witnessing in the black community is somehow a legacy of slavery in jim crow
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that is just a lie because if that were so between 1930 and 1940 during the years of the depression when segregation and racism was enshrined in laws when there was no black representation in government even in the face of these horrible conditions the black community had the highest marriage rate of any group in society our institutions served as an anchor for us
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and so therefore elderly people could walk in their neighborhood without fear of being assaulted by their grandchildren our business formation rate was higher if we were able to accomplish the building of hospitals dental schools hotels movie theaters vaudeville theaters if we were able to accomplish this and not engage in the kind of self destruction that's the proper way to murder [ __ ] uh
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walk down the ground how can you explain that how is that possible in a society that has experienced so much social progress that we are seeing a decline in the black community the statistics of illegitimacy crime rates and illiteracy have worsened since the time of segregation and jim crow [Music] before the war on poverty launched
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87 of blacks lived below the federally defined level of poverty in 1940. by 1960 that number had decreased to 47 a 40 point drop in 20 years that's probably the greatest economic prosperity period for blacks in the history of this country and this all happened before affirmative action before the so-called war on poverty back then it was commonplace to have both parents in the home [Music]
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if you made a commitment and you married somebody you had kids you stayed with them [Music] it wasn't just about your immediate family it was also about your church family [Music] in those days black men were in control the black woman respected the black man having a strong father showed me how to be a man it also showed me how to treat a woman [Music] when i was young i remember going to
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open house and everybody's parents were there everybody's [Music] up until 1962-63 85 of all black families had a man and a woman raising children but that all changed in the 60s you estimate that the welfare is uh paid i guess uh seven billion six seven billion dollars a year in benefit how much would you say is denied by
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these illegal practices the architect of this destruction was cloud and pivon american public welfare system is only expending half of what it should be expending if it were reaching all of the people who are eligible under existing statutes so we think welfare costs should probably double a couple renowned sociologists at the columbia university school of social work and their theory was if we could [Music] separate
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work from income it would make men redundant and if we can just remove the stigma from welfare and entice more people to flood the welfare system it will bankrupt cities and the country the welfare rights movement and the lawyers are challenging uh man in the house rules and other kinds of requirements which are restricting this i presume would be additional people who could become eligible uh for additional money if
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these were uh if these were challenged yes that would that would raise the cost even more to recruit people into the welfare system we relax the rules if a woman had to declare paternity in order to require after welfare the aclu sued and said this is violation of our privacy rights they also said that the nuclear family isaiah and harriet was eurocentric and therefore racist
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[Music] the women's movement concurred with that the black power movement also agreed millions of blacks in a period of less than four years flooded into the welfare system in major cities at a time when the unemployment rate for blacks in new york for males was less than four percent if i could get me a job where i could be my own man they make me think that they're feeling sorry for me give me
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this give me what i need this is like a pet like a dog you know like give him he you have to be fed now give him some food what you then saw as a consequence of separating work from income the outer wedlock births in the black community began to skyrocket went from under 25 to 70 percent it is a neutron bomb that was dropped on this country and it really hurt families especially the black family during slavery a black kid was more
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likely to be raised under a roof with his biological mother and biological father then today the welfare state has done more to destroy and destabilize the black family than even slavery did we allowed them to remove the fathers from our homes removing the backbone of our families i remember my dad used to be hard on us making us fold clothes and washing dishes properly and if we didn't you know we got to whoop him if we didn't do him right or if we you know didn't do him when he told us to do them and i didn't like him when he did that to us
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my dad made me a responsible man by doing it and it just really made me wonder like what if he wasn't there i'm very blessed to be where i am today and a lot of that has to do with the upbringing i had from my father who was in the house who made sure that we were in school who made sure that we were clothed that we had shelter that we had food that was my father when i was growing up fathers led and you knew not to be fighting and carrying on because you have respect for the elderly and you
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respect yourself because you represented your parents when you're out there and but that representation is no longer there because the man is not there if you look at every major issue facing the black community today it can be stem back to fatherlessness you see black people joining gangs they're joining the gang to simulate a family unit family union can be solved with father don't understand what it's like to how to treat a woman how to be respectful how to earn a living the legal way they didn't have a father in their home that taught them these things and then that father didn't have a father in his home
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so this generational fatherlessness is far more dangerous to the black community than institutional or generational racism if there is a strong man in the household people aren't eligible for these benefits so you see how it kind of starts and it just grows and grows and grows with the political left this whole idea that government can bring people out of poverty and the government can fix all the problems we know that government can't do that the government can't raise a family
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man need y'all you can have the peace that's it now i want the money in your car the weaver was 14 years old when this video was shot and this week a judge sentenced him to serve 20 years in prison for a list of felonies because the left has promoted the welfare state has encouraged women to marry the government has allowed men to abandon their financial and more responsibility we have these problems it is no wonder that you have the chaos more blacks
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are killing other blacks in one year than the clan killed in the 70 years [Music] we are on autopilot in the destruction of our own communities black on black crime is something that our media tells us that we're not allowed to talk about over 93 percent of black homicide victims are killed by other black people we are not supposed to be outraged and
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we're not told to remember the names of those victims because if we begin to focus on that area something that is causing real harm and devastation to our communities we might uncover the truth our inner cities are all by democrat design like chicago like baltimore and like detroit they have been run by democrats for decades we have been made to believe that the conditions in our cities are normal we're supposed to turn a blind eye to the corruption to the crime to the gangs
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instead focus on what our media deems of more importance we are instead told that we should be focusing on white people we're supposed to be reactive and angry and fearful about white supremacy when in fact it is liberal supremacy that is harming our communities in the inner cities who's killing who back in slavery they rip the families apart take the father out of the home now we removing ourselves from the home these are things that i believe have gotten us to the point where we are on
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autopilot for the liberal movement [Music] you begin to ask yourself why is it that more black women are getting abortions than any other ethnic group and you begin to look at maps of where these planned parenthood clinics are situated 77 of planned parenthood abortion meals are located in the inner cities somehow the script was flipped and so it
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became a civil right to abort hiv it is her body it is her right it is her decision it became a woman's reproductive right but nobody really examined the motives behind it 52 of all african-american pregnancies end in abortion 1786 a day and since 1973 over 20 million african americans had been killed by abortion or more federal funding for planned parenthood the democratic party
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has always been focused on pushing eugenics and abortion on the black community margaret sanger the woman that ultimately founded what became planned parenthood believed that certain people were degenerate were unworthy of living and if you're one of those persons perfectly okay for you to be eliminated whether you're talking about margaret sanger strategies back then or you're talking about planned parenthood's tactics of today they're still able to trojan horse the
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black community that is to deliver this message of we're for women's health we're for the black community more than half of planned parenthood centers are located in areas without ready access to health care here you have the left wing embracing planned parenthood embracing the pro-choice movement completely oblivious to the fact that margaret sanger was not particularly fond of poor black people who in her view could not make it on their own i think the greatest sin in the world is bringing children into the world that have
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diseased from their parents that have no chance in the world to be a human being practically delinquents prisoners all sorts of things just mark when they're born that to me is the greatest sin i see black people argue that if a woman is poor she shouldn't have a child if that were the case a lot of black people that i know who have done great things in life would never have been born and i would have been one of them the billboard's idea that abortionist genocide has made a comeback in some parts of the black community our
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population growth has stagnated fueling this is the growing number of latinos who have fewer abortions 60 of all new births in this country are latino and you have democrats that are advocating for open borders minority than black americans right now the democrat party relies upon our vote but they don't have to forever are starting to get the sense that we are being traded for illegal immigrants the caravan lurched forward carrying babies suitcases and hope they're importing a whole new victim class
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she's going to do exactly to the illegals what they did to black america in the 60s get them addicted to government get them into the handouts and turn them into a permanent class of victim voters they are willing to use people's genuine disadvantages people's genuine struggles get into power and we're gonna fight for fairness and justice for immigration we're gonna fight for daca and we're
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going to help how is it that we have maxine waters and john lewis and others in the black congressional caucus who are fighting for daca [Music] for the dreamers of illegal aliens who come to our nation and they're not fighting for black children and the dreams that our kids and our teenagers have they have set them aside and made daca their priority i submit to
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you they are in pursuit of an agenda the black community has literally been destroyed by racist illegal immigration and we're not going to have it when my people do a crime we get three strikes your people to a crime they can ambush they get benefits of protesting the fact that for the last 50 years they're living in cities that are the most dangerous disinvested places and they've been run by liberal black democrats but they've got no alternative to
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express that discontent the black community is low-hanging fruit for the republican party and the fact that they're not making a more concerted effort to message to our community aggressively is a huge mistake first they have to be serious about whether or not they want minorities in the party and if they are then they need to totally rethink how they're going about it my experience is running as a mayoral candidate in a city that's predominantly
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democrat i've been criticized by republican strategists for spending my time in minority communities i placed my campaign office in a historically black community i did that by choice i have not found the kind of support that i expected from republicans i think that if you look at the republican party i believe that if i were white that i
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would notice that there were so few people of color racial and ethnic minorities in my party and i would support the ones that were sincere i love america i've lived the american dream and i want to give hope to people who are disadvantaged not just black people but also white people who come from unfortunate circumstances when i've gone to campaign and elections meetings i hear the strategists say don't waste your time in minority communities you need to hunt where the
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deaths are for years the democratic party has assumed they were going to get 90-95 of the black vote as did the republican party that didn't even try republicans have convinced themselves that blacks are unalterably democrats there's nothing we can do about it let's husband our money and our energy and just spend it where we think we can get votes the republican party ignores us because they believe a narrative that has been pushed out into the public square that the black community is a a monolith and so we're being ignored on
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both sides the major conservative in the race carol swain was the last you can see tonight we are not making the kind of investments in our minority allies that's the fault of the republican party is that they have just completely said ah we can't connect with them and and they gave up we have more in common with the republican party by far than anything democrat regardless of where your position is social economically because the democrats they're not giving jobs they don't care about jobs so they
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don't want you to succeed they don't want you to own anything that's why they keep spoon feeding you putting you in projects and then you keep getting little so now you're dependent being unapologetically capitalist is sort of the way to move forward i want to be rich i don't want to be poor you want to be wealthy and successful well we're the party that that promotes uh values and and policies that will make you wealthy and successful conservatives are really bad at marketing good ideas they're horrible the republicans have been their own
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worst messengers the problem with conservatives and what we don't do good enough is that we don't infiltrate ourselves into the culture for too long we've got the left run culture saturday night live right we're going to make fun and people can understand humor you're not going to be able to sell your ideas and your theories and your thoughts to the people if you're doing things in the same way that you have done them for the last 20 30 years ladies and gentlemen i am officially running for president of the united states
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and we are going to make our country great again donald trump is the first republican that is unafraid he's unafraid of the media and you know it if you were honest reporters which in many cases you're not the progressive socialist left and all their tactics all their antics it's the next step in our investigation they don't know what to do if you look at his policies and how they benefited and continue to benefit this country there's no denying the objective facts but if you look at the man donald trump
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the version of him as it is painted by the media then it's easy to hate the man to hate his guts painting a picture of him that he is incompetent not capable out of control impetuous all those things is what we get out of the media somehow through the charisma of his personality and a force of his personality has gotten through to some in our community i teach trump as this window of opportunity for black america to wake up is because i think he's the most cultural president we've ever had he was taking photos with rappers he
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was always part of the culture you got this guy that talk [ __ ] wrestlemania he was doing this he was doing that and he's president he made politics cool again donald trump is not in charge of the law in our country because you'd be in jail you could see the realness he's a new yorker man and he talks like one he has that that the bravado like one he wanted to be a tough guy i didn't take the property a lot of young black people that's why they're drawn to him if people spoke to black
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people the way donald trump does bluntly without condescension look how much african-american communities have suffered under democratic control to those i say the following what do you have to lose donald trump is facing a new backlash what the hell do you have to lose the best pitch trump's latest attempted outreach to a larger voting bloc is already being called
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ignorance so disrespectful and so condescending how condescending how offensive how racist whatever things right why do you have to lose you're living in poverty your schools are no good you have no jobs 58 of your youth is unemployed the audacity to stare at black america on the face and say hello wake up you're already losing look at your communities everything's run down what's the big deal take a chance on trump people black and white and brown who did not go to college
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have felt ignored by the elites of both parties and trump turned over the tables in the temple you can say he's an artful he's not particularly he's not smooth whatever people really don't care people are tired of politicians that say one thing and do something else especially we're starting to see in the black community they want to see some change they want to see something different and that's why blacks feeling as if their conservatives is on the rise they're looking at the results
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[Applause] you think you can bully people to stop doing something right call us coons all the type of names right usually people run into they look cubbyholes after that it's a new movement now and we want all the smoke it's really clear people told me that the way to make a hat so i bought the biggest mega hat then i bought a bigger one so nothing somebody said something to me the common sense a big one simple math really when you put it all together yeah i'm black i'm not democrat peter mega hat ooh way [Music]
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it was donald trump who woke me up man at first when he was he was nominated and he was elected i was not a big fan but to see the things he's done for black community things he's done for america in particular i'm a huge fan now and he has my support we are historical towns people are waking up people are changing humans are naturally conservative you grow up being taught to work hard for what you you know you don't grow up being told you're gonna get something because you just want it you're saying like you ain't got to work for it we went when i went to stove and i tried to get the snickers and they had no money for it i'm gonna smack my hand
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that's [ __ ] back you feel we can't afford that you know what i'm saying but democrats they say hey we give you everything for free that ain't reality black america is starting to get it and that's why there is this sort of battle that's happening i think right now black america is in the midst of an ideological civil war oh it's [ __ ] it's racism it's trump get off your feet [ __ ] this we gotta stand up we gotta do our [ __ ] we gotta do what we gotta do that's a waste of time you guys this is so beautiful look at
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all of us we made it all the way to the white house this week the two days we're going to the white house with 400 black kids and it's basically saying you don't get to take away my blackness because i don't agree with you because i'm educated before it was just a monolith and there was no thought it was just nodding like zombies like of course we have to support barack obama the one reason that i thought that his candidacy would be positive the one reason was because when senator obama
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was interviewed by steve croft i believe that was his first 60 minutes interview and steve croft said to obama you think the country's ready for a black president yes you don't think it's going to hold you back no i you know the i think if i uh don't win this race uh it will be because of other factors it's it's gonna be because uh i have not uh shown to the american people a vision for where the country needs to go that uh that they can embrace i said to myself
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hallelujah at least this is not your basic black victory well he got elected i cried tears came to my eyes during his inauguration a black man being a president like this is finally we have proven to the world and everybody else in the country that this is not a racist country and i think that's what america really felt that we had turned the corner i could follow in the same steps now finally that there was no barrier that was preventing me as a black american from doing anything many people had high expectations that he was going to
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take us in a direction that was going to improve things obama before he became president gave a speech at a black church in atlanta and he said the moses generation referring to the generation of martin luther king has gotten us 90 of the way there which i thought was pretty reasonable he said my generation the joshua generation have to get us that remaining 10 percent moses generation pointed the way they took us 90 of the way there but we still got that 10 that was before obama became president
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i'm suspecting that now that he's president that that 10 probably got shaved into it just a little bit yet when he's president what did he say what did he do slavery jim crow discrimination in almost every institution of our lives you know that casts a long shadow and that's still part of our dna that's that's passed on we're not cured of it racism racism we are not cured of obama got a higher percentage of the white
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vote than john kerry did and here he is talking about racism is in our dna the cambridge police the cambridge police acted stupidly acted stupidly what he really did was add to the level of racial tension that we have in america today he went out of his way to capitalize on this sort of like wokeness there are very few african-american men in this country who haven't had the experience of being followed when they were shopping in a department store that includes me he had al sharpton in
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his white house over 70 times and every time you criticize president obama based upon policy you were called what a racist he played the race card obama did this is a guy who knew better and could have in my opinion done a great deal to advance race relations in this country we didn't turn any corner and so now we are just at a point we're at each other's throats yes you did he made things worse for america in terms of race and there's not a single person that can say they remember
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america feeling like this constitution i didn't call you a [ __ ] okay that's a big difference before obama wasn't all this racist talk at all i don't remember it i don't remember at any point before barack obama ever feeling this much racial strife in this country obama was the most divisive president of our time community i will consider it a personal insult an insult to my legacy if this community lets down its guard and fails
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to activate itself i believe obama is one of the most articulate presidents that we've had charismatic president had when you look at his educational background he's probably one of the most intelligent he knows better i harbor a lot of resentment towards barack obama because now i see what he was but i wouldn't take that moment back for a lot of reasons and one of those reasons is that it did mean a lot now it's something that i point to to show people if america is a racist country how did
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barack obama get into office for two terms in barely half a century you can go from a young african-american girl being escorted into the school by the national guard to having the first person of color occupy the oval office that's why all those people were in tears when obama was elected president ah look at what we are look at how this is america if they're is anyone out there
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who still doubts that america is a place where all things are possible who still wonders if the dream of our founders is alive in our time we still question the power of our democracy tonight is your answer it's the answer told by lines that stretched around schools and churches in numbers this nation has never seen by people
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i didn't grow up thinking you know one day i'm going to own my own business i'm going to do my own thing it seemed like something that surely i could never achieve that that's something that you have to be really smart you have to come from money you have to have a huge set of capital before you can even start a business that's something that's too lofty for me i would never accomplish that so i didn't even think about it if you have some material and stuff that you're needing i would like to get it to a place where you can call him and if we have it in the shop he can run it to you
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early in my 20s when i began to go into a transition if you will of learning more about policy of learning more about the platforms and how they're so different from one another i realized well no there's something that is well within my grasp this is something that is attainable being a business owner in america is one of the greatest privileges of being an american i love being in this country where you can start anything you can be anything you can do anything and
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it's not possible everywhere to do it that way you know oftentimes i get crazy messages from people who they can't believe i do this or whatever but you don't know until you do it yourself you don't really get it and understand it until you start doing it yourself in my heart of hearts i do desire that people will kind of have the same kind of revelations that i've had because to me what it means to be a conservative is
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to realize that a lot of the dignity that you have is within yourself conservatism is the political philosophy that is pro-business that is pro-growth that is pro-minority way more than any kind of liberal idea or policy can ever be i want for people to understand that i want for people to realize that these are the things [Music] it starts with the individual what you do and making yourself a better
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person will matriculate down to everybody else in the community all the generations that come after you the power is in your hands don't rely on air wait for everybody else to do something you have the power to change you you have authority to change you i will not pretend to be a victim in this country i know that that makes many people on the left uncomfortable i know people might not like me because they're from an era where race hustling is a business i say to people i'm not here to be your friend i'm not here to become the most
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well-liked black person in america i'm here to be like an alarm clock your alarm clock goes off in the morning and you're pretty pissed at it but eventually you get up and you do what you have to do many of the black kids who grew up in this country they see mom and dad voting for democrats they don't question it they just go and do it but many of them have so much potential and so much worth that they can really do anything they wanted with their lives so much creativity it's so much
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vision what's sad is that many of them are being lied to and they're being put in situations where these limits are being put on them by their selves by their family by their schools by the government to where their minds are ever dependent on democrat politicians on democrat policies when in reality you're bigger than a program you're better than a program you're capable of providing for yourself so much more than any government program
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can provide for you my fear is that with black people in america many of us haven't came to that realization and i want for us too because we can do so much better as a community when we come to that real estate alrighty that'll do it [Music]
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