Of course you would think what I am saying is a joke, you are completely taken aback that a non African American dares to challenge your stupid "AA superiority theory".... After-all you are superior and we are SUPPOSED to just agree, if we don't, we are "idiots", lol.<quoted text>
Dude do you have anything better? Your post are a joke.
I blame Americans schools for stupidity, maybe you missed what I said about Jamaicans and self-reliance, let me remind you!<quoted text>
Jamaicans aren't any more self-reliant than African-Americans are.
Right, just like many black owned countries throughout the world do the same!<quoted text>
Jamaicans run their own COUNTRY, police, fire, Ambulance, water and electricity services, army, building, manufacturing, road and motorway works, Bridges, housing markets, railways, waste disposal, engineering, farming, markets, Banks, university, schools, newspapers, TV stations, Music industry, film industry, phone networks, many inherit land, and so on - heck they even build their own cars now!...
So how does being a stand-in governor of a white built and owned town or city compare to the above, a large black population means nothing.
The median net worth of a white household was $113,149 in 2009. The same figure for black households is only $5,677.
Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/whites-are-20-...
Black Americans do not have any collective wealth (you own less than 2% of america's wealth) therefore you have nothing and have no real power.
Read what an AA stated about the state of black America.
We want to have an opportunity for education. We want to have good housing. We want to have good medical care. We want to make sure that the next generation is going to be better off than the previous generation.
Those kinds of life chances depend on a certain combination of income and wealth. Many people think of income as being the basic thing for all of those life chances. But in reality, income usually goes into your pocket and out of your pocket.
But wealth - your savings, investments or inheritances from the previous generation - those are the resources that you use to really establish your opportunities in life. Getting an education for your kids, purchasing a home, handling catastrophic illness, leaving a legacy for future generations. Wealth is really what provides for the life chances that you want your children to have. Income alone doesn't do it.
The difference between wealth and income is really highlighted when you look at differences among blacks and whites. While blacks make sixty-two cents of every dollar of income that whites make, they only have ten cents for every dollar of wealth that whites have. The gap for wealth is much greater than the gap for income. So if wealth is important for securing life chances, then blacks have a very difficult time doing that compared to whites.
All black America has is "INCOME" and it all goes back to the white-man!