Are North East blacks more intellegent than South East blacks?

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“Pancakes and eggs...”

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#1 Mar 31, 2013
Not better, not more valued...but is the brain development in North East blacks more advanced than that of blacks in the South East, who never left the colonial, subserviant, slave environment and or mindset or patterns.

For instance...with equal education now...why do so many blacks in the South East still insist on speaking old style, subservant, colonial English?

Where as many blacks in the NE, or other areas cut off from that colonial subservient past, seem to do just fine, or much better at speaking normal English...

It seems blacks, who are forced or choose to live around other cultures seem to thrive more...where as those who remain in and around the sluggish, low expection ways and mindset of the SE, seem to lag along...

Does environment play a role in how intelligent one will become?
bigtool

Southampton, NY

#2 Apr 2, 2013
they are all dumb.
dunadd

Greensboro, NC

#3 Apr 3, 2013
one thing about it, there aint no hate in the northeast for the people of the southeast. plus the people of the northeast dont look down their noses at the people of the southeast. America is one big happy family. this is one of the reasons the US is going to balkanise in the near future. the culture of NYC is different even from the culture of New York state let alone Virginia or South Carolina. the culture of New England is different than Pennsylvania. Matter of fact people of interior Pennsylvania say Philadelphia and Pennsylvania are two different states and they are meaning culturally. i am so glad people of NYC love people of the southeast. ya dont look at people of the southeast as lower on the scale of humanity than yourselves. people of the northeast and particularly people of NYC look down on everybody else. always have, always will. love youse guys.
dunadd

Greensboro, NC

#4 Apr 3, 2013
thought of a question after posting. Yeah, i can think. why are there so many people with NY tags moving into the southeast? Invasion? why mingle with southern trash? i mean moving down southeast means shopping, eating, golfing with these lowlife. love youse guys.
bigtool

Sag Harbor, NY

#5 Apr 3, 2013
dunadd wrote:
thought of a question after posting. Yeah, i can think. why are there so many people with NY tags moving into the southeast? Invasion? why mingle with southern trash? i mean moving down southeast means shopping, eating, golfing with these lowlife. love youse guys.
blacks are moving south more and more.its where they belong on the porches of alabama.

“Pancakes and eggs...”

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#6 Apr 3, 2013
Blacks in the SE were, and still kind of are, created in the colonial image...

The old bugs bunny, cartoon, satirical image...

An image of convience, created by the old time slave masters, and society...

Like the bionic man intro: We will rebuild him...

But in the case of the slaves brought over from Africa...:'We will rebuild them to meet and suit our purpose'...

Which of course meant..

1.Breaking the spirit of 'culture' and independence...
2. Not allowed to speak native language, but not allowed to learn English either..

And on and on and on I could go...

So the image of the SE colonial black is basically 'mockery'...

It's the image of 'low expectation, and buffoonery, the colonial powers engineered within the black populations of the day.

Think about it...plantation owners and slave owners didn't want smart, bright, independent, confident thinking slaves or servants...

Instead they wanted simple minded, physically capable, order taking, low self esteem servants, who would never run away, and accept their role in life and society...

So what you see in the South East, even today, is left over residue from how blacks were engineered to be by the powers that be, at the time...
dunadd

Greensboro, NC

#7 Apr 3, 2013
a lot going south from the north are whites. a lot of the blacks going south are professionals, doctors, lawyers, management. you, time and space, are a bigot and people like you are one of the main causes for the soon balkanisation of the US.
bigtool

Sag Harbor, NY

#8 Apr 3, 2013
dunadd wrote:
a lot going south from the north are whites. a lot of the blacks going south are professionals, doctors, lawyers, management. you, time and space, are a bigot and people like you are one of the main causes for the soon balkanisation of the US.
trust me the professional blacks,which are very few,stay up north trying to fit in white society,russell simmons,p diddy,ben carson ect.the rest go south because its warmer in case they go homeless and the smokes and booze and fried foods are cheaper.its a lazy place which they like.

“Pancakes and eggs...”

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#9 Apr 3, 2013
dunadd wrote:
a lot going south from the north are whites. a lot of the blacks going south are professionals, doctors, lawyers, management. you, time and space, are a bigot and people like you are one of the main causes for the soon balkanisation of the US.
And you lack, or haven't the ability to read, or comprehend much...

For starters...obviously if they're native North Easteners moving or transplanting to the South...then they're not 'colonial'...

Smart people don't pass judgment on others until they read, and re-read...and read some more...to make sure they understand what a poster is trying to communicate...

So which group am I racist against...North Eastern blacks or South East blacks?

Huh...what?

“Pancakes and eggs...”

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#10 Apr 3, 2013
Or...or...am I simply trying to compare or point out certain regional 'mindsets' that effect the behavior and progression of some...

And or public perception...

People who are not well traveled often times lack the ability to contrast different things...
dunadd

Greensboro, NC

#11 Apr 3, 2013
if a person has to read, reread, rereread etc to figure out what a person is reading, the writer aint too swift. thank you for letting me know i havent the ability to read or comprehend much. Virginia mountaineer which was built on Scottish Highlands coming out. we aint as bright as the rest of y'all. people from north of the line dont never judge people from south of the line. how ya like the dont never. y'all like to throw the word racist round, dont cha! i never wrote the word racist in posts on this topix. being southern is culture, not a question of race. where in my posts did i mention colonial. people in Cleveland and Pomeroy, both in Ohio, are Ohioans but the mindset, using your word, of people of Cuyahoga and Meigs counties are as different as night and day even though situated in the same state. Socialism is stronger in Cleveland and Cuyahoga County than Pomeroy and Meigs County while US Constitutionalism is stronger in Pomeroy and Meigs County than in Cleveland and Cuyahoga County. Same state, different mindset. aint that strange. People in Farifax County, Virginia adjacent to DC are far more liberal and socialist than Washington County, Virginia on the Tennessee line. Fairfax County has a lot of foreign born Americans living there while Washington County has more mountaineers who are more apt to be Constitutionalists, being descendants of the over mountain men who fought Ferguson at Kings Mountain. Be sure to read, reread and reread the reread so you understand what a country boy will survive wrote. down and on the side. little trucking lingo there. if you dont understand, just disregard. Auf Wiedersehn, Au revoir and SHALOM! I also have German, French and Efrayimite ancestry. chini, hindi bye bye.
Rhoda Dendrum

Massapequa Park, NY

#12 Apr 3, 2013
No, they're just alot nastier and ungrateful.

“Pancakes and eggs...”

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#13 Apr 3, 2013
You are correct...you did not use the word 'racist'...you used the word 'bigot'...

I have no problem admitting my error...

Admitting to error or mistakes, is the only way to movie conversations forward...

Please respond to how colonial powers engineered the minds of slaves,servants, to behave for the over all benefit of that system...

And can you, yourself, see emotional, dialect, attitude, residue, from that period, that has been handed down through generations?

And have you ever met a black family raised, say in Montana, totally cut of, severed, from that whole, subservant, colonial identity mindset?

(An identity that is 'off'...created by others artifiscally through social realities of the day)

Why a whole people would willingly carry on the traditions and mindset of servitude, long after it has ended, is beyond me...

Maybe you have an explanation...
RHODA DENDRUM

Massapequa Park, NY

#14 Apr 4, 2013
I hear you. I always wondered about that myself. The whole welfare thing. The studs make babies all over the place.
dunadd

Greensboro, NC

#15 Apr 4, 2013
Not being African American and not having the ability to get into their minds, it seems the blacks brought their mindset with them. slavery was an institution of black Africa long before the US or the mother came into existence. Africans have been enslaving each other for eons and continues to this day in Sudan, South Sudan and other parts of the African continent. it, servitude/slavery, seems to be instilled in their minds, at least the memory and mindset. My people, Scottish Highlanders, could very much remember the atrocities afforded our ancestors by the English but we rather choose to go beyond that and those of us in the Isles, North America and around the world choose not to remember or celebrate those times. Also an ancestor of mine from Germany arrived as an indentured servant but that is behind us. as to an explanation why an entire people would willingly carry on the traditions and mindset of servitude, long after it has ended, is beyond me also. I say get on with life. could it be the traditions and mindset of servitude is used to obtain things in life as tokens of past traditions and mindset of servitude, enabling said receivers to obtain things? I frankly do not know the answer as my Highlander thinking blocks any thinking as a descendant of people coming from Africa. My recollections of the past are from people such as Robert de Brus and William Wallis, my being a direct descendant of Robert de Brus and the MacLeods and MacNaicils of Skye. Again, i dont think the colonials engineered the minds and mindset of African Americans but rather they, African Americans, brought it with them. I hope this suffices.

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#16 Apr 4, 2013
dunadd wrote:
Not being African American and not having the ability to get into their minds, it seems the blacks brought their mindset with them. slavery was an institution of black Africa long before the US or the mother came into existence. Africans have been enslaving each other for eons and continues to this day in Sudan, South Sudan and other parts of the African continent. it, servitude/slavery, seems to be instilled in their minds, at least the memory and mindset. My people, Scottish Highlanders, could very much remember the atrocities afforded our ancestors by the English but we rather choose to go beyond that and those of us in the Isles, North America and around the world choose not to remember or celebrate those times. Also an ancestor of mine from Germany arrived as an indentured servant but that is behind us. as to an explanation why an entire people would willingly carry on the traditions and mindset of servitude, long after it has ended, is beyond me also. I say get on with life. could it be the traditions and mindset of servitude is used to obtain things in life as tokens of past traditions and mindset of servitude, enabling said receivers to obtain things? I frankly do not know the answer as my Highlander thinking blocks any thinking as a descendant of people coming from Africa. My recollections of the past are from people such as Robert de Brus and William Wallis, my being a direct descendant of Robert de Brus and the MacLeods and MacNaicils of Skye. Again, i dont think the colonials engineered the minds and mindset of African Americans but rather they, African Americans, brought it with them. I hope this suffices.
I'm not here to ridicule or critique anyone who simply shares their opinion or belief, in a polite way, based on their background, environment and experience...

Of course we're all bias in how we present 'our' truth...

And all self generated 'truth' is a bit self serving...usually casting others in some kind of 'inferior' light...be it moral, cultural or personal habits...

No one ever really shares truth that casts a bad light on 'self'....

It's just the nature of man...

That being said...your post, as an opinion piece, was politely written...

“Pancakes and eggs...”

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#17 Apr 4, 2013
But I will say, this idea that the vast peoples of Africa, post colonial interference, were incapable of loving freedom or the land they were one...is a bit to much for me...

All people love their freedom....

And want to be free...

And the peoples of Africa were no different...

“Pancakes and eggs...”

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#18 Apr 4, 2013
Correction 'pre colonial interference'....
dunadd

Greensboro, NC

#19 Apr 4, 2013
all people love their freedom. what is freedom? freedom to one peoples is not necessarily the same as to others. the concept of freedom. Is the concept of freedom the same to the American, Russian, African bushman, Vietnamese, Australian Aborigine, Iranian, Inuit, the list is endless. Is the concept of freedom the same for the Scottish Highlander as the Manchurian. freedom. a many faceted concept, wouldn't you agree? would you agree there are as many concepts of freedom as there are peoples. does African Americans have as much freedom as say their Caucasian counterparts and their Hispanic fellows? Does the African American have as much freedom as the Asian American?

“Pancakes and eggs...”

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#20 Apr 4, 2013
In America...yes...

But what some choose to do with that freedom, varies vastly...

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