Why are Blacks such animals?

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Apr 8, 2013
 
I ran out of space in the other post.

"Out of approximately 40 million people, you cite as example a half dozen people, five of whom don't even live on the same continent as we do." Ok...what's your point? Should all 40 million people be rich?

"If blacks contributed anything, they'd build a society that you would want to live in. There isn't one." This statement is what made me say what I did about wealthy blacks. Black people have made wealth for themselves and have contributed to American and African society. You also spoke about some African countries and Haiti and Jamaica. I do know Jamaica is a popular tourist destination and many ex-pats call it home. Some cities in Africa are actually some of the most expensive in the world. For example, which is actually quite funny that you mention it, but, in Luanda, Angola "renting a luxury two-bedroom unfurnished apartment costs an average $7,000 per month in Luanda as compared to $4,300 in New York. In Luanda, be prepared to pay as much as $20 for a club sandwich and soda." I don't know Mencken. They must be doing something right lol. Luanda, Angola is the most expensive city in the world now. Who knew? Oh yeah Libreville, Gabon,(another country you listed) is on that list too. Keep up the Africa bashing! You're doing well. Like I said, I don't know Mencken. Those Africans must be doing something right. You sure can't afford to live there. HA! http://www.forbes.com/sites/mfonobongnsehe/20... http://money.cnn.com/2011/07/12/pf/expensive_...

Now with Black Americans, there are probably more wealthy black people here than anywhere else on the planet. Jay-Z, Bob Johnson, Diddy, Oprah Winfrey etc. Jay-Z and Diddy both have contributed millions to charity and have foundations to help less fortunate ones. Oprah helps young girls in Africa. So I say to you "Well,[Mencken], you did your best. Thanks for playing"
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Apr 9, 2013
 
Mencken wrote:
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I almost judged you "Brilliant." You had me until the last couple of lines.
What are liberals going to do? Go into debt so as to spend those of us who are in traditional marriages into oblivion?
That would have been flattering Mencken. My point is that it is liberals that are the driving force of change in this country. They are the only ones who have the self appointed authority to decide for the rest of us just what is acceptable to society. Take guns for instance. Blacks continue to kill one another wholesale in every major city in the country, but guns become an urgent issue to them when a bunch of white kids get killed. To highlight the stupidity of liberals, they react to that incident by demanding we restrict or outlaw certain long rifles because of how they look, even though the killing was done with handguns. That begs the question if we are being honest with ourselves, do we even care about Americas black children? The answer seems crystal clear to me. America cares about as much as blacks themselves care about their children, very little.
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Apr 9, 2013
 
Kallark27 wrote:
I ran out of space in the other post.
"Out of approximately 40 million people, you cite as example a half dozen people, five of whom don't even live on the same continent as we do." Ok...what's your point? Should all 40 million people be rich?
"If blacks contributed anything, they'd build a society that you would want to live in. There isn't one." This statement is what made me say what I did about wealthy blacks. Black people have made wealth for themselves and have contributed to American and African society. You also spoke about some African countries and Haiti and Jamaica. I do know Jamaica is a popular tourist destination and many ex-pats call it home. Some cities in Africa are actually some of the most expensive in the world. For example, which is actually quite funny that you mention it, but, in Luanda, Angola "renting a luxury two-bedroom unfurnished apartment costs an average $7,000 per month in Luanda as compared to $4,300 in New York. In Luanda, be prepared to pay as much as $20 for a club sandwich and soda." I don't know Mencken. They must be doing something right lol. Luanda, Angola is the most expensive city in the world now. Who knew? Oh yeah Libreville, Gabon,(another country you listed) is on that list too. Keep up the Africa bashing! You're doing well. Like I said, I don't know Mencken. Those Africans must be doing something right. You sure can't afford to live there. HA! http://www.forbes.com/sites/mfonobongnsehe/20... http://money.cnn.com/2011/07/12/pf/expensive_...
Now with Black Americans, there are probably more wealthy black people here than anywhere else on the planet. Jay-Z, Bob Johnson, Diddy, Oprah Winfrey etc. Jay-Z and Diddy both have contributed millions to charity and have foundations to help less fortunate ones. Oprah helps young girls in Africa. So I say to you "Well,[Mencken], you did your best. Thanks for playing"
You ignore the fact that Mexicans come to the U.S.A with nothing and I mean nothing but are able to carve out A living and prosper with hard work and A work ethic that puts even most white people to shame. Generations of blacks don't accomplish what one Mexican family can do in one year because they work, A four letter word that to few blacks know the meaning of. For the most part their family unit is something they take pride in. I'm not saying they are all saints, far from it, but they are some of the hardest workers I've ever seen, thay bust there @sses. There work ethic is second to none. I've worked side by side with them and I know this for A fact.
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#257
Apr 9, 2013
 
Kallark27 wrote:
I ran out of space in the other post.
"Out of approximately 40 million people, you cite as example a half dozen people, five of whom don't even live on the same continent as we do." Ok...what's your point? Should all 40 million people be rich?
"If blacks contributed anything, they'd build a society that you would want to live in. There isn't one." This statement is what made me say what I did about wealthy blacks. Black people have made wealth for themselves and have contributed to American and African society. You also spoke about some African countries and Haiti and Jamaica. I do know Jamaica is a popular tourist destination and many ex-pats call it home. Some cities in Africa are actually some of the most expensive in the world. For example, which is actually quite funny that you mention it, but, in Luanda, Angola "renting a luxury two-bedroom unfurnished apartment costs an average $7,000 per month in Luanda as compared to $4,300 in New York. In Luanda, be prepared to pay as much as $20 for a club sandwich and soda." I don't know Mencken. They must be doing something right lol. Luanda, Angola is the most expensive city in the world now. Who knew? Oh yeah Libreville, Gabon,(another country you listed) is on that list too. Keep up the Africa bashing! You're doing well. Like I said, I don't know Mencken. Those Africans must be doing something right. You sure can't afford to live there. HA! http://www.forbes.com/sites/mfonobongnsehe/20... http://money.cnn.com/2011/07/12/pf/expensive_...
Now with Black Americans, there are probably more wealthy black people here than anywhere else on the planet. Jay-Z, Bob Johnson, Diddy, Oprah Winfrey etc. Jay-Z and Diddy both have contributed millions to charity and have foundations to help less fortunate ones. Oprah helps young girls in Africa. So I say to you "Well,[Mencken], you did your best. Thanks for playing"
Luanda Angola was not the most expensive city in the world . Its the most expensive city for expats to live . Native Angolan laborers get paid 50$ per month and live in Luanda next to oil company employees who must pay bribes and security , and etc so it gets expensive

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Apr 9, 2013
 
yo brotha wrote:
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Luanda Angola was not the most expensive city in the world . Its the most expensive city for expats to live . Native Angolan laborers get paid 50$ per month and live in Luanda next to oil company employees who must pay bribes and security , and etc so it gets expensive
Ok. So what is?

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Apr 9, 2013
 
yo brotha wrote:
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Luanda Angola was not the most expensive city in the world . Its the most expensive city for expats to live . Native Angolan laborers get paid 50$ per month and live in Luanda next to oil company employees who must pay bribes and security , and etc so it gets expensive
Scratch my last post. I was in error. It is the most expensive for ex-pats. However, it adds to my original post which was in response to a post made by Mencken which said that blacks would make a society which other's desired to live in. Luanda, Angola is apparently a desirable city if luxury apartments are 7 grand a month. As far as "Native Angolan laborers" well that's relative. It's no more different than the top two percent in America that control most of this nations wealth. I would imagine wealthy African businessman have invested in Angola as well to make it desirable. I know there is bribery and corruption as well. No more than there is over here. It's all subjective and relative.
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Apr 9, 2013
 
Kallark27 wrote:
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Scratch my last post. I was in error. It is the most expensive for ex-pats. However, it adds to my original post which was in response to a post made by Mencken which said that blacks would make a society which other's desired to live in. Luanda, Angola is apparently a desirable city if luxury apartments are 7 grand a month. As far as "Native Angolan laborers" well that's relative. It's no more different than the top two percent in America that control most of this nations wealth. I would imagine wealthy African businessman have invested in Angola as well to make it desirable. I know there is bribery and corruption as well. No more than there is over here. It's all subjective and relative.
The article you quoted is basically speculation . Most large cities have 7000$ per month apartments . They also have $400 per month apartments . And in the case of Luanda they have $100 per month apartments . The author of the article is speculating that expats would want to live only in $7000 per month apartments . They may perhaps be humble and modest people and feel just fine in a basic $400 per month apartment as long as it has a private bathroom . When I lived abroad I lived in $200 per month apartments even though back in the states I was used to much better , simply because I wanted to experience real life in those countries . Who is to say the expats in Luanda wouldnt want to experience the same ?

The expats in Luanda are mostly if not all oil company employees . Their living expenses include private security . Doesn't sound like a nice place to me . I never need private security here in the states. How about you ?

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Apr 9, 2013
 
Yo Brotha wrote:
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The article you quoted is basically speculation . Most large cities have 7000$ per month apartments . They also have $400 per month apartments . And in the case of Luanda they have $100 per month apartments . The author of the article is speculating that expats would want to live only in $7000 per month apartments . They may perhaps be humble and modest people and feel just fine in a basic $400 per month apartment as long as it has a private bathroom . When I lived abroad I lived in $200 per month apartments even though back in the states I was used to much better , simply because I wanted to experience real life in those countries . Who is to say the expats in Luanda wouldnt want to experience the same ?if
The expats in Luanda are mostly if not all oil company employees . Their living expenses include private security . Doesn't sound like a nice place to me . I never need private security here in the states. How about you ?
So basically you are trying to find a way to show how it really is in Africa. As if no one could put that much value in an African city. And so what if a modest apartment is $400 or $200 dollars? My point was that if people who vacation or have business in Luanda are willing to pay up to $7000 for a luxury apartment, well, it kind of speaks for itself. Now let me ask you this. If it were in Europe or Asia or the Middle-East would we be having this discussion? By the way, I'm happy you never need private security here in the states. If you've managed to find a relative paradise, I sincerely congratulate you. As I've said before, even if the average Luandan is an oil employee so what? They are not the ones deciding market prices on luxury apartments. I'm sure it's really rough over in Angola. If you can afford a $7000 a month apartment, for the most part, you probably wouldn't worry too much about security.
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Apr 9, 2013
 
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So basically you are trying to find a way to show how it really is in Africa. As if no one could put that much value in an African city. And so what if a modest apartment is $400 or $200 dollars? My point was that if people who vacation or have business in Luanda are willing to pay up to $7000 for a luxury apartment, well, it kind of speaks for itself. Now let me ask you this. If it were in Europe or Asia or the Middle-East would we be having this discussion? By the way, I'm happy you never need private security here in the states. If you've managed to find a relative paradise, I sincerely congratulate you. As I've said before, even if the average Luandan is an oil employee so what? They are not the ones deciding market prices on luxury apartments. I'm sure it's really rough over in Angola. If you can afford a $7000 a month apartment, for the most part, you probably wouldn't worry too much about security.
I don't have anything against Africa ,in fact I want to visit many countries in Africa . Ive visited 12 countries so far , in the americas ,asia, middle east , europe and caribbean . I would prefer to travel to Africa next time I decide to be an expat for a few months . Ethiopia , South Africa , Namibia , Madagascar are all places that are at the top of my list for new places to see. Still as regards Luando , I just think its oil companies and their employees that are driving up the prices there , not tourists on vacation . I don't think Luando , Angola is a tourist attraction . Just my opinion .
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#265
Apr 9, 2013
 
i'm black i don't even look that black really.. if i permed my hair i could probably do Alexis texas and no white guys would get mad..
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Apr 9, 2013
 
mexicans still probably wanna kill me though..
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Apr 10, 2013
 

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Kallark27 wrote:
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Scratch my last post. I was in error. It is the most expensive for ex-pats. However, it adds to my original post which was in response to a post made by Mencken which said that blacks would make a society which other's desired to live in. Luanda, Angola is apparently a desirable city if luxury apartments are 7 grand a month. As far as "Native Angolan laborers" well that's relative. It's no more different than the top two percent in America that control most of this nations wealth. I would imagine wealthy African businessman have invested in Angola as well to make it desirable. I know there is bribery and corruption as well. No more than there is over here. It's all subjective and relative.
Does Angola have a middle class K? Which African countries have a middle class? Contrast for us what poverty looks like for a black man in Angola or any African country, to what a black man in "poverty" in America gets? When you get a minute of course. I'm anxious for your response.

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Apr 10, 2013
 
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Sounds good. I guess we could load you up on a boat with all the demonic, big-mouth, self-assuming bigots and ship you back to the heavens of Europe. Why don't you give America back to the Native people's that already lived here before your amicable, mutually agreeable takeover? What do you think about that? Or will you continue to delude yourself into thinking white people like YOU are God's gift to mankind?? By the way, don't quote the shallow filth that is evolution. It's never been proven. It's just the elitist, aristocratic, plutocratic whites excuse for their bigotry and racism. So, Miss, before you open that big trap of yours, make sure you fill your "hallowed", "brilliant" white brain with fact and not fiction.
Tell me Kallark, do you HONESTLY think that blacks were the worlds only slaves? The Jews went through FAR WORSE than you people ever did. Stop whining all the time. It's getting really old.

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Tell me Kallark, do you HONESTLY think that blacks were the worlds only slaves? The Jews went through FAR WORSE than you people ever did. Stop whining all the time. It's getting really old.
CLEARLY, you have not read my previous posts. Just spouting ignorance as usual. You FINALLY respond to a post I made a while ago. I've posted a few responses to you and this is the one you respond to? Give me a break lol. To say Jews were treated far worse is like comparing apples to apples. Slavery has existed since man recorded history. Everyone knows that. Where have you been? Last time we spoke you were speaking about black on white hate crimes and the riots.

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Obskeptic wrote:
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Does Angola have a middle class K? Which African countries have a middle class? Contrast for us what poverty looks like for a black man in Angola or any African country, to what a black man in "poverty" in America gets? When you get a minute of course. I'm anxious for your response.


Well O that's a difficult question to answer. It's all really relative. A person living in poverty here abviously get's much more. But in relation to our way of life here, those folks are dirt poor. I guess it depends on how one would look at it. Sorry I could not be of more help to you.
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Tell me Kallark, do you HONESTLY think that blacks were the worlds only slaves? The Jews went through FAR WORSE than you people ever did. Stop whining all the time. It's getting really old.
I wouldn't mind if the Jews gave it a rest too.
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Well, first you said in your post #237:
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I'm not addressing this question again. If you can't understand my answer, too bad.
Then after I gave you almost a dozen answers, you come back and say in your post # 251:
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Honestly, I really didn't know how to answer the question. In my mind it made absolutely no sense.
There we see in you three examples of what I'm talking about when I say blacks offer nothing that we can't find better in a white or a hispanic or an asian. What do I mean? First, you never answered the question (#5, completing a task). Second, you didn't – you say – understand the question. Asian, hispanic, white, would've asked to have it clarified. Third, honesty (#2): you say you aren't going to address the question. But that wasn't true; you came right back with some poofy blather that still didn't get the job done. Anyone else would've just asked for clarification. What is it in your makeup that you can't admit when you can't answer or when you don't understand?

And next we have from you this silliness:
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Another reason your question made absolutely no sense is because it's a glaring sweeping generalization. Your statement implies all 43 million blacks are exactly the same. It fails to take into account other factors.
"Other factors" upon which you fail to enlighten us, of course.

But allow me to quote my own self, H. L. Mencken, from my book Man versus Man, a few words for you to ponder regarding “glaring sweeping generalization”:“Generalizatio ns, indeed, all have their limits – even this one. Apply them often enough, and you will come inevitably upon some disconcerting exception…. But because philosophy is long and life is short we must assume, even when we can’t entirely believe, that [things] fall into groups and classes, else we could never hope to study them at all.”

And, no, my question didn't imply 43 million blacks are “exactly” the same. It didn't *imply* anything. It only asked you to name what it is that blacks in the workplace do better than anyone else. It only asked you to give just one reason why someone would want to hire a black instead of any other race.

Instead we got Egyptians and Babylonians from thousands of years ago. We got Oprah. You gave us some African nouveau riche. You tossed up the high cost of apartment space in some African hellhole with inflated currency. You told us about Jamaica being a fine vacation spot. Something called “Diddy.” Something else called “Jay Z.” Oprah (again). Charities. Hell, I only asked for what blacks could do well in the workplace.

But. You. Could. Not. Name. One. Single. Damned. Thing.

You said you weren't going to address the question again. Then don't. We can consider this ticket closed and conclude, as I said and you couldn't refute and even proved by your actions here, that blacks offer nothing to employers that employers can't find the same or better in other races.

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Well, first you said in your post #237:
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Then after I gave you almost a dozen answers, you come back and say in your post # 251:
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There we see in you three examples of what I'm talking about when I say blacks offer nothing that we can't find better in a white or a hispanic or an asian. What do I mean? First, you never answered the question (#5, completing a task). Second, you didn't – you say – understand the question. Asian, hispanic, white, would've asked to have it clarified. Third, honesty (#2): you say you aren't going to address the question. But that wasn't true; you came right back with some poofy blather that still didn't get the job done. Anyone else would've just asked for clarification. What is it in your makeup that you can't admit when you can't answer or when you don't understand?
And next we have from you this silliness:
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"Other factors" upon which you fail to enlighten us, of course.
But allow me to quote my own self, H. L. Mencken, from my book Man versus Man, a few words for you to ponder regarding “glaring sweeping generalization”:“Generalizatio ns, indeed, all have their limits – even this one. Apply them often enough, and you will come inevitably upon some disconcerting exception…. But because philosophy is long and life is short we must assume, even when we can’t entirely believe, that [things] fall into groups and classes, else we could never hope to study them at all.”
And, no, my question didn't imply 43 million blacks are “exactly” the same. It didn't *imply* anything. It only asked you to name what it is that blacks in the workplace do better than anyone else. It only asked you to give just one reason why someone would want to hire a black instead of any other race.
Instead we got Egyptians and Babylonians from thousands of years ago. We got Oprah. You gave us some African nouveau riche. You tossed up the high cost of apartment space in some African hellhole with inflated currency. You told us about Jamaica being a fine vacation spot. Something called “Diddy.” Something else called “Jay Z.” Oprah (again). Charities. Hell, I only asked for what blacks could do well in the workplace.
But. You. Could. Not. Name. One. Single. Damned. Thing.
You said you weren't going to address the question again. Then don't. We can consider this ticket closed and conclude, as I said and you couldn't refute and even proved by your actions here, that blacks offer nothing to employers that employers can't find the same or better in other races.
Mencken, really, debating with you is a waste of time lol. Your mind is already made up. I've explained to you why I spoke about wealthy blacks and so forth. You are intent on believing what you want. You know it and I know it. Don't try and act as if you would totally totally chisel away the cement-like prejudice in your heart. Enjoy your perception of reality. No hard feelings. ;-)
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Mencken, really, debating with you is a waste of time lol. Your mind is already made up. I've explained to you why I spoke about wealthy blacks and so forth. You are intent on believing what you want. You know it and I know it. Don't try and act as if you would totally totally chisel away the cement-like prejudice in your heart. Enjoy your perception of reality. No hard feelings. ;-)
I have no hard feelings at all towards you or anyone. And I am sure you have none toward me. How could anyone, after all, hold hard feelings toward someone simply stating the truth.

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Mencken wrote:
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I have no hard feelings at all towards you or anyone. And I am sure you have none toward me. How could anyone, after all, hold hard feelings toward someone simply stating the truth.


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