I know...i used to work for a company that did open houses for hiring. A lot of food would be laid out...guess who would be jamming their pockets full of it?<quoted text> Ever notice how "excited" Blacks get when you have a company dinner where you work? Watch how they not only make absolute pigs of themselves but will take as much grub home with them as possible and be all giddy when doing so as if to say, "hey lookie at all the freebies I gets." I use to watch in utter amazement at how "excited" supposed Black adults would get when the local bakery would bring over FREE doughnuts for us to enjoy at work. Later I would watch disgustedly at how instead of politely taking one or even two doughnuts these disgusting pigs would not only wolf down several but would stash more in their lockers to take home and consume later. Born parasites. Givers and takers in this world and the Black man has proven himself to be nothing but a taker for the most part and that is the TRUTH whether you want to own up to it or not.
I see it like this...whites through our history had to hunt, gather, plan, farm and harvest...it took work. For most of us, this value is just in us.
While blacks were in a much harsher climate. A lot of time they had to scavenge...fast forward thousands of years, taking what is not theirs, rather it be a few extra doughnuts or robbing you means nothing. In their minds, it's just a free range life where everything is for the taking. There are some outliers, but anyone who has worked in marketing or has operated their own business knows we don't trust the statistical anomalies, but how the majority of the population behaves. There's academic disciplines built on this, but we fail to apply them in social policy.