Here's some dessert for you then...If you stop and think about it, for centuries, decades and many years, black people consistently asked for "EQUALITY" rather than a free ride, fairness, rather than being "disenfranchised, not asking for free food, stop giving blacks longer jail time than other races, stop the job hiring discrimination and denial of well deserved promotions or advancement. More black would live a more productive life.
But if Caucasian people taunt black people like, look, I have all these "entitlements" and you blacks don't, how did it get so upside down??? Black people didn't cause it, we've inherited it.
And sometimes, the more things change, the more they stay the same!
FOOD FOR THOUGHT! <quoted text>
Blacks keep saying all they want is "equality" and that's fine, but the minute things don't go their way they call 'racism' and then expect us to lower the standards to make it "fair".
Blacks EXPECT jobs to be given to them, despite whether they're truly qualified or not, or else it's "racism".
If they're given the job they expect and end up getting fired because they couldn't do the job in the first place, it's "racism". Every black person I EVER worked with never showed up ready to do any real work, they always showed up in their most expensive clothes and shoes and stood around holding up walls, and if anyone tried to get them to do some work they were "racist" and/or "just trying to keep a brother down". If they weren't going to work, we had to let them go and we were called "racists".
That's "equality" to blacks - as long as they keep getting what they want, when they want, it isn't 'racism'.