Friday, November 28, 2014

" the sins of the father are to be laid upon the children."

Star Parker: Do this and your chances of being poor in America are miniscule
(WND November 28, 2014, Star Parker)

I am sorry Ms. Parker, but your theories for reform are not realistic. I have a feeling that if you were to give all the black witnesses a polygraph test they would pass even though their stories don't match the forensic evidence. White Europeans came to America seeking Freedom. Black Americans were 'dragged' here, and came from a society that had not independently discovered the wheel. It is unrealistic to believe that persons from such a basic society could adjust to the rules, regulations, and responsibilities, that the White European's had developed over hundreds of years. Just because the 14th Amendment made them (blacks) equal citizens of The United States of America, this doesn't mean that they necessarily wanted to be citizens. They were given no real options. I am sorry to say that the problems between the races will ramp up in the future, and at some point terminate in a Civil War. The only solution is to give those blacks, who want their freedom, land to establish their own sovereign nation. There is no other fair solution to the problem. I believe William Shakespeare said it all in his Merchant of Venice, Act 3 Scene 5: "Yes, truly: for, look you, the sins of the father are to be laid upon the children."  Ms. Parker, this is the short version, but failure to give blacks their own land will result in a very bloody Civil War. 
Lord Howard Hurts

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