Found a couple of videos that I thought were funny, and also informative.
This one is from the Hodge twins and their commentary on the recent Pelosi PR stunt.
This one is from Joel Patrick where he has some commentary about recent events and gets a little into how to what would really help out the black
There are a lot of people in your personal lives, in the media, in the government who want us to be against each other just because of the color of
What's really going on is more akin to rich vs poor. It's a socioeconomic thing. It's corporations and CEOs buying our communities and politicians and
taking away our self-sufficiency. They don't want us to be able to rely on ourselves. They want us totally dependent on their huge franchises. They
don't want local business owners. They want every single one of us working for them. Relying on them for a wage.
They want to keep education crap, so that young people aren't capable of learning how to be self-sufficient. Make them think they can be YouTube stars
to help them create revenue through ads. Make them think they can be rappers. Keep their aspirations low. Make crime attractive. Fill up the
for-profit jail systems. Keep them stupid to work in Walmart.
When they go into college they just become more useful idiots. They go further into debt for a piece of paper when they could have just learned the
skills by actually working.
This goes far beyond the color of a person's skin.
So, go ahead keep saying that it's black vs white. When it's really rich vs poor.
When everyone is on the same economic ground, then everyone has the same opportunities.
It doesn't matter if you're black, red, white, yellow, green, or purple if you're poor you won't have the same opportunities as someone who was black,
red, white, yellow, green, or purple born into a wealthy family.
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