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#1 User is offline   grimreefer 

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Posted 22 November 2018 - 07:45 AM

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Reminder: White Liberals Hate Living in Black Neighborhoods

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By Jeremy Egerer
November 22, 2018

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Chris Hayes the liberal talking head says he's afraid of black people. By saying it, he joins the ranks of Ta-Nehisi Coates, who wrote a whole book about it; Jesse Jackson, who worried out loud that one of them was going to mug or murder him; Al Sharpton, who left blackville the second he had the chance; James Baldwin, who told us to love Americans and then exiled himself to France; Barack Obama, who lives in alabaster Kalorama and sends his kids to white schools; and Maxine Waters, who got so rich riling up her constituents that she was able to move away from them.

Black celebrities aside, one thing you never see a white liberal do is move into a black neighborhood. Chris Hayes won't because he's already lived near one, and he says he hated it. White liberals have a list of reasons they avoid them ?not getting punched in the face again, in Chris's instance. Rate of crime. A superior level of order. Cleanliness. Proximity to the businesses they actually work at. That kind of thing. It isn't white supremacy when liberals do it, though, because they aren't considered white supremacists. They're telling you they're scared, but they're also beating their chests. They love black people. They just prefer to live anywhere but black neighborhoods.

This fact is the basis of Chris Hayes's book, A Colony in a Nation ?probably one of the finest books to come out of the Black Lives Matter movement, and if not the finest, then one of the funnest (my personal favorite? We Were Eight Years in Power). It covers multiple aspects of black neighborhoods and makes you want to get away from them. Then it asks you to embrace them. How anyone could describe these war zones and then ask you to bus your kids to them is beyond my understanding, but it seems to be the gist of Black Lives Matter. Your kids might be shot, but you won't be a racist.

Chris Hayes is pretty honest about all this, and he expresses himself in bouts of self-contradiction. He says "broken windows policing" is evil right before admitting, in part, that after it, "New York went from rundown and dangerous to glossy and glamorous." He wants officers hamstrung while admitting that the process led big cities to the "biggest jump [in homicides] since 1971." He says cops are too skittish around blacks while admitting that black neighborhoods are extremely dangerous for cops. He says whites ought to be less fearful of the ghetto while telling us everyone is afraid of it. He says white people are more racist against blacks while telling us "even African Americans consistently show antiblack suspicion." He says drug crime is more devastating than KKK terrorism and then asks us to go easier on crackheads. He says white people overreact to violent crime and then says their overreactions are responsible for the safety of white neighborhoods. He curses a lack of investment, and when white people invest, he rails against gentrification.

We wish this was the end, but Chris Hayes has a true knack for treachery.

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I think Hayes runs the risk of getting punched in the face no matter what neighborhood he pollutes. <_<
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Posted 22 November 2018 - 08:35 AM

Leftards, the true racists and bigots.
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Posted 22 November 2018 - 09:31 AM

My daughter's (thankfully) ex boyfriend gave me a lecture on racism in the south just before admitting he'd never met a black person before moving to North Carolina.

Once again, it's culture that's the problem, not skin color.
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Posted 22 November 2018 - 11:43 AM

View PostGertie Keddle, on 22 November 2018 - 09:31 AM, said:

My daughter's (thankfully) ex boyfriend gave me a lecture on racism in the south just before admitting he'd never met a black person before moving to North Carolina.

Once again, it's culture that's the problem, not skin color.


:yeahthat:

In the examples the author used of people moving out, I suspect it was not such much to get away from skin color but the culture.

AND, given that black neighborhoods tend to be "poor" and rundown, I'm not sure why ANYBODY of ANY political leanings would want to live in one. And for that matter, there's plenty of "white" neighborhoods I wouldn't want to live in either.
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Posted 22 November 2018 - 11:45 AM

When people don't want to move into a black neighborhood it's racism. When people DO want to move into a black neighborhood then it's "gentrification" which raises the cost of living for the black residents, so it's racism. Pretty much just assume leftists will call everything racist and you'll be right.
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Posted 22 November 2018 - 01:02 PM

I think it would be a Really interesting conversation if the black progressives here would comment.
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Posted 22 November 2018 - 01:08 PM

View PostBubbajoebob, on 22 November 2018 - 11:45 AM, said:

When people don't want to move into a black neighborhood it's racism. When people DO want to move into a black neighborhood then it's "gentrification" which raises the cost of living for the black residents, so it's racism. Pretty much just assume leftists will call everything racist and you'll be right.

Thatís a great observation. If investment through gentrification doesnít happen then these parts of the city will just continue to circle the drain. Iím not sure what the answer is.
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Posted 22 November 2018 - 03:09 PM

View PostBuckwheat Jones, on 22 November 2018 - 01:08 PM, said:

Thatís a great observation. If investment through gentrification doesnít happen then these parts of the city will just continue to circle the drain. Iím not sure what the answer is.


Force rick black to live there? Or would that be black gentrification?
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Posted 22 November 2018 - 03:42 PM

View PostBuckwheat Jones, on 22 November 2018 - 01:08 PM, said:

Thatís a great observation. If investment through gentrification doesnít happen then these parts of the city will just continue to circle the drain. Iím not sure what the answer is.


"Free Market" is the answer, more often than not. "Cities" are where the jobs are. How much are you willing to pay to reduce a "commute"??? YMMV.

EXTREME Example: Best friend (retired) VP from a major electrical manufacturer HQ'd in NYC. VERY nice house in Bergen co NJ. Two hour (minimum) commute eash way, added on to his long hours as VP.

"Yeah, but how much could you ENJOY that house". "Well, on weekends and maybe a few minutes every night"


That's NOT for me. Not for any long-term anyway.
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