February 28, 2017

The Black Victimization Complex

Rebel Staff
 

Vast numbers of black people in America have accepted the notion that they are a victim. I call it the “Black Victimhood Complex,” and, thanks to the Left, hardly any of them seek to look inward.

The majority of problems within black community are social and even economic problems that they have caused on their own.

Statistically speaking, in America, Blacks commit the most violent crime — more than Asians, Hispanics, and Whites put together.

If you ask BLM leaders, they’ll give you the same old excuses:

That, for example, police officers are racist, even though studies show that police officers are less likely to approach or use force on black suspects.

That was only one example.

The fact is: If you can’t clearly define who’s to blame for the problems in your life, there’s a good chance you are part of the problem.

Tell me, as a black person, what have you done to fix it?

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commented 2017-03-01 03:33:40 -0500
The victimization culture is not as present here in Canada, since there was no slavery here.
commented 2017-03-01 01:55:27 -0500
If you stuff your face full of garbage and never exercise then your health problems do not make you a victim. If you stick a needle full of heroin in your arm or smoke crack or meth , you are not a victim.
Blaming all your problems on others does not make you a victim in any way.
commented 2017-03-01 01:52:49 -0500
Got that right Jay, i wonder what they will do when whites are a minority?
commented 2017-02-28 22:12:56 -0500
Allen-don’t forget that Trumps’ rhetoric has also now legalized anti-semitism.
commented 2017-02-28 20:58:59 -0500
Rebelation, that TVO link is a laugh. They tell how everyone , even in Canada, is uneasy about Trump but they cannot spell out what specifically they are so in knots about. They always fall back on the name calling, “he’s a racist, he’s homophobic, etc”.,without ever saying how they arrived at that conclusion. Nor do they give any convincing examples.

Since there is basically no evidence for their hasty conclusions they damn him, not by association, but by indirect connection. The KKK supported him so he must by that fact be a racist like them. He did not say he supported the KKK. They say they supported him. On what issues? If they support his fiscal policy does that make him a racist? They all need to go back and take a basic logic course. Especially focusing on logical fallacies.
commented 2017-02-28 20:31:47 -0500
American History X was a great movie.
commented 2017-02-28 18:46:58 -0500
But Mr. Fayza, you are just a white supremacist. The ‘intellectuals’ of that great academic monument, U of T, said so!
commented 2017-02-28 18:27:34 -0500
Sneaky critical theory

Thanks ALLAN PETERSON — must see link
commented 2017-02-28 18:10:55 -0500
I belong to the ( my fault ) race
commented 2017-02-28 17:42:05 -0500
The victim card is as old as Karl Marx. The cultural-marxists of today are direct lineal descendants. Marxism sees the class structure as the problem. If we just get rid of all class differences we will live in Utopia. (Of course the marxists get rid of class structure by killing off anyone who doesn’t agree with them. Or, like Pol Pot, kills them even if they confess their sins and want to reform.)

The Democratic party in the US has leveraged this sense of entitlement and victim hood for decades. They are forever holding out a carrot on a stick for those whom the DP has declared to be victims. The message is now, as in the past, one of violence to overthrow the structure that is supposedly holding them down. No attempt is made to better themselves.. Why bother when you can simply demand it from someone else?

We did not defeat communism we only defeated the Soviet Union.