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?