Civil Rights Movement - Its Legacy and Consequences

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The third category of educated blacks who self-separate by dignity is, if not interrupted by social factors, a self-perpetuating class, while the so-called "desperate blacks" are dysgenic. You would expect that group to dwindle as societal factors allow, but the underlying tension of that class is also racial animus (misplaced or not) against whites that prevents more advantageous behavior or an amicable relationship with high culture.

What happened instead is that by the time the 70s were rolling around, even as new opportunities allowed blacks to posture themselves for entry into an educated space and to claim their dignity, community leaders and political agitators set about generating that same animus. Children of educated blacks decided it was more proper to live like they were poor and downtrodden, and the group that was previously the friendly window for whites decided that 'enough was enough' despite their personal good relations, so even as the actual raw wealth of blacks has increased over time, the ratios of the second category (especially) and the third category relative to the first have shrunk.
These are the tools of oppression: work ethic, amicability, and white-dominated workspaces, so avoid all three.

I don't know how racial animus and free shit is supposed to be a good substitution for mutual respect and attempts to either bridge cultures or separate, but that's the way it went.
Roots is probably the most egregious and influential example of "evil whitie porn" IMO.

I just want to point out that black America is the canary in the coal mine. What happened to black America is now happening to White America. For one thing, the third class has withdrawn just like the white elite. They both don't care about their brothers on the lower end of the hierarchy. They have more in common with each other than those less fortunate. I think that you should read Christopher Lasch's Revolt of Elites. Though, it doesn't talk about race in detail. It talks about how the elites in the United States decided to turn their backs on the lower classes.

Also, I think that it's more about class and geography than race.

These are the tools of oppression: work ethic, amicability, and white-dominated workspaces, so avoid all three.

No black person with sense or a will to thrive believes that. You should visit more black sites that are socially mobile.
 

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Also, I think that it's more about class and geography than race.

No black person with sense or a will to thrive believes that. You should visit more black sites that are socially mobile.
Geography and class are incredibly important, or they were until class and geography were eradicated from the social consciousness and race was made the #1 priority. I think it speaks for itself, though, how much worse blacks perform in certain states- not the ones you'd expect, either.
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The racist south sure looks blue, with one notable exception (a historic Democrat stronghold in senate, house, and state government).

So far as the last bit, of course no black person with sense or a will to thrive believes that, my point is that the goal of racial animus and race "awareness" perpetuated by far-left and black activists between 1970 and today has instilled that belief. It's why so many well-educated black kids from good families emulate and are enamored with role models from worse situations and fall out of wealth. Wealth turnover rate (how often wealthy families fall from money) is the causal factor for the slower per capita wealth growth of blacks compared to whites and Asians.
 
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