What’s Holding Blacks Back?

It Feels Good to Be a Victim

blacks, inevitably, suffer from a classic post-colonial inferiority complex. Like insecure people everywhere, they are driven by a private sense of personal inadequacy to seeing imaginary obstacles to their success supposedly planted by others.

… The victimology cult has in turn engendered a cult of black separatism.

__ “Whats Holding Blacks Back (2001 in CityJournal)

Not much has changed over the past 17 years since Columbia University academic John McWhorter penned those words. It seems that blacks are inextricably stuck in this “classic post-colonial inferiority complex” — whatever that is — in perpetuity. Most black celebrity leaders seem content to keep it that way, having profited immensely under the current regime of victimhood.

What has changed significantly is that more and more countries around the world are asking themselves the question: “What’s wrong with black people? Why do they remain on the lower rungs of the ladder wherever in the world they go?”

Fear of a Black Invasion in China

Today’s Chinese feel a bit uncomfortable about the numbers of black people in their midst. Here are a few of their misgivings on the topic:

“Black brothers often travel in droves; they are out at night out on the streets, nightclubs, and remote areas. They engage in drug trafficking, harassment of women, and fighting, which seriously disturbs law and order in Guangzhou… Africans have a high rate of AIDS and the Ebola virus that can be transmitted via body fluids… If their population [keeps growing], China will change from a nation-state to an immigration country, from a yellow country to a black-and-yellow country.”

… The types of discourses you see on social media sites are quite repetitive—black men raping Chinese women, black men having consensual sex with Chinese women and then leaving them, blacks as drug users and thieves destroying Chinese neighborhoods. People are living in a society that is changing rapidly. ‘The blacks’ has become a projection point for all these anxieties in society.” __ QZ.com

Notice the huge growth in migration rates across the Mediterranean.
http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-24583286

Europe Lies in the Flight Path of African Population Overflow

Of course China is not at all close to being overrun by large numbers of African people. But Europe is something else, since Europe lies directly in the path of migration for an overflowing dark continent.

Without outside help, Africa is already badly overpopulated. Despite that, African fertility rates are sky high. If Africa’s growing surplus of humans is not shipped to more advanced parts of the world — like Europe — conditions in African cities will become more and more unlivable than they are already becoming.

But once this overflow of people — average IQ ~ 75 — arrives in Europe, what can Europe do with them? The world of tomorrow needs people of higher IQ to operate its advanced machinery and maintain its critical infrastructures. Finding productive things for low IQ populations to do is not something that an aging native population of Europe will find at all entertaining or profitable.

What Does the Future Hold for European Crime Rates?


It is clear from the graphic above, that without black crime and incarceration, US crime and incarceration would be much lower — comparable to the lowest of European crime and incarceration rates.

But as the proportion of black Africans living in Europe rises, only a fool would expect crime rates in Europe to remain low. And so Europeans — as they grow ever older and more feeble — will need to learn how to police societies with exponentially rising crime rates. This will be an almost impossible task unless Europeans jettison their born-again religion of political correctness.

What About Brazil?

Brazil inherited large numbers of black people from the Portuguese slavers who developed the Brazilian cane trade. The legacy of black slavery in Brazil is murder rates among the highest in the world.

Brazil was responsible for 10 percent of all murders in the world in 2015. Young Black males accounted for a majority of those deaths. With the number of fatalities surpassing 59,000 that year alone, the homicide rate in the country reached an exorbitant 29 deaths per 100,000 inhabitants. __ Source

Young black males make up most victims and perpetrators of Brazil’s ongoing murder epidemic. That sad reciprocity is true wherever in the world large numbers of blacks settle. Young. Black. Males. Murder. Each. Other.

Can Africa Make the Economic Leap Made by Singapore, S. Korea, Japan?

Africa remains poor decades after the end of colonialism. In fact, many African nations — including Zimbabwe and South Africa — have lost considerable ground since the end of colonial rule. Or consider the decline of Liberia, which was begun as a highly subsidised free nation populated by freed American slaves.

The article excerpted below examines the question of how African nations might jump to the level of the first world — straight out of the third world, like Singapore successfully did.

Nineteen out of 23 of the poorest nations in the world are in Africa. Of the 54 African countries, about 19 are represented on the world’s poorest list. __ What Does Africa Need to Grow Rich?

But Singapore had leadership, rule of law, and a population substrate of educated and educable people. Africa lacks all of those things, and has nothing like the foundational institutions that have helped to lift Taiwan.

This is the Challenge

So what is holding blacks back? The refusal by mainstream media, academia, government, foundations, activist groups, and other mainstream institutions to face the reality of black lives as they are actually lived is holding everyone back. Instead of facing reality and dealing with it, these corrupt assholes are using real black people as cannon fodder to advance their own careers and agendas at the expense of black lives.

The pertinent statistics in the two preceding graphics are the numbers of blacks killed by other blacks (esp. by young black males) vs. the vanishingly small number in comparison of blacks killed by whites or by police (of all races).

As soon as mainstream media, academia, government, other cultural institutions, and black leaders themselves stop using young black males as cannon fodder, and start acting as if black lives actually do matter, they can begin getting real about making the lives of black people better.

Follow the logical chain: Government policies –> Large numbers of unwed black mothers –> Most young blacks growing up in poverty without responsible male role models –> High levels of crime of all types, mental illness, illegitimate births, government dependency and incarceration –> Generation after generation after generation of the same . . .

Who is responsible? What needs to change?

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4 Responses to What’s Holding Blacks Back?

  1. yoananda says:

    What’s Holding Blacks Back?
    Their low mean IQ.

  2. Someone says:

    While there are thousands of decent blacks in America that wake up every morning and do their job and contribute to society to the best of their ability, I’m simply tired of their complaining. If America is the most racist place please move back to Africa. Lincoln would have done us a favor to export most of them.

  3. Cecil Henry says:

    How about someone ask about defending the future of Whites???

    Some basic truths: Access to White people is not a human right.

    • Bill Barr says:

      Well said. I would actually frame it more as white, MALES. It certainly was not our women who built anything of substance, for example, the code to this website, and the packet switching networks that enable us to communicate, and like neotenous black people, women are easily herded left.

      Until we get rid of “protected classes” and admit some people are intellectually, genetically inferior, the world will spiral in to madness. Fact is, The Leftist Gene and the authoritarian mind must be ablated. Violently.

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