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Monday, May 11, 2015

Prager University: Don't Judge Blacks Differently

"We teach what isn't taught." - Dennis Prager

One of the most profound things President George W. Bush spoke about is the "soft bigotry of low expectations" when it comes to the way many Americans treat blacks - particularly, so-called do-gooder Liberals...It's a devastating comment, about a sad reality:  A reality that many of these Americans treat blacks as if they are unable to keep up with whites - or even other minorities - not just because of the history of American racism, but because they are mentally, emotionally and of such low character that they will NEVER be able to compete with whites or other minorities.

Sadly, this is a terrible way to make sure American blacks don't succeed.  Incredibly, it almost seems as if Liberals want this to be the case, because it helps keep them in power in many ways and places.

Also, I hope you notice this presenter refers to American blacks as blacks - not African-Americans.  Thankfully!  Thankfully, because splitting blacks off from the rest of America is a way to keep them 'separate and unequal' to the rest of America...I'm quite certain this is part of the plan for Liberals, as well - to keep Liberals in power.

"There is no room in this country for hyphenated Americanism." - Teddy Roosevelt

Last, I don't want to hear it from maniac Liberals that 'W' didn't come up with the "soft bigotry of low expectations" phrase.  I am very aware his speechwriter, Michael Gerson, did...Speechwriters are nothing without the men/women who put their speeches into place, and it's been a long time since our presidents wrote the majority of their own speeches - including Obama.

This semester of Prager University is presented by:
  Chloe Valdary

"[M]any people feel that they have to treat blacks with kid gloves.  They think this is noble, enlightened, progressive.  It's not.  It's demeaning and condescending.  In fact, it's racist." - C.V.

"Anyone, whether white or any other color, who excuses blacks for bad behavior just because they are black obviously doesn't consider blacks their equal.  Rather, they view blacks, in effect, as children who are unable to adhere to the standards to which every other group is held...[T]hose who condescend to blacks cloak themselves in self-righteousness.  So somehow that makes it okay." - C.V.



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