Black People Politics : Charlottesville - State of Emergency - Violence - Unite the Right rally

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    Its not a misnomer. Its a name they gave themselves.

     
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    I dont see success and excellence as belonging to the culture of whites. Black people not only taught europeans the foundations of medicine, politics, education etc, but they actively contributed to the rise of it here in the western world along with other people of color like the indigenous people. What I hate to see is Black people taking on the ways of europeans because they feel they need to in order to succeed. I work in the corp world so I see how cut throat they are. Their intense dislike of collaboration limits them. One can only go so far on your own ideas simply because your perspective is limited. African philosophy embraces and promotes collaboration. I notice that our East Indian cousins do the same amongst themselves.
     
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    Well here's a bit of news, nothing like the 9/11 WTC tin foil hat theories but this appears to have possibly exposed a reverse kind of plausible deniability at it's best.

    Maybe? Maybe not? Time will tell. I'm still trying to swallow the 6,000+ Klansmen, Nazi party members and others of that ilk showing up when it's a well known researched and well documented fact that just the Klan alone can't drum up 600 coherent Invisible Knights much less 6,000+ to an all night drinking party or a free Dwight Yoakam concert much less have to raise their fist in protest of anything if a Budweiser's not in it.

    www.newsweek.com/alex-jones-calls-charlottesville-violence-false-flag-650152


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    I'm surprised he wasn't left holding the bag like Former NO Mayor Ray Nagin.



    A rebuttal if you will.



     
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    In addition, here's some backdrop ... :facepalm:


    In 1965, the city of Charlottesville demolished a thriving black neighborhood
    The razing of Vinegar Hill displaced families and dissolved the community
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    Laura Smith
    staff writer @timeline. Bylines @nyt @slate @guardian @motherjones Based in Oakland. Nonfiction book, The Art of Vanishing out from Penguin/Viking in 2018.
    Aug 15

    ... But as Mindy Thompson Fullilove, a research psychiatrist studying the effect of so-called urban renewal projects on black communities, would later ask, “Progress for whom?” It certainly wasn’t for residents of Charlottesville’s largest black neighborhood, or any of the other more than 800 black communities that had already been displaced by 1962 ...

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    https://timeline.com/charlottesville-vinegar-hill-demolished-ba27b6ea69e1

    In 1965, the city of Charlottesville demolished a thriving black neighborhood

    The razing of Vinegar Hill displaced families and dissolved the community
    timeline.com


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    Children playing in Vinegar Hill before demolition. (Rip Payne Collection/Albemarle Charlottesville Historical Society)



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