June 5, 2020 10:46 am at 10:46 am #1868287🍫Syag LchochmaParticipant
2cents- Your first post (which was supposed to be your second post?) was EXACTLY what I keep trying to say. And I don’t know how anyone can even argue the point unless they just think it’s an obligation to over victimize the victims to maintain the image of not being racists.June 5, 2020 11:50 am at 11:50 am #18683122scentsParticipant
This past year there were a number of obvious hate crimes committed against Jews, some by individuals that were black, such as the machete attack in Monsey.
Not for a moment did anyone blame other black people for what had happened, in fact blaming other black people would have been a racist act, as you are filtering people by color and distributing the blame among them.
There were no riots and no protests. Despite this being an unprovoked attack. These were law-abiding peaceful citizens going about their lives that were brutally attacked.
It is easy to play the victim and use that as an excuse to behave a certain way, there is a lot of work that needs to be done in the black communities and racial profiling is not the cause of any of this.June 5, 2020 11:51 am at 11:51 am #18683152scentsParticipant
I Didnt read every single post, so could be my points have been discussed already, but it’s beyond disgusting seeing protesters asking people that happen to be of white color that they should kneel and ask forgiveness.
My skin color, whatever it may be, has nothing to do with the problems in the black community.
None of their leaders seem to be bothered by the low level of education, high rate of; crimes, family dysfunction that the black community has.
In fact, they seem to be ok with what is going on, saying things like “no justice, no peace”.
There are a number of individuals in the black community that refused to accept being the victim and have done really well for themselves, the majority have accepted that they are victims for life.
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