A black man yells, "I am Free, I am off the Plantation the Left has Created!

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Are black people oppressed by whites and the system?

Personally I believe there is indeed some oppression going on by the Establishment, but the Establishment is not who the media makes us all believe it is! It comes from the Democratic Party Leadership, bankrollers, Foundation wealth accumulation fronts (keeping the money in the Democratic, ultimately cabal or globalist system).

I also believe as Candace Owens and many other well spoken citizens, the black population does not need to fall for the "victim over being a victor" mentality fostered by the Democrat Party. Her statement is very apt and puts the power back into the hands of the people, rather than the deceivers needing votes and attempting to keep these people dependent upon them for a life long, many times generational votes.

They probably felt it was genius, sadly it did work. ..until now! Many are waking up and listening to the common sense of people like Candace speaking out!

Many times people who are not part of the black community are told they are not allowed to speak of it! That is another control tactic that keeps people from finding the truth behind the corruption!

So I will be referring to people in the black community, whom these white liberals (in all fairness liberals of all ethnic groups may also) feel have a right to speak about it.

Back to those living on the Democratic Plantation. Once again, I don't like it that the two party system is pitted against us and want to do away with it, but in order to properly discuss issues, we have to deal with the leaders of those issues and in this case, it stemmed from the Democratic party.

Shouldn't the white liberals claiming to care, be more concerned about how an institution like welfare, encouraging fatherless homes in order for families to receive more government assistance? Shouldn't they be concerned about the fact that when some of the women tried to get more income through work, they were penalized rather than given a transitional period to wean them off of funding?

Why would the democrats do this?
Because it keeps them shackled to the democratic system of more government assistance. Then they are able to use threats like, "the republicans will take your funding away because they don't believe in welfare!"

It is true, conservatives believe in having better jobs and a chance to make more income for yourself based on work and not being held back by government dependency.

You see, if there is not a forced minimum wage or costly regulations placed upon small businesses and those wanting to hire good help, better jobs and better wages can be had. This is because the money not being spent on liberal regulations that create a stranglehold (think about who really gets that money) can instead be given to the employees. This is how good businesses do it because they value their workers as people and I can vouch for the fact that small businesses are in need of quality people they feel they can trust and count on. You give people a job, let them know they will receive fair pay above and beyond for a job well done, they will work hard and feel they have a personal investment in the business.

As far as minimum wage, competition is created among businesses and the minimum wage is far surpassed.

The problem arises where the black community for years, cast their votes for democratic leaders, yet are worse off, rather than better off as a whole. Those who escape the system and don't buy into the false hype or in Obama's case the false dare to hope. . .hope for what by the way? Those inner cities are now worse off after Obama!

Now there is hope, because many who have seen the light for some time are not being stopped by a democratic president. Their voices are being heard with the backing of a President who doesn't just speak about hope and empty promises, but is a man of his word! And the Whole world knows it!

Following you will find this information being backed up by speaking out on behalf of, not just those in the elitist black population of the community, but for those who have been enslaved by this deception and false savior welfare program.

Candace Owens talks about President Trump taking on Prison Reform and he is off to a great start!

Many of these people were given unfair sentences, especially in the black community.

Sadly many were preyed upon by a system perpetuated by the democratic welfare system, where, if the man of the house were removed and not living at the residence, the woman as a single mother stood to earn more money through welfare and government assistance as a single mother.

This started a chain effect of keeping the father’s out of the home.

Let me refer to someone who has spoken a great deal about these issues. This is by Larry Elder who has a radio talk show.
“I indict the Democratic Party for creating family-destroying dependency; deepening unemployment with minimum-wage laws; burdening job creators with excessive taxes and regulations; increasing crime by falsely maligning the police — the overwhelming majority of whom are hardworking, honest public servants of all colors; and for stoking anger by playing the race card for votes.

“I want to remind you that the Democratic Party is the party of slavery and Jim Crow, and that, as a percentage of the party, more Republicans voted for the passage of the hallmark Civil Rights Act of 1964 than did Democrats.

“I refute the liberal lie that there was a ‘big switch’ in which racist Southern Democrats allegedly flocked en masse to the Republican Party — due to their opposition to integration.

“No, nearly all of the racist Democrats, who voted against the 1964 Civil Rights Bill, died Democrats. Alabama Gov. George Wallace, who stood in front of the school door and said, ‘Segregation now, segregation tomorrow, segregation forever,’ died a Democrat. West Virginia Sen. Robert Byrd, who was not only a member of the Ku Klux Klan but a recruiter for the KKK, died a Democrat.”According to 2008 exit polls, 65 percent of those who voted for Obama gave the economy as their No. 1 concern. The next-highest, at about 10 percent, was the Iraq War. What did black voter get for their 95 percent Democratic vote? By most measures, things are worse!

“Black poverty is up; black net worth is down; black home ownership — down; black home equity — down; the ‘wealth gap’ between white households and black households hasn’t been this wide in 26 years; and by 2014 the labor force participation rate — the percentage of black males working or seeking work — hit the lowest rate since the government’s been keeping that statistic.

“It’s a fact that under Ronald Reagan, black adult unemployment fell faster than did white adult unemployment. Black teen unemployment fell faster than did white teen unemployment. The revenue of black businesses increased faster than did the revenue of white businesses. Look it up.

“Reagan lowered taxes. Obama raised them. Reagan lessened regulations. Obama piled them on. Reagan slowed down the rate of domestic spending — leaving more money in the pockets of individuals to save, invest or donate as they please, not as some government bureaucrat dictated. Obama dramatically increased government spending.

“Why is lowering taxes a good policy when a lot of working people and poor people don’t even pay any federal taxes? Because the more money left in the pockets of job creators, the more jobs they can and will create.

“Here’s my immediate plan: Lower taxes on job creators; lessen regulations that require people to get costly, time-consuming and unnecessary occupational licenses for so many jobs and careers; allow school vouchers so urban parents, if they choose, can take their kids out of an underperforming government school that Democrats force them to attend; and stop illegal immigration that takes jobs away from — and puts downward pressure on the wages of — inner-city workers.

“Long term, we need to rethink the government-provided, no-questions-asked welfare that has produced so many fatherless homes. We need to ask whether government — as opposed to nonprofits, community charities and churches like yours — should primarily be responsible for handling the needs of the needy.

“I finish by saying this about racism. In 1997, nearly 20 years ago, Times/CNN conducted a poll in which both white and black teens were asked about racism. Both called racism a major problem in America. But when black teens were asked whether racism is a ‘big problem,’ ‘small problem,’ or ‘not a problem at all’ — in their own lives — 89 percent said ‘small’ or a ‘not a problem.’ In fact, more black teens than white teens said, ‘Failure to take advantage of available opportunities’ was a bigger problem than racism. I repeat, more black teens than white teens said, ‘Failure to take advantage of available opportunities’ was a bigger problem than racism."

To see the rest of the article you can go here,

Here is another article from Discover the Networks,

"The black out-of-wedlock birth rates in some inner cities now exceed 80 percent, and most of those mothers are teens. Because unmarried teenage mothers—whatever their race—typically have no steady employment, nearly 80 percent of them apply for welfare benefits within five years after giving birth to their first child. No group can withstand such a wholesale collapse of its family structure without experiencing devastating social consequences.

Father-absent families—black and white alike—generally occupy the bottom rung of our society’s economic ladder. Unwed mothers, regardless of their race, are four times more likely to live in poverty than the average American. Female-headed black families earn only 36 percent as much as two-parent black families, and female-headed white families earn just 46 percent as much as two-parent white families. Not only do unmarried mothers tend to earn relatively little, but their households are obviously limited to a single breadwinner—thus further widening the income gap between one-parent and two-parent families. Fully 85 percent of all black children in poverty live in single-parent, mother-child homes.

While the overall black poverty rate remains about two-and-a-half times higher than the white poverty rate (24 percent vs. 10 percent), the “face” of black poverty has changed dramatically in recent decades. At one time, almost all black families were poor, regardless of whether one or both parents were present. Today, however, two-parent black families are rarely poor. Among black families where both the husband and wife work full-time, the current poverty rate is a mere 2 percent. Moreover, the relatively small (13 percent) income disparity between black and white two-parent families completely disappears when we take into account such factors as occupational choices, educational attainment, age, geographic location, and comparative skills.

Children in single-parent households are raised not only with economic, but also social and psychological, disadvantages. For instance, they are four times as likely as children from intact families to be abused or neglected; much likelier to have trouble academically; twice as prone to drop out of school; three times more likely to have behavioral problems; much more apt to experience emotional disorders; far likelier to have a weak sense right and wrong; significantly less able to delay gratification and to control their violent or sexual impulses; two-and-a-half times likelier to be sexually active as teens; approximately twice as likely to conceive children out-of-wedlock when they are teens or young adults; and three times likelier to be on welfare when they reach adulthood.

In addition, growing up without a father is a far better forecaster of a boy’s future criminality than either race or poverty. Regardless of race, 70 percent of all young people in state reform institutions were raised in fatherless homes, as were 60 percent of rapists, 72 percent of adolescent murderers, and 70 percent of long-term prison inmates. As Heritage Foundation scholar Robert Rector has noted, “Illegitimacy is a major factor in America's crime problem. Lack of married parents, rather than race or poverty, is the principal factor in the crime rate.”

Since the black illegitimacy rate is so high, these pathologies plague blacks more than they affect any other demographic. “Even if white people were to become morally rejuvenated tomorrow,” writes black economist and professor Walter E. Williams, “it would do nothing for the problems plaguing a large segment of the black community. Illegitimacy, family breakdown, crime, and fraudulent education are devastating problems, but they are not civil rights problems.”

The civil-rights establishment, however, paints a very different picture, characterizing such problems as nothing more than by-products of white racism. That view, through decades of constant repetition, has won the minds of many black Americans. “Instead of admitting that racism has declined,” observes Shelby Steele, “we [blacks] argue all the harder that it is still alive and more insidious than ever. We hold race up to shield us from what we do not want to see in ourselves.”
To read more you can go here,

Here are some interesting facts from when Obama was in office and what the Democratic Party has contributed to concerning the decline in concerning the Democratic Plantation.

This information from 2016

One. By every economic measurement, black people are far worse off since President Obama took office.
There are more black Americans living in poverty today, 10.8 million at 26.2 percent, than there were in 2009, 25.8 percent, when President Obama took office.

A whopping 26.4 percent of black households receive food stamps assistance, despite the fact that black Americans constitute just 13 percent of the total population.

Two. America’s most dangerous cities have high black populations and are overwhelmingly run by Democrats.

In 2014, America’s most crime-ridden cities were run almost exclusively by Democratic mayors. Cities like Oakland, Detroit, Cleveland, and Baltimore are routinely plagued with violent illegality, are heavily populated by black people, and are often Democratic Party monopolies.

Three. After 50 years of celebrating MLK’s civil rights legacy, black people now commit a catastrophically high amount of crime.

DOJ statistics show that between 1980 and 2008, black people committed 52 percent of homicides. And in 2013, black criminals committed 38 percent of the murders. Whites accounted for just 31 percent.

So how is it then that there are five times fewer black people than white people in America and, yet, we consistently carry out a larger share of the crimes?

Four. In part because of wanton criminality, black people remain over-represented in America’s prisons.

Roughly 1 in 9 black children you pass on the street has or has had a parent in prison, according to a recent study by Maryland-based research firm Child Trends. About 1 in 10 black men are currently behind bars.

Black men are 6 times as likely as their white counterparts to be incarcerated, according to a 2013 Pew Research Center study.

Five. If you are a black child in America, there’s a 30 percent chance that you will grow up without a father in the home.

And if you are fatherless and black, you are almost guaranteed to grow up poor.

This horrific phenomenon of fatherless, black households is the root cause behind so much of the economic stagnation in which many black Americans remain mired. The smallest increase in black marriages would help produce an economic dynamism for black people that would dramatically increase a black child’s chances of success at all stages of life.

Six. While there’s been marginal improvement in recent years, black people still overrepresent HIV/AIDs deaths and transmission.

Seven. Abortion.

No one issue has brought more devastation to black Americans than abortion. Last August, I reported that pregnant-aged black women represent roughly 5 percent of the total U.S. population, but 35 percent of the abortions in 2010.

Now consider the fact, according to the Centers for Disease Control data, that in 2010 “non-Hispanic white women and non-Hispanic black women accounted for the largest percentages of abortions (36.8% and 35.7%, respectively).”

Please bear in mind the non-Hispanic black women make up on 6.6% of the population. Not all of that 6.6% would be of child bearing age yet their number is not far from white non-Hispanic abortions and they make up 38.5% of the population.

The writer of the article was apt in stating this, "I reported that pregnant-aged black women represent roughly 5 percent of the total U.S. population, but 35 percent of the abortions in 2010."

No doubt Margaret Sanger, the founder of Planned Parenthood really did seem to be able to carry out her diabolical plan of Black Genocide throughout the generations.

This is documented here http://www.blackgenocide.org/sanger.html

Read more here about 7 Serious Issues Facing Black People that Aren’t ‘Oscars So White’


Back to Candace Owens and this clip
Candace was talking about a gathering for discussion at Stanford when she said, "He started to look at the fact that Black Lives Matter is not a black interest group at all and he started to shout, “I am Free! I am off the Plantation that the Left has created!”

Candace said, “it was an incredible, beautiful, emotional moment!”

When asked what the response of the crowd was, Candace said, “everybody jumped up and started applauding, he got a standing ovation, I gave him a hug. And afterwards he found me, and he just said, “thank you, thank you so much for putting the truth out there, thank you so much for being courageous!” She said, I want to work with you!”

When asked about the fallout, she did said at UCLA and Berkley she was being taunted and screamed at by Black Lives Matters’ protestors and ANTIFA.

She said this wasn’t the case at the Stanford event!

Stuart Varney ended this clip by saying, “MAGA hats on a California campus, You’re killing me!”

You can see the following clip where Candace speaks about the enslavement of the black population, the Freedom they can have through the conservative party and the heartwarming story of a gentleman that realized he is Free and there is true hope. He has a choice to shape his future for a better tomorrow!

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