"South Africa has become the world’s biggest ghetto, because wherever Black people are in charge, they turn it into a Ghetto.". "Covering up the truth does not cure the problem: Black people are the problem". […] Wherever they are the mayor, in Detroit, Philadelphia, Baltimore, in Washington, they turn them into Ghettoes" bemoans Reverend Dr. James David Manning at 38 min.
If a white man said such things there would be black riots
Reverend Dr.James David Manning tells the naked truth. He says what no white man could ever say. He speaks the truth, with profound sadness. He is a well meaning black man who wants the best for his fellow Blacks, He bemoans Black attitudes of crime, lack of industriousness, abandonment of wives and children, and attitudes of blaming whites and slavery, instead of blaming themselves. He wants to fix Blacks, he wants them to thrive, to be productive and successful.
Reverend Dr. James David Manning uses tough love. He wishes the Best. But he thinks truth is the way.
This is so refreshingly different from political correctness that creates speech codes (like the press hiding the race of criminals) and hides or outright falsifies data and prevents academic researchers from telling the truth and silence even eminent Nobel Prize Laureate geneticist James Watson.
He wants them to take care of family, raising healthy moral kids with a full family, improve the lot of Blacks. He wants them to do more then request government handouts and blame slavery for Black poverty, Black crime, and failure.
Reverend Dr.James David Manning thinks responsibility, and God, are the solutions. He focuses on black behavior, black attitude and black culture. Studiousness, correct behavior and honor, of course, will improve the situation of Blacks. He probably does not agree with our additional issues regarding race and iq.
- Walter E. Williams: How much can discrimination explain?
- Milton Friedman on Racial Discrimination
- Olympic political correctness: though shalt not pose with weapons, befriend rightists or joke about Blacks