(08-31-2016, 11:09 AM)KoncreteMind Wrote: All lives matter yes. But historically in America, black lives have not. Thats why the movement originally popped up before being coopted by Soros. What Stride CONTINUOUSLY ignores is that Europeans were routinely used to oppress those of color around the world. Heck, Africa is a CONTINENT was practically forcibly colonized by Europeans. Did Europeans as a whole or majority stand up for them? Nope. When blacks in America were getting oppressed for the last 400 years, did whites in America as a whole or majority, or in Europe as a whole or majority, stand up for them? Nope. So now that its THEIR TURN, what are those who are descended from the oppressed groups supposed to do? They're supposed to care? They're supposed to stand up for them? Im asking you stride. What do you expect from these people who were once oppressed at the hands of Europeans?
What a load of generalised nonsense.
The black Slave trade into North America was dominated by Dutch and British Jews.
The black Slave trade into South America was dominated by Marrano Jews expelled from Spain and Portugal.
KM's stance with his "blame all white people for the woes of black people" is a whopping failure to acknowledge truth and the major failures black people have brought on themselves. It's called denial of the truth.
Did Italians and Germans participate in the slave trade, NO?
Did Austria, Eastern Europe, Russia, Switzerland and Scandinavia, no?
They are all white European people you have no problems at all in smearing with your truth denial attitude.
Andrew Anglin is extreme but he openly says he takes that stance to wake up the white goyim.
Is this all due to white man too?
Or is this level of primitivity something inherent in the DNA of these particular African tribes?
KM you sound like a very ungrateful black American who happily takes the benefits of what white developed countries offer but fail to acknowledge inherent character differences and capabilities between people.