Black people have been in America since 1619, brought to this nation involuntarily and against their collective will:
The first recorded Africans in British North America (including most of the future United States) arrived in 1619 as indentured servants who settled in Jamestown, Virginia. As English settlers died from harsh conditions more and more Africans were brought to work as laborers. Africans for many years were similar in legal position to poor English indenturees, who traded several years labor in exchange for passage to America.Just how were these Black people from Africa introduced to the future landmass that became the United States? Easy - Africans sold Africans to the white man:
While we are all familiar with the role played by the United States and the European colonial powers like Britain, France, Holland, Portugal and Spain, there is very little discussion of the role Africans themselves played. And that role, it turns out, was a considerable one, especially for the slave-trading kingdoms of western and central Africa. These included the Akan of the kingdom of Asante in what is now Ghana, the Fon of Dahomey (now Benin), the Mbundu of Ndongo in modern Angola and the Kongo of today’s Congo, among several others.Black people in Africa got rid of their unwanted and undesirable population by selling them to Europeans, a strategy replicated by Mexico today as that nation gets ride of its unwanted population by encouraging illegal immigration to the United States, a country grossly negligent of protecting its border.
For centuries, Europeans in Africa kept close to their military and trading posts on the coast. Exploration of the interior, home to the bulk of Africans sold into bondage at the height of the slave trade, came only during the colonial conquests, which is why Henry Morton Stanley’s pursuit of Dr. David Livingstone in 1871 made for such compelling press: he was going where no (white) man had gone before.
How did slaves make it to these coastal forts? The historians John Thornton and Linda Heywood of Boston University estimate that 90 percent of those shipped to the New World were enslaved by Africans and then sold to European traders. The sad truth is that without complex business partnerships between African elites and European traders and commercial agents, the slave trade to the New World would have been impossible, at least on the scale it occurred.
Throughout the history of the United States,the conflict between white and Black people has been the predominate narrative (in 1964, the United States was 90 percent white and roughly 10 percent Black).
Only recently has the nation undergone a radical transformation to its racial balance, creating a great imbalance that threatens to disintegrate the country into permanent violence and yet Black people remain firmly on the side of the invaders (even as they supplant Black people as the nations most dominant minority group).
Mexicans have decided to embark on the peaceful conquest of the western states (and by extension, every state) through massive illegal immigration. So much in fact that they know outnumber Black people, whereas in the 1960s those of Hispanic origin where a statistical oddity:
Hispanics outnumber blacks as the largest minority group in the USA for the first time since the government began counting the nation's population more than two centuries ago.Notice the key comment in this article from USA Today, that Black and Hispanic groups have commonality in their grievances with the white people of the United States. Oddly, Black people fail to understand the importance of their group interests and the rise of the Hispanic minority group represent one of the main impediments to the hegemony of Black Run America (BRA).
The U.S. Census Bureau's announcement Wednesday confirmed what many have treated as fact for some time. Even so, it's a symbolic milestone for a nation whose history has been dominated by black-white racial dynamics. Increased racial and ethnic diversity is adding a new dimension to everything from product marketing to political campaigning.
There are 38.8 million Hispanics in the USA, according to the latest Census Bureau estimates released Wednesday. The figures, as of July 1, show a 9.8% increase since the Census was taken in April 2000.
The U.S. population grew 2.5% to 288.4 million in the same period. Hispanics accounted for half of the national increase. Non-Hispanic blacks, including people who say they're black and another race, grew at a much slower rate than Hispanics, up 3.1%, to 36.6 million. Hispanics make up 13% of the nation's population. The number of Asians also surged. They're up 9% to 13.1 million..
Black and Hispanic groups were quick to emphasize common ground rather than differences."They keep trying to pit the African-American community against Hispanics when indeed we have a lot more in common than we have in disagreement," Hilary Shelton of the NAACP says. "The Hispanic community is made up of very many different racial groups. African-Americans are still the largest racial minority group.
No one can positively estimate how many illegal immigrants are in this nation, but their mere presence poses a grave threat to Black people and the hope of building a successful Black middle class. Instead, that middle-class is being effectively eroded and stamped out as the two groups fight for menial jobs and lower paying vocations, with Hispanics driving down wages and forcing unemployed Black people to turn to a life of crime:
LSU Sociology Professor Edward Shihadeh and Ph.D. candidate Raymond Barranco have published a study titled "Latino Employment and Black Violence: The Unintended Consequence of U.S. Immigration Policy," in the March 2010 issue of Social Forces, the field's preeminent journal.Yes, two groups with diametrically opposed interests unite due to both factions motivation to supplant Pre-Obama America and the white majority. The coalition the Disingenuous White Liberals elite has built includes groups united under a leaky of umbrella of hatred of all things white.
The study confirms that Latino immigration and dominance of low skill jobs have displaced blacks from low-skill labor markets, which in turn led to more violence in urban black communities. According to their analysis, this is traceable to U.S. immigration policies over the last several decades...
Sociological theory has linked black urban decline to poverty, the loss of manufacturing jobs and racial segregation. This study introduces another factor in the dense cluster of black disadvantage – immigration policy, which inadvertently flooded low skill markets with Latino labor, displaced blacks and, as a result, raised the rates of black murder.
Homosexual groups, Black people, Hispanics, animal-rights activists, global warming fanatics and human rights warrior (like Amanda Kijera) unite in opposition to Pre-Obama America, and the nation the greatest generation helped defend.
Black people (who don't like gay marriage) have no problem working with groups they might detest, because that same group also detests the majority population for its oppressive nature and thus, must be constantly bombarded and attacked by a united rainbow coalition.
Yet, Black people are the real losers of the racial displacement brought on by high levels of legal and illegal Hispanic immigration. Consider the state of California and the undeclared racial war festering in Los Angeles between the last vestiges of the Black population and the emerging Hispanic majority:
Since the 1990s, the changes described by Anderson have intensified. The demographic statistics are startling. The two high schools nearest the Los Angeles Coliseum—presumably the schools Anderson’s children would have attended—are Jefferson, two miles to the east, and Manual Arts, a half mile to the southwest. During the 1960s and ’70s, the schools were nearly 100 percent black—and Jefferson had been since the 1940s. Today Jefferson is 7 percent black and 92 percent Hispanic, and Manual Arts 20 percent black and 79.5 percent Hispanic.In light of the citizens of Arizona (curiously the last state to recognize Martin Luther King Jr. Day) passing a law that will Black citizens get higher paying jobs by cracking down on illegal immigration, Mein Obama is rallying the colored coalition for a might war against those who still believe laws and Constitution matter:
The story is similar for the rest of South Central. Fremont High School, virtually 100 percent black during the 1960s and ’70s, is now 12 percent black and 88 percent Hispanic. Crenshaw and Locke, two high schools built after the Watts riots and nearly all black during their first 20 years, are now 32 percent and 63 percent Hispanic. Dorsey and Washington high schools, which went from white to black during the ’50s and early ’60s, are each now 45 percent Hispanic. Unchecked illegal immigration will ensure Hispanic majorities at the two schools within a few years.
The Democratic National Committee this morning released this clip of the president rallying the troops, if rather coolly, for 2010. Obama's express goal: "reconnecting" with the voters who voted for the first time in 2008, but who may not plan to vote in the lower-profile Congressional elections this year.
Obama speaks with unusual demographic frankness about his coalition in his appeal to "young people, African-Americans, Latinos, and women who powered our victory in 2008 [to] stand together once again."
Turning out those so-called "surge" voters -- who turned out for the first time to back Obama, but who sat out gubernatorial races in New Jersey and Virginia last year -- has become the Democrats' central pre-occupation for the midterm elections, and the new Democratic effort to nationalize the election around Obama and his agenda mark an attempt to energize those voters
Black people are being displaced and yet they align themselves with a future enemy for momentary gains against the white majority. It makes absolutely no sense, save for the hatred Black people cling to when it comes to the memory of how white people treated their ancestors.
Never mind that it was Black people who willingly sold those Black ancestors to Europeans for a profit so many centuries ago.
Traditional Black cities such as Harlem and Compton have become casualties in the invasion by illegal immigrants that Black people dare not criticize, unless they wish to be expelled from the coalition:
In the HBO comedy The Second Civil War, Hispanics control Los Angeles and only speak Spanish. The few remaining Black people in city wage a constant guerrilla war on those who have conquered them through mass Black apathy and indifference. We aren't far away from reality replicating fiction.
Race relations in Los Angeles County inner city neighborhoods may best be described in the opening line in the Charles Dickens' classic "A Tale of two Cities" — "It was the best of times; it was the worst of times."
In 1965, it was the "best of times" for me when I arrived in Los Angeles from Washington D.C. ("Chocolate City") to attend Pepperdine College. Pepperdine was then located in South Central L.A. in the midst of a predominantly African American residential community. Living on campus in an academic environment, there was peace and harmony between whites, African Americans and Hispanic students attending Pepperdine.
In my view, the demographic and population shifts played a major factor in the rise of crime and the racial conflicts in Los Angeles County. For example, the Racial and Ethnic Composition of Cities as recorded by Percentages in the Los Angeles County 2000 Census revealed that in the city of Compton the total population was more than 93,000. An estimated, 56.84% of residents were Hispanic and 40.31% were African Americans. Other white and ethnic groups made up the remaining percentages. I believe the reason for the shift from the former majority African American population to a majority Hispanic population was the flight of African American homeowners due to the rise in crime and the inability for the Los Angeles County Sheriff's inability to end the gang turf conflicts.
As African American homeowners and renters began moving out, mostly Hispanic immigrants from Mexico and Central America moved into cheap vacant housing. At the same time the Hispanic population continued to increase by leaps and bounds as birth rates increased dramatically. At the same time, the "great escape" of white folks from inner city communities continued resulting in the election of numerous African American and a small number of Hispanic city, county, state and congressional officials.
2010... A post-racial world was what we all thought was coming when we elected Mein Obama. Instead, the fault lines within the fragile minority coalition are growing evident and a strange movement from MARs is growing as enraged white party have taken to Tea Parties in an effort to show Washington who is boss.
South Africa will host the World Cup for all to see that nations 'progress' under the esteemed leadership of Black people. Arizona has decided to save middle-class jobs by uniting (70 percent favor the bill) to arrest illegal immigrants.
Black people might understand that they are being displaced by a more malleable racial group, but they will march with so-called leaders to show their solidarity with the coalition:
The Rev. Al Sharpton says he's ready to travel to Arizona and march in the streets to protest the state's new immigration law.
Sharpton joined Lillian Rodriguez Lopez from the Hispanic Federation in New York City on Sunday to speak out against the law. They say activists are prepared to commit civil disobedience to fight it.
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer signed the bill Friday. It requires police to question people about their immigration status - including asking for identification - if they suspect someone is in the country illegally.
The law will take effect in late July or early August.
President Barack Obama has called the new law "misguided" and has instructed the Justice Department to examine it to see if it's legal.
The hatred of Pre-Obama America within the hearts of Black people outweighs the desire for long-term survival.