04/04/2017

Liberal Indoctrination: Blacks Still Can’t Know Right From Wrong

Bob and Laura Parks, Black & Right

Like good indoctrinators, liberals continue to feed young people with progressive talking points; many of them elitist and condescending. One example is the notion that blacks are disproportionately incarcerated in comparison to their white counterpoints. The excuses have for years ranged from racist policing to the “socio-economic conditions” that leave black people few options for advancement thus an understandable turn towards a life of crime.

As stated here from the beginning, liberals continue to deny black people the basic humanity of knowing right from wrong.

During the “C-SPAN Classroom’s StudentCam documentary contest” winner “An Incarcerated Nation”, white liberal after white liberal (who work at the nonprofits Post Prison Education Program and Justice Campaign) explain why blacks have no choice but commit crimes thus should not be so harshly punished, and black former convict after black former convict complain about the prison industrial complex while explaining why their lives have been negatively affected for having to do time for crimes committed.

Of course, left out of the responses were the many reasons why blacks have been so dehumanized to the point where knowing right from wrong is a totally alien concept.

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