Deculturization

Thomas Sowell on the Dissolution of the Black Family
Deculturization

Thomas Sowell on the Dissolution of the Black Family

https://youtu.be/eMDXSNNptGI Thomas Sowell addresses the dissolution of the Black family and the welfare state. What I find fascinating is that the same decline happened in England when the welfare state was introduced. I am reminded of the other video clips I posted today with Mia Love and #CandaceOwens speaking about the importance of having Father figures. In a world that tells young women to be free and loose and then get an abortion (see my previous post about the planned parenthood tweet about the #summerofsex) there has to be a voice speaking about consequences and personal responsibility. It seems as if the radical left cares more about supporting parents who say their 5 year old boy thinks he is a girl than about the fact that nearly 80% of black ch...
How Cosmopolitan Magazine Shaped Generations of Women Using the Lie of Feminism
Deculturization

How Cosmopolitan Magazine Shaped Generations of Women Using the Lie of Feminism

ARTICLE BY S.G. CHEAH Sue Ellen Browder is a former writer for Cosmopolitan. She authored the book “Subverted: How I Helped the Sexual Revolution Hijack the Women’s Movement.” The book is part memoir and part tell-all about what goes on behind the scenes at these glamorous publications. In short, behind the glossy pages of Cosmo were lies and propaganda meant to shape the opinions of women all over the globe. Her Mother’s Love of Magazines Inspired Her Dream To Work for One Sue Ellen Browder had a wonderful childhood. She grew up in Iowa, where her parents, who had been childhood sweethearts, had a happy marriage. She was a normal Midwestern girl with a happy childhood and a loving family. She had a blissful upbringing as her parents were traditional ...
Hiding Behind The Ancestors
Deculturization, Mindset, Race and Victimhood

Hiding Behind The Ancestors

By Candice Smith Adewole FRAMED PHOTOGRAPH OF MAGGIE WALKER AND STAFFS OF IO OF ST LUKE AND ST LUKE PENNY SAVINGS BANK . A few days ago I had a conversation with a woman on Facebook in regards a post that depicted George Floyd standing between Malcolm X and Martin Luther King. I found the post and picture to be absolutely absurd, because in no way was George Floyd a martyr. He did not deserve to die at the hands of police officers, who are sworn to serve and protect, but he is no American hero in my eyes and there are many others who feel the same way. What started off as a sarcastic, yet humorous comment about what happens when you give crayons to the wrong people led to a conversation that further opened my mind to just how deep the victimhood mentality runs, and just how muc...
Identifying the Whole with the Lowest Common Denominator
Deculturization, Mindset, Race and Victimhood

Identifying the Whole with the Lowest Common Denominator

The recent unrest and racial strife in the United States has provided insight into the world of Black Americans whose lifestyle, mindset and affiliations are not representative of what is popularly presented as 'Black American' or 'Black people'. Now, more than ever, the stark divergences in points of view about what it means to be 'black' in America are not only coming to light but are drawing deeper lines in the sand. One of example is the now trending opinion piece shared yesterday on this website called 'A Tale of Two Black Americas' While this website chooses not to do so, many Black American websites, think pieces and individuals are expressing the rift taking place in their minds between opposing arguments such as being pro or against Black Lives Matter. There are many who ide...
How the Destruction of Marriage Will Be the Downfall of the Feminist Welfare State
Deculturization, Sociology, Values

How the Destruction of Marriage Will Be the Downfall of the Feminist Welfare State

Posted on October 15, 2012 by Dalrock The standard narrative is that feminism removed the artificial restrictions that were holding women back, and what we observe today is a level playing field.  The Social Pathologist described this in his recent post Hypergamic Affirmative Action: The social, sexual and economic liberation of women in the latter half of the 20th Century has meant that for the first time women were able to compete with men in society without restriction. The result has been spectacular if not particularly beneficial to the happiness of women. Whilst not all degrees are created equal (men still overwhelming dominate the “hard” fields of knowledge) the fact that there are now more degree credentialed women than men is simply astonishing. A...
Don’t Confuse Generational Curses with Poor Generational Choices
Culture, Deculturization, Values

Don’t Confuse Generational Curses with Poor Generational Choices

The real curse is believing we are powerless to break these familial patternsArah Iloabugichukwu One day, these questions and comments will filter through to the very bottom of the 'culture' and the 'totem pole'. One day the tide will turn and most of us will begin to look to ourselves as the problem AND the solution. Below is an Excellent Article by Arah Iloabugichukwu In Exodus 34:7, we hear about the God of the Bible “visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon the children, and upon the children’s children, unto the third and to the fourth generation.” From this passage has derived the notion of generational curses; the concept of pathological dysfunction as spiritual punishment. Modern adaptations of this idea speak to the cyclical nature of unhealthy family pathologies, cit...
Thomas Sowell: “Slavery” as the Scapegoat for Strife in the Black Community
Deculturization, History

Thomas Sowell: “Slavery” as the Scapegoat for Strife in the Black Community

— Thomas Sowell is a senior fellow at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University. His website is www.tsowell.com. © 2015 Creators Syndicate Inc. Discussions of racial problems almost invariably bring out the cliché of “a legacy of slavery.” But anyone who is being serious, as distinguished from being political, would surely want to know if whatever he is talking about — whether fatherless children, crime, or whatever — is in fact a legacy of slavery or of some of the many other things that have been done in the century and a half since slavery ended. Another cliché that has come into vogue is that slavery is “America‘s original sin.” The great Supreme Court justice Oliver Wendell Holmes said that a good catch phrase could stop thinking for 50 years. Catch phrases a...
Conservatives Will Have to Address Black on Black Crime Sooner than Later
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Conservatives Will Have to Address Black on Black Crime Sooner than Later

Now is the Perfect Time To Discuss Black on Black Crime Article Written by Anthony Brian Logan (ABL)The shooting death of 25-year-old Ahmaud Arbery is still shrouded in mystery. The only facts available to anyone are that he was black and that two white men killed him. Everything else is buried under a mountain of questions and general uncertainty. Was he jogging that Sunday afternoon? Did the two white men “hunt” him down for no reason? Was there a reason? Did he break into a home? Was he wearing unlaced work boots? Did he have on jean shorts? Cargo shorts? Basketball shorts? So many questions, so few answers. Sometimes, people fill in the blanks when there are questions that do not have definitive, factual answers. Especially in a case like Ahmaud Arbery. One that tugs at t...