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Black Republican Says Black People Were Better Off As Slaves

Mychal Massie is at it again…

via Black Like Moi

At least one black conservative believes blacks in America were better off during the days whenmassie they were bought and sold than under today’s liberal laws.

Mychal Massie says–given the rate of abοrtions, out of wedlock children, and incarceration rates–blacks were better off in Massa’s house than with affirmative action laws or the groundbreaking Civil Rights Act.

Massie expressed his longing for the antebellum era during an interview with the conspiracy website World Net Daily, where he expressed sympathy for whites who are being punished by blacks.

“Many blacks have ignorantly embraced race-based affirmative action as justified punishment of white people, whom they view as their oppressors. But what these same blacks are blind to is what race-based affirmative action has reduced them to,” Massie explained.

He continued: “Neo-Leninist liberals in their bigoted pomposity have orchestrated a pogrom of such magnitude as to destroy the sense of purpose and sense of true self-worth in the majority of blacks today.
Neo-Leninists have successfully blinded many blacks to the importance of their embracing modernity.”

According to Massie, who is black, blacks can’t understand what’s best of them because of their low IQs.

“But don’t tell blacks that, because the majority are too blind, dumb and ignorant to understand this. There was a time blacks embraced being Americans and the virtues of same; but that mindset has ultimately taken a backseat to the shrill invidious voices of those who preach the vitriolic heterodoxies of Marxism.”

Massie also believes that blacks are anti-American and set on revenge.

“There was a time blacks embraced being Americans and the virtues of same; but that mindset has ultimately taken a backseat to the shrill invidious voices of those who preach the vitriolic heterodoxies of Marxism.”

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