Affluent Blacks of Dallas

A Key Voting Issue – The Black American Economy Needs a Real Agenda Now

So to those dummies who keep saying “slavery was a long time ago, get over it and desire to succeed,” you fail to comprehend this extreme, devastating destructive policy. What happened in the 1921 Black Wall Street Tulsa case, where the state government “promised” reparations but deliberately made sure the clock ran out via the statute of limitations, is a perfect example of what ALL of us have had to endure. We never got financially restored, and when some of us were able to overcome these great obstacles in the late 1870s through the early 1920s, here came both the government and private corporate interests masquerading as the KKK to do many acts of ethnic cleansing of our forefathers that forced them to flee their properties or get killed. The bloody ethnic cleansing terrorist acts of 1919 are a perfect example of that.

Why Some Brothas and Sistas Are Uncomfortable with Ice Cube

no one is saying that Ice Cube is our “leader.” He is just one man with a platform. To me, we should all be leaders—at least, those with enough intelligence and negotiation savvy to make things happen for the rest of us. Don’t wait around like sheep waiting for a shepherd. Let’s turn the sheep into shepherds! To wrap this up before it becomes an encyclopedia, we have to have agents in ALL parties. We’re at war for our future, so we need spies in the enemies camps. This makes Black America 1.0 mad because they dare not make their “cheating husband” mad. But we gotta leave that thinking behind and slay the Goliath called racism (which is a weapon wielded more dangerously at the top, not by the average person). When one party keeps making empty promises that never get fulfilled, we have to be prepared to leave in order to keep them in check. Make these parties compete so that the one with the best deal wins.

Our Popular ‘Dallas Escape Series’ Section is Getting Its Own Website!

Hey there, beautiful people! It’s the first weekend of August 2020. We’ve been quite busy around here, keeping our various

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