Rep. Jackson - "Don't condemn the gangbangers"
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    Rep. Jackson - "Don't condemn the gangbangers, they have guns that are trafficked."

    Can you believe it?! Rep. Sheila Jackson wants us to believe that gangbangers are victims of straw purchasers and poor gun laws?! She wants us to believe that it's not the gangbangers' fault that the weapons they use are trafficked. Sure, vote to enforce the laws we already have, but also vote for universal background checks - even though her statement is an admission that background checks won't have ANY effect on gangbangers because they are purchasing trafficked guns. Where do they come up with this garbage?!

    Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee: 'Don't Condemn The Gangbangers', Blame The Guns Instead | The Hope For America

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    Just more proof of what an idiot she is.
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    And of course, because these (mostly) Black gangbangers are killing (mostly) other Black gangbangers with these trafficked guns, anyone who is pro-gun rights is racist, according to her! (Did you all follow my logic there? Convoluted reasoning such as that, as well as playing the race card, is what leftists such as her thrive on to advance their agenda)

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    OK. I'm going to say this publicly. Rep. Jackson, things aren't going to get better for the black community until the black community stop trying to portray slavery as a white on black thing only for which whites are eternally in your debt, and finally take ownership for their own critical role in slavery.

    Why is this necessary?

    Because it also explains why black on black crime is an issue that harms more African-Americans than white on black crime ever will.

    Slavery of Africans would not have been possible at ANY TIME IN HISTORY except for the direct involvement of other Africans. Egyptians, Romans, Europeans, Americans were only able to make use of African slave labor because Africans were the ones selling other Africans into slavery. Period. Black slavery was the first expression of black on black crime. As villages and tribes fought, the victors would march entire enemy villages hundreds of miles to the coast, where they could be sold to traders from across the world. So while it is true that nearly every major civilization made use of black slaves, it was blacks who contributed to their own demise by selling other blacks into slavery and creating that market.

    That isn't white revisionism, that is historical fact.

    To this day, blacks are complicit in their own demise. Not because of white oppression, but because they are still playing out the enemy village scenario. Rival gangs killing each other, gangbangers killing innocent bystanders, black drug dealers, pimps, loansharks, you name it - blacks are still being enslaved by their own; and any African-American who has the guts to break that mold is instantly classified as an Uncle Tom, and Oreo, or some other derogatory term. So desperate are gangbangers to keep this cycle going, that they are obtaining "trafficked" firearms to make it happen. So yes, we CAN condemn gangbangers for seeking out trafficked firearms - and the African-American community should be condemning them the loudest.

    Rep. Jackson, until you and other black leaders finally own your own ongoing role in slavery and begin addressing the attitudes within the black community that keep it going today, absolutely nothing is going to change.

    And no amount of gun control is going to make a difference.

    In fact, the black community should be screaming for more firearms to protect themselves from black aggression instead of just accepting the aggression as an unavoidable part of life

    And for the record, my wife is African-American, my in-laws are African-American (they are more family to me than my own extended family has ever been), and my kids are part African-American. I, by the way, am as white as they come.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tattedupboy View Post
    And of course, because these (mostly) Black gangbangers are killing (mostly) other Black gangbangers with these trafficked guns, anyone who is pro-gun rights is racist, according to her! (Did you all follow my logic there? Convoluted reasoning such as that, as well as playing the race card, is what leftists such as her thrive on to advance their agenda)

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    Walter E. Williams has been saying this for years.
    The "black leaders" don't listen to him either.
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