Guess Who Said This?

Hmmmm … so very … interesting?

… I strongly disagree with the notion of official government segregation or any other kind of oppression, of blacks (or anyone else) in an independent South. 

But because I believe government forced segregation/oppression was/is/would be wrong does not mean I approve of the the civil rights movement as it was orchestrated by leftist leaders and culture changers. Because not only was its purpose to tear down the existing culture, which was perceived as the white man’s world — it was also horribly damaging for blacks. 

The floor is open.

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17 thoughts on “Guess Who Said This?

  1. Translation: I have qualms about the present (note: we all do and everyone always has) but I think there should have been a better way to get the betterments we have which I don’t deny. But I don’t have an alternative explanation for how it could have been to avoid the evils of the past and still arrive at this present better world for all its problems. And you should listen to me because . . .?

  2. Yup, that was Connie ! I did make the mistake of reading several of the entries and can only conclude that she is out of her ever luvin mind ! Maybe a day job would help. That would give her something to do besides writing nonsensical blog posts before they send her back to the institution for the night. It’s a good thing she uses a keyboard. A person can hurt themselves with sharp objects like pens and pencils.

  3. “Sure, the government (not white society) was a little rough on our blacks, but why did those pinko agitators have to stir ‘em up and make ‘em demand rights? Clearly, we knew what was good for our blacks better than they knew themselves.”
    White Southern paternalism is alive, if not well.

  4. I smell a little Backsass!

    By coincidence I watched The Loving Story on HBO OnDemand last night. It only took 9 years from the time they were dragged from their bed in the middle of the night and thrown into jail for their case to be resolved by the US Supreme Court. My state of VA fought them tooth and nail. Ms Chastain may feel “culture changers” have gone too far. But that the Lovings right to be wed was actually questioned in the radical 60′s astounded me. Maybe leftists wouldn’t get all the attention for social issues if we average folks stepped up to the plate more often.

  5. “it was also horribly damaging for blacks.”

    As opposed to lynching and murder. You fully expect her to say “I’m not prejudiced. Some of my best friends are…”

    Best
    Rob

  6. When Barack Obama, Senior and Stanley Ann Durham were married in 1960 their marriage was illegal in half the states. Ironically the 1987 marriage of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas to Virginia Lamp was legal in all the states, thanks to the liberal Warren Court.

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