January 17, 2019
That’s the face of a nigger with access to 200,000 dollars.
All those veterinarian gibs to Africa are not enough, whites should also give everything they have to the closest nigger and even then, healing the slavery wound is not guaranteed.
It’s the idea that white Americans should pay a moral debt to black Americans to compensate for slavery, Jim Crow and institutionalized racism.
Reparations has been a concept debated as far back as emancipation. But for some Denver women, it’s not a debate — it’s an obligation.
In late 2018, the Denver-based nonprofit Soul2Soul Sisters received a whopping $200,000 anonymous donation. Founders Rev. Dawn Riley Duval and Rev. Tawana Davis were “stunned,” and tried to learn more.
The mystery benefactor ended up being a graduate student. The donor asked Colorado Public Radio News not to use their name or identifying information in order to keep the focus on Soul2Soul and their racial injustice workshops for people of faith.
She had delved deep into her family tree for a class assignment. What she found was new information that caused her “deep sadness.” She had grown up believing that her family — which settled in Mississippi in the late 18th century — had never owned slaves.
But it turned out that wasn’t true.
She even dug up a cassette recording of her grandmother, and she learned about Alice.
Alice was an enslaved girl given to her “aristocratic” great-great grandmother when she left North Carolina for Mississippi. Even after emancipation, Alice stayed.
“It became true what I had thought was true,” she said. “It may have been just one person, perhaps there were other people, but to know that my family had benefited from the efforts of someone else.”
Would she agree to give “reparations” to horses because we’ve been using them for so long? Because that is pretty much the same as giving reparations for niggers. Both horses and niggers have nothing better to do than to serve us, actual humans.
She probably would though, vegans are everywhere and they’re getting crazier and crazier.
This revelation came four years after her father passed away, leaving her an inheritance that presented a challenge. She wanted to do some good with it.
The donor approached her teacher to talk out ways to use this money to atone for her family’s role in slavery and to honor Alice. Her teacher mentioned Soul2Soul, which clicked instantly — Revs. Riley Duval and Davis had not only spoken at her school, but they’d also preached at her church, and left an impression.
Rev. Tawana Davis and Rev. Dawn Riley Duval.
She quietly made the donation, and figured that was that. But the reverends reached out, wanting to know more.
“I began to think, ‘What do I call this?’” she said. “A gift is something that’s yours that you give away, and I thought, ‘That’s not the right word.’ Because this, in my mind, wasn’t mine. It was something I had gotten through Alice, or partially through Alice.”
Yes, slut, “Alice” made $200,000 in today’s money for your family back then because niggers are magical beings that can shit gold. If she didn’t, then her slavery allowed your family to earn that money.
In fact, African slavery allowed the world to succeed. Cotton-picking was crucial to the development of science, technology, and medicine.
It’s thanks to cotton that we’ve traveled to the moon. Respect cotton.
She tried to find a word to pin on it, but one word, even reparations, didn’t seem like enough.
“Reparations came to mind. I’ve heard that, I’m not an expert on it. But reparations to me is big, it’s societal changes, it’s something we need to do as a country,” she said. “So I thought it was more ‘personal reparations,’ and then I said it was ‘personal partial reparations,’ because I don’t know what the right number is, and I don’t know that money is all of it. I don’t think it is.”
Riley Duval said reparations are an important part of healing racial wounds in America.
“There has to be compensation. We understand economic justice and healing justice to be integral to racial justice,” she said. “So, there must be compensation towards conciliation.”
There’s this idea that black “people” are interchangeable with their slave ancestors. Nowadays blacks in America are born into privilege and they enjoy all of the white man’s inventions, all of the white man’s work, and all of our ancestor’s achievements, without ever having contributed anything else but cotton.
We should be the ones getting reparations from blacks.
Niggers in America are the most privileged niggers in the history of the world.
They have no idea how lucky they are. They should be grateful that their ancestors were slaves because that is what put them in the best country in the world and what has given them a quality of life no nigger experiences anywhere else on the planet.
We’ve been putting up with their chimpouts, crime rates, and overall shitty behavior ever since we’ve bought them to our land.
They gained more than us from slavery. It was a very bad long-term deal for us.
Blacks have benefited a lot from being slaves. They didn’t have anything better to do. They had no civilization and they were living worse than animals.
They should be thanking us for having given them a chance at something better than drinking cow piss and dying of hunger. By bringing them to America, we’ve saved them from the horrors they so easily find in countries where they’re not ruled by more capable beings.
Lotte Lieb Dula, a retired financial strategist, started down a similar path as Soul2Soul’s anonymous donor at the start of 2018.
Dula’s grandmother passed away in January, and Dula took up the task of sorting through her things. She found a small, old book that was still well-preserved. Dula opened it to find inventories of slaves, hundreds of them, with their individual monetary worths listed.
It was then Dula learned that much of her family’s ancestral wealth came from slavery. She did more research, and counted more than 400 enslaved people who were considered the property of her ancestors. She also unearthed an old Smith College yearbook that listed her grandmother as a KKK member.
She joined a national group called Coming to the Table which connects descendents of enslaved people with descendents of slaveholders. Dula also established a scholarship fund for students who wish to study political science or law, restricted only to black applicants. She met a young black woman pursuing a career in politics and Dula agreed to help pay off her college debt, calling it a “direct reparation.”
She’s also started building a website – a guide to reparations for white people, by white people.
“This is how I’ll spend the rest of my life,” Dula said. “If only my life could be extended 250 or 400 years, maybe I’d make a small dent.”
The only time in history when blacks actually worked was when they were slaves. As expected from current times, they now live off of gibs, and white people continue to provide.
Such a terrible waste of money.