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THIS IS A BLOG THAT TRIES TO APPEAL TO THE AVERAGE CONSERVATIVE CITIZEN AND HAS NO AGENDA OTHER THAN TELLING THE TRUTH AS WE SEE IT.
What do these people all have in common?
Harris Faulkner, Jason Whitlock, Candace Owens, Dr. Ben Carson, Lawrence Jones, Angela McGlowan, Tyrus, Leo Terrell, Stacy Dash, Larry Elder, Condoleezza Rice, Clarence Thomas, Deneen Borelli, Thomas Sowell, Alveda King, Charles Payne, Ted Williams, David Webb, Hershel Walker, Burgess Owens, Alan West, Rob Smith, Diamond and Silk, Sen. Tim Scott, Rep. Byron Donalds, and the late Walter Williams.
This is just a partial list of a growing group of Conservative Blacks who have not allowed themselves to be trapped in urban plantations, cities run by skillful manipulators who further their political ambitions by creating generations of virtual victims. Instead of relying on others for their survival, these individuals have relied on themselves and their ingenuity to be positive, contributing members of society.
Criticizing Blacks seems to be only permissible when you criticize a Conservative Black, but it is not O.K. otherwise, lest you be falsely accused of being racist and labeled a white supremacist. Unbelievably, some of the Conservative Blacks on my list have been called an "Uncle Tom", a "Black Sellout" or other epithets, for daring to criticize and call out another Black person.
My respect reaches to all whom I listed above. I admire some for their intellect while holding others in high esteem for their achievements and selfless contributions for the benefit of our country. Many minorities living in urban plantations who function without government subsidies, do so by their own initiative, not waiting for someone else to clear their path. This formula is not a racial thing but it has became one, because the media and liberals made it so.
It's about time that false accusations of racism used for political gain and as a means to divide our country, be put to bed. Instead of vilifying Black Conservatives and making them pariahs within their race, it is time for Blacks to offer them a seat at the table. If five people were having dinner, where three contributed the food and two brought nothing and did nothing to help, yet expected to be fed equally, what would you think?
Conservative Commentary by George Giftos
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