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Reply to "Negroes who defend the status quo once they've "gotten theirs""

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Originally posted by Constructive Feedback:

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If study after study shows this then HOW DOES THIS EVIDENCE CHANGE YOUR STRATEGY?

If it is the case that RACIAL PREFERENCE for your own kind is paramount then IS IT LOGICAL for your end game to be to stop the people in power from doing this OR SHOULD IT BE to [/b]develop a system FOR YOUR OWN PEOPLE[/b] so that people who look like you are servicing people who look like you, insuring the quality level that you desire?


Constructive Feedback: thank you for ASSuming you know where I stand. If you have read any of my posts, you would know that I am for voluntary Black separatism and strengthening our own communities economically and politically through self-investment, not through asking the Democrats to through us a bone (or smiling when we perceive the conservatives do). Why do you criticise people who agree with you? At any rate, it doesn't change the fact that it is a f*cked up thing to do to deny a person adequate medical care due to a medical practitioner's reacial bias or prejudice. So in response to your question, I think that we should develop a "a system for [our] own people" yet ALSO stop those in power from doing this. Not everyone wants to live in an insular Black environment, which is fine. Those who chose to embrace multiculturalism shouldn't be hindered by poor health care. Can I take your silenc on the facts which I listend (with supporting evidence) to mean that you think it is ok for a dominate power to systematically provide inadquate services to a whole sector of society?
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