Kanye, Chance, Candace — The Point That Was Lost


What point did everyone either miss or completely gloss over when, essentially, Kanye West, Candace Owens and Chance the Rapper all said some variation of, “Black people should be permitted to think for themselves?

Easy: Currently black people are not permitted to think for themselves.

The fact that year in and year out, black Americans vote at a rate of 90-95% for Democrats, would seem to bear out the conclusion that they don’t.

It’s a massively important point.

To say that “black people ought to be permitted to think for themselves” is to state what is so obvious that the only possible response should be: “Duh!

Instead, though, this blindingly obvious statement of the simplest of truths met with… scorn, derision, outrage, apoplectic, vein-popping, horrified white-hot anger.

One would think that with the talismanic power that the word “slavery” holds in the vast American Race Grievance Industry (RGI), black Americans would recoil in horror at what the response to Kanye, et al revealed.

In general, they didn’t.

The meaning of that shouldn’t be lost either. The RGI Industry, the Democrat, the media, pop culture, Hollywood — the entire rotting edifice that is the American Left — are all stating unambiguously: “Black people should not be permitted to think for themselves.

There’s a slavery of the mind also, and the American Left has long engaged in it. For everyone’s sake, we on the Right should make them cut it out. We should call them on it, expose it, trumpet it loud and clear, shame them for it, and make them cut it out. Our black brothers and sisters deserve — are owed — nothing less.

And black Americans should reject the Left, and its desire to keep them in intellectual chains.

— xPraetorius

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5 thoughts on “Kanye, Chance, Candace — The Point That Was Lost

  1. “To say that “black people ought to be permitted to think for themselves” is to state what is so obvious that the only possible response should be: “Duh!””

    What’s glaring to me is the idea that anyone should consider themselves in a position to ‘permit’ any of us to think for ourselves. We as a country have failed so astonishingly at teaching the meaning of “inalienable” that we believe the mobs on the My Face or Twinder can tell us how to think… and worse yet… they believe they are ‘entitled’ to do so. But when one assigns their value per the assessment of the mob, well, they in fact do have that power. This episode is one of the most interesting this year.

    1. Thank you for saying it much better than I did!

      You said: “What’s glaring to me is the idea that anyone should consider themselves in a position to ‘permit’ any of us to think for ourselves.

      Then: “We as a country have failed so astonishingly at teaching the meaning of “inalienable” that we believe the mobs on the My Face or Twinder can tell us how to think… and worse yet… they believe they are ‘entitled’ to do so.

      Yep.

      And said much better than what I said. Thank you.

      Best,

      — x

      P.S.: “My Face” — Lol!

    2. One more quick thing: I agree that the incident is “one of the most interesting of the year.”

      Interesting, eye-opening, revealing.

      I also believe that there were many people — not just black Americans — whose eyes were opened by someone suggesting that “black people might want to consider thinking for themselves.”

      Best,

      — x

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