We are seeing the vast devastation in Haiti following the recent earthquake. Hundred and thousands of people have been left homeless and as any person I don’t like to see suffering. I don’t care who or what? It is not in my makeup to enjoy something in pain. I don’t like to see people in pain and I don’t even like to see animals in pain.
With that said we have to be honest with each other and set aside foolish sentimentalism. Even though I don’t want to see any one suffer I would rather see my neighbors suffer than my family suffer. If you disagree with me then when you get your pay check give it ALL to one of your neighbors. Don’t keep any! If you paid your bills first or bought food first then you, by your actions have shown you agree with me. In fact I will go a step further, I think most of you, even those that want to call me an evil racist, would rather have your enjoyment BEFORE you relieve the suffering of a stranger.
If you disagree with me then, disconnect your TV, don’t rent any more movies, dispose of your car, cut your grocery bill, stop eating out, buy your clothes from a yard sale, cut your own hair, sell your furniture, etc. After all, none of these things are important for survival. You can sleep on the floor, eat just the basics, open the windows in the summer instead of cooling with the AC etc.
You really don’t NEED that stuff and all the money you save could be sent to Haiti. But the fact is, you enjoy this stuff and you enjoy it so much that you would rather have this enjoyment then sending the savings to Haiti. You would rather spend $50 a month on Dish or Direct TV then cut off the satellite and send the $50 to the victims of the earthquake.999999999999999
So, we are seeing all this devastation (which you would rather watch on TV than cut off the satellite and send them the money.)
But the reality is that this poverty in Haiti is NOT the result of the earthquake. The problem in Haiti is for the same reason that there is problems in all our major cities which have been taken over by blacks.
Don’t call me a racist while you are reading this on your computer. Sell your computer and send the money to Haiti! Unless, of course, you would rather enjoy the computer than send money to help those who suffer in Haiti.
All black nations are suffering severe poverty and it has nothing to do with earthquakes. The U.S. (not including other countries) have spent 3 billion dollars in Haiti since 1994 and it is STILL the same - no improvement! We have spent hundreds of millions - billions - of dollars attempting to redeem our inner cities and they are getting worse every year.
What is the one common factor in Haiti and our inner cities?
Oh, I wonder . . . Maybe they are both black?
I am not trying to be mean or nasty. It is just the reality.
These people need help - but we are not helping them if we destroy the one and apparently only factor that can help them - white people. That is why preserving our racial heritage is so important. If it is destroyed who will send the Marines the next time they are in trouble?
Haiti has 10,000 faith-based relief organizations which have been aiding and helping the people there for many years and it doesn’t get better. They may need help, but we are not helping them if we destroy those who do the helping.
Check out this video which shows the same kind of conditions in Liberia. This nation has not suffered an earthquake, yet it is so bad that few faith-based groups want to go there and few fresh-faced idealistic young people want to venture there.
Those who want to call me names - remember - I am just the messenger.
This video is titled Guide to Liberia and is located on the CNN website - I didn't make this up so don't blame me. There will be some who will hate me even more for posting this link, but be assured, we don't hate you, we just don't want to see you and your kids suffer this same fate.
Remember we are not putting out hatred - we are putting out a warning!
This video is in 8 parts but it appears that only 4 are online at this time. Perhaps the others will be added shortly. After watching the first one simply watch the others in order.