There’s an old tried and true adage that simply states “the squeaky wheel always gets the grease.” And slavery is indeed that “squeaky wheel” that will be greased again and again well into the future and for countless generations to come. Moreover, unlike other historical events, the “black experience” continues to resonate today because of its powerful voting block of African-Americans who simply keep giving back to powerful progressive legislators and civil rights leaders “their vote.” It’s a lucrative scam that perpetuates itself again and again

Moreover unlike that other historical event within our checkered past the willful genocide of Native Americans, who were simply obliterated by our government from the face of the earth. Today they’re few in number to make a difference and with no political clout, no advocates, no civil rights leaders championing their cause, they’re all but forgotten, living in abject poverty on reservations.

By contrast, the “black experience” in America actually thrives with the telling and retelling of slavery from one generation to another. Therefore it’s only fitting that another progressive institution should get on board “the soul train of slavery and once again apologize.

This time it's Western Kentucky University’s student body who would like to continue the welfare concept by paying for the tuition of black students as a form of “reparations” for slavery.

The WKU Herald is reporting that Student Government at Western Kentucky University has passed a series of resolutions that bring a whole new meaning to perpetual welfare, regardless of the fact that over 650,000 to 700,000 individuals died during the Civil War, which ended in 1865.

Moreover one wonders how many of those dead soldiers of those “direct descendants” might be getting “free tuition?”

The ridicules resolution sends a message to the university faculty and administrators that slavery is “a debt that will never be paid,” according to Campus Reform.

Taking a legislative page out of LBJ’s “Great Society” the resolution passed 19-10 calling for ways to research making it easier for black students to apply and get accepted into college, thanks in part to the benevolence and generosity of white progressive students, helping less fortune black students…in short, some things never change not even fighting a Civil War

Tell us in the comments below if you think after 150 years today’s Americans should still be apologizing for something they’re not responsible for?

Do you think the true victims of America's past injustices were committed against Native Americans?

Source: Yesimright

 
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