This is a long video but worth your time. It is about two hours. Please, before you just scroll past listen to the first 15 to 20 minutes. If this doesn’t peak your interest, then ignore the rest. However, I think you may be hooked.
Linda Gottfredson and Stefan Molyneux need commended for their courage to talk openly on such a taboo subject. They are simply saying what has been known for decades but ignored. This is a forbidden topic and generally talking about it immediately brands the person a racist. Let’s be honest that term is overused so much it means nothing. So brand me a racist. America has spent the last 50-years working to raise the black standard. Yet today I will argue that black communities are much worse that they were in the 1940s and 1950s.
Yes, there was open racism. But inside the black communities’ families lived and thrived. Children were safe playing on the streets and walking to and from schools. Husband, wives and neighbors sat on porches in the evenings and talked. That black culture and neighborhood is gone and replaced with a living hell. Shooting are common, drugs openly available and no one sets on the porch for fear of being shot. Children cannot play in the street or yard for fear they will be killed.
The demise of the black community cannot be blamed on lack of access. Does the banned topic of this video perhaps address some of the issues? Remember, the topic was norms or average of the curve not the exceptions. Using the norms given then blacks would be at a substantial disadvantage competing. That idea opens up a whole range of topics to cover.