11 April, 2021

Fairness: a White Thing. Me-First: a Black Thing

Posted by Socrates in black behavior vs. white behavior, black culture, Black mentality, journalism, media, media control, media culture, media lies, Socrates at 12:11 pm | Permanent Link

Blacks: children in adult bodies. Just like liberals.

And to think, before WWII, the key tenets of journalism were objectivity, truth and fairness [1]. They taught those things in journalism school. But after WWII the media lies came fast and thick, especially lies about race and IQ.

“Thus, Blacks’ personalities, as well as their lower intelligence, would imply that (they) are less likely to value “fairness.” They are more focused on what they perceive as good for them. This is the child’s understanding of “fairness.” If I don’t get what I want then it’s “unfair,” because I deserve everything I want.”



[1] Black Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi related a funny but sad story about journalism: one day, circa 1970, a review of a Black Sabbath concert appeared in a newspaper. But there was one big problem: Sabbath never played that concert! They had to cancel the show at the last minute. Didn’t play a note! The “journalist” obviously wrote the review in advance and never knew that the concert was canceled. Sad. Truth in journalism today!

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