Anonymous asked in Politics & GovernmentPolitics · 2 years ago

Why do people give a damn about slavery? Everyone involved is long dead, why do liberals still blame White people?

The fact that the liberals try to blame a whole race for slavery ludicrious

A crime is committed by a person not by a race.

Why should a White person today feel guilty for something that happened in the 1800s, only because he happens to be the same race as the perpetrators?

5 Answers

  • 2 years ago

    Because a lot of white people really miss slavery and really want to bring it back. If a majority of people in this country became extreme right wing Republicans you and I both know that America would become a Christian caliphate with Sharia type laws for sinners. Public hangings of abortion doctors, the reinstatementof all "Jim Crow" laws and perhaps even slavery in some places.

    I dont fear that this will happen but I know there are quite a few people who want this to happen. And that is why the Right is so scary.

  • kate
    Lv 6
    2 years ago

    The only reason I hear slavery mentioned today is in reference to the civil war statues that are being taken down right now; some of whom honor people who fought for slavery.

    Other than that, I have to open a history book to hear about it.

    Feeling guilty is optional. I think acceptance is more necessary, because there were long-lasting consequences of that system. But what that means is entirely up to you.

  • Jeff S
    Lv 7
    2 years ago

    BS only people I hear talking about it are people trying to use it for political gain of some kind.

  • Anonymous
    2 years ago

    what about all the white people who died fighting for the slaves freedom? why doesn’t anyone talk about them?

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  • 2 years ago

    Democrats are responsible for Slavery. They are responsible for most anything to do with

    phony assertions by the left to care for Blacks.

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