If the U.S. government gave any financial reparations to slave descendants, it would encourage victim playing mentalities
and false entitlement attitudes. Black Americans today never experienced being enslaved or the national acceptance of it.
They are U.S. citizens who have adequate access to various services, agencies, programs, and businesses in the United
States. Black people are considerably more likely for their own racial population sizes in white origin or majority nations to
get monetary income assistances and be negatively enabled by it; there should be considerable decrease in U.S. citizens
who receive monetary income assistances from government agencies. Those savings in funds should go toward services
and/or programs that provide psychosocial rehabilitation activities, community integration supports, strict requirements for
receiving benefits, objective law enforcement managements, and extra precaution welfare checks of vulnerable peoples.