I believe in white supremacy until blacks are educated to a point of responsibility?
What famous person said these words
- PeachLv 56 months ago
John Wayne said that. But you have to remember John Wayne was from a different era he was born over 110 years ago.
- DianaLv 76 months ago
It wasn't a fair statement, since the earlier black students were forced to attend inferior schools and use old books that were falling apart. In addition, they were severely limited in what jobs they could have and what neighborhoods that they could live in. Basically, during an earlier time period, their ability to get ahead was deliberately sabotaged every single step of the way.
- MarkLv 76 months ago
History has provn that folks who're from
Europ have been suprior in making & choosing
the laws of society so no debate ťhėrė âť .
- iammclaneLv 76 months ago
Yes...John Wayne (movie actor born in 1907) offered that opinion in 1971. A man who grew up in a different world, speaking in a different time. It is likely the home he was born in (in a town of 3000 souls in Iowa) had no electricity or indoor toilet, much less a telephone or radio. There were likely no automobiles in his town during his early childhood, and no paved roads. And quite likely there were no black families there, either. Even today, they account for only 0.2% of the town's population. His life informed his views - just like everybody else. The fact that he's famous doesn't imbue his words with greater content or importance than just that.
And yes, that was his view in 1971, when he was 64 years old.
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- Mx_latinx_folxLv 76 months ago
John Wayne said it
- 6 months ago
Some idiot said that.