Ganim: Trump As Immoral A President We Have Seen In This Country

Shortly after Donald Trump’s presidential election, Mayor Joe Ganim declared “Give him a chance to take a deep breath and, I hope, come out with reassurances that the extreme part of his campaign was left behind. My sense is, you’ve got a good man there”. Joe has changed his tune for the gubernatorial campaign trail, calling Trump “as immoral a President as we have seen in this country.” Time for a Trump tweet rejoinder.

In the first year of Trump’s presidency, Ganim was reticent to criticize Trump with whom he had a friendly relationship going back to the 1990s when Trump sniffed around the city for development opportunities. Ganim even balked at declaring Bridgeport a sanctuary city, using the term “welcoming” city.

In recent days, as Ganim positions policies to reach Democratic primary voters for his gubernatorial run, the rhetoric has been turned up declaring the Trump administration policy separating immigrant children from their parents “cruel and immoral.”

“Donald Trump is as immoral a President as we have seen in this country,” Ganim declares in a Tuesday morning statement. “H’’s using innocent young children as pawns to show he’s tough on immigration and force Congress to pass funding for his border wall. The pictures and sounds of these separated children crying for their parents is heart wrenching. His cruel policy to separate innocent children from their parents is shameful and the moral issue of our time.”

Ganim also pressed Republican candidates for governor to state positions on Trump’s policy.

“As the moral issue of our time, those running for public office, including the Republican gubernatorial candidates, should declare whether they support or oppose the Trump Administration policy of separating innocent children from their parents,” Ganim added. No candidate should get a pass on this. The voters deserve to know where every candidate stands.”

Ganim’s in full campaign mode, as his underdog battle against Democratic-endorsed Ned Lamont presses on.

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  1. This goes to show you how out of touch Mayor Ganim is to the plight of Black and Brown people when it takes the separation of children from their parents for him to see the immorality of 45. He couldn’t see his immortality when he talked about grabbing women by the crotch, he couldn’t see it when he refused to rent to black’s in NYC nor could he see it when called Haiti and other Black countries shit hole countries.

    Black folks we deserve better than this pimp they call Joe Ganim. He doesn’t give a damn about us as a people except when he needs us as a vote. Mayor Ganim would have never spoken out against the fool 45 if he wasn’t running for governor. Please Black folks don’t be fooled by this new Mayor Ganim because this mayor isn’t anything like the mayor that served the community the first time. This Mayor Ganim has a broken moral compass just like his boy 45.

    1. And when 45 placed a full page ad in the New York Times calling for the death pently in 1989 and 45 has NEVER apologize after all five of these black teenagers were exonerated by DNA in the rape assault of a jogger in New York’s Central Park. The five settled their lawsuit against the city for $41 million in 2014 and 45 has still not apologize.

  2. Mayor Ganim is a narcissist, a pathological liar and a sociopath.

    His words are just that, words. He will look you directly in your eye and tell you whatever lie he needs to tell to gain your support. He feels no compunction or remorse.

    Don’t listen to what a politician says. Watch what they do.

    1. The following is a statement issued by President Trump on the administration’s decision to wind down the Obama-era DACA program:
      As President, my highest duty is to defend the American people and the Constitution of the United States of America. At the same time, I do not favor punishing children, most of whom are now adults, for the actions of their parents. But we must also recognize that we are nation of opportunity because we are a nation of laws.
      The legislative branch, not the executive branch, writes these laws – this is the bedrock of our Constitutional system, which I took a solemn oath to preserve, protect, and defend.
      In June of 2012, President Obama bypassed Congress to give work permits, social security numbers, and federal benefits to approximately 800,000 illegal immigrants currently between the ages of 15 and 36. The typical recipients of this executive amnesty, known as DACA, are in their twenties. Legislation offering these same benefits had been introduced in Congress on numerous occasions and rejected each time.
      In referencing the idea of creating new immigration rules unilaterally, President Obama admitted that “I can’t just do these things by myself” – and yet that is exactly what he did, making an end-run around Congress and violating the core tenets that sustain our Republic.
      Officials from 10 States are suing over the program, requiring my Administration to make a decision regarding its legality. The Attorney General of the United States, the Attorneys General of many states, and virtually all other top legal experts have advised that the program is unlawful and unconstitutional and cannot be successfully defended in court.
      There can be no path to principled immigration reform if the executive branch is able to rewrite or nullify federal laws at will.
      The temporary implementation of DACA by the Obama Administration, after Congress repeatedly rejected this amnesty-first approach, also helped spur a humanitarian crisis – the massive surge of unaccompanied minors from Central America including, in some cases, young people who would become members of violent gangs throughout our country, such as MS-13.
      Only by the reliable enforcement of immigration law can we produce safe communities, a robust middle class, and economic fairness for all Americans.
      Therefore, in the best interests of our country, and in keeping with the obligations of my office, the Department of Homeland Security will begin an orderly transition and wind-down of DACA, one that provides minimum disruption. While new applications for work permits will not be accepted, all existing work permits will be honored until their date of expiration up to two full years from today. Furthermore, applications already in the pipeline will be processed, as will renewal applications for those facing near-term expiration. This is a gradual process, not a sudden phase out. Permits will not begin to expire for another six months, and will remain active for up to 24 months. Thus, in effect, I am not going to just cut DACA off, but rather provide a window of opportunity for Congress to finally act.
      Our enforcement priorities remain unchanged. We are focused on criminals, security threats, recent border-crossers, visa overstays, and repeat violators. I have advised the Department of Homeland Security that DACA recipients are not enforcement priorities unless they are criminals, are involved in criminal activity, or are members of a gang.
      The decades-long failure of Washington, D.C. to enforce federal immigration law has had both predictable and tragic consequences: lower wages and higher unemployment for American workers, substantial burdens on local schools and hospitals, the illicit entry of dangerous drugs and criminal cartels, and many billions of dollars a year in costs paid for by U.S. taxpayers. Yet few in Washington expressed any compassion for the millions of Americans victimized by this unfair system. Before we ask what is fair to illegal immigrants, we must also ask what is fair to American families, students, taxpayers, and jobseekers.
      Congress now has the opportunity to advance responsible immigration reform that puts American jobs and American security first. We are facing the symptom of a larger problem, illegal immigration, along with the many other chronic immigration problems Washington has left unsolved. We must reform our green card system, which now favors low-skilled immigration and puts immense strain on U.S. taxpayers. We must base future immigration on merit – we want those coming into the country to be able to support themselves financially, to contribute to our economy, and to love our country and the values it stands for. Under a merit-based system, citizens will enjoy higher employment, rising wages, and a stronger middle class. Senators Tom Cotton and David Perdue have introduced the RAISE Act, which would establish this merit-based system and produce lasting gains for the American People.
      I look forward to working with Republicans and Democrats in Congress to finally address all of these issues in a manner that puts the hardworking citizens of our country first.
      As I’ve said before, we will resolve the DACA issue with heart and compassion – but through the lawful Democratic process – while at the same time ensuring that any immigration reform we adopt provides enduring benefits for the American citizens we were elected to serve. We must also have heart and compassion for unemployed, struggling, and forgotten Americans.
      Above all else, we must remember that young Americans have dreams too. Being in government means setting priorities. Our first and highest priority in advancing immigration reform must be to improve jobs, wages and security for American workers and their families.
      It is now time for Congress to act!

    2. 1100%. I have never voted party lines, although I am a registered Republican, I stand up for my rights and my beliefs. Weren’t Gamin’s family staunch Republicans? I know I’m right. Talk about Ganim switching teams for power….lets face it peeps, we are the REPUBLIC that the FEDERAL CONSTITUTION speaks of; lets do it…lets stand up for THE PEOPLE of the United States of America. My mother is from Italy, my father’s parents are from Germany, but they came her legally. I don’t ever want to hurt another human being, but the law is the law. If we falter, if we bend rules, we are no longer a united state nor a strong country. What other country allows illegals to flourish and take American jobs? We pay taxes to our government to enable our protection on various levels; please do not misconstrue what I say here. I love people, but I love my country more and I want a safe country for my children. Laws were made for a reason, if we start to bend the rules then lets just have a “free for all society” and watch how calamity will set in. Come on guys, I’m not being unrealistic, I’m being a realist. I have huge student loans for my children. Is it fair that illegals/immigrants get a free pass to education? Come on, lets stop the bullshit here and be honest. My father and uncles fought in the wars and my uncle received a Purple Heart from fighting on the Tuscaloosa….HONOR our military and out protectors of the United States Constitution. Stop this BS local voting just because they rub your back. Look at the BIG PICTURE. I can’t imagine ANY OF YOU ONLY IN BRIDGEPORTERS saying anything against what I said.

      1. Lisa Miro, please tell me about the laws of the land said the Blacks had no rights at all, the Blacks were counted three fifth of a white male only for property in taxing, or the laws that said Blacks could not vote or own property, drink water from a white drinking fountain, do I have to list more American laws?

        1. Really? You want to play mental chess with me? Ron, are you black? I’m so sorry that you harbor these ill
          feelings from histories past. My best friend is a Jewish woman who works with Hasidic Jews and you know what? She is loaded with wealth because of her hard work ethic. Yes, she is in America and appreciates all her opportunities as an immigrant. One of my best friends happens to be a black woman. and you know what, she is successful, too. I have friends that are Puerto Ricans, Italians, etc.; get a life and research your history about the immigrants of the United States of America.

          1. YOU are the reason for prejudice in America. Everyone I’ve worked with in the City of Bridgeport and beyond are intelligent and compassionate people. You need help. I don’t care if your black or white, orange or purple; we are Americans. Until you realize this, our country will be divided and your thinking will perpetuate the hate of races. We are one, cant you get it, Ron?

          2. Lisa, it’s good to know that you don’t know American history. Lisa, tell me about the hard work that slaves did in building America without pay and at the same time their children were taking from them and sold. Image 300 years of free labor plus the rape of black women, Lisa, what year did Blacks gain the same rights as whites? It’s called white privilege with protected skin coloring so it didn’t matter what country people came from the power was in the fact that they protected skin coloring so nobody knew if they were a Jew, Russia, Hungary, Poland, Czechoslovak, Germany, it didn’t matter because no one would know where they came from because they all were white. Really? You want to play mental chess with me?

    3. Ron, you are a riot. You have to be a plant to get this going…it’s not normal for one to take a stance such as yours…lol. Seriously, this is psychology and hhistory101. Seriously? I’m so sorry for finding it comical, no disrespect. It’s definitely a plant of Lennies…

        1. I’m proud of you, your almost there, bud. Follow through…you will get there and have an ephiphany. it’s wonderful, if you can grasp it and learn from it.

          1. Wait, Lennie, how much do you pay for commenters on this site? lol This is fun and can be challenging, which I love. Help me out, bud.

      1. Lisa,
        The American history you were taught failed to discuss the humans subject to slavery and how this land was neither fair nor equal in sharing the freedoms, the value of services rendered, the literacy taught and educations provided, etc. Stop while you are ahead. Ron has a good grasp of the historical context that failed to be taught to many. And he knows what it means to spend each day of his public life with a darker skin color than yours, with the prejudice, bigotry, and sentiments of ‘white supremacy’ that are alive in the land.
        This is no joke. Real Americans deserve to study their real history and that of their neighbors, seriously. And it is not about political parties that can change their stripes in a seeming instant but that priorities and principles are not supported by the actions of leaders. To see Ganim2 excited about separation of children and parents recalls the moments perhaps when he recognized that his own illegal actions were going to separate him from his own children for important years of their development. And his support of Lighthouse programs that benefit no more than 15% of Bridgeport’s youth annually, begs the question of what is done for the 85%. Finally, in his annual statements that accompany his operating budget he does not hold education as a priority, but if that is not maintained and funded, how do you grow another generation of citizens to carry on community responsibilities? Time will tell.

  3. Isn’t it interesting how Mayor Ganim is so moved by the plight of innocent children at the border, but shows no such concern for the 21,000 public school children in the very city he governs?

    Absolute hypocrisy.

  4. These are 2 of the lying bastards we have representing us. Blumenthal has done nothing for Connecticut but get his picture taken. I wonder who has more pictures Blumenthal or Chief Perez. Ganim is like an inoperable hemorrhoid. Two these 2 low life politicians I say Fuck You

  5. And the treachery and dishonesty continues with the Board of Education.

    We are supposed to vote on another $2,000,000 in cuts at our final regular meeting on Monday.

    Jessica Martinez held a Finance Committee last week where she, Dennis Bradley and Chris Taylor voted to push item 3-8 (Cuts) without one word of debate. All nine of us attended, however John Weldon, Sybll Allen, etc., showed up without a singly piece of paper. Not even the agenda.

    I received a call on Sunday that John Weldon and four members of their coalition were meeting, in violation of the Freedom of Information Act, to address and reverse three items because Dennis Bradley was concerned these three items would hurt him on the campaign trail.

    We just received a special meeting notice from John Weldon that the final vote of the 2018/2019 Budget Gap will be held in City Hall at 45 Lyon Terrace in Room 305, not at our final regular meeting scheduled for Monday at Aquaculture School. No public comment is allowed at special meetings which means no member of the public can weigh in on the $2,000,000 in proposed cuts.

    This is absolutely dishonest, non-transparent and unethical behavior.

    Our 21,000 public school students and 3,000 dedicated staff members deserve much better than this.

    I urge everyone who can to attend this special meeting as follows:

    City Hall
    45 Lyon Terrace
    Room 305
    7:00 PM

  6. Using 45 as a reference point for morality is an interesting choice certainly by Ganim2. And waiting for the separation of mothers and children rather than earlier when equally foul moral positions became wholly visible as the Donald kept talking (twittering) and lying.
    But Joe shows no favoritism to school age kids. As a matter of fact when he was at a recent reception at Testo’s for mentors and mentees of SVA in Bridgeport, one of the older youths commented that just by looking at Ganim2, you knew he wished he could be elsewhere. Perhaps that is because he knows how much he has slighted the BOE since his return by inattention and fiscal consideration. What would Joe bring to the Governor’s role that is unique and valuable? Time will tell.

  7. Bridgeport is a “welcoming city” not a sanctuary city; I think.
    Joe Ganim is opposed to Trump policy of separating children from their families unless they are in a sanctuary city then he is in favor of it.
    Joe will say and do one thing today and something totally different tomorrow if it will get him two votes.
    Sound familiar Mr Trump and Mr Ganim.
    Peas in a pod…

    1. Joe did that to gain votes; he intentionally phrased BPT. as a welcoming city instead of a sanctuary city. TThis is so funny to me…really? It’s sad that people can be bamboozled by the Ganim administration….wait a minute, I was a victim!

      1. Oh gosh, let me elaborate: I was told Joe Ganim told his crew to be nice to me because I could get him Gene O’Neill’s vote for proxy and then some. Sad story is, I asked Joie to give Gene O’Neill a key to the City for all his devotion and hard work from Ganim’s first term. Do you all know that GANIM NEVER DID, after saying he would. Jay Piccirillo and I were to make it happen. After numerous calls and requests, it never did. My dear friend, loyal friend of many Bridgeport people, sits in a facility, never acknowledged by his boss. I have no respect, how can any of us that know Gene O’Neill?

  8. *** I like Sen. Richie B. and in that type of political job you must stay relevant, either on the radio, T.V or at town or city gathering’s. Also, he has done plenty for Ct. in the past and present, aswell as for the VETS. A man that does not need the money he gets as a Senator cause he comes from a money family as does his wife! I voted for him & will again should he run! Besizes Richie B. is not the issue, its “Trump”, his admin. and all his cult followers that are supporting this child concentration camps with the gut-less R’s sitting on their ass, pointing the finger @ the Democrats, when this active “Trump” policy could end with just a phone call! But Trump & his supporters aswell as the career GOP politicians that fear him and losing their seats will stay quiet & blame the DEMS in an effort to bargain for the money needed for the southern wall. Not in installments but the whole amount that their con-man “Caesar” wants. “THIS IS WHO THE TRUMPETTS ARE SUPPORTING; THE DESPICABLE ROMAN EMPEROR “NERO” OF 2018; “DANGEROUS DONALD TRUMP”. ***SHAME,SHAME,SHAME,SHAME***

  9. Democrats are so fortunate to have Joe Ganim as their moral compass. We even have Senator Blumenthal incorporating this position into his ‘resistance’ duties. I wonder if this interfered with his attendance to an opening of a fire hydrant.

  10. Where are the white Evangelical churches, where are all of those pro-life ministers who are fighting for the life of all unborn babies? These white Evangelicals don’t believe in saving the life of brown babies who are already born and who are fleeing for their life from the killing, violence, rape and murder in the countries they are fleeing. This is a moral issue, not a issue of law, remember America had many laws to deny Blacks voting rights, housing rights and women were deny the right to vote. Those were the legal laws in America but they were also immoral laws. Martin Luther King Jr. lead a civil rights movement against those immoral laws by marching and getting arrested, beaten and thrown into jail. Many white religious ministers march with MLK and marchers against these immoral laws and the whole world got to view on TV the violence of the police beating and arresting young children marching for their right just to register to vote and they saw the police dogs and fire hoses turned on those protesters. That was in the 1960’s and now here we are 2018 and 45 is bringing America back to the good old days of America. The whole world is watching 45, the whole world.

  11. Lisa got seem to think you know something about Ron Mackey because he posts on OIB. You say,” One of my best friends happens to be a black woman and you know what, she is successful.” Why would insinuate or intimate that Ron isn’t successful because he brings an afrocentric perspective to posts on OIB and further does knowing another Black person preclude you from being bigoted or ignorant.

    Your opinions are clearly biased whether you know another Black or not. Bias is a shortcut your brain makes so it doesn’t need to evaluate every situation from scratch. It quietly develops in the background of your thoughts, using everything you’ve experienced in your entire life to build a predictive model of your universe and of your white privilege. Trust and believe me bigoted one, you can’t teach Ron Mackey anything about history.

    Finally you say Ron needs a life and research your history about the immigrants of the United States of America. What Ron does know is that Black people were never immigrants and he doesn’t need to research history to know that. How about you?

      1. im·mi·grant
        ˈiməɡrənt/
        noun
        plural noun: immigrants
        a person who comes to live permanently in a foreign country.

        Gary, enslaved Africans came to the British colony of Jamestown, Virginia, in 1619. Slaves were force to come to America.

        Slavery was practiced throughout the American colonies in the 17th and 18th centuries, and African slaves helped build the new nation into an economic powerhouse through the production of lucrative crops such as tobacco and cotton. By the mid-19th century, America’s westward expansion and the abolition movement provoked a great debate over slavery that would tear the nation apart in the bloody Civil War. Though the Union victory freed the nation’s four million slaves, the legacy of slavery continued to influence American history, from the Reconstruction era to the civil rights movement that emerged a century after emancipation.

        1. Ron, start at the very beginning of this history. It all started with the dominant black tribes capturing Africans from other tribes and selling them in the slave trade.

          1. Slavery’s Roots: War and Economic Domination
            6800 B.C. The world’s first city-state emerges in Mesopotamia. Land ownership and the early stages of technology bring war—in which enemies are captured and forced to work: slavery.

            2575 B.C. Temple art celebrates the capture of slaves in battle. Egyptians capture slaves by sending special expeditions up the Nile River.
            550 B.C. The city-state of Athens uses as many as 30,000 slaves in its silver mines.

            120 A.D. Roman military campaigns capture slaves by the thousands. Some estimate the population of Rome is more than half slave.

            500 Anglo-Saxons enslave the native Britons after invading England.

            1000 Slavery is a normal practice in England’s rural, agricultural economy, as destitute workers place themselves and their families in a form of debt bondage to landowners.

            1380 In the aftermath of the Black Plague, Europe’s slave trade thrives in response to a labor shortage. Slaves pour in from all over the continent, the Middle East, and North Africa.

            1444 Portuguese traders bring the first large cargo of slaves from West Africa to Europe by sea—establishing the Atlantic slave trade.

            1526 Spanish explorers bring the first African slaves to settlements in what would become the United States. These first African-Americans stage the first known slave revolt in the Americas.

            1550 Slaves are depicted as objects of conspicuous consumption in much Renaissance art.

            1641 Massachusetts becomes the first British colony to legalize slavery.

            The Age of Abolition
            1781 Holy Roman Emperor Joseph II abolishes serfdom in the Austrian Habsburg dominions.

            1787 The Society for the Abolition of the Slave Trade is founded in Britain.

            1789 During the French Revolution, the National Assembly adopts the Declaration of the Rights of Man, one of the fundamental charters of human liberties. The first of 17 articles states: “Men are born and remain free and equal in rights.”

            1803 Denmark-Norway becomes the first country in Europe to ban the African slave trade, forbidding trading in slaves and ending the importation of slaves into Danish dominions.

            1807 The British Parliament makes it illegal for British ships to transport slaves and for British colonies to import them. U.S. President Thomas Jefferson signs into law the Act Prohibiting Importation of Slaves, forbidding the importation of African slaves into the United States.
            1811-1867 Operating off the Atlantic coast of Africa, the British Navy’s Anti-Slavery Squadron liberates 160,000 slaves.

            1813 Sweden, a nation that never authorized slave traffic, consents to ban the African slave trade.
            1814 The king of the Netherlands officially terminates Dutch participation in the African slave trade. At the Congress of Vienna, the assembled powers proclaim that the slave trade should be abolished as soon as possible but do not stipulate an actual effective date for abolition.
            1820 The government of Spain abolishes the slave trade south of the Equator—but it continues in Cuba until 1888.

            1833 The Factory Act in Britain establishes a working day in textile manufacture, provides for government inspection of working conditions, bans the employment of children under age 9, and limits the workday of children between 13 and 18 years of age to 12 hours.

            1834 The Abolition Act abolishes slavery throughout the British Empire, including British colonies in North America. The bill emancipates slaves in all British colonies and appropriates nearly $100 million in today’s money to compensate slave owners for their losses.

            1840 The new British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society calls the first World Anti-Slavery Convention in London to mobilize reformers and assist post-emancipation efforts throughout the world. A group of U.S. abolitionists attends, but Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Lucretia Mott, as well as several male supporters, leave the meeting in protest when women are excluded from seating on the convention floor.

            1845 The British Navy assigns 36 ships to its Anti-Slavery Squadron, making it one of the largest fleets in the world.

            1848 The government of France abolishes slavery in all French colonies.

            1850 The government of Brazil ends the country’s participation in the slave trade and declares slave traffic to be a form of piracy.

            1861 Alexander II emancipates all Russian serfs, numbering about 50 million. His decree begins the Great Reform in Russia and earns him the title “Czar Liberator.”

            1863 President Abraham Lincoln issues The Emancipation Proclamation, freeing all U.S. slaves in states that had seceded from the Union, except for those in Confederate areas already controlled by the Union army.

            1863 The government of the Netherlands takes official action to abolish slavery in all Dutch colonies.

            1865 Congress gives final passage to, and a sufficient number of states ratify, the 13th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution to outlaw slavery. The amendment reads: “Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist within the United States, or any place subject to their jurisdiction.”
            1888 The Lei Aurea, or Golden Law, ends slavery in South America when the legislature of Brazil frees the country’s 725,000 slaves.

            1865-1920 Following the American Civil War, hundreds of thousands of African Americans are re-enslaved in an abusive manipulation of the legal system called “peonage.” Across the Deep South, African-American men and women are falsely arrested and convicted of crimes, then “leased” to coal and iron mines, brick factories, plantations, and other dangerous workplaces. The system slows down after World War I but doesn’t fully end until the 1940s.

            Abolition Spreads Worldwide
            1909 The Congo Reform Association, founded in Britain, ends forced labor

  12. *** READING & “MAYBE UNDERSTANDING” PAST AMERICAN HISTORY,MAY HELP PEOPLE TO RECOGNIZE THE POSSIBILITY’S OF CERTAIN NEGATIVE PAST EVENTS FROM BEING DISGUISED FOR WHAT IT IS & ATTEMPTED TO BE REPEATED AGAIN IN THIS PRESENT TIME & ERA. HOWEVER, BLAMING PEOPLE IN GENERAL THAT ARE NOT BLACK OR HAVE NO BLACK BLOOD IN THEIR PAST & PRESENT FAMILY ROOTS FOR THE PLIGHT OF THE BLACK SLAVES IN AMERICAN HISTORY IS NOT ENTIRELY UNDERSTANDING & RECOGNIZING THE PLIGHT & OR INPUT OF OTHER ETHIC GROUPS NEW TO WHITE AMERICA! THE IRISH, CHINESE, NATIVE AMERICANS, MEXICANS, FRENCH, ITALIANS, ASIANS, HISPANICS, JEWS, CATHOLICS, MUSLIMS, ETC.. DEPENDING WHEN & WHERE DIFFERENT ETHIC GROUPS ARRIVED IN AMERICA & MOST IMPORTANT, IF AMERICA WAS FIGHTING A WAR, WOULD ACCOUNT ON THE AMOUNT & TYPE OF PREJUDICE ABUSE THEY MIGHT ENCOUNTER AS NEW IMMIGRANTS TO AMERICA. HOWEVER, IT IS FAIR TO SAY THAT THE LIGHTER YOUR SKIN COLOR & THE MORE CAUCASIAN TYPE LOOKING YOUR FACIAL FEATURES APPEARED, THE EASIER IT WAS TO PASS AS WHITE. AND REGARDLESS OF THE TIMES DIFFERENT ETHIC GROUPS CAME & FINALLY SETTLED IN TO THE NEW WORLD; BLACKS NEVER SEEMED TO SETTLE IN OR REALLY ALLOWED TO. THE EVIL PREJUDICE HATE & CONTINUED PUSH IN THE SOUTH TO USE BLACKS AS SLAVE LABOR & AS ANOTHER MAN’S PROPERTY & THE ATTEMPTS TO NOT ALLOW THEM TO GET AN EDUCATION, VOTE, ETC.. IS A MENTAL & PHySICAL SCAR THAT THEIR RELIGIOUS FAITH HAS HELPED THEM OVER THE YEARS DEAL WITH THE PAIN BUT CAN NEVER HEAL THE DARK EVIL MEMORIES PASSED FROM GENERATION TO GENERATION. SO WHEN PEOPLE IN GENERAL THAT HAVE NO REAL IDEA ABOUT THE 400+ YEARS OF EVIL MENTAL & PHYSICAL ABUSE, TRU SLAVERY THAT BLACKS HAVE ENDURED THROUGH-OUT TIME; & SAY “GET OVER IT, IT WAS A LONG TIME AGO”. MAYBE JUST MAYBE, THEY’LL UNDERSTAND LIKE THE JEWS UNDERSTAND, THAT WHEN SOMETHING THAT EVIL HAPPENS & LAST THAT LONG, ONE SHOULD NEVER FORGET! ***

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