Lamentation Of Black Men

Lamentation Of Black Men

I have never heard where white men say: “Because we are white”, “They didn’t like us”, “They didn’t want us in the game”, “They are racists”, and other pity inducing words whenever they lost in a competition. Instead, they frowned at what they could have done that they didn’t do when they had the opportunity to do it. Irrespective of whatever ills that befell them, they smiled and said we are white and superior, they retreated and come back stronger. Other races, having seen how they waxed stronger after a brief hiatus, accepted that they were indeed white and superior.
You began to hear comments such as: “Because we are blacks”, “They didn’t like us”, “They didn’t want us in the game”, “They are racists” and many pity inducing words whenever black men lost in a competition. Black people should wake up and stop attributing their debacles and shortcomings to the confidence other races exude whenever they are pitched together. When black men suffer against their daring brothers, in this case, they had no white men to blame, they shout cessation. We want to go. Let us leave. We will be better off if we are alone. They will never look at why they are going through what they going through. We have to be logical and analytical. When things do not go well, we should look back and try to correct ourselves.



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