Think about it.
If this had happened, Black people would be living in Wakanda right now. Instead, their descendants like Don Lemon are still living here and suffering under the yoke of White oppression because of the systematic racism, white supremacy and Jim Eagle system that keeps them in chains in states like Georgia.
“One hundred years ago, the Mississippi state Senate voted to evict the state’s Black residents — the majority of its total population — not just out of Mississippi, but out of the country.
The Senate voted 25 to 9 on Feb. 20, 1922, to ask the federal government to trade some of the World War I debts owed by European countries for a piece of colonial Africa — any part would do — where the government would then ship Mississippi’s Black residents, creating “a final home for the American negro.”
The act is a reminder of just how long after the end of slavery some White Southerners were pushing not just to strip African Americans of their political rights but also to remove them from the land of their birth. …”
Isn’t creating a Black ethnostate evil and racist though?
Imagine waking one day in a country without chronic and interminable racial division, without being demonized, guilt tripped and punished for being White, without all the wonders of diversity, without having to look over your shoulder because of insensitive remarks, without our entire culture revolving around the axis of how Black people have been forever crippled by White racism.
Just imagine what it would be like to be done with it. It is finished. It is over. You never have to worry about being judged guilty of “racism” again. Black people moved to somewhere like Ghana or Liberia a century ago. Life would move on from sitting on the stool of eternal penance in front of stern faced Yankees and weeping Black people and toward things like colonizing Mars or exploring Proxima Centauri.