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Thursday, April 02, 2009

National Urban League endangers the state of Black America

When organizations call for change in order to assist certain groups in a nation, it is good, especially when there is a call for moral change.

However, when these organizations can only propose government as the great "messiah" or saviour, then they have definitely run out of creative ideas. Either that, or they are just too lazy to to come up with real solutions.

Star Parker had a look at the State of Black America report from the National Urban League (NUL) and shows concern, not just for Black America, but for the proposed solutions by organizations such as NUL:

"Shouldn't it embarrass black Americans that one the nation's largest and most prestigious civil rights organizations offers a long list of proposals to improve black life in our country, and every single proposal is a government program?

"Government funded jobs as the answer to unemployment, more government money in public schools, government health care, government business loans, government money for retirement accounts, government programs for counseling homebuyers, government worker training programs, government money for building construction, and on and on.

"There's not a single proposal that I could find in a several hundred-page report about improving black life that does not start with government. The civil rights movement once was about freedom and liberation. Now it's about government dependency. We should be ashamed."

Continue reading Star's article, "Gospel of dependence from National Urban League."

Watch Star Parker with Glenn Beck on Fox News discussing the "Road to Socialism."

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