What’s happened to the black community for the past several decades? It’s entrenched with poverty, crime and welfare. These are several prime examples I’ll giving in this article.

1. Roe v. Wade and abortion on demand: What is in my humble the opinion the worst Supreme Court decision in US history (followed very closely by Dred Scott and Obamacare), abortions kill more individuals in the black community than anything else in the African-American community. Prior to Roe v. Wade, most illegal abortions were done on white women. After the SCOTUS said though that it’s a right to kill another human being so long as they’re not born yet, the figure totally reversed. Four in 10 black babies are aborted in the womb nationwide. Some places like NYC it’s 6 in 10. It’s mostly due to that wretch Margaret Sanger and Planned Parenthood with great help of Roe v. Wade that now the African-American community is finally fulfilling the dreams of Sanger and others in the eugenics movement of the early 20th century. The committing of racial suicide.

2. The War on Drugs: Were it not for Roe v. Wade, this would be ranked no. 1 on my list. It’s fitting that both of these were passed/enacted in the early 70s (the drug war in ’71 and Roe in ’73). The drug war essentially makes criminals out of those who otherwise wouldn’t be. A prime reason why the United States has the HIGHEST prison population in the world (surpassing even the People’s Republic of China) is the federal drug war. While many federal laws having to due with drugs go back a century (to Progressive God Woodrow Wilson), it was under Richard Nixon this abomination of a program really got its start. According to statistics while African-Americans make up 12-13% of the overall population, they make up an astounding 40% of the prison population and 70% overall are nonwhite even though drug use is relatively even with whites. Also another part of this equation is mandatory minimums which Sens. Rand Paul and Cory Booker have been pushing to pass reforms on in the Senate. The only real way to stop all this is to end the drug war once and for all.

3. The War on Poverty: Now in it’s 50th year (and ironically started under Nixon’s direct predecessor LBJ), has done just as if not more damage to the black community by keeping them in poverty and on the government doe. Truthfully both the poverty and drug wars have had equal impact, I just put the drug war first because it’s more obvious. But the war on poverty is still culpable in driving the black community into the hands of the statist planation of the federal government and particularly the Democratic Party (which is also the party of the KKK and Jim Crow). Ever since its inception, poverty has only gotten worse or flatlined in the black community and really hasn’t done anything helpful for anybody. Welfare Reform in the 90s did improve things, but that was only for one program and that has since been gutted by this totalitarian administration.

4. The Minimum Wage: This is culpable for keeping many black teens in urban areas from getting employment opportunities which they would otherwise have without the minimum wage. And raising it to this administration’s proposed 10.10 an hour only would make things worse. For as much as the left and the Democrat Party champions the minimum wage, it was ironically incepted on the concept of filtering out society’s “unwanteds”. It was first proposed by a professor who was a figure in the Woodrow Wilson administration (the Progressive God of the modern left). My proposal is that the federal minimum wage is entirely eliminated and allow states to make their own decisions on the matter. CA can have 12 dollars an hour while suffering the consequences and Texas can have no minimum wage. If you want more on the minimum wage, I suggest you go to YouTube and listen to clips from Peter Schiff’s old daily show.

What do you think? Is there anything I missed? Let me know in the comments section below. Have a great day!