Chris Rock tells white people to own the actions of their ancestors

We'll be happy to...

...as soon as he owns the actions of his fans.

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  1. I will be glad to own the actions of my ancestors. My mother's side of the family on both sides came from Germany in the 1880's [well after the end of slavery] and farmed in Kansas. My father came from China in 1926; 12 years old, alone, not speaking English, to a country where Chinese were literally not human beings under American law. He learned English, learned the restaurant business, when we became officially people under American law in 1943 he enlisted in the army of the country he was NOT born in at the age of 30 [awful old for an infantryman to start out] and became one of the first non-White squad leaders in the combat infantry and incidentally got his citizenship in Patton's Third Army.

    To be honest, I have a hard time listening to the whining of anyone born here after the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 complaining about how hard it was for them and how the system is rigged against them. They grew up speaking the language and having an opportunity for a free education. They made choices in their lives. They have freedom of choice. They do not have freedom from consequences.

    Subotai Bahadur

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  2. Oh, but don't you know? blacks are not responsible for their actions. it is you whities who are responsible for everything that blacks do that you consider is illegal, anti-social or just plain stupid!
    you just have to accept the justifiable retribution of murder assault, etc. at the hands of your betters!
    /sarcasm off.

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    1. You are being sarcastic, but some people actually believe that. Check this out:

      http://goldengeesenews.blogspot.com/2014/11/thinking-like-liberal-is-good-way-to.html

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  3. I will gladly own the actions of my ancestors, Irish, who came here due to the potato famine. Then I have some German, who escaped Germany after the fall of the Weimar Republic. Not a single slave was owned by any of them.

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    1. My family tree is very similar to yours.

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