Sure you don't understand, I can see that.
"....and who is it that is determining wether or not reparations is paid...?"
I already determined that reparations should be paid. It is up to others to reach their own conclusion on this.
"JUSTICE...and we are waiting on the "white man"...for reparations...to allow the black movement to move...Justice...?"
What gave you the idea that black movements are waiting on the "white man" to do anything so they can move? What in my comments gave that impression?
Speaking for myself and the various Black groups that I support, we have already concluded much about who owes what, and that does not stop us from doing our own thing.
The theme of the thread is "Whites and Repatriation", and I hope some are not confusing Repatriation with Reparations. However, before some of these points can make sense to many, maybe they should read the article below written by a White person.
So often 'the race problem' is seen as black people's fault. But they didn't create racism – and they certainly don't benefit from it. Chris Brazier argues that white people should now accept that they are the problem.
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