One shouldn’t poke fun at the unfortunate, the circumstances of their misfortune unknown to you. However in the case of Atlanta’s coddled underclass, the misfortune is easily identifiable: a combination of reliance on Disingenuous White Liberal (DWL) handouts, Christian charity and federal/state reliance and a string of poor choices that this underclass will never, ever feel accountable for making.
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Earlier this year, 30,000 Black people lined up for the opportunity to sign up for Section 8 housing assistance (though the number of homes available was less than 700 over a 10 year time span). Now hundreds of Black people have lined up for federal assistance in paying their heat and power bills:
Despite the freezing temperatures, hundreds fought for a place in line in Marietta to apply for federal aid to help pay their heat and power bills this winter. Only 30 people were being let in at a time at the assistance center in Marietta.
“It was freezing,” applicant Linda Benefield told WSB-TV. “I was in line for three hours and 15 minutes, but I needed the help.”
Some needed even more help just to deal with the cold. Ambulances were cold in and took at least two people to the hospital because of the freezing temperatures.
“People just couldn’t stand the cold,” said applicant Deandre Marshall. “They were not letting people in fast enough.”
Marshall said people in line were crying, afraid they would not even get a chance to apply.
“I never thought I would be in the line,” Marshall said. “It’s almost like being in a soup line during the great depression.”
The money is offered through a network of agencies in Georgia.
All over Atlanta, Black people lined up for help receiving Federal assistance or non-profit charity to pay their bills or receive diapers. The altruism on display from private charities is heartwarming, but the alarming sense of entitlement apparent among the aid-seekers should shock even the most hardened DWL:
A day after hundreds of people queued up outside a Marietta community center to apply for assistance with heat and power bills, hopeful applicants began lining up again around midnight, waiting in the sub-freezing temperatures for the doors to open Thursday morning.
This time, however, officials let those in line come into the Mansour Center on Roswell Street an hour early at 7:30 and get relief from temperatures that dropped to 27 degrees.
“We’re freezing,” said Lecher Eady, a Marietta mother who arrived at midnight seeking help with her bills. “Our hands are cold, our feet are cold.”
In DeKalb County, Atlanta police were called to the Atlanta DeKalb Human Services Building on Warren Street Wednesday morning after “loud arguing” broke out among a large crowd gathered to apply for energy assistance, according to police dispatchers.
Lakesha Charles, who has been out of work for two years, was number 16 in the Marietta line Thursday, which, she said, is “better than number 100.”
The mother of six said she “heard it was ridiculous” on Wednesday, when only 30 people at a time were let into the assistance center.“Hopefully, we can get in and get help,” she said.
“I saw it on the news and decided to come up here because I really need the help,” Kamara said. “You’ve got to stand in line, because it’s not going to come to you.”
This is a sad situation. Black people face unemployment at a much higher rate then other racial groups (funny, Atlanta home builders relied on illegal alien laborers for the unprecedented home building that erupted throughout the suburbs as white people escaped further and further away from the inner-city and its Black-centric problems) and scant few opportunities appear on the horizon.
This mentality is highly prevalent among Black people.
The entire purpose of the agencies that grant aid to those in financial trouble is to make them “self-sufficient” though this is the opposite of what is transpiring:
“The Fulton Atlanta Community Action Authority (FACAA) supports the current Presidential Administration’s approach to accountability. We join him in executing a stimulus program that helps people to get back on their feet but more importantly that teaches people how to remain self-sufficient in troubled times.”
Not all Black people in the United States of America (or Atlanta) rely on public assistance, charity, entitlements or government programs to subsist, though an increasing majority of them do. The out-of-wedlock birthrate for Black people shows that in the near future the dwindling super power known as the USA is on an unavoidable collision course with the destruction of welfare state, as more and more Black people will become dependent on the altruism of others to live.
The country is disintegrating before our eyes. Again, no one is excited by seeing hordes of unemployable Black people line up for free housing assistance or aid for their power/heat bills. A continued decision to reject nature will only ensure that she returns with a frightening vengeance when the money runs out.
Perhaps this is why DWL and Stuff White People Like (SWPL) white people live in areas with near zero Black people, because they instinctively understand that the system cannot hold. Their money is best invested in helping from a considerable distance, instead of living among a population that will rebel once the assistance can no longer be provided.
It’s ending. Atlanta is not a safe place, nor is any major city with a population dependent on Christian groups for charity/food or Federal assistance for housing/gas/jobs/heat/etc. Criminality is synonymous with Black people in these cities and once the money runs out, civilization is instantaneously gone.
We are on a road to nowhere, and nowhere is approaching at a velocity that picks up daily. We take no pride in writing about Black people’s problems in Atlanta, but these problems are but a microcosm of the ills that plague every city in the country.
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Personal responsibility is not a problem for Black people, as the Federal government will always be there to provide assistance to the universally oppressed. That money (and white guilt) is running out.
What’s going on in your cities?