You Can’t Hide Your Lying Eyes: Conservatism Inc’s Refusal to Admit Detroit is 92 Percent Black

It’s hard to take Conservatism Inc. seriously. Over the past 60 years, conservatives trying to defend America have allowed the nation to be remade by Disingenuous White Liberals (DWL), crafting their defense on a proverbial Etch-a-Sketch.
Each time DWLs shake the foundations of culture, civility, social norms, etc. in America, Conservatism Inc. sees its Etch-a-Sketch defense of the nation modified – to support much of what DWLs have altered.
I became interested in Detroit, not because I’m from there, but because it was so obvious to me the reality of why The Arsenal of Democracy had failed: just like in Haiti (with the revolution of San Domingo), white people had been forced out by a black revolution – the black rebellion of 1967.
The city was remade in a black image, though no one, absolutely no one, within the rarified halls of Conservatism Inc. will dare mention that Detroit is more than a 90 percent black city today. Take Terence Jeffrey of CNSnews.com, who wrote this about Detroit [Obama’s America Will Become Detroit, 12-12-12]:
If America continues down the road to Obama’s America — a road that began when President Franklin Roosevelt started building a welfare state here — our entire nation will become Detroit.

Obama’s economic and moral vision has played out in that city. What he seeks has been achieved there.

Last week, as reported by the Detroit Free Press, Michigan’s state treasurer told Detroit’s mayor and city council that the state may soon appoint an emergency financial manager for the city. Under Michigan law, the paper said, only such a manager can initiate the steps leading to a bankruptcy filing for the city.

By current calculations, Detroit faces obligations over the next six months that exceed its revenues by $47 million. The city, the Free Press reported, now pays $1.08 in benefits to municipal workers and retirees for every $1.00 it pays in salary.

What happened to Detroit? It is achieving socialism in one city.

Traditional two-parent families and the productive taxpaying citizens they produce have fled. In 1950, according the U.S. Census Bureau, Detroit had 1,849,568 people and was the fifth-largest city in the nation. By 2000, its population had dropped to 951,270; by 2010, to 713,777; and by 2011, to 706,585.

What has happened to the people who remain? The Census Bureau estimates there are 563,055 people age 16 or older in the city who could potentially work and be part of the labor force. But only 54.3 percent of these — or 305,479 individuals — actually do participate in the labor force, meaning they either have a job or are looking for one.
Another 257,576 of Detroit residents age 16 or older — 45.7 percent of that demographic — do not participate in the labor force. They do not have a job, and they are not looking for one.

In fact, these 257,576 people in Detroit who do not have a job and are not looking for one outnumber the 224,846 residents who do have jobs. But of the 224,846 residents who do have jobs, 34,500 — or 15.3 percent — have jobs with the government. Thus, this city that boasted 1,849,568 residents in 1950 has only 190,346 private-sector workers today.

There are 264,209 households in Detroit, and 91,204 of them — or 34.5 percent — get food stamps.

Very few of the people who are staying out of the labor force in Detroit are staying out because they are stay-at-home moms with working husbands. Of the 264,209 households in Detroit, only 24,275 — or 9.2 percent — are married couple families with children under 18. Another 78,438 households — or 29.7 percent of the total — are “families” headed by women with no husband present. Of these, 43,742 have children under 18.

There were 12,103 babies born in Detroit in the 12 months prior to the Census Bureau survey, and 9,124 of them — or 75.4 percent — were born to unmarried women.

Of the 363,281 housing units in Detroit, 99,072 are vacant. Indeed, vacant houses have become a powerful visual symbol of what advancing socialism has done to the city. Traditional family life is nearing extinction in this once vibrant corner of America.

Obama said in Michigan that if the federal government does not take more money away from people who have earned it, the public schools may not be able to buy school books. But the Department of Education says that in the Detroit public schools — which have books — only 7 percent of the eight graders are grade-level proficient in reading and only 4 percent are grade-level proficient in math.

School books are not lacking here. Self-reliance, the spirit of individualism, and the Judeo-Christian values that support marriage and family are. They have been driven out by a government that wants the people to depend on it rather than on themselves, their families and their faith.

Do you notice anything… missing? Who is in control of political power in Detroit? Just what racial group is the majority of the population of Detroit?
Wouldn’t that information be vital in determining part of the reason – if not the most important reason – for the demise of Detroit in every measurable category for the quality of life in the city?
Not once does Terence Jeffrey dare mention the racial narrative behind the nightmarish conditions found in Detroit. Not once does he dare point out that Detroit is a 92 percent black city.
Doing so would – logically – cause people to pause, for a brief second, a look at the conditions of other majority black cities and allow the most evil thought to slowly enter their minds: are black people incapable of sustaining a civilization they inherited via white flight? If so, are the policies all of America is forced to live under, misguided?
Of course, in Escape from Detroit, I do my best in describing why the Motor City died, and why it has now become fodder for Matthew Drudge of the Drudge Report in driving hits to “conservative” Websites that poke fun at a dying metropolis without ever daring to mention that it is a dying black metropolis.
Almost 92 percent of the city is black; more than 96 percent of the students in the Detroit Public System (DPS) are black.

Maybe it was Sean Penn who put it best, comparing life in Port-au-Prince, Haiti to the conditions found in Detroit [Sean Penn: Port-au-Prince, Haiti, is like Detroit, Bay News 9, 12-12-12]:

As the three-year mark approaches of the devastating earthquake in Haiti that killed, injured and displaced hundreds of thousands of people, actor- activist Sean Penn describes life in the country’s capital city.
In the January issue of Esquire magazine, Penn compares Port-au-Prince to Detroit, saying, “It’s not more dangerous, it’s not less dangerous.”
Penn founded a relief organization in response to the 2010 earthquake in Haiti. He still spends about half his time there.
The two-time Oscar winner says a child with a fever in the U.S. gets medicine, a cold bath, or a trip to the emergency room. In Haiti, he says, parents wait “to see if he’s going to die or not.”
Black people in Haiti are responsible for the conditions they have created in Haiti, just as black people in Detroit (92 percent black city, with a complete black monopoly on executive power, government jobs, the city council, the courts, and the school board) are responsible for the conditions they have created in Detroit.
This is a revolutionary thought, I know.
For it is the equivalent of taking C4 to the idea of equality and the “all men are created” nonsense that Conservatism Inc. so desperately clings too; but if people don’t start to take this rational, logical conclusion into consideration, then DWLs and black people will continue to use C4 in destroying all that the western world – western man – has created.
Detroit, as NPR noted, is driving to its own debt cliff. That the road was paved by black people, maintained by black people, and that the car is driven by black people (with only black passengers) is a fact we must assiduously avoid.
If Conservatism Inc. punts on addressing the reality of 92 percent black Detroit’s (on the black people in the city themselves) collapse for future generations to address, we will see more and more cities fall to the same Black Undertow that overwhelmed the Motor City. 
Though those contrarian voices whom dare point out the reality of Detroit’s demise will be ignored (and castigated) by Conservatism Inc., it doesn’t change the fact we are right.
Detroit’s death, like Haiti’s death, is all due to black rebellion and then the institution of black rule in both places.
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