President Tells of Concern for Sasha and Malia in Full Interview Addressing Anti-Police Protests

Francesca Chambers, Daily Mail, December 9, 2014

President Barack Obama got unusually personal during an interview about race relations that aired Monday night on BET.

The president spoke about his experiences as a young black man and opened up about concerns he has about the way his daughters, Sasha and Malia, and future grandsons could be treated in society because of their skin color.

‘I want my children to be seen as the individuals that they are, and I want them to be judged based on the content of their character and their behavior and their talents and their gifts,’ he told BET’s Jeff Johnson.

‘I don’t want them to be objects of fear simply because of misguided attitudes.’

Obama said that part of what makes the racial tension exploding in America ‘so heart breaking and frustrating for a lot of folks’ is ‘the recognition that simply by virtue of color, you’ve got less margin for error.’

That’s particularly true for black boys,’ Obama said.

‘Young men, teenage boys, sometimes they’re gonna do stupid stuff. That’s true whether they’re white, black, Hispanic, it doesn’t matter.’

The president said that ‘most of the time it’s harmless, sometimes it’s careless’ but then they grow up and become contributing members of society, though.

‘And so it’s not simply that we want to make sure that the perfect young man is treated OK. We also want a boy who is a boy, or a young man who is maybe a little confused, maybe makes some mistake, we want them to be given the same benefit of the doubt as any other man would or any other boy would be given,’ he continued.

‘I want my grandsons to be treated like anybody else’s grandsons. If they’re messing up, I think they should be corrected. They’ll first be corrected by me, or their mother or their father.

‘But I dont want them to be subjected to the kind of constant bias that makes them feel as if this is not their home. That they’re not safe in their own neighborhoods, or that they cannot trust the institutions that are put in place supposedly to serve and protect them,’ he stated.

Obama said he believes the video of a New York City policeman holding down Eric Garner and choking him ‘troubled’ Americans of all walks of life and helped them reach the conclusion that it’s time for a national discussion on racial profiling.

‘It used to be that folks would say, well maybe blacks are exaggerating, maybe some of these situations aren’t what they described,’ Obama told Johnson.

‘But we’ve now seen on television, for everybody to see, gives us an opportunity to finally have the kind of conversation that’s been a long time coming.’

The president said that ‘a country’s conscious sometimes has to be triggered by some inconvenience,’ and that’s what the Garner situation did for America.

‘I think a lot of people who saw the Eric Garner video are troubled, even if they haven’t had that same experience themselves’ are not minorities themselves, he said.

‘I think there are a lot of good, well-meaning people, I think there are a lot of police officers who might have looked at that and said, that is a tragedy what happened,’ and we’ve got to try to figure out how to bring this sort of violence to an end, Obama continued.

Furthermore, the peaceful protests that have followed that grand jury’s decision not to indict the police officer who killed Garner ‘reminds the society, this is not yet done.’

Obama said he believes that as long as protests are peaceful–as he and Johnson agreed the majority have been–they are ‘necessary.’

‘When they turn violent then they’re counter productive,’ he said.

Drawing on his past experience as a community organizer in Chicago, Illinois, Obama acknowledged that his administration feels an ‘enormous’ amount of responsibility for the state of race relations in America, ‘not just because as president you’re always responsible for what happens in this country, but because of my particular experiences that I bring to this office.’

The president said his meeting last week at the Oval Office with young civil rights activists, whom he described as primarily between the ages of 18 and 25, reminded him of his own youth.

The young people told him they had been ‘stopped for no reason’ or ‘generated suspicion’ for being in neighborhoods that ‘supposedly they didn’t belong.’

‘My mind went back to what it was like for me when I was 17, 18, 20, and as I told them, not only do I hear the pain and frustration of being subjected to that kind of constant suspicion, but part of the reason I got into politics, is to figure out how can I bridge some of those gaps of understanding so that the larger country understands this is not just a black problem or a brown problem, this is an American problem,’ Obama told Johnson.

The president hit back at his critics in the African-American community who feel that as someone who identifies as black, he’s not reacting with the appropriate amount of outrage to recent cases of police brutality.

‘Sometimes peoples’ concerns are not based on fact because if you look after what happened with Michael Brown and you look at what happened after Trayvon if you look at the decision after Eric Garner, I’m being pretty explicit about my concern,’ he said, ‘and being pretty explicit about the fact that this is a systemic problem that black folks, and Latinos and others, are not just making this up.’

‘I describe it in very personal terms,’ he continued.

The president observed that what some people in communities of color ‘are frustrated by is me not simply saying, this is what the outcome should have been.’

‘That I cannot do institutionally,’ he contended. ‘It is my Justice Department that is investigating these cases. And part of the rule of law is that I’m not putting my fingers, my thumb on the scale of justice.

Obama said it ‘could compromise investigations if it appeared that I was trying to steer it to a particular outcome.’

Even so, the president said at another point in his interview with Johnson that he believed that Attorney General Eric Holder was correct to launch an investigation into Garner’s death.

Still, it’s very important that investigations are being conducted at the state and local level properly because a ‘high bar’ exists for federal cases, he said.

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  • The President has no appreciation for his lofty station and genuine privilege.
    The constant weight of bias that 0bama feels is in reality is his own.

    • Mary

      In all matters, Obama is clearly first and foremost a black man. This hyper-identity envelops his every thought, word, and action. No one who is so clearly partisan has business serving in the office he holds.

      • That’s the critical issue, isn’t it. I don’t think about myself in racial terms every waking moment. I’m some middle-aged ex-con who likes fishing, reading, hiking, bicycling, and making stuff in my workshop. On the other hand, at the beginning and end of every day, Barack Hussein Obama is just black. What a completely shallow existence! Even when he was president of the Harvard Law Review, he didn’t publish anything; he was too busy being black, whatever he believes that entails.

        I wouldn’t trade places with him for a full pardon and a million dollars.

        • See The Future

          Every time he sees a white man he is jealous

          • Charles Martel

            That’s why he rented himself out to old white men in the Chicago bathhouses.

      • SentryattheGate

        He’s so busy trying to prove how black (and therefore, cool) he is, because deep down he knows he was raised by whites and his only black family, his father, left him at an early age (as they so often do)!

        • meanqueen

          And anyway, Obama Sr. was not his father. His mother was a slut who slept around with all kinds of black men and some other man is his father. Look at the photos of Obama Sr. – no way could that be his father. The other guy, and sorry I’m blanking on his name, is the spitting image of him.

        • Max

          Then too there is the haunting fact that even the book was authored by a white man. He knows that he is impotent in his most touted and fraudulent public aspect, his intellect.

      • MBlanc46

        And the irony is that he was elected because he projected a”post-racial” identity.

        • See The Future

          he lied

  • MekongDelta69

    Tomorrow night, our ‘fearless’ black mooz-lim Marxist dictator will be on White Entertainment Television.

    Oh wait… nvm… I was hallucinating for a moment…

  • ‘I want my children to be seen as the individuals that they are, and I
    want them to be judged based on the content of their character and their
    behavior and their talents and their gifts,’ he told BET’s Jeff
    Johnson.

    In reality, his daughters and his potential grandchildren will be treated better than they deserve simply because of who their father and grandfather is.

    Obama said that part of what makes the racial tension exploding in
    America ‘so heart breaking and frustrating for a lot of folks’ is ‘the
    recognition that simply by virtue of color, you’ve got less margin for
    error.’

    Ah yes, the old saw of how blacks have to work three times as hard as whites to get the same promotion and have six diplomas to get the same job that whites can get with only one diploma.

    ‘Young men, teenage boys, sometimes they’re gonna do stupid stuff.
    That’s true whether they’re white, black, Hispanic, it doesn’t matter.’

    ‘And so it’s not simply that we want to make sure that the perfect young
    man is treated OK. We also want a boy who is a boy, or a young man who
    is maybe a little confused, maybe makes some mistake, we want them to be
    given the same benefit of the doubt as any other man would or any other
    boy would be given,’ he continued.

    I find this ironic as the President of a political party that has Feminism Inc as one of its major constituent groups. This is the same President of the same White House who is pressuring colleges and universities to institute “rape culture” paranoia rules to drive out young white men from colleges.

    I did a little bit of stupid stuff at those ages. It’s just that nothing I ever did in that regard made anyone, cop or not, fear for their lives.

    Obama said he believes the video of a New York City policeman holding
    down Eric Garner and choking him ‘troubled’ Americans of all walks of
    life and helped them reach the conclusion that it’s time for a national
    discussion on racial profiling.

    I find that ironic, being as Obama is of the political party that has been waging an out and outright jihad against tobacco and cigarettes for most of the last generation.

    Drawing on his past experience as a community organizer in Chicago, Illinois

    We’re being community organized as we speak.

    The president said his meeting last week at the Oval Office with young
    civil rights activists, whom he described as primarily between the ages
    of 18 and 25, reminded him of his own youth.

    You mean the one where his mother dumped him off on her own upper middle class parents who sent him to Hawaii’s most prestigious prep school where he somehow graduated in spite of skipping school often and spending lots of time in the choom wagon?

    The young people told him they had been ‘stopped for no reason’ or
    ‘generated suspicion’ for being in neighborhoods that ‘supposedly they
    didn’t belong.’

    It happens to young white people, too. It even happens to older white people who happen to live in a bad neighborhood.

    My mind went back to what it was like for me when I was 17, 18, 20

    And all he could remember was a dusty cloud of marijuana smoke and fumes.

    • TruthBeTold

      It really doesn’t help that Obama and Holder keep making these comments at black venues (unless their goal is to stoke racial animosity then it does help their cause).

      • See The Future

        Their goal is to incite blacks to riot, rape and murder whites. To punish whites for all the injustice that blacks have had to endure for the past one hundred years. To put whites into subservience, to serve blacks.

    • Yancy Derringer

      “What it was like for me when I was 17, 18, 20.”

      <>

      • Growing up with grandma and grandpa in Hawaii must have been pretty harsh. Pardon me while I swallow the vomit I just hacked up into my mouth. Spicy food in the sinuses isn’t much fun.

        Life is tough all over; go cry me a river.

        • MBlanc46

          “Cry me a river.”

          This ought to be our standard retort to black whining and moaning.

          • Garboon syndicated columnist Leonard Pitts said that about the Knoxville Horror, so I use the phrase myself.

          • BlueSonicStreak

            Jesus. Seriously?

            White lives don’t matter.

          • Reynardine

            Leonard Pitts is black and naturally lacks anything resembling empathy. This, however, does not preclude him from winning a Pulitzer Prize, even though he’s a one-trick race-article pony.

            I remember seeing a video about Africans burning a man to death they thought was “homosexual.” You could hear them cackle as he ran around screaming. They match the old proclivity of the American Indian for a love of torture.

          • MBlanc46

            That’s why I recommend that we adopt it as our own.

    • Charles Martel

      At one point it was part of my job to fix the mistakes of black workers. I actually wouldn’t want them to work 3 times as hard because it took over 1/2 hour per black per day to fix on top of my work.

  • Yves Vannes

    Hopefully, when his term is finished, he’ll move back to Hawaii. At that point we can return it back to the Kanakas.

    • See The Future

      Jail seems more appropriate

  • TruthBeTold

    This guy is going all-out to stoke racial animosity.

    • See The Future

      He is doing a great job, hopefully he can even improve his performance.

  • Luca

    ‘Young men, teenage boys, sometimes they’re gonna do stupid stuff.
    That’s true whether they’re white, black, Hispanic, it doesn’t matter.’ Obama

    Okay Mr. President, that statement by itself is credible. Now let’s talk about the percentages of “stupid stuff” done by White, black and Hispanic boys. I would consider that to be part of that “honest discussion about race”.

    • Heiny Hidmeid

      Why is that when ever they have something negative to say they always include “white” people? They can talk all day about the poor negro living with negroes and never mention the “white” people forced to be around negroes.

    • WhiteVeinKratom

      Google: The Color of Crime

  • superlloyd

    ‘I want them to be judged based on the content of their character and their behavior and their talents and their gifts,’ says Obola in reference to his daughters but which transfers to young black men who he thinks have less margin for error because of their skin colour.

    Unfortunately, for this anti-white idiot who has fomented unjustified black insurrection and criminality, they are judged on all these criteria and have been found sadly lacking in all departments for over 50 years. There is no more slack to be cut for the negro: They have already hung themselves.

  • Easyrhino

    What a 5 star load of caca.

    The biggest threat to Obama’s daughters is other blacks and their propensity for violence.

    • APaige

      The issue is not the color of their skin, but rather the behavior exhibited by many with that color of skin. It is subtle, but a huge difference. If it was just skin color then that would make Whites and others look foolish, but if the judgment is based on behavior it makes Blacks look bad. The truth hurts.

    • none of your business

      Remember another light skinned black leader malcolm X. His grandson burnt Malcolm’s widow, his grandmother to death. Come to think of it, Malcolm was murdered by black assassins hired by Farrakan. Given the statistics about women beaten to death by their black husbands and lovers better hope his girls don’t marry black men or get involved with black men.

      • Reynardine

        I knew a fairly intelligent (on average smarter than other blacks) young black woman in college. She said she only dated white men. That’s gotta be the smartest black I’ve ever known.

        • BlueSonicStreak

          Most of the sharper ones date exclusively white or Asian.

          …Which doesn’t mean that we’re not still just status symbols and trophies to them; proving to themselves that they’re a “good” one because white (or Asian) people want them.

          (I’m sure our status as the world’s trophies helps explain why so many black men – not necessarily the smarter ones – kill white women they date/are married to. Many times, it seems to be precipitated by a divorce, dumping or separation of some kind. They react with rage at their prized trophy being taken from them.)

          • Reynardine

            You hit the nail on the head. I once read an interview with the friend of a white woman who was murdered by a black beast in a typically grotesque and torturous fashion. He was infinitely possessive of his ‘light’ as he called her: “If I can’t have her, no one can.”

        • Who Me?

          She knows black men are 3 times more likely to beat and/or kill her than a white man. On the other hand, she is creating a mullato child (who will self-identify as black) or two with that white man when he would have been better off creating White children with a White woman. In essence, she has stolen White seed.

  • Doomispixulated

    I hope they are both dykes and bare no grandchildren for this POS from Kenya. Better yet it would be pretty damn funny if they went in the Chas Bono direction.

    • Who Me?

      The older one has a great start on a nice, bushy mustache. (I know, I know, I’m stooping to criticizing the children…but it’s true.)

      • none of your business

        I think she’s pretty. She has that long face of her White Grandmother.

  • Conrad

    “…treated in society because of their skin color.”

  • Bon, From the Land of Babble

    “I don’t want them to be objects of fear simply because of misguided attitudes.”

    … live lives of decadence and extreme privilege, take million dollar vacations, attend a $37,000/year exclusive private school followed by an elite Ivy League colleges then be hired for $300,000/year no-show jobs.

    Yes, poor Sharia and Malaria suffering from White oppression and racism!

    They will get a free pass wherever they go.

    Obama acts as if we give a ****.

    • “Sharia” and “Malaria”? Nice names for them! Have you been taking lessons at that from Norman? I thought my mother’s dad had died of a heart attack in 1990.

      • Bon, From the Land of Babble

        I believe in redress and punishment for any anti-White who seeks to destroy our White homeland, our White traditions, heritage and culture, and I’ll take it whenever it comes.

        • Uncle Bob

          Also, we need to mention the stress put on us who do not have a single ancestor who was ever involved with any black, their troubles, slavery, slave owners, or the slave trade, which is most of us. Why should we have to continually hear their whining?

          They really need a White Appreciation Month and be reminded of who created their electronics, cars, fancy shoes, guns, and the opportunity for a few to make idiotic money in the entertainment or sports industries.

          • meanqueen

            Well, I have to admit, my great great grandfather did own a couple of slaves. But I still don’t think I should have to hear their whining.

    • none of your business

      Mal is the root for evil in most latin languages. Malia, evil one.

  • A Freespeechzone

    ‘Sometimes peoples’ concerns are not based on fact because if you look after what happened with Michael Brown and you look at what happened after Trayvon if you look at the decision after Eric Garner, I’m being pretty explicit about my concern,’ he said, ‘and being pretty explicit about the fact that this is a systemic problem that black folks, and Latinos and others, are not just making this up.’

    Obama prefers opinions, lies and mob rule over FACTS and supports the ignorant, racist ‘protesters’.

    This is the person that White people elected twice….

    • none of your business

      Maybe we deserve to die because we elected him.

      • Reynardine

        Stupid whites do deserve to be purged. Perhaps this is Ragnarok for the white race?

  • Yancy Derringer

    ‘It used to be that folks would say, well maybe blacks are exaggerating, maybe some of these situations aren’t what they described,’ Obama told Johnson.

    ‘But we’ve now seen on television, for everybody to see, gives us an opportunity to finally have the kind of conversation that’s been a long time coming.’

    Not so fast, Mister President. You failed to mention that the cops in the Garner video were directed by a black female sergeant. There is no evidence that race had a thing to do with this. Once again you’re being disingenuous about race. You know this is a cherry-picked incident, seized upon to try to convince viewers that police treat blacks unfairly. There are plenty of examples of white men dying in the course of struggling to avoid arrest, and there’s video to prove it. But of course you, Holder, and your sympathetic media aren’t interested in the whole truth.

    • See The Future

      really!!……….a black female supervisor

  • ricpic

    Obama: what a total subversive. Always appealing to resentment. Always plotting revenge.

  • Just who does this idiot think he is kidding? The Oogabooga girls will receive full-time Secret Service protection for the rest of their lives, and probably only the immediate British Royal Family has better. This will all be paid for by people like us, until my own daughter is well into retirement. He’s not “worried”; worrying is for us DLPitS: “dirty little people in the street.” President Oogabooga is not alone however; Mr. Christian does not have to worry about his daughter’s safety anymore, either.

    • none of your business

      Only till President’s leave office or after leaving office until their 16th birthdays. By the time they are 25 all the affirmative action jobs will be given to hispanic, indians and asians so they will not be as successful as their parents who were born at the right time to take advantage of affirmative action.

  • Earl P. Holt III

    PANTS UP — DON’T LOOT !

  • Ron Cheaters

    ‘It used to be that folks would say, well maybe blacks are exaggerating,
    maybe some of these situations aren’t what they described,’

    In the Trayvon & Michael Brown cases blacks WERE exaggerating and the situations weren’t what they described.

  • LHathaway

    What the heck is an ‘object of fear’? Her two kids are an object of fear. . . I could spend an hour or two trying to figure that one out.

    • meanqueen

      I know! I was thinking the same thing. But I hope you won’t (waste and hour or two). They are so not worth it.

      • LHathaway

        Wait. . I get it. He’s upset because some fear his daughters. So, If you’re white and afraid, you must never talk about it – lest your bigotry or ignorance be exposed. It is not only not a problem if you’re white and live in fear but you should be berated for being afraid. This talking-to is the only conversation allowed. If memory serves me correct. . . if you’re a black girl and live in fear, the nation, no, the whole world rallies around making sure this child never need live in fear again, and the nation will be ashamed for all eternity forever after – even when the president himself admits that it is whites who live in fear. .

  • MBlanc46

    Anyone who has ever lived near black males knows that fear of them is not misguided.

  • Who Me?

    “We also want a boy who is a boy, or a young man who is maybe a little confused, maybe makes some mistake,”
    —————————————
    Yeah white boys make a mistake, they TP the neighbor’s trees on Halloween or something. Black boys make a mistake, they play the knockout game and leave somebody dead.
    Yep, it’s all just the same, so naturally Obama has to worry about his teenage DAUGHTERS.

  • Jeff Traube

    Yeah, just like you evaluated Michael Brown on the content of his character ? What about the smaller margin of error white folks have in colored areas ?

    • Yancy Derringer

      Yeah. Blacks complain about being pulled over in white neighborhoods for “Driving While Black.”

      Whites complain about being pulled OUT of their cars in black neighborhoods and getting “Beaten or Killed While White.”

  • willbest

    It not “non whites” its anybody that doesn’t adhere to social norms. Police have killed and beaten plenty of deaf, mental ill, autistic/aspies, etc that either didn’t hear or didn’t comprehend the police officer.

  • KyraNelson

    Sasha & Malia as babymamas-I can just see it.

  • Paleoconn

    White kids make mistakes, sure. But they’re not the kind of mistakes that Gentle Giant and St. Skittles made. White kid mistakes usually involve learning from them, not getting killed during the mistake. Obama tries to make all kids similar. They are not. Only one group practices knockout game for example.

    • R L Buds

      In 2012 a black cop killed a white kid for making a mistake; he got effed up and ran in the street naked and the ‘groe felt afraid for his life so he shot the fool. But when you factor in white privilege and AA he is equal to MB and the other would be cop (or any white person) killers.

      Just turn your head sideways and everything lines up.

  • NothingMan00

    Feel sorry for whoever fathers those future grandsons for Barry. You’d have to be truly sick in the head to mate with his spawn.

    • Yancy Derringer

      Ah, be a gentleman.

  • Yancy Derringer

    Yeah, well this is the guy who claims his “roots” are in Selma, Alabama, “So don’t tell me I’m not coming home, when I come to Selma,” he told an audience of Selma blacks, pouring on his best folksy southern black accent. His connection to Selma, he contended, was that his parents once discussed Selma, or something like that. Seriously.

    • When Johnny Jablonsky throws the 975th touchdown of his pro career and breaks the record, ten years later, five million people will be saying they were at the game. Strange, because the stadium only holds 70,000 people.

      Likewise, if I’m to take people literally now, there must have been a billion people (many of whom weren’t even conceived yet) that marched from Selma to Montgomery.

  • JohnEngelman

    As long as blacks are characterized by stupidity, crime, and illegitimacy, people of all races are going to think that young black men they do not know are probably stupid, dangerous, and sexually irresponsible.

    By punishing the expression of anti black attitudes, powerful people can silence that expression. The attitudes will persist as long as blacks reinforce them.

  • libertarian1234

    “…….not only do I hear the pain and frustration of being subjected to that kind of constant suspicion, ”

    Which is brought about by the deplorable actions and attitudes of the black population as a whole, and it is their refusal to recognize that that creates a true stereotype of blacks as no more than terrorists, malcontents and trouble-makers. They labor under the delusion that if they can somehow keep anybody from talking about serious black pathologies that are rampant throughout the black population they can control the image of the black stereotype.

    They can’t and they haven’t.

    What the community organizer can’t fathom is that it isn’t racism that dictates the black image it is that they’re being judged on the content of their characters.

    “……but part of the reason I got into politics, is to figure out how can I bridge some of those gaps of understanding so that the larger country understands this is not just a black problem or a brown problem, this is an American problem,’ Obama told Johnson.”

    It is STRICTLY a black problem. And because they refuse to recognize it as such it will stay the same and very likely get even worse.

    It isn’t possible to “bridge” a gap with lies, pretensions and obfuscations, while the facts are ignored and are obvious to everyone but those so mentally programmed they’re in constant denial.

    That’s where the community organizer and all his black minions are right now. They want everyone to pretend it is everyone else but themselves that is responsible for their many failings.

  • Herman

    But this disgusting man Obama is careful to send his daughters to a white, private school.

    Kind of ironic.

  • Herman

    The funny part?
    Obama has succeeded in life because of his race.
    Not in spite of it.
    But he still plays the race card.
    He is shameless.

  • Da Troof

    Whites have less margin for error traveling through or living in any major American city.

  • R L Buds

    “The young people told him they had been ‘stopped for no reason’ or ‘generated suspicion’ for being in neighborhoods that ‘supposedly they didn’t belong.’”

    They truly do have thin skin.

    I have been stopped for no reason by a cop who was trying to get “a case” on my brother; he held us for an hour until the store we were going to was closed. So what he is an a$$ I got on with my life and don’t consider it harassment; mainly because my brother did do what he thought he did and the cop know that i had nothing to do with it. I was madder at my brother over the matter.

    If they come into our ‘hoods we lock our doors and watch them, to see what they are up to.

    If we go into their ‘hoods they yell at us or run out to rob us, or just punch us in the face.

    See, we truly are all the same.

  • guest

    A liar? Maybe. But I don’t think he has enough reality anchor to be deemed a liar? His standard of realism is whatever will manipulate those he has in focus—what “sells”. “Reality” becomes whatever will “work”, here and now.
    A huge number of Whites (“Whites”?) voted for him to convince themselves they were thereby not “racists”. President Obama believes his own “con”. That’s far, far worse than being a liar.

  • Herman

    To guest
    Are you trying to say Obama is gay?

  • LHathaway

    So, if you’re a black girl and you live in fear, the nation, no, the whole world must rally ensuring she never live in fear again. If you’re white and afraid, you must never talk about it – lest your bigotry or ignorance be exposed (and punished). Suddenly is it not only not a problem if you’re white and live in fear, you should be berated for being afraid, your talking-to is the only conversation allowed.

  • Frank Pucillo

    You know that I read that your average black adult has the emotional maturity of a twelve year old. Notice that we have juvenile courts where we treat children who commit crimes different than we do adults.Could be because so many blacks are raised without fathers or both parents.But if so many blacks have below average IQs then we should reverse the meaning of IQ. IQ is calculated based on age.From what I have seen many blacks have the IQ of a twelve year old.

    • Nancy

      From teaching them, my experience has been that they mature physically faster than their white age-mates, emotionally mature at about the same rate as whites until adolescence (at which point they stall out), and mentally they lag behind from kindergarten on.

      A perfect example was watching the junior high basketball game last week (my daughter is a cheerleader, so I go to support her). I watched the negro boys run circles around their white teammates; they were like adult pro basketball players. They also picked fights with each other, talked trash, attempted to get the players on the opposite team to throw a punch or otherwise foul them.

      Back at the bus, I overheard them talking to each other (as a parent, I’m mostly invisible to them, so they’re pretty candid with their talk). The negro boys were loud, immature, and hyper-focused on sex and white girls. My daughter says that half of them are in resource classes (special ed). The few white boys on the team are friends with our family, and attend the same church. They’re like a different species.

      • Frank Pucillo

        Yes looks like the idea that if we only really got to know each other we would really get along.To tell the truth behavior is more nature then nurture.The real difference is how different species behave.Not what we look like.

  • IstvanIN

    Bill and Hill have a marriage of convenience as well.