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Blacks living in Ghettos around America will tell you the only reason they live there is because of White Racism. A Myth can be a difficult illusion to destroy in society. Black Americans, those born in America, will usually identify Racism as the cause for Ghetto Living. A myth that is difficult to smash because to eradicate a myth one needs to show success. The African American Community does not possess a powerful base of achievement in America. As a group, they lack the ability to interact with many different ethnic groups in America. The Ghetto does not espouse an unyielding determination to be successful. Is there a successful Black group in America? An undeniably prosperous Black Group in America would be the Nigerians.

Let’s look at the numbers. Today, 61 percent of Nigerian-Americans over the age of 25 hold a graduate degree. This is compared to 32 percent of the U.S.-born population, according to the Migration Policy Institute. In 2016, the American Community Survey found among Nigerian-American professionals, 45 percent work in education services, and many are professors at top universities. Nigerians enter the medical field in the U.S. at an increased rate. They are leaving their home country to work in American hospitals, where they can earn more and work in better facilities. A growing number of Nigerian-Americans are becoming entrepreneurs and CEOs, building tech companies in the U.S. to help people back home.

Nigerian Families came to America with the nuclear family intact, meaning Father, Mother, and children. Both parents exert pressure on their children to be successful. The family pooled resources and did not, in general, wind up on welfare. Family values stressed achievement. The model for the family by Nigerians is clearly contra to the typical Black American family in the USA. What we see with Nigerians is a set of high goals, that if achieved, will result in triumph. The fruitful accomplishments of the Nigerian family reflect on both the family and the children.

Stressing education by the government had a critical impact on Nigerians.

It was education that brought an early wave of Nigerians to the U.S. in the 1970s. After the war against Biafra separatists in the ’60s, the Nigerian government, sponsored scholarships for students to pursue higher education abroad. English-speaking Nigerian students excelled at universities in the U.S. and the U.K. They often found the opportunity to continue their education or to begin their professional careers in their host country. That emphasis on education has since filtered through to their children’s generation. Today, 61 percent of Nigerian-Americans over the age of 25 hold a graduate degree, compared to 32 percent for the U.S.-born population, according to the Migration Policy Institute. Among Nigerian-American professionals, 45 percent work in education services, the 2016 American Community Survey found, and many are professors at top universities. Nigerians are entering the medical field in the U.S. at an increased rate, leaving their home country to work in American hospitals, where they can earn more and work in better facilities. A growing number of Nigerian-Americans are becoming entrepreneurs and CEOs, building tech companies in the U.S. to help people back home.

It should be pretty obvious Nigerians understand that education, especially, higher education translates into economic success in America. The aforementioned recognition is lost on those in the African American Community. What you find in Ghettos around America are criminal empires, ruled by brutal thugs, who determine what happens on “their” turf. Children raised in a Ghetto environment do not customarily possess critical language, math, or science skills. Also, and more importantly, Ghetto children rarely have a sense of ethics and morals. “Word on The Street”, is what emanates throughout the Ghetto. It is atypical that a Ghetto child is imbued with high ethical and morals standards. Thus, when you start young with criminal intent, life will necessarily be difficult. It is commonplace to hear folks in the Ghetto proclaim, “The reason there are more African Americans locked up in prisons is the result of Racism.” The hardcore reality is more African Americans are locked away in prisons because they are criminals who got caught. Street-level crime is a risky venture. Ghettos do not espouse obtaining degrees from college. As a matter of fact, the more educated one is, the more likely they are to decry criminality.

The misinformation campaign of racism being the cause of African Americans not becoming successful in America is of delusional value. No question that racism sometimes is the preeminent reason for lack of success in the African American Community. However, the valid reasons for lack of success are essentially twofold:

  1. Exposure to criminality at an early age, thus thug culture rules.
  2. The abject failure of African Americans to acquire a) Standard American Language skills. b) Virtually, no exposure to basic math beyond adding and subtracting. c) Total disregard for acquiring skills associated with Scientific Analysis.

The Democratic Party and News Media protect the Ghetto Culture by refusing to expose the following:

  • Major street-level drug dealing, illegal gun sales, murder for hire, sex trafficking, violent home invasions, prostitution, and rampant robberies. One could add to the list but intelligent people grasp the pictorial.

Racism is not preventing African Americans from succeeding in America. A lack of a family structure, proper education, and surrendering to the ghetto culture is what’s preventing them from living a successful life.

Primo Veritas!


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