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If You Cant Be Better Than an N-Word, Then Who Can You Be Better Than?: The Perpetuation of White Supremacy in Apartheid America

Thomas Sass

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Hardcover. 716 pages. Dimensions: 9.0in. x 6.0in. x 1.7in.Americas elites utilize the divide-and-conquer strategy, and with African Americans, they have found their first target. Centuries of brainwashing have instilled a superiority high in many whites and at the same time placed blacks in less-than positions. I intend to show to what extent Apartheidism and the less-than culture affect blacks in several different environments, such as how the criminal justice system is used to marginalize and criminalize blacks at rates disproportionate to their population. Even the sports world can be more problematic for blacks than for non-blacks. I will present people and events that will show the double standards society has been led to not only accept but to expect, and just how easily we seem to have been manipulated. Most, and perhaps none of which could have been so relatively easily accomplished if the drug of superiority did not cloud our perceptions. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Bookseller Inventory # 9781449771386

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Title: If You Cant Be Better Than an N-Word, Then ...

Publisher: WestBow Press

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:New

Book Type: Hardcover

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America's elites utilize the divide-and-conquer strategy, and with African Americans, they have found their first target. Centuries of brainwashing have instilled a superiority high in many whites and at the same time placed blacks in less-than positions. I intend to show to what extent Apartheidism and the "less-than" culture affect blacks in several different environments, such as how the criminal "justice" system is used to marginalize and criminalize blacks at rates disproportionate to their population. Even the sports world can be more problematic for blacks than for non-blacks. I will present people and events that will show the double standards society has been led to not only accept but to expect, and just how easily we seem to have been manipulated. Most, and perhaps none of which could have been so relatively easily accomplished if the "drug" of superiority did not cloud our perceptions.

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Since finding the Lord in the mid-1970s, Thomas has been consumed by social justice, especially regarding African Americans. Most of his writings have dealt with ill effects of what he calls American-style Apartheidism, which enables the white supremacy mindset to continue virtually unabated. Having witnessed or read about countless injustices has moved Thomas-driven by his religious values-to write about a whole host of issues/events/people, some documented, some not on our radar. Thomas and his wife live in Iowa City, Iowa. He is sixty years old and retired from Pearson. Thomas Sass and his family escaped communist Hungary during the 1956 Hungarian Revolution. His father got into trouble fighting for his own brand of social justice. Thomas's focus on social justice soon began to motivate him in ways that seemed to be not always within his grasp to understand, so he gives God the praise.

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