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[VIDEO] “You Go To Africa, I’ll Stay Here With My White Friends” – This Video Is Going Insanely Viral

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Terrence Williams is a black man who has become an overnight sensation, with millions of people watching his epic seven-minute long rant against… members of the black community.

His video is entitled:

You go to Africa, I’ll stay with my white friends.

In the video, Williams attacks the natural-born black Americans that have been suggesting that they might decide to go ‘back’ to Africa, implying that they were originally from Africa to begin with.

“You ain’t even born there. You was born here in the U.S.”

Williams mocked those that were threatening to make the move who were also dependent on government assistance of some sort.

“I hate to break the news to you, but in Africa, you ain’t getting food stamps, you ain’t getting no child support check… Why you think Obama’s daddy went back to Africa? Because he didn’t have to pay child support.”

Williams then went on to criticize those that were dependent on government subsidized health care.

“Half of y’all need health insurance. Well, I hate to break the news, but in Africa, they don’t have health insurance.

They’ve got flies that will kill yo a**. They’re not paying for that s**t, I guarantee you that.”

The viral rant continues with Terrence pausing occasionally to take a bite of some fried chicken and moaning in delight. When he continues, he remarks that chicken can be so good, sometimes, that it can make a person unable to continue speaking.

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Since being uploaded to his social media account, Williams has received messages of support from people applauding him for giving a frank and honest assessment of the people threatening to move back to Africa.

However, he has also received criticism as well from people claiming that his remarks are ignorant, with some even accusing the man of being a sell-out, white-washed, or an Uncle Tom.

This sort of criticism is common when speaking about a black man demonstrates a show of support for the Republican Party, as Williams has done, or for Conservatism.

The same “sell-out” arguments have been used against prominent minority figures with ties to the Republican Party including Ben Carson, Condoleezza Rice, and Colin Powell.

What’s ironic about these racist attacks against any member of the Black Community who supports Republicans, is that the Republican Party has historically been the political party that has been fighting to improve the plight of minorities in America while the Democrats have literally been doing just the opposite.

It was the first Democratic President, Andrew Jackson, who initiated the Trail of Tears.

It was a Democratic Party senator who caned a man, almost to death, on the Senate floor for giving an anti-slavery speech.

It was the Democratic Party that seceded and fought a war to ensure black people remained enslaved.

It was the Democratic Party that formed the KKK and Democratic Party President Woodrow Wilson who showed the KKK propaganda movie, Birth of a Nation, at the White House.

It was the Democratic Party that enacted Jim Crow Laws and filibustered the Civil Rights Act.

It was the Democratic Party that had a former KKK recruiter to the Senate for 50 years until his death in 2010.

How is it possible, then, that the Democratic Party has become known as the party that fights for equality and justice when it has literally been the moving force behind practically every racist agenda and movement in the United States?

Watch the video below and let us know what you think.

Caution: Video does contain some salty language, so keep that in mind before you crank up the volume and listen to it at work.


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