by Billy Roper
Recently, I was asked how we should handle multi-generational poverty among our own people, especially when it leads to governmental dependence.
Let me preface my response by saying that, rich or poor, I love my people. And, my empathy for poor Whites is especially strong, because I grew up among them. For most of my own life, despite my educational level, I have been working class myself, due to my choice to place my political and racial cause above gaining and maintaining a high paying job. I’ve been a mortgage broker and a school teacher, an armed security guard and a ditch digger, an office manager and a meter reader, a groundskeeper and a fundraiser for charities, a professional racial activist and an author. I’ve never been wealthy. On the contrary, my heart is with those of our people who are struggling.
First, not all poor Whites…
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