Black Men vs. White Men: Who is The Better Man?

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I would like to examine a real question that many women are asking themselves about men today. Who is the better man “The Black Man or The White Man” ?

FIRST, Lets Look At The Black Man’s Profile

Truthfully, we have men that claimed to be fierce African warriors, yet Millions of them let their women and children be taken into slavery without a fight. Men that sat by cowardly in the back of the bus and if it wasn’t for a little old lady (Rosa Parks) they might still be there today.

Black men are notorious for not raising or supporting their children, men that are so jealous of each other to the point that they kill each other daily.

Yet these same men wouldn’t dare raise a finger to fight their oppressors.

Men have popularized the deterioration of the entire black race down to the bottom of the economic, educational and social totem pole.

NEXT, Lets Look At The White Man’s Profile

Truthfully, we have men that mentally mastered an entire race of black men who claim to be the original man. They have been doing this for more than 400 yrs.

White men conquered an entire nation of the most fierce Indians in the world to found America. Men who in less than 600 years took America from nothing and built it into a world superpower.

Men who are known to be some of the savviest and most ruthless business men on earth. Men who have created the technology to travel into outer space and explore new worlds.

Men who control this nation’s money development and distribution system and employ 95% of the people in this country.

Who is The Superman Man and Who is The Clark Kent?

So now what have we learned, after looking at what both groups of men have to offer, in an age where “reputation and finances” dominate the dating scene?

We see that the black man is far from a desired choice for any of today’s modern women.

And many women would agree that he is only desirable to the uneducated or the desperate – you be the judge.

Prophet King Nazir Muhammad is a revolutionary artist and activist who wants to break the stereotype that ancient thinking has placed on all people, and his first concern is with the group in which he belongs.