THE RED PILL

DIALOGUE AND DISCUSSION ON EDUCATION, ENVIRONMENT AND RACE

 

The 1935 First Edition Columbia Encyclopedia reads, Ghettos originally were sections of a city where the Jews were compelled by the Christians to reside, but now more loosely used to indicate any quarter of a town inhabited chiefly by Jews. The first historically authentic ghetto was established in Rome by Pope Paul IV, in 1555. The medieval ghettos, which usually consisted of a few narrow, dirty, and overcrowded streets with space limitations. Within the ghettos the Jews developed a certain degree of autonomy, a social life of their own, and high standards of piety and morality. In 1870, the last remaining ghetto, the Roman one, was abolished by Victor Emmanuel.  When did ghettos become synonymous with so called black people?  Why does it now seem normal to embrace such negative aspects of living in the ghetto?     

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Comment by Adisa on December 15, 2011 at 5:01pm

I will find the answers and I am looking in the direction of your pointed finger! 

Comment by Clifford Black on December 14, 2011 at 11:30pm

Namaska Adisa,

Now you are asking good and correct questions.  I hope that I can be of service to you as I try to help you find the answers.  YOU must find the answers to these questions for yourself  and you will know when the answers are correct.

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