Maggie and John Anderson of Chicago vowed four months ago that for one year, they would try to patronize only black-owned businesses. The “Empowerment Experiment” is the reason John had to suffer for hours with a stomach ache and Maggie no longer gets that brand-name lather when she washes her hair. … Now, the Andersons are following up with 4,000 people who signed up for the experiment on their Web site to gauge their commitment and set up online accounts to track their spending. http://www.breitbart.com/article.php?id=D984SLN80&show_article=1
Can you imagine the outrage if anyone started a “Buy White” movement? Instead, let’s try a “buy human” experiment? Only buy from human owned businesses. Every other distinction is racist.
To sum up the rampant racism that still exists in the United States, Dallas Smith, who owns a commercial real estate firm in Atlanta said:
We’ve still got that ‘the white man’s water is colder’ mentality. We can’t take us for granted. When we go to our establishments, it’s almost like we’re doing a favor. That ought to be a given for us.
And here I thought that we were all Americans. I guess some people DO still judge people by the color of their skin and not the content of their character. While it is of course their right to patronize any store of their choice, one hopes that the cries of racism include condemnation of these racists. To judge from this article there are plenty of racists out there!