Palin Supports Black Pastor, Calls For Re-Introducing Slavery On Voluntary Basis

“According to Tony Evans of the Urban Alternative ministry, black people should blame themselves for the current state of the black community. The Christian Post reported that, in an interview with Darrell Bock, Evans said the black community needed to get back to “the biblical standard that God holds us to,” and stop blaming white people.

“Evans explained: “The biggest problem in Black America today is the breakdown of the family. The breakdown of the family is unraveling us as a community. When 70 percent plus of your children are being born out of wedlock and the fathers are not there to tend to them, you’ve got chaos in the community. That’s crime, that’s unemployment and most of these kids are going to be raised in poverty. And that’s something we control.”

““The white man is not making you do that. He’s not forcing you into that position. That’s a convenient out.” Evans added black families had become weaker since the United States abolished slavery.

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““In slavery we did not have laws on our side, the community on our side, the government on our side, the broader community on our side, our families were a lot stronger. We were a lot more unified and we made a lot more progress. We’re going through regression right now and a lot of that is because of decision-making we are responsible for,” he said.

Supporting the pastor’s unorthodox views, Sarah Palin, who is known to have an opinion on every matter, spoke to Newslo exclusively and stated that “it seems like Evans has got it all figured out. So, I’d like to offer my advice and support in realizing his ideas.”

“When slavery was first abolished, to say that that was a radical change would be an understatement,” Palin said. “In fact, it’s a historical one. So, today, when everything everybody seems to be talking about are illegal immigrants and their status, maybe it’s time to make another equally radical – no, scratch that – historical change that would bring the attention of the public back to the real problem – the black community in the US.”

Asked to further elaborate, Palin openly said: “What I’m talking about is realizing the pastor’s idea somewhat indirectly – bringing back slavery, only this time making it voluntary. That way, the people would be able to have the best of both worlds. On one hand, black families would become as strong as before, and on the other, it would reduce pressure on the already tense relationship between white people and the black community, not to mention that it would put down the racial fires all across the US once and for all.”

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