Over the past couple of years, it has become fashionable for many black activists to protest and against the American system. They blame the government and white people for all of the issues and problems facing them. They often resort to violent protests whenever a white police office is forced to use lethal action when dealing with a black person who resists and defies the police, but they rarely protest or complain about the thousands of black on black crimes and murders that happen every year.
One famous black actor is speaking out, telling America’s black community that they need to look at home and blame what happens there for their problems instead of blaming others and the American system.
Hollywood icon Denzel Washington has always been a man of character who is more than willing to speak honestly about his opinions.
(Constitution.com) – In the past he’s openly talked about his faith, his beliefs, and his morality. In a recent interview, he may have gotten too honest about the problems in black America. I should rephrase, he may have gotten too honest for his leftwing colleagues and the social justice warrior left.
Washington was speaking with reporters at the premiere of his new film Roman J. Israel, Esq. when he was asked if the movie’s story had made him more cynical about the America we live in? In the movie, Washington’s character plays a social justice activist who faces a tumultuous set of life changing events that put his beliefs and life’s work to the test – here’s a brief synopsis:
Roman J. Israel, Esq. is set in the underbelly of the overburdened Los Angeles criminal court system. Denzel Washington stars as a driven, idealistic defense attorney whose life is upended when his mentor, a civil rights icon, dies…
I have close friends who also blame most blacks for their own problems. He told me recently that if they really hated their lives as much as they claim that they should be doing something to change it or improve themselves instead of adding to the problem and blaming others. He came from a poor black family and is now a success and making something of himself and providing a better life for his family. He said he was determined not to be swallowed by the ‘woe is me’ mentality he saw in others.