I understand his point, and I've wondered the same thing. Government - especially the 'War on Poverty'- has destroyed the black family. But I would not have phrased it that way. No man is better off a slave.
They are still slaves. It's a harsh word, but maybe it needs to be said because this government is in the process of enslaving us all.
“No man is better off a slave.”
Don’t look now, but isn’t that what were all becoming? The masters are the government.
In defense of Brundy, he grew up in the forties, fifties and sixties. He has led a more or less isolated life and doesn’t probably watch TV that much. I’m about his age, and black people used to be referred to as “Negroes” It was once “Colored People” too in my life time.
The way he speaks in no way makes him a raciest.
And what are millions of blacks now. It depends on your interpretation of slave. Slave to the State or slave to a land owner. Take your pick. Bundy is right on and I feel his words got the point across to the intelligent who really think. Unfortunately we have little intelligent in America now.
We are all slaves but most don’t know or acknowledge it.
We are allowed to breathe. Think you own anything in this world? Try not paying the tax owed on it and see how fast it is no longer YOURS.
It worked on the Indians!
(Whoops --- Native Americans)