Respect. It is something that black Americans have been asking, pleading and begging to receive from their countryman since 1619, when the very first African Americans arrived as indentured servants. From that time through to this very day, this simple request has gone unheeded.
The city of Flint, Michigan has been without water for over three years. From the very beginning, it seemed apparent that a profound lack of respect of black humanity was at the core of it.
Recent recordings, by an environmental activism group, of a Genesee County Land Bank sales manager is indicative of the type of disrespect we’re talking about.
In a slur laden tirade, Phil Stair, a government employee by way of the land bank, which is described on its website as a non-profit government organization”, blamed the affair on black folk’s inability to pay their water bills.
Flint has the same problems as Detroit f*cking n*****s dont pay their bills, Stair says on the recording, which was made on May 26th during a conversation with environmental activist and independent journalist Chelsea Lyons.
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Stair was driving to a restaurant with Lyons and another person when the recordings were made, according to the blog.
I dont want to call them n*****s, sh*t I just went to Myrtle Beach (with) 24 guys, and I was the only white guy, Stair said. I got friends I mean, theres trash and theres people that do this sh*t. They just dont pay their bills. Well, Detroit, didnt collect on their bills, so they charged everybody else, but Flint, Flint had to pay their bill to Detroit.