Friday, January 13, 2017

Black people breed too much, says Bahamas archdeacon

From Caribbean News-

Anglican Archdeacon James Palacious said on Tuesday that black people in the Bahamas are “recycling poverty” by having too many children they cannot afford.

While speaking to hundreds of people after the 50th Majority Rule Day march, Palacious said “black people breed too much” and rely too much on the government to do things that “we should be doing ourselves”.

“We live in a society where the rich get richer and the poor get children,” he said.

“What I mean is this, unless we can control our reproductive process, we will always be recycling poverty. We’re recycling poverty. That’s what we’re doing.

“My MP in Montagu, Richard Lightbourn, made some most unfortunate remarks at the FNM convention.

“He later apologized for it, and that is important.

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