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  • #11
    Originally posted by siablo14 View Post

    Answer this.
    Are those dirty racists and their policies to be somewhat blamed?
    You have to be more specific, which dirty racists and their specific policies are you referring to?

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    • #12
      Originally posted by JimRaynor View Post

      You have to be more specific, which dirty racists and their specific policies are you referring to?
      Not allowing Black folks to own land and if they did, Blacks were lynched and their lands taken.

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      • #13
        Originally posted by siablo14 View Post

        Not allowing Black folks to own land and if they did, Blacks were lynched and their lands taken.
        Sure, those played a role, they dramatically affected the black populations of that time, but what does this have to do with today and the fact that larger and more productive farms received more funding, and not because they are white.

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        • #14
          Originally posted by JimRaynor View Post

          Sure, those played a role, they dramatically affected the black populations of that time, but what does this have to do with today and the fact that larger and more productive farms received more funding, and not because they are white.
          Tell the full story. Those larger and more successful farms will be white because of America's dirty racist past.

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          • #15
            Originally posted by Chollo Vista View Post
            https://www.ewg.org/news-insights/ne...-white-farmers

            USDA Data: Nearly All Pandemic Bailout Funds Went to White Farmers


            Nearly all of the billions of dollars in federal farm bailouts to offset the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic went to white farmers, newly revealed Department of Agriculture data show.

            White farmers received nearly 97 percent of the $9.2 billion provided by October 2020 through USDA’s Coronavirus Food Assistance Program, or CFAP, according to data obtained by the Land Loss and Reparations Project through the Freedom of Information Act and shared with EWG. The bailout program, created last May by the Trump administration, was suspended last month while under review by the Biden administration.

            USDA data shows that white farmers received, on average, four times more than the average Black farmer. Using data from USDA’s Farm Census, EWG calculated that the average white farmer received $3,398, whereas the average Black farmer received $422.

            In total, white farmers received $6.7 billion in CFAP payments, and Black farmers received just $15 million. Latino farmers received $100 million, Native American farmers received $76 million and Asian American farmers received $17.6 million.

            The disparity between white and Black farmers was even greater for the Market Facilitation Program, or MFP, created by the Trump administration to offset the impact of Trump’s failed trade war with China, which closed lucrative Chinese markets for many American farmers. Using data obtained through a separate FOIA, the Farm Bill Law Enterprise previously reported that 99 percent of MFP went to white farmers.

            EWG calculated that white farmers received, on average, an MFP payment 10 times larger than the average Black farmer: $10,674 for white farmers, compared to $1,074 for Black farmers. White farmers received a total of about $21 billion, while Black farmers received a total of about $38 million. Latino farmers received a total of about $99 million, Native American farmers received about $52 million and Asian American farmers got about $17 million.

            The data obtained by the Land Loss and Reparations Project covers the first round of CFAP payments only, made through October 2020. The data does not cover a second round of CFAP payments, made before the Biden administration froze payments, pending review.

            The disparity in payments between white and Black farmers reflects both the design of the CFAP program – which linked payment to production – and the long history of discrimination by USDA, which systematically denied or delayed subsidies, loans and other payments to Black farmers. In 1920, Black farmers accounted for one-fifth of all U.S. farmers, but they currently make up just 1.7 percent of all farmers and have seen the size of their farms shrink.

            Some large farmers received more than $1 million in CFAP funding and one farm, Titan Swine, of Ireton, Iowa, received more than $2.5 million. But most farmers have so far received less than $5,000.

            Like CFAP payments, MFP payments were tied to production, so the largest and most successful producers collected the vast majority of the funding. Smith & Sons, based in Bishop, Tex., got total MFP payments of more than $3.2 million.
            Crazy azz shht. WTF happened to me? I'm a white farmer but i didnt get any bail out money.

            I need to get them trannies off my mind and get that bail out money.

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            • #16
              Originally posted by True-Boxing-Fan View Post

              Crazy azz shht. WTF happened to me? I'm a white farmer but i didnt get any bail out money.

              I need to get them trannies off my mind and get that bail out money.
              You grow almonds, though.

              Does China buy a lot of your almonds?

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              • #17
                Originally posted by JimRaynor View Post


                I find your posts very entertaing Chollo, but don't you ever step back and read your own article and perhaps for 2 seconds think that what you're reading has an explanation thats nots always racial? Even in your own article, which desperately like yourself tried to make this about race wrote this at the very very bottom of their propaganda piece (toward the very bottom is typically where the truth and the real explanation of why can be found)



                "Like CFAP payments, MFP payments were tied to production, so the largest and most successful producers collected the vast majority of the funding."

                Oh look we caught the Scooby Doo Racist Villain of why the white Farmers received more funding, and his name turns out to be larger succesful producer.
                There are several answers to your questions, but I'll start with this.

                1. Handouts

                2. Reparations

                Reparations means to "repair". Many white farmers were affected by covid so the first step the government made was to repair or help fix the condition they were in put forth by COVID; hence the 6.6 billion dollars.

                But when Black people have asked for reparations due to centuries of trauma caused by racist policies, physical, overt and covert attacks, as well as benign neglect, to name a few, we're told there's no money or to stop asking for handouts.

                Not to mention, said tactics have literally crippled the black community. Not women, not people of color, not minorities, not humpbacks/midgets, not trannies.... No, black people.

                Should I elaborate and dig deeper?
                Last edited by Chollo Vista; 05-10-2021, 03:28 PM.

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                • #18
                  Originally posted by True-Boxing-Fan View Post

                  Crazy azz shht. WTF happened to me? I'm a white farmer but i didnt get any bail out money.

                  I need to get them trannies off my mind and get that bail out money.
                  Funny thing is I thought about you when I was creating this thread and was going to tag you to see if you got some $$$. But because you're white and none of my posts are directed at you, I didn't want you to think i was attacking you so I purposely left you out the thread.

                  Did you process the paperwork to get some of that 6.6B?

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                  • #19
                    Originally posted by Chollo Vista View Post
                    https://www.ewg.org/news-insights/ne...-white-farmers

                    USDA Data: Nearly All Pandemic Bailout Funds Went to White Farmers


                    Nearly all of the billions of dollars in federal farm bailouts to offset the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic went to white farmers, newly revealed Department of Agriculture data show.

                    White farmers received nearly 97 percent of the $9.2 billion provided by October 2020 through USDA’s Coronavirus Food Assistance Program, or CFAP, according to data obtained by the Land Loss and Reparations Project through the Freedom of Information Act and shared with EWG. The bailout program, created last May by the Trump administration, was suspended last month while under review by the Biden administration.

                    USDA data shows that white farmers received, on average, four times more than the average Black farmer. Using data from USDA’s Farm Census, EWG calculated that the average white farmer received $3,398, whereas the average Black farmer received $422.

                    In total, white farmers received $6.7 billion in CFAP payments, and Black farmers received just $15 million. Latino farmers received $100 million, Native American farmers received $76 million and Asian American farmers received $17.6 million.

                    The disparity between white and Black farmers was even greater for the Market Facilitation Program, or MFP, created by the Trump administration to offset the impact of Trump’s failed trade war with China, which closed lucrative Chinese markets for many American farmers. Using data obtained through a separate FOIA, the Farm Bill Law Enterprise previously reported that 99 percent of MFP went to white farmers.

                    EWG calculated that white farmers received, on average, an MFP payment 10 times larger than the average Black farmer: $10,674 for white farmers, compared to $1,074 for Black farmers. White farmers received a total of about $21 billion, while Black farmers received a total of about $38 million. Latino farmers received a total of about $99 million, Native American farmers received about $52 million and Asian American farmers got about $17 million.

                    The data obtained by the Land Loss and Reparations Project covers the first round of CFAP payments only, made through October 2020. The data does not cover a second round of CFAP payments, made before the Biden administration froze payments, pending review.

                    The disparity in payments between white and Black farmers reflects both the design of the CFAP program – which linked payment to production – and the long history of discrimination by USDA, which systematically denied or delayed subsidies, loans and other payments to Black farmers. In 1920, Black farmers accounted for one-fifth of all U.S. farmers, but they currently make up just 1.7 percent of all farmers and have seen the size of their farms shrink.

                    Some large farmers received more than $1 million in CFAP funding and one farm, Titan Swine, of Ireton, Iowa, received more than $2.5 million. But most farmers have so far received less than $5,000.

                    Like CFAP payments, MFP payments were tied to production, so the largest and most successful producers collected the vast majority of the funding. Smith & Sons, based in Bishop, Tex., got total MFP payments of more than $3.2 million.
                    The **** else is it meant to link with? Hopes and dreams?

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                    • #20
                      Originally posted by Marchegiano View Post

                      The **** else is it meant to link with? Hopes and dreams?
                      Lol what do you mean?

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