The credit score: a painful weapon of white supremacy Community leaders are demanding an end to "financial redlining."

Ever wonder why approximately 72% of Black people have bad credit scores? Like so many other things, credit scores have been used as a tool to oppress Black bodies since their very inception, and community leaders are now demanding an end to what they are calling financial redlining.

Since the dawn of time, credit scores have been used to deny Black bodies the funds necessary to buy houses and cars and live their daily lives like white males do. Systemic racism essentially gives away free money to white males while keeping life-necessary money away from Black bodies, and the fact that this is how the system was designed is now beyond debate.

Community leaders have pointed out that the only way to side-step the calculated whirlwind of racial destruction is for white people to use their credit scores to obtain money for black bodies and…

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2 thoughts on “<span class="entry-title-primary">The credit score: a painful weapon of white supremacy</span> <span class="entry-subtitle">Community leaders are demanding an end to "financial redlining."</span>”

  1. Why is it "White people" and "black bodies"? Are black people simply bodies without souls and not people? This is bizarre. The entire premise of the article is completely absurd. No one is preventing any black person from increasing their credit score. Give me a break. One last thing, you forget to capitalize "White" when referring to White people throughout your article.

  2. Credit scores SHOULD be abolished. It's a favorite weapon of the synagogue of satan. Boomers didn't have to put up with that bullshit when building their wealth in the 70s and early 80s. It's a foundation for Social Credit Scores. There's no actual honor or fairness to it either; companies can gouge your score over the littlest things, but aren't required to report anything positive to increase your score.


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