Kant’s Transcendence wrote thus:
My impression about the subject of blacks began early in life. One thing was when blacks began to move into Newark NJ and my grandparents donated all their property there to the city. They knew automatically that once blacks start moving in it is time to move out. The other impression I had from from conversations I had with a neighbor, John Factor. He had donated a million dollars to some black community center. That was in those days when a million dollars was really a million dollars. He told me, “They never even said ‘thank you.'”
This phenomenon is affiliated with the notorious horrible tipping habits of said racial group.
I believe this is emblematic of the American trans-Afro-cultural experience.
Years of enslavement stunts one’s ability to recognize charity and kindness. To the degree one must always perceive that kindness is unmet unless a qualified gesture or overture of charity is proffered.
Explains a lot.