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Hatred of whites is the norm in the black community

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Submitted by ML (United States), Jan 23, 2011 at 15:13

As one who used to be highly concerned about race relations and their improvement, frankly, it has become apparent to me in recent years that hatred of whites in the black community is by now so widespread and so deep that any reconciliation is impossible. It's like trying to sustain a failed marriage. The pattern seems to be that every ten years or so, even as conditions for blacks improves (there's a black president for crisakes), blacks seem to hate whites ever more and the white reaction tends to be an attitude of appeasement and 'PC' pandering which confers legitimacy upon people (e.g. Farrakhan, Sharpton) and ideas (all whites are 'racist devils') that just a decade or 2 ago were universally acknowledged as dangerous, divisive, fringe lunacy. Every new generation of whites is more guilt ridden and absurdly PC than than the last. PC pandering and feigned acceptance of black nationalism by whites isn't 'progressive', it's a manifestation of fear and smug condescension. If we want to ever see true racial harmony in this country, the MSM, politicians, and academia need to stop pandering to black racists and pretending to believe that most whites are racist.


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