When The Racist Causes More Racism

There’s nowhere in the dictionary that says a racist has to be a white person saying or doing actions against a person of color. It CAN (and usually is these days) be the other way around. Now, I understand that blacks don’t like to hear that, but can anyone out there actually tell me that the actions of Jesse Jackson or Barack Obama, or Al Sharpton, or Eric Holder are anything but racist? Can anyone truthfully say that the actions of these four individuals are actually bringing America together or are they tearing us apart?

Obama’s latest action seems to be a way for him to justify his racist feelings toward whites. And frankly, I can tell you, yes, racism exists both ways. I think there are some whites that are still racist toward blacks, and I think that there are more blacks that are racist toward whites. And it’s a cultural thing. The blacks want to blame it on slavery. Frankly, that’s an excuse. That was 150 years ago people…you need to get over it.

And yet, Barack Obama has decided that it’s time to start collecting data on people based on their race. The question has to be asked, why? Why, if you’re the president that was going to bring us together and end racism once and for all, as you suggested in 2008 when you first ran for president, are you of all people trying to divide us again? Answer: Because that’s what racists do. They don’t unite, they divide. They don’t bring us together, they drive us apart. They’re not about love each other, they’re about hating each other.

The only reason Barack Obama wants to collect data based on race, the only reason is can be is so that he can prove his point that whites are more racist than he is. And somewhere in that data, he may find some instance where that’s the case, but I frankly think that is so far off the mark, so misguided that it shouldn’t even be thought of. It’s as lame of an argument as making people show an ID before they vote.

There is nothing that comes of collecting data on race that doesn’t make us more racist. Isn’t that the reason we don’t “profile” terrorists and criminals by race? Isn’t that why we stopped all of that after 9/11? We didn’t want to be thought of as “racist” when it came to Muslims or Arabs, or people of Middle Eastern descent? So, tell me how Obama gets away with it without being called a racist?

Truth of the matter is, he doesn’t. It’s a racist move by a racist person seeking racist motives to throw at some race he feels is racist. Because that’s the way liberals think. they’re ashamed of being white, they think they owe the blacks in this country the world because of what happened up until 1860, and frankly my dear, that’s just plain wrong. I was born 100 years after that and I’ll be damned if you’re going to hang a racism tag on me for anything that was done 100 years before I was thought of!

Now, carry on world…you’re dismissed!

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10 thoughts on “When The Racist Causes More Racism

  1. Racism knows no color. Whites can be racist against whites and black can be racist against blacks. Think of the dynamics between American blacks v. African blacks v. Caribbean blacks. And in O’s case a mixed race person can be racist too not only against whites but blacks to. As a old FL friend used to say: “Blacks do for blacks. Hispanics do for blacks and whites do for blacks.” (Yet for some reason it always gets translated that others are racist against blacks).

  2. Reblogged this on Thoughts of Kat Canfield and commented:
    Hooray!! Point well made. In fact, history will show that it was other “black Africans” who captured and sold their fellow black Africans into slavery in the first place. Research the Zulu’s. Ok, whites bought them but they also freed them. What are Africans doing to other Africans today? Capturing them and selling them into slavery. Ever hear of Boko Haram?

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