Here's the full interview. I agree with him. Racism isn't nearly as bad or rampant as people like those in Black Lives Matter would have us believe.
If there are so many racist white people out there, how did Obama get in office? How are so many black entertainers and athletes and others filthy
rich and famous? Most of the dollars going to these guys, and girls, are White Dollars, spent by White Fans. You can't become a superstar in this
country without some white fans. You can't become a president without some white votes. Actually, a Lot of white fans and a Lot of white votes, is
what it would take...
The amount of real, deep in the bones, I hate you and wish you would all die-racism is such an insignificant amount, it's barely worth a mention. I
think most people are confusing what might be more properly labeled as xenophobia, as racism. A phobia is a fear of something. You don't get mad at
someone for being afraid of spiders do you? Because a phobia, an irrational fear, is not anyone's fault, necessarily... People fear the unknown, the
unfamiliar gives them anxiety, and that's perfectly normal, it's perfectly natural. Its a survival instinct. You can get over a phobia. But it is
gonna make it a lot harder when you have people trying to convince you that you're racist like you did something wrong and there is something deeply
wrong with you as a person. Thats just going to cause you to regress deeper into your fears and might actually start believing, and behaving as if,
you really are a racist.
It appears to me that my video did not embed so heres a link. Yeah it looks like hes high on codeine, and maybe he is, but it looks like it mostly
because the Superdeluxe crew/guy/whatever added sound effects and messed with his voice and didnt show the interview in the correct order and heavily
edited it for comedy purposes.
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