posted on Jan, 6 2017 @ 11:14 AM
a reply to: feldercarb
I do not believe for a second that this particular instance would be foreseen by Obama & Co's degradation of race relations, although I do think that
they have known exactly what type of atmosphere in American urban society that they were creating.
I don't think that we can blame Obama and government directly for what those four jackasses did in Chicago, but we can blame them for fostering the
idea that it's perfectly acceptable to do so, and that's where his culpability lies. He has pushed and pushed and pushed hard to build this narrative
of a racist, unjust society, and it's not true. Yes, there are the outlying people in America who are racist, and there are some examples still of
institutionalized bigotry, but as a whole, our nation is so much better off than it was in the 1800s and 1900s when looking at the overall racism in
I'm sure that people will disagree, and so be it, but I'm not going to be baited into arguing semantics and tiny examples from the whole of the
population--I'm speaking in generalization.
And, generally speaking, the current President has done very little to promote unity in America. How Americans decided to run with that, though, is on