That is a great bid NO. Race Relations will never improve as long as we have those like Obama, and the Black Caucus in Congress and groups like the NAACP, ACLU, KKK, would be Nazis and so on.
But, what I am talking about is our constantly blaming others for our own self taught hatred towards other races of people that to me are American Citizens just the same as i am. All I ever hear out of those blacks in Congress and State governments is how racist all the Caucasian race, Caucasoid race for light skinned people. Negro, Negroid race for black skinned people. But here in America, we have to define it so that it is hateful for Whites to call Blacks anything but Black or African. When in fact many with dark skin just as dark as those from Africa in many cases are not Black men from African. And on the other hand, the white haters in America keep the hated going by using the hateful words that offend so many blacks.
To me each side does it to themselves, and keeps the racial tension in this country at it peak. Just because you disagree with somebodies point of view, whether it be political, religious or economic based. Does not make you a Racist. We are human beings, and by nature we are driven to agree or disagree with each other. But when you teach it to one generation to another, that hatred continues, no matter how you try to wipe it out. And everybody who doubts that. Should look to themselves when they start special their racism and hatred, in Congress or in the Media, and any place else they practice their hated.
In Obama era, have race relations improved?
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Ask Americans how race relations have changed under their first black president and they are ready with answers.
Personally I think that Obama and the Black and many White haters in Congress, have set us back to before LBJ in Race Relations. And I disliked it them when we forced to attend Race Relations Classes in the Military, taught by Black Men and Women, who always had the same message, They are victims, and its the White mans fault.I told many of them that as soon as they started treating me as a human being in their thinking and actions, then I would treat them the same. But that I don't play the victim game when it comes to who I like and who I might not like, and who I agree with and who I might not agree with.
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