Race
"I have a dream that my four little children will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character."~ MLK Jr. This famous quote is as powerful now as it was when it was issued. This is where Americans of the left & right believe we are now or should be, where character counts -- and is expected. “There is a class of race problem solvers whom make a business of keeping the troubles, the wrongs and the hardships of the Negro race before the public….some of these people do not want the Negro to lose his grievances because they do not want to lose their jobs…they don’t want the patient to get well.” Booker T. Washington. Unfortunately, BTW was right then and it continues. Race in this country has now become an industry unto itself, even though the American people think it is about time that we are a post-racial society. Furthering racism however is necessary for the race industry (Rev. Jesse Jackson, Rev Jeremiah Wright, Rev Al Sharpton, the National of Islam, the New Black Panther Party, etc) to survive. Which means if racism were ever to be eliminated, the industry and the people whose livelihood depends on it, would no longer be needed. And so it is kept alive, long after it's purpose has faded into history. Therefore, the racism industry is now a bigger problem than the racism issue itself. People on both sides, left and right, agree that racism and discrimination are unacceptable in America. To say or think that only one political group (the right) is to blame is inaccurate, irresponsible and/or ignorant. To say so purposely and knowingly is reprehensible. Unfortunately, political ideologies have also attached themselves to this industry in an attempt to secure votes. The Left ( Marxist, radical and lunatic liberals who control the President and the Democrat party) today, and their media counterparts, lead this reprehensible effort with their daily barrage of viscous and inaccurate racist attacks on the right. The Left has been brilliantly successful with this strategy. This success is extremely ironic when you realize that the legacy of racism in this country belongs to the Democrat party. • Democrats legacy of Racism. • How Republicans Thwarted Democrat racism. • Why only Democrats and liberals should feel white guilt? Below you will see both sides clearly. Let's begin right now to talk honestly about race, about character and about racial progress in this country for a change. Opportunity exists for everyone, equally, and has for the last 60 years. That is at least two generations. In that context, read the debate below on, what should no longer be, the issue of race.

Trump Hails Civil Rights ‘Heroes’ in Speech Some Black Leaders Boycott

12/9/17
from The Wall Street Journal,
12/5/17:

The president spoke ahead of the official opening of twin museums, amid criticism over his remarks about NFL protests and other issues.

President Donald Trump praised the achievements of the 20th-century African-American civil-rights movement and paid tribute to the movement’s martyrs as “American heroes” ahead of a museum opening Saturday, amid criticism over his past remarks on women, immigration and other issues. “Today, we strive to be worthy of their sacrifice, we pray for inspiration from their example,” he said, after describing the life of Mississippi’s slain civil-rights leader, Medgar Evers. “We want our country to be a place where every child, from every background, can grow up free from fear, innocent of hatred and surrounded by love, opportunity and hope. Today we pay solemn tribute to our heroes of the past and dedicate ourselves to build a future of freedom, equality, justice and peace,” Mr. Trump said. The president spoke at an event that preceded the larger official opening of twin museums—the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum and the Museum of Mississippi History—as part of Mississippi’s bicentennial celebrations. Two black Democratic lawmakers, civil-rights activist Rep. John Lewis of Georgia and Rep. Bennie Thompson of Mississippi, whose district includes some of Jackson, had said they wouldn’t attend because of their objections to Mr. Trump’s past controversial remarks on immigration, women and other issues.

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