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Blacks play the race card? Who started the focus on race in this country and the

  1. vveasey profile image83
    vveaseyposted 3 years ago

    Blacks play the race card? Who started the focus on race in this country and the world?


  2. Lowdown0 profile image80
    Lowdown0posted 3 years ago

    It's a well known fact that the New World Order satanist, the Illuminati, the elitist bankers are stirring up racial strife to cause chaos, so they can control people in the end.

    Just look at the people who they elevate to the mainstream, like Jesse Jackson and Sharpton, these idiots are total degenerates who make no sense and have sold their soul to Satan.

    The fact is, the elitist are total racist, and absolutely hate everyone except white people, and they hate all the white people who aren't part of their click, so they hate all people except the elitist.

    The roots of racism really took great affect when Evolution was born, from these same satanist I might add. Evolution causes people to become racist because they believe there are races that are less evolved.

    1. Robert the Bruce profile image59
      Robert the Bruceposted 3 years agoin reply to this

      You obviously have little knowledge of evolution. It does not say that some "races" are less evolved. We are all Homo Sapien. I think so proper research is in order before you try to speak on evolution/science again.

  3. dashingscorpio profile image87
    dashingscorpioposted 3 years ago

    Blacks are not the only minority to experience racism in this country. Many Hispanics, Jews, Asians, Arabs, and Native Americans probably could easily share some stories with you.
    Having said that anyone who is familiar with U.S. history is aware of the slave trade, the "one drop rule", three fifths of man, Jim Crow, voting rights denied, laws against interracial dating and marriage  and the like were not implemented by minorities.
    However what makes this country great is there have always been people who stood up for those who have been mistreated regardless of race. This goes back even further than John Brown the white abolitionist who gave his life in a battle to end slavery in 1859.
    Being a realist I accept the fact that racism is probably here to stay. Nevertheless no one can't deny that we as a nation have made major strides. We have several minority millionaires and a couple billionaires too. And whether one is pro or anti Obama he did not get elected president by relying only on a race that makes up less than 13% of the population. Millions of non blacks voted for him.

  4. peeples profile image92
    peeplesposted 3 years ago

    Those that first started it are long gone, dead, and bringing them up is sort of pointless. We are here now and we control our actions. Being racist is wrong, but thinking everyone who dislikes something a black does is racist is just as wrong!
    There is nothing that can be done to eradicate either issue sadly.