Do you believe that since the inception of Trump as president, has incidences of racism increased or do you strongly contend that Trump isn't racist at all as his remarks & reactions were taken out of context? Your points, your views on the matter.
I have always noticed more incidental racism in those who are from area's that include larger mixed groups of minorities . Obviously NYC , where Trump is from , represents that truth. Unfortunately we are politically exiting an era of elevated media "racism . Racism became a media tool as important as a video camera on national scene under Obama 's two terms. Blame who you will for that !
Like it or not almost from day one we saw the politicized , academic elitist assumption that charges of "racism " were going to be a subject of his administration . The" beer gardens" , the younger culture that voted for a first time , the Chicago mafia included in Obama's administration , his team was looking to and for " social cause " to be a major working tool of his terms and racism was one the first tools used . I do however put most of the blame on his close ties to the divisive news media , riots , cop killings , subjective media use , crime rates , criminal recidivism , the famous birth certificate issue.
Trump and racism ? Where ? America , including Trump is in the process of putting that very loud and phony cause back into it's own cage . Yet again , The news media and it's addictive sensationalism is the catalyst for most racial divide anywhere in America today , Yes I do blame the news media , mostly . Trump however deserves more credit than not for dissolving that very political correctness that bore racism during the last ten to fifteen years .
Want' to find cause for elevated racism in America , look to the agenda of the NEW and extremely divisive American news media , they have been dying a slow death for twenty five years plus , how better a way to "sell more media " than to revive some of the most divisive issues of the last hundred years in America ! Racism being number one on that list . ASk ourselves this '
The Big Question;
If there is racism in America , Why is it that that message is broadcast the loudest from the halls of News Media , Academia , halls of institutional government office and celebrity Hollywood at a volume pitch loud enough to split ear drums BUT racism on the streets of American remains at an historical and an all time low ?
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