Racism: With New Faces, the Problem is Still Here
Malcolm X compliments of Youtube
By Thought Merchant
America is on the brink of a racial crisis unseen since the time of the Civil Rights Movement.
Americans are leaving nooses on the doors of Black professors at Ivy League Universities.
Americans are writing opinion pieces in online publications decrying that slavery, which caused the greatest destruction of humanity in the history of mankind, was not that bad.
Americans are allowing racist windbag commentators to insult the integrity of Black people by acting surprised that African Americans eat in a civilized fashion.
Americans are allowing a man who tried to denigrate the value of black women on national television by calling them (in essence) nappy headed whores, to come back to work in media less than one year after his insult.
Americans tried to convict six Black teenagers of conspiracy to commit murder after wrongly beating up a White teenager who allegedly used racial insults to taunt one of these students. This occurred after one of those same Black students was allegedly beaten up by a group of White students that received no similar charges.
Americans running for President of the United States have refused to hold debates in front of Black people and Latino people on multiple occasions, because they were too busy.
Americans took a Black girl in West Virgina and allegedly sexually assaulted her, doused her with hot water, forced her to eat animal feces, and taunted her with racial slurs. Moreover, she was allegedly told by her assailants that they didn’t like black people and that they were going to hang her.
Americans are becoming racially intolerant at home while we demonize our “enemies” abroad, attack their homelands, and take their resources for our own purposes.
These are the actions of Americans.
As Malcolm X said: The problem is still here.
But because people are closing their eyes, the problem is getting worse.