The New York Times, however, presents Barack Obama’s racist screed in evasive terms: “attorney General Chided for Language on Race“.
Obama’s Attorney General, Eric Holder, a Black man in an exceptionally privileged position of employment following an exceptionally privileged education with a highly peppered, problematic ethical history (read the links at the end of this post), negated the United States as “a nation of cowards” regarding “race”. I guess “we” as a nation are cowards for providing all those opportunities to Eric Holder, in resentful, embittered perspective.
Mr. Holder made his comments last month during an address to employees at the Justice Department, saying that “though this nation has proudly thought of itself as an ethnic melting pot, in things racial, we have always been and we, I believe, continue to be in too many ways essentially a nation of cowards.””
About which Barack Obama refuses to grow out of the emotional and intellectual sinkhole he is in that is saturated with racialized politics, racist terms, racially derogatory (negative stereotypes) presumptions about his “community” or “people” (both terms Barack Obama uses to refer to “Black people” or people he intends to become Black — as he defines “culture” — by adopting his concepts of “culture” or “community,” as also characterises (and explains) Obama’s hideously exploitive wealth redistribution “spending” acts that have beset our nation since Obama’s election to the Presidency, “spending” of other people’s money, or, property, for racialized-cultural presumptions).
And so now he adds racism to his already recialized methods, as quoted, again, from that New York Times article:
In an interview with The New York Times on Friday, the president said that despite Mr. Holder’s choice of words, he had a point.
“We’re oftentimes uncomfortable with talking about race until there’s some sort of racial flare-up or conflict,” he said, adding, “We could probably be more constructive in facing up to sort of the painful legacy of slavery and Jim Crow and discrimination.”
…Mr. Obama was asked whether he agreed with Mr. Holder. He hesitated for five seconds before responding.
“I’m not somebody who believes that constantly talking about race somehow solves racial tensions,” Mr. Obama said. “I think what solves racial tensions is fixing the economy, putting people to work, making sure that people have health care, ensuring that every kid is learning out there. I think if we do that, then we’ll probably have more fruitful conversations.”
Barack Obama is referring to Black people in that statement of his, he’s proliferating and perpetuating the victim-class “status” of Blacks, directing his Marxist wealth redistribution to Blacks, bespeaking of a dedication to an increased “Black culture” methodology of “ensuring that” “all…people” be remodeled — perhaps, coerced or forced — into a tribal culture where one biggin’ brings home the sanctioned, approved of, allowed feed and everyone else then gathers around and has their full, no questions asked, nothing charged, no accountability, no waiting for any invitation to be extended, just assume it’s all for you when you require it to be there. Because, hey, they’re entitled.
By his overcompensating grandiosity, Obama epitomizes the man who thinks of himself as too lowly such that everyone “like him” is lowlier and can’t achieve anything better on their own initiative unless he grants or bestows just enough upon them to raise them up to his lowly level. No variations allowed, by his “royal” granting, from the “common pool” of all resources (without regard for what he owns since the assumption is he “commands” it all, in other words, the assumptive use of other people’s property for his own dalliance). Which is entrenched racism of the worst order.