Hometown America – Critical Race Theory

Daily blog: It’s May 13th, 2021.

If your kid’s school teaches critical race theory, you need to put an end to it. You can not stop racism by teaching people to be racist.

End of class, y’all.

One thought on “Hometown America – Critical Race Theory

  1. When Martin Luther King was alive, the word “RACISM” was spelled with very large letters.

    (What month and year did MLK die….do you know?)

    Over the years since, the frequency in which the term has been used to offer excuses for the true reality of many areas of “Black Culture”, has resulted in the dilution of the term, and that today renders the use of the term in very tiny letters.

    I like to think that I never judge a person by the color of his skin, but rather I judge that person by the content of their character.

    And today, I see an abundance of “bad characters” in the black community.

    Hundreds and hundreds of Black Americans die every year at the hands of other Black Americans, and very few Black voices cry out in anguish.

    But when a Black person, of “experienced criminal persuasion”, is killed by the “white policeman”, the Black community raises their fist and begins to create the very reasons why racism is still alive and well in this country.

    Racism will never die, given the far too flippant use of the term “racism” (tiny letters).

    It will only die when two people, one Black and one White, sit together on my proverbial porch, behind a beer, and discuss the shared moral values that they both live by.

    It makes me very sad to know that the cold beer I save for the Black person who would sit beside me, will likely never appear in my lifetime.

    The only good news in this scenario today is that I get to drink two beers.

    Lastly, there is a term that I have heard some years ago, that speaks the truth.

    There is no racism in a foxhole.

    When one begins to bleed, the other is your brother.


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