It's a shame "that" many blacks are racist. Just a shame.
As I have stated before, for the past four hundred years, I have no know relative who lived south of New England. In 1660, my g-g-g-g-grandfather was an indentured servant in New France and his wife was a young Jewish girl who was taken from her parents and sent to New France to either marry a Catholic or fend for herself. Soooo, since there is no indications that any of my relatives had ever met a black man yet own one, why should they be judges against simply because they are white?<quoted text>
How the tables have turned. From being kidnapped in black Africa, transported in floating hovel death traps where hardly 2/3 survived, sold in bondage and mistreated and killed indiscriminately, and, even after the emancipation proclamation, continued to live a life of servitude, lynched at will by ignorant and racist southerners, low wages and not even allowed to enlist in the armed forces until 1942, and in segregated units only, to be allowed to play the national sport (my *ss) baseball in 1948 only and, until the 60s, but a smarting of black congressmen and senators. And don't come back with "mind your own business" or "I don't know what it is to be an American". Irrelevant, what I wrote is history, all true. And may I add, you're not alone, blacks and other minorities have not faired much better worldwide, with American blacks perhaps being the best treated in the world in 2012 - which is not saying all that much.
And you come out with the phrase " many blacks are racist"?. Well, maybe they have a good reason and it's about time, don't you think?
Every man is his own person and even if my father was a slave owner, why should I be held responsible for his sins? But you think it is okay to be prejudice against me just because I am white?!?