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what I present is factual....sometimes it is just points of perseption that you folks on the right might lack from ordinary working people.
if you consider facts hyterical?? then you have thing upside down.
which doesnt suprise me, since you have about everything else backwards.
it does sound a bit outlandish when you refer to the govenment as "african"...... it is also a bit on the racist side of things.
but then again, racism is another trademark of (most of)the teapublicans.
saying something like, "failed african rule", lends to the perception that youre are out of touch with reality.
was the UN too, lead by african rule?? under kofi annan??
boy you must have gone balistic after that happened??
Yes. I agree with Obama's African pal, Holder. He says Americans who use political correctness as a justification for their refusal to discuss matters of race in an honest, open, and forthright manner are (as he puts it) "cowards".
The growing anger and hostility of the Africans towards those of the non-African "Hispanic" community, the Asian community, and the White community, is primarily the result of disingenuous White "Liberals" pretending to like the Africans. The Africans know they are lying through their teeth. The brunt of that growing anger and hostility is suffered primarily by scapegoated ordinary White worker ("middle") class women and men. Since the Africans came to power, much of that anger and hostility has been provoked by the "politics of envy" of the African ruling class and their wealthy White "Liberal" compatriots.
Rather than destroying the White worker ("middle") class by taxing away their meager "wealth" and transferring it to the Africans, why don't you and those of like-mind just pack up and move into an African neighborhood? Were you and your hypocritical like minded friends to do that, it would achieve the integration of the Africans without needing Government force to achieve that end. That would be putting your money where your mouth is.(in a manner of speaking) You are not afraid to move in around the Africans, are you?