It's interesting that you start up a post about racism and then do nothing to address a racist response by some replying to it. Do you think all black people have a strong jungle gene too?<quoted text>
Martin Luther King and the people that marched with him wanted true equality - the chance to work, worship, serve their country, and risk everything to succeed along with every other race of American.
Politicians and radicals have hijacked the black's fight for equality, and turned it into a money, power and vote-garnering machine. In the process they've convinced generations of healthy, intelligent and otherwise perfectly "equal" black people that they are victims, needing the aid of government in order to succeed.
Because the very people telling blacks they're "looking out for them" can only thrive from their being inequality and racism, that's exactly what they bring to them. The perpetuation of a narrative of being a victim.
This Chicago city official is a prime example of the real reason black people are still struggling to achieve equality. It's not some moronic redneck hick with a shotgun and a noose in his pickup. It's not some employer refusing to hire someone because of his/her skin color. Black people have just as much ability, intelligence and opportunity to succeed, and many have - but if they continue to be told they are victims of white people and a racist society they will continue to be frustrated, angry and deceived.
The four or five conservatives (all that's left around here) may now carry on.