Never claimed any such thing. But I know human nature really well and humans aren't much different from one generation to the next. You said THE REASON your dad joined the church was it's stance against blacks and the priesthood.<quoted text>
The fact you think you know more about my father than me is pathetic. You have reached a new low in ignorance. You know less about him then you do even Mormonism.
You said you were a racist.
You revealed in a few stories you had nothing but disrespect for the church at some stage as a teenager and it evidently got worse as you grew older.
That suggests/means A. your dad was a racist and taught you how to be a racist but, it's tough to be an actual racist and hold church callings. As a staunch racist, your dad would have quit the church when blacks were given the priesthood but he didn't quit, he stayed in the church and remained active. That fact implies he wasn't the racist you insinuated he was and racism is a street you walked by yourself and not with his encouragement.
So that could mean B. your dad was a bigot, not a racist and that would explain why your dad didn't quit the church when blacks were given the priesthood and how your dad was able to continue to hold callings, as a bigot could more easily change to not being a bigot than a racist can quit being a racist. As a bigot you have to deal with being unfair to people to change. But as a racist one has to deal with all the irrational hate and anger one uses to hate other people with to change.