New York Nazi Times: “Can My Children Be Friends With White People?”
What if they had asked the question “can my children be friends with black people?” What would the reaction be?
From the New York Nazi Times:
Meaningful friendship is not just a feeling. It is not simply being able to share a beer. Real friendship is impossible without the ability to trust others, without knowing that your well-being is important to them. The desire to create, maintain or wield power over others destroys the possibility of friendship. The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s famous dream of black and white children holding hands was a dream precisely because he realized that in Alabama, conditions of dominance made real friendship between white and black people impossible.
History has provided little reason for people of color to trust white people in this way, and these recent months have put in the starkest relief the contempt with which the country measures the value of racial minorities. America is transfixed on the opioid epidemic among white Americans (who often get hooked after being overprescribed painkillers — while studies show that doctors underprescribe pain medication for African-Americans). But when black lives were struck by addiction, we cordoned off minority communities with the police and threw away an entire generation of black and Hispanic men.
This is the most racist garbage being peddled by racist leftists and blacks. Let’s flip it to make a point. What if we asked if we can trust our children with blacks since black men commit nearly half of all murders in this country when they only make up 12-13 per cent of the population?