Racism has really switched around--it's not the blacks suffering for it anymore, not primarily.
You see so much black-on-white violence...oh, wait. I forgot. That's not typically reported on, or at least not in such a way that it's obvious that the victim is white, like on the bus in Philadelphia.
Universities have been in on it for a good while, now. Through propaganda and diversity training, they're trying to make students ashamed of themselves for nothing more than being the wrong color--in this case, white.
It's a grand thing that people tend not to look at the color of someone's skin before making a judgement. I have never paid attention--unless it's a particularly aesthetically pleasing shade--to skin tone. What I do pay attention to is the way any individual acts and reacts toward those around them. You know, "the content of their character," to quote a minister famous for fighting racism.
The current trends are nothing but aiming the prejudice the opposite direction. It has nothing to do with justice.
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