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"The left is the real source of racism, always has been."

We all know democrats are the perpetrators of the Ku Klux Klan (the KKK), and the ones who fought FOR slavery in the Civil War. Abraham Lincoln, who saw to its end, was the first Republican, and his tradition continues to this day. Now leftist progressives, a wing of the democrats, are busy tearing down any relics of that, like historic statues and road and building names all across the south, their home base. Remember this: "The one who cries 'racism' typically is the racist, hiding in the noise and confusion created."

The "People Of Color" and "Colored People" problem

They are the same thing of course, except the first name allows leftists to fool themselves into believing they are not bean-counting racists, and the second name exposes them like the naked emperors they really are.

Try this: Next time you see or hear "news" reports, pundits or friends refer to "people of color" think to yourself "colored people" and look how dramatically the entire thing changes! The racism is glaring, horrible, unvarnished. Somehow, leftists can deceive themselves -- and you -- by a simple twist of language, and flaunt their racism right in your face. "We must work to ensure fairness for people of color" (but... who is "we"?) And then, "We must work to ensure fairness for colored people."

Whoa. It's glaring, as noted -- elitist, supremacist, racist. The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, the vaunted NAACP, has not changed its name because it is so imbedded, and the left simply tolerates it. Try asking, "Why do you say people of color instead of colored people?" and listen quietly if you can.


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