Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Perceptions of Race Relations Significantly Worse Under First Black President

Did you know that white people are much more likely to be victimized by white people, and black people are much more likely to be victimized by black people?

For example, The Washington Times reported how “the FBI in 2012 found that of the 2,648 black murder victims, some 2,412 were killed by fellow blacks and only 193 by whites.”

That’s a major discrepancy, people. Major.

So why are we freaking out so badly about a white cop killing a black criminal? Perhaps we should be focusing less on interracial relationships and more on treating people like the individuals they are.

Further proof that this might be a good idea can be found in a new Pew Research/USA Today poll covered by National Review:

“From 2007 to 2009, the number of black respondents who said blacks and whites get along ‘very well’ or ‘pretty well’ increased seven percentage points to 76 percent. But since 2009, the share of black respondents who had a positive view of race relations has dropped 12 points to 64 percent. Similarly, white respondents who thought blacks and whites got along well increased three percentage points from 2007 to 2009, but decreased five percentage points from 2009 to 2014.”

Question: What has happened since 2009?

Answer: Barack Obama and his race-baiting administration took over D.C.

Since his first year in office – Actually, no, scratch that. Since his presidential campaign, Obama has made it a point to comment on how white people don’t like black people.

Beergate anyone? Or how about “If I had a son, he’d look like Trayvon [Martin].”

Seriously? Seriously. And I still maintain that last comment was horribly racist against his own color, in that Obama heavily implied if not flat-out stated that all black people look alike.

America’s first black president isn’t here to bring people together like so many of us hoped. He’s here to divide and conquer.

And gosh, but is he doing a good job of that.

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