For decades American black people have been referred to as “The More Equal people.” Martin O’Malley, Democrat candidate for president, showed how sickening the political mindset of Black People is —and why Donald Trump, who is not frightened by such a mindset, doesn’t appeal to Black People.

Some rather rude people who didn’t much like O’Mally because he was not black at the Netroots Nation conference, in Pheonix, chanted at O’Malley, “Black lives matter, black lives matter.” O’Malley responded: “Black lives matter. White lives matter. All lives matter.” He repeated this catchy phrase, the reaction to which prompted an O’Malley apology:
The demonstrators, who were mostly black, responded by booing him and shouting him down.
Later that day, O’Malley apologized for using the phrase in that context if it was perceived that he was minimizing the importance of blacks killed by police.

“I meant no disrespect,” grovelled O’Malley in an interview by a black woman on This Week in Blackness, a digital show. “That was a mistake on my part and I meant no disrespect. I did not mean to be insensitive in any way or communicate that I did not understand the tremendous passion, commitment and feeling and depth of feeling that all of us should be attaching to this issue.”

There’s a terribly large divide between black people and others. It’s caused by a feeling of Victory in the black community because of their identification with President Obama. White people on the other hand feel defeat because of the injustice and hatred directed towards them by black people, an injustice they feel is caused by President Obama.

Black people feel disadvantaged. They invent reasons to justify their feelings. White people feel wrongly accused and wrongly condemned. Good feelings towards opposite sides, feelings developed over the past 150 years since slavery was outlawed in the United States have deteriorated. Why?

Why? Because after bending over backwards with hundreds of thousands of actions purposely designed to provide more advantages to black people that they aren’t satisfied and want even more when they were not entitled to any. Race based benefits mean benefits provided by money taken from white people and given to black people.

Unfairness is wrong regardless of skin color unless you are not white. Then the opposite rule is propagated; unfairness reigns; hatred develops and anger is loosed in places where it need not have happened.

Whats the answer? Skin color is built in at birth. That’s not changing, ever. Race preference is here to stay.

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