From the web:
“Michelle Obama’s 2008 declaration “For the first time in my adult life I am really proud of my country” reflects her really ludicrous sense of superiority. (It’s a false sense of superiority because Michelle feels inadequate and she knows she’s not good enough.) Michelle was really saying; “finally, this worthless nation is good enough for me.” It is bitter that she was invited to make the address “Dear Class of 2020” because Mrs. Obama rigorously discriminated against white and rural children through her years as first lady, nor was she speaking to them when she supposedly addressed all graduates. Her anti-white bias continues as she opened her online address with the racist trope about “the rumbling of the age-old fault lines that our country was built on.”
Mrs. Obama gives an anti-commencement address, advancing the black privilege complex denigration of achievement, served with a side of psychological child abuse by saying “The truth is, when it comes to all those tidy stories of hard work and self-determination… for too many people in this country, no matter how hard they work, there are structural barriers against them…” Anger is the energy of the black privilege, so Michelle gins up as much as possible in the children who are so misled as to listen to her. “So, don’t ever let anyone tell you that you’re too angry…”
She adds the most miserable advice possible to teenagers in saying, “So if you hear people express bigoted views or talking down to ‘those people,’ it is up to you to call them out.” Did anybody talk down to you when you were 16? How about yesterday? Telling kids to “call out” anyone they think may be “talking down” is worse than poor advice, its malevolent. This destructive woman manipulates the young to lives of conflict, strife and disrespect in the service of black privileging and her own malignant power.