In the late 1980s, Gallup took a poll about race relations among African-Americans. About a third said racism had an effect on their lives.
Thirty years later – during the regime of the nation’s first African-American president – that percentage had doubled.
The graph over the past 20 years or so looks like this:
Note the beginning of the slide – the middle of an election where the Democrats needed to pull out all the stops to counter the Tea Party and general dissatisfaction with the collapse of the healthcare system.
Hardly. It was by design.
Graph depicts the prevalence of the terms “Race” and “Racism” in our “elite’ media’s narrative:
Why, it’s almost as if the “elite” media needed to create a crisis for the “elite” political class not to waste.
Remember – “race conflict” is merely a delivery system for “class conflict”.