When Trump spoke of “the crime and the gangs and the drugs that have stolen too many lives and robbed our country of so much unrealized potential”…and ending the “violent American carnage” –a phrase the media picked up on, he’s talking about you.
Taking the above statements alone, one might hope that the more extreme forms of white-pathological negro-coddling, artificially compensating for black violent dysfunction in America are now over.
But Trump went on to say:
“We are one nation and their pain is our pain. Their dreams are our dreams”.
Which couldn’t be more incorrect, and plays straight back into the feelgood lie –plucked from the pages of the civil rights bullshit book, that black dysfunction is somehow the responsibility of whites, and that there’s some sort of shared accountability for black failure and worse, some of kind of shared destiny between blacks and whites, and if it wasn’t for some political or economic circumstance everything would be just great.
It would be far preferable if Trump just stuck to the truth saying ‘American carnage’ is actually just black carnage, and it’s the same black carnage wherever blacks are around the world.