WEB Notes: People like Kaine do not help. Talking about race like this only encourages more division among the people. For Heavens sake, this was a European founded nation obviously consisting of Caucasian people. Of course Caucasians would be the majority. Imagine if a Caucasian went to north Africa he would be the minority there and he would either embrace it or leave. Anyone is welcome to come and join this nation legally no matter what color you are. These politicians love to pander and stir up the pot. Caucasians, Africans, Mexicans, etc can all live where they want to in this country. If they want to live by their own people that is fine, if they want to live among the other cultures that is fine too.

In little noticed comments, Hillary’s running mate Tim Kaine told a black audience in New Orleans that white people must become a “minority” in order to properly atone for racism and oppression suffered by blacks.

“I’ve never been treated badly in life because of my skin color or my gender,” Kaine told a group of black Baptists in New Orleans. “I think the burden is on those of us who are in the majority — Caucasians. We have to put ourselves in a place where we are the minority.”

The “burden” that Kaine mentions obviously means taking on “white guilt,” despite the fact that – even at the height of slavery – only 1.4% of whites in America owned slaves. White people were also victims of far more brutal and longer lasting oppression under the Barbary slave trade.

Source: Hillary’s VP: Whites Must Become a “Minority” to Atone For Racism » Alex Jones’ Infowars: There’s a war on for your mind!


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