We can't have a conversation about race because of the built-in damage done by the Democrat Party. Imagine trying to converse sincerely with a person who is filled with hate and rage because they realize how deficient they are compared to the person across the table from them.
We say things like, "I'm tired of affirmative action for people who still hate my race", and are told by the pc police that "that isn't being productive".
So where can the conversation go from there? We have sincere feelings about harmony and right behavior, but are constantly told to stifle.
Do you know how hard it is to have a sincere conversation with all of the double standards that stand between us? Blacks have had so many rules bent for them in the American society that the rest of us don't know where to begin.
You see, when white people have a family member that gets pregnant at 14, we have the emotions of shame and regret that dominate our conversations: "How could you have done that, Debbie? We taught you better than that", and so on, so forth.
The sincere emotions that we express with our own kind are seen as racist and intolerant if we were to expect the same to be said to an African American. We have been told for a couple of generations now that our emotions and expectations out of ourselves is "living in a white world", by the leaders of the African American community.
Well, when you tell people like us whites something like that, we're actually embarrassed. We look hard at ourselves and try to correct what came from the black accuser. We don't suddenly get our back up at a person and try to "flip the script" on them. We actually try to self-improve, and avoid that kind of sentiment from coming up again.
So the conversation dies there.
Meanwhile, we try to teach our young the same principles that another segment of our population doesn't take as seriously. Years go by, kids grow up to become the next generation, and the problem continues to grow.
Today, African Americans commit 70% illegitimacy in their community. Whites are at 29% here in America.
It's hard to have a conversation on the weekends when every effort you've made to be good to the African American community is thrown back in your face as "racism".
If we let you go to your own schools for an education, we're told that we're racists because we graduate more people than your schools do.
If we force bussing and desegregation to have your black children next to our white children in school, you call us racists because our white kids do better.
If we dumb down the class curriculum so that your black children can finally keep up academically, you say we're racists because they still fail the SAT exams for college entrance.
If we dumb down the SAT so that you can score better, you say that we're racists because the colleges try to teach us about "dead white men".
If we dumb down the college experience so that you can feel more comfortable, you call us "racists" because there aren't as many scientists, doctors, and engineers who are black.
Whites aren't cowards because we don't seek you out on the weekends. We're simply exhausted with trying to keep up with your latest accusation.