The Problem with “A nation of Cowards”: American Denial and Revisionist History

Attention 101

The most disturbing consequence of the election of the first African-American president is the delusional rush to pretend that this country that was founded ( and continues to function ) on genocide and slavery, is somehow “past” racism. Obviously, nothing could be further from the truth, and the fact that society as a whole still refuses to face it is – as Attorney General Eric Holder stated clearly – nothing less than cowardice. Just Google “Coons in the White House” if you need an example of just how “far” we haven’t come.

If you need another example, watch the response of the “typical white man” that is Pat Buchanan when faced with such reality. I would gladly point to another perpetrator of archaic racist fear, deflection, and denial, but MSNBC doesn’t seem to have any other representatives. The fact that Buchanan is on from 6am ( Morning Joe ) to…

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One response to “The Problem with “A nation of Cowards”: American Denial and Revisionist History

  • Julius Williams

    Pat Buchanan offers no more than a rhetorical smoke screen; he dosen’t deny history he simply ignores it. I suggest he and those who would know the truth read, “A People’s History of the United States” by Howard Zinn. Their are many, many other books on the subject, but this is a good start.

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