ExCathedra has finally given up on a life-long belief/assumption that the racial divide in the US is a problem that can be solved. IMNSHO, the races are implacable enemies and the problem is insoluble.
In St Louis
Making believe that Blacks and Whites belong together in a single country makes less sense than imagining you could combine Germany and Poland and make it work. After 50 years of endless cost in treasure and law and culture change, and blood, things are definitely not better between us.
The Civil Rights thing has turned out to be a huge failure, where the always-failing minority is constantly blaming the functional majority for its own flaws. As I have crudely mentioned on more than one occasion, Blacks are forever complaining that Whites are "keeping them down", when the truth is that we are the only thing keeping them up.
If Black America were a separate country, it would be a Third World basket case.
Even CoastalElite mouthpiece The Atlantic says so... (although they assume, I'm sure, that this is Whites' fault. I await Ta-Nehisi Coates' louder cries for "reparation.")
What If Black America Were a Country? - The Atlantic:
As very Beyond The Pale blogger and author Paul Kersey points out, you can try to ignore the Bell Curve, but it will not ignore you.
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