Actually, I think you’re had a stronger white nationalism for a few years longer – a possible near future for the USA. But what’s different I think is that our civil rights movement only SEEMED to leave the early 1960s behind. But what happened is bigotry continued under politically correct words like “thugs” and “inner city” and “animals” – substitute code words for the word good light skinned folk in the USA don’t say – and it FLEW right over our light-skinned heads through the 1980s and 1990s but thanks to BLM and other movements bringing this stuff out to the sunlight, light-skinned Americans like me are JUST starting to see what the darker-skinned Americans have known all along: The bigotry never left in the first place.

Actually, I think you’re had a stronger white nationalism for a few years longer – a possible near future for the USA.

But what’s different I think is that our civil rights movement only SEEMED to leave the early 1960s behind. But what happened is bigotry continued under politically correct words like “thugs” and “inner city” and “animals” – substitute code words for the word good light skinned folk in the USA don’t say – and it FLEW right over our light-skinned heads through the 1980s and 1990s but thanks to BLM and other movements bringing this stuff out to the sunlight, light-skinned Americans like me are JUST starting to see what the darker-skinned Americans have known all along:

The bigotry never left in the first place.

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