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Long and constant beating in your face movie
14 July 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

It was educational at best, to a degree, but kept beating black this and black that over your head until you just shut it off! I saw most of it and I am glad SOME got the idea that racism is just plain stupid and ignorant and that color does NOT matter. Slavery was not even about that. It was about control. The same thing is going on in government today, and the new world order wants to oppress and control all of us. This has already been proved. I have many black friends, but I do not agree that being black means you are not a good person or that being black means you get shafted. Most of your sports people are black and some of the richest people in the world! Michael Jordan, Michael Jackson (sadly taken from us), Denzel Washington in the movies, and the list goes on and on. I do not care what people think of me, and I do not let myself be controlled by history or the past. My friend is Caucasian and does not even know what race he is, nor does he care!!! People are way too selfish, egotistical and prideful, and that's what gets them in trouble. You cannot use your race to blame all people's actions every time something wrong happens or you get the bird on the road, for example. Get over it people! I agree Obama is a crook and a criminal, because he is, but just get over yourself and move on with life.


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