“I voted for him, and he’s the one who’s doing this,” Minton told Mazzei. “I thought he was going to do good things. He’s not hurting the people he needs to be hurting.”
White Americans keep telling us they don't give a shit about a healthy nation. They just want to hurt people they don't like. That has been most prominent motivation for the white vote since the country was founded.
There's another piece linked in the article that talks about how white cruelty is the point of their political efforts. Read this shit:
"The president’s ability to execute that cruelty through word and deed makes them euphoric. It makes them feel good, it makes them feel proud, it makes them feel happy, it makes them feel united. And as long as he makes them feel that way, they will let him get away with anything, no matter what it costs them."
I know people call my thoughts on white American culture 'controversial', but it just is what it is.
White people are not motivated by fairness, healthy communities and cooperation. They just don't care. Not even about themselves.
Asking us who do to negotiate with this culture to find 'common ground' is like asking a drowning person to be patient and hope water stops killing them.
White Americans would rather die than cooperate. Attempting to 'negotiate' w/ insanity is pure fucking nonsense
And I don't want to hear any self serving, weak ass whining about how 'complex' racism is in America.
If we're talking about why America keeps going from crisis to crisis and we can't agree the main factor is generational white resistance to morality, civility, reason and reality itself, then keep your bullshit to yourself.
Progress in America is so hard because white people _hate_ progress and have always worked against it.
White people aren't part of the problem. They _are_ the problem.
@Are0h And the thing is, the rest of the world sees it. I've been complaining about America's cruelty and arrogance since I was 13-14, and I can honestly say I've never met anyone, in any country I've been to, who had anything positive to say about the country and its people. And (white) Americans just don't seem to believe me if I tell them that.
It took me a few extra years to realize that _white_ Americans were the problem, specifically, but it's obvious in retrospect.
@Are0h I can't wrap my head around it...
But hey, I'm from the UK, and white folk from there are only a few steps behind this sort of ridiculousness (or are they the same now? I haven't been to the UK in 16 years and it definitely sounds like it's getting worse, so who knows?), so maybe I'm the weird one for even _trying_ not to be terrible.