I feel slightly bad for saying this, knowing all of the great black people whom I know, and having an understanding of the great accomplishments of the black race, but the younger generations of African Americans are steadily becoming more ignorant and racist. Fewer black children have dreams to do great things after the turn 12. From 12 on they just want to be gangsters and turn to racism towards whites and minorities besides themselves to make themselves feel better about their stupidity. There are no longer kids like Ben Carson or Richard Wright. Nowadays black kids want to be like 50 cent or some stupid rapper with no education. Black kids are now contradicting everything that the Civil Rights movement was for. It was not meant to simply make black people better than everyone else. The purpose of the Movement was to promote peace and equality. It was supposed to allow blacks, whites, and all other races to get along. Now young blacks are almost as racist as the whites were to their grandparents. Every day of elementary school I heard black kids making racially offensive comments towards whites or non black minorities. They think it's ok to be racist towards non blacks but if in response a white person calls them a nigger in response to their previous statement they freak out yelling "DID YOU HEAR WHAT THIS WHITE ASS CRACKA MOFUCKA JUST SAID! THIS CRACKA IS A RACIST!" It is sad to see how blacks are now given the chance to achieve greater education, yet so few of them try to achieve it. They think the way to succeed is to try to be a gangster even though they are all just soft little kids. I know there are exceptions and that there are many great, respectable, educated black people out there, but this is what you will see on a daily basis. It's sad.
Person 1: Why'd that little kid just call us "cracka mofuckas? We didn't even say anyhting to him?
Person 2: Oh, dont worry. He's a black person.
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