VIDEO: Obama Just Issued This TERRIBLY Racist Comment To White Students
Recently Obama has gotten a lot of heat for doing what he does best, being two faced and dividing race this country by races while preaching to the world that he has made race relations in America better than ever.
Obama just issued multiple racist remarks to a group of graduating students. Obama fired into all the white (and anyone that isn't black) and basically told them that they meant nothing to them.
In Obama's commencement speech at the traditionally black Howard University Obama chose to use this as a stage to advance his racist agenda.
Obama decided to address the black community with these words. “Be confident in your heritage, be confident in your blackness.”
Obama said completely neglecting anyone besides the black community.
Obama went on to say more and more aggressive attacks agains the white community.
“Remember the tie that does bind us as African-Americans and that is our particular awareness of injustice and unfairness and struggle,” he remarked and then continued with “That means we cannot sleepwalk through life. We cannot be ignorant of history. We can’t meet the world with a sense of entitlement.”
After that he exclaimed that all white people have just been given everything that they have.
“That’s a pet peeve of mine, people who’ve been successful and don’t realize they’ve been lucky, that God may have blessed them,” he announced.
“It wasn’t nothing you did, so don’t have an attitude.”
Obama then continued to claim that “Harriet Tubman may be going on the 20, but we’ve still got a gender gap when a black woman working full-time still earns just 66 percent of what a white man gets paid,” in order to continue to divide this country along the race line.
“Change requires more than just speaking out, it requires listening as well. In particular it requires listening to those with whom you disagree and being prepared to compromise,” he said and then ended with this little gem “Even when you are 100 percent right, this is hard to explain sometimes, you can be completely right and you are still going to engage folks who disagree with you.”