After Release of Facebook Torture Video, Obama Claims Race Relations are “Actually Very Positive”

One of the most racist, race baiting men to sit in the Oval Office decided to speak out on race relations following the release of the video that was released on Facebook of four Black Lives Matter activists kidnapping and torturing a disabled white man. According to Barack Hussein Obama Soetoro Sobarkah, he claims that race relations are “actually very positive.”

I’m not sure what to make of his comments here seeing that he has taken all kinds of opportunities to race bait and speak out and make certain news items about race when there was no need to. Two of the highlights while he was in office were the Trayvon Martin case and the Henry Louis Gates controversy.

In an interview with Chicago CBS 2 Special Contributor Jay Levine, Obama said that he does not see racial tensions as getting worse, just that the ability to expose certain problems are easier due to technological advances in the internet, phones, tablets and cameras.

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“In part, because we see visuals of racial tensions, violence, and so forth; because of smart phones and the Internet,” the Obama said. “What we have seen as surfacing, I think, are a lot of problems that have been there a long time.

“Whether it’s tensions between police and communities, hate crimes of the despicable sort that has just now recently surfaced on Facebook,” he added.

As I’ve pointed out before, all crime against another person is rooted in hate. No crime takes place out of love, so that is a given.

However, Obama went on to say, “I take these things very seriously. The good news is that the next generation that’s coming behind us … have smarter, better, more thoughtful attitudes about race.”

“I think the overall trajectory of race relations in this country is actually very positive,” he concluded. “It doesn’t mean that all racial problems have gone away. It means that we have the capacity to get better.”

Well, I do hope the next generation is more thoughtful about attitudes regarding skin color, though with the dumbing down of students across America and the introduction of things like Common Core into their curriculum, I’m not quite sure I buy into what Obama is saying.

After all, this is a man who holds to racist views, has alleged police officers are racist and appointed a racist Attorney General among many things. If that were not enough, let’s not forget his wife, Michelle, whose background is filled with racism. She was also in a racist college group that hosted pro-terror speakers. She even claimed that museums don’t welcome non-white visitors the same way they welcome whites.

And let’s not forget the militant New Black Panther Party, as well as the nation of Islam that have declared war on whites in America.

Yes, Obama and his family, along with the usual suspects in the race baiting industry in America, took us 180 degrees in the opposite direction of where we had been going. Remember, Black Lives Matter did not exist until Barack Hussein Obama Soetoro Sobarkah was in office.

Obama is known for his lies and I think this interview is just more of them.

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