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The Boy Who Cried Race

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This is a hard-hitting, no-nonsense book of commentaries that confronts the Democratic Party's playbook of using identity politics to divide Americans. The Boy Who Cried Race: The White Guilt Messiah Complex, Democrats, and Black Victims features many of the false alarms and much of the race-baiting that Democrats have used over the years, and the ways they continue to do so even now. The book shows that this is to create and maintain an atmosphere of racial hysteria and panic in the country. They may even be happy with a race war.

The book highlights the role that white guilt and white virtue signaling plays in contributing to the pernicious effort to keep Black people, and other minorities believing they are victims of the white man, and that white supremacy is a major threat. The commentaries present some real-world examples of shameless Democrat Party race baiting to make as many black people as possible see themselves as helpless victims.The book is a biting, witty expose that does not hold back. It lays bare the extremes to which the Democrat Party machine will go to maintain the ruse of white supremacy and portray America as a racist cesspool that would only get cleaned up by putting the Democrats in charge.

There are some heartfelt appeals for Black people to reject victimology, reject the idea that they are down and out on their luck, starting every endeavor 20 paces behind white Americans. The appeals encourage Blacks to see themselves as victors and not victims. The commentaries are not meant to complain, but simply to give raw examples of the dangerous games that Democrats have played and gotten away with for far too long. It is an attempt to open people's eyes by simply telling it like it is.

©2022 Ershwyn Thibou (P)2023 Ershwyn Thibou

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