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  1. WOW! You are so right Star. I did not grow up in America but I have said so many times “this is not a racist nation””. Yet so many people are only half an inch deep, even Christian friends. Maybe especially white Christians who get their thinking from the media. Love you Star. May God continue to bless you richly.

  2. Star Parker, me dawlin’, continues to share her common sense, perspicacious, views on life in America as experienced by one and all. As with Star, I know there are ‘old-time’ racists in this country, but I DO NOT believe that America has a ‘systemic racist’ problem.

    I’m old to ancient, and I grew up in a military family, a white family. As a child in the ’50s living on a military post, I had black friends that I traded comic books with, in our houses. I had no idea or thought that they were any different than myself. That innocent thought changed after I joined the Marine Corps in the early ’60s, I became more ‘educated’ about the black experience in America. Sadly, again as Star will tell you, LBJ’s “Great Society” was the beginning of blacks becoming more subjugated to the government! The following decades revealed the decimation of ‘both’ the black and white families.

    America has LOST the culture war over those same decades. From a more religion-based society, in those “bad old days,” America has ‘devolved’ to what is now a completely narcissistic secular society! That, sadly, bodes not well for America, for as Billy Graham once noted, “Only God Can Change The Hearts of Men!” I would say ‘God Help America,’ but God having been kicked to the curb here, I’m not sure how well He is listening.

    Hang with’em Star, God’s continued blessings on you and yours!