Preachers of diversity and gun control hoping to destroy traditional American culture and constitutional government never give up. As the Obama administration said, "a crisis is a terrible thing to waste."
The Wall Street Journal's article on Dec. 14, "Trantino Tackles Slavery," promoting the murderous film "Django Unchained" starring Jamie Foxx merits a viewers' warning label, "Not a good idea to cite this film as fact in your doctoral dissertation unless you are a student of Professor David Blight of Yale University."
Prior to viewing this film, patrons need information. American-born black descendants of American slaves, as a group living in the USA today, are the healthiest, wealthiest blacks in the history of the world.
How could black people do so well in a rabid "racist" country like the USA? Equally puzzling to America's white Marxist elite "Diversity Claque" is the black experience in America is not unique to them. Most ethnic groups born in America excel compared to their parallel cousins whose ancestors never left the old country. Also, every living American had some ancient ancestors who owned slaves or were slaves themselves. Slavery is evil. Black Africans practiced it in Africa and sold some of their own people. Whites, also.
This violent movie promoting hatred mirroring long ago butchering and brutality will create hatred among our people where little exists today. Obscene color scenes of killing in this "documentary" could inspire copycat violence.
To this simple Illinois farmer, hatred masquerading as a documentary does not make it so.
Loren E. Klaus