Democrats have such selective memories. They wail and moan over President Trump’s threats to North Korea, but conveniently forget what Bill Clinton told Pyongyang over 20 years ago.
During his campaign for the office of the President of America, Donald Trump promised Americans he was stopping at nothing to ensure American remains the most powerful nation on earth.
“Democracy is tricky; it sometimes ends up as a parody of itself. When the people clamour for change, they can vote with their hearts, and prove impervious to plain sight reason, and overlook likely pitfalls. We can only hope that Donald Trump does not become the symbol of the change that Americans are seeking. That would be sad indeed for the free world.” – Reuben Abati,
The U.N. (aka the United Nations) created a group to focus on issues faced by people of African descent.
But the group recently released a report that argues that, one, we have a HUGE problem with anti-black racism in the U.S., and that the state of that racism is so extreme that it calls for reparations.
The report was released as a part of a study by the United Nations’ Working Group of Experts on People of African Descent, which includes leading human rights lawyers from around the world. The report explained links between our history of racism and current issues of anti-blackness, saying,