We were supposed to vanish without a fight.
We weren't supposed to live on.
But then, Donald J. Trump took an escalator ride at Trump Tower in June of 2015 and announced his candidacy for president.
Trump, nothing more than an American nationalist, sent the mainstream media/entertainment industry/private sector/academia into fits of rage, for they saw the continued growth of crowds and enthusiasm around the brash New Yorker as a sign something long, deliberately suppressed through 24/7/365, cradle-to-grave propaganda had failed to kill off... hope.
Michelle Obama might believe "hope is dead," but as Rogue One: A Stars Wars Story made quite clear, where hope survives, people will still fight.
Though the odds seem daunting and the all lost, hope is contagious.
People will rise, when everyone around them demands they stay on their knees (when every waking second they are hounded with a message of white privilege and how white racism of their ancestors is something they can never atone for).
And when the name "Trump" (now forever synonymous with white America, all because the mainstream media/entertainment industry/private sector/academia incorrectly diagnosed the energy behind his movement) is utilized our enemies can only point, stutter and let out a pathetic cry of 'racist'... increasingly falling on deaf ears. [Trump sign waved in student section as predominantly black basketball team introduced, KansasCity.com, 12-13-16]:
The Warrensburg School District has apologized after one of its students displayed a Donald Trump sign during player introductions for the Center High School boys basketball team on Monday night.
The Center varsity roster has 13 players, all of whom are either black or biracial, according to coach LeDale Wooten.
Toniaa Lakylia Nunn, a former Center student, posted video of the pregame at Warrensburg High School on her Facebook page Monday evening.At high school and college basketball games across the nation, student sections routinely greet the visiting team with apathy when they are announced, often passing out newspapers and reading them in a hilarious display reminding the opposition of how little they matter.
But throw in a toxic "Trump" sign and play a basketball team whose roster is entirely black, and you have an international incident.
White people in America weren't supposed to think of being white, except in terms of the original sin this carried; now, the continued desire to shame white people as racist for supporting Trump is erasing decades... more than half a century of indoctrination.
White guilt, like the heaviest snow, eventually melts away.