BRA has crashed through a new record this weekend.
Charles Blow is reporting that for the first time ever a majority of Americans do not believe that “our culture is superior to others.” In 2011, 49 percent of Americans believed “our culture is superior to others.” In 2002, 60 percent of Americans believed “our culture is superior to others.”
If you are surprised that the number is still that high under Barack Hussein Obama, it is because old people who grew up in another time still believe America is a great country. Fewer Millennials believe American culture is superior than their counterparts in Spain, Britain, and Italy.
Fortunately, BRA’s columnist has an ingenuous solution to this national collapse of confidence: we got to innovate our way out (like Black in America 4: Silicon Valley), do the hard work we have done in the past, choose greatness, and stop snuggling up to nostaliga. Vague, I know.
Specifically, in order for BRA to be “a city that shines upon a hill,” we got to invest in our future, invest in education, invest in our crumbling infrastructure, invest in the industries of the future, and invest in a generation of foundering and forgotten children.
In other words, White taxpayers have got to spend more money on the Black Undertow. We got to roll up our sleeves and build those new housing projects, work longer hours to pay more in taxes, invest in new infrastructure like public transportation in Detroit and Atlanta, pass this jobs bill to bring highspeed internet to Black Undertow high schools, and invest in the industries of the future like, umm … some kind of industry that is not manufacturing, maybe the financial industry or the civil rights industry.
Then we can be that “shining city on a hill” again.
Note: The Chinese are moving back to China to pursue the Chinese “City on Hill.” BRA is becoming a “Nation of Emigrants.” Lots of White Americans are looking for jobs and moving abroad to places like Australia.