"...is obvious to everyone except they who engage in racism."
"You, Peterson, Jackson, Everett (A.K.A. Karenga), Sharpton."
It's a reading comprehension thing...isn't it?
I was posting from my web-enabled cell phone in a restaurant - hence the double post. I missed the mention of Everett. But, that's beside the point. The point now is that, since you've eliminated Everett from your list of non-racists, that you somehow believe that everyone else in the world is racist except for you. You decry racism but it is obvious to me that you view the world through race-colored glasses.
What is ironic is that you've admitted that Karenga is a racist but you won't admit that the holiday he created is racist. You decry people trying to keep blacks on the plantation, yet you fail to recognize Karenga's intent in inventing Kwanzaa to indoctrinate blacks as a group into accepting his invented and false African heritage along with his racially divisive, black separatist, and marxist ideas. His intent was to use them as useful idiots in his goal to foment a revolution and establish a separate black nation. While you will call Karenga and everyone else except for yourself racist, you won't recognize the racist basis for Kwanzaa.
Also ironic is the fact that you jumped into this thread to defend President Bush's proclamation on Kwanzaa. You have even admitted to the political reasons that Bush did so. Yet you haven't called Bush a racist for officially recognizing the holiday that was invented by a person that you admit, in bold letters no less, to being a racist. Bush's political intent is obviously based upon his belief that the black community is monolithic in their celebration or respect of Kwanzaa and that through such obvious pandering they may, as a group, lend more approval to Bush and other Republicans. Given your propensity to call everyone a racist and given Bush's behavior in this specific matter and others relating to race, why haven't you assigned the racist label to him?