Obama Thinks Reparations Is a “Good Argument”, Will He Never Go Away

Obama Thinks Reparations Is a “Good Argument”, Will He Never Go Away

 

As we know, the United States will be a majority nation of brown people over the next couple decades because of the illegal and legal immigration, including refugees.

In an interview that aired Monday, President Barack Obama told Steve Inskeep of NPR that no matter what path President-elect Donald Trump decides to take on immigration, the country’s demographics have “inevitably” changed.

“If you stopped all immigration today, just by virtue of birth rates, this is going to be a browner country,” Obama said. “And if we’re not thinking right now about how we make sure that next generation is getting a good education and are instilled with a common creed and the values that make America so special and are cared for and nurtured and loved the way every American child is treated, then we’re not going to be as successful.”

Barack Obama feels that will be an improvement. We’ll see but we have another question.

During an interview with the Atlantic, Obama said a good argument can be made for reparations for blacks because of slavery though none of the people living today caused it and no one today had a slave.

Obama said the reparations argument is “a good argument”, but if brown people will be running the country, why do they need reparations? In fact, they get it with the money poured into poor minority areas, affirmative action, and the favoritism in so many fields[…]

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