It's so interesting to see kind and passive people in my area become clearly VERY emotional when speaking of race and "diversity".
My small town had some type of event to honor those who died in the WTC. Guess what? BLM lined up on the same street holding signs. "BLACK LIVES MATTER TO ME!". To say it made my stomach turn would be an understatement.
For just ONE DAY you couldn't give it a rest? Maybe a time to honor people that were mercilessly killed, others that had to jump to their deaths out of a skyscraper. People who lost parents, children, siblings, aunts, uncles? You had to make it about BLM?
The best part too is that when it has been brought up in casual conversation - no one holds back anymore. Voting for Trump or supporting him in these previous years used to be something you sort of kept quiet. I asked a guy about the protest tonight in a very neutral way and he said "Yeah, and we're all sick of it. These fucking losers out here".
I mean even on Youtube videos that feature "diversity", they all have thumbs down.
Yes, this could be the elites pushing us against each other but I think there is more to it. The people I know who feel this way do not see someone walking down the street (Who happens to not be white) and feel rage and hatred. It's not that primal type of mind. They hate the behavior. They detest the influx of residents in our area that litter and leave shit all over our beautiful town. They DETEST these protesters who stand out here every week.
It's behavior. Any everyone is sick of it.
To say this is a subtle observation is laughable. Even the normies have had enough.