21 May 2014, 09:53

Michelle Obama urges students to report on their parents discriminative comments

Michelle Obama urges students to report on their parents discriminative comments

On Friday during the graduation ceremony in Topeka, Kansas, the first lady Michelle Obama has urged school graduates to monitor their family and friends for any racial comments and remarks and report on them. During her speech, she said, "Our laws may no longer separate us based on our skin color, but nothing in the Constitution says we have to eat together in the lunchroom, or live together in the same neighborhoods."

"There's no court case against believing in stereotypes or thinking that certain kinds of hateful jokes or comments are funny."

It seems that from now on, nothing in the daily lives of Americans can remove them from politics. It is not enough that the NSA is monitoring their every step and every phone conversation they make; now even the first lady is persuading the kids to look after their parents and report on them. From now on, the parents should be extra careful before speaking their minds in front of their children.

The most horrible part is that instead of speaking about promoting love and respect between each other, Michelle Obama was setting children not just against each other, but also against their families, hiding it under the "fighting racism" plan. It makes people wonder what is more important in the United States, to fight racism or to promote freedom of speech?

US government officials are never tired of claiming how free and open their country is. Another interesting aspect is that nothing in her speech was devoted to making hateful jokes or comments about white people. Should that be considered normal or is it just a social justice for the first lady?

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