White America, due to their economic, social, and political majority, has refused to address and reconcile America by breaking the shackles of racism effectively by law through all aspects of life; instead they use their power to influence sycophants of other races with low mentality to diffuse the fact that some healing is needed across racial lines in our country. They forget that every great civilization fell because of disharmony from within, but yet, they hold on to their pretence that all is okay. Does White America care to know what Asian Americans truly feel about America’s treatment of Japan, North Korea, and Vietnam? Do they really care to know the truth of how the Hispanics feel about America’s treatment of Panama? What about how the Black Americans feel about America’s treatment of Liberia, Sudan, and the Black Cubans? Are the American Arabs and American Muslims really happy about what is happening in Iraq? White America does not care. How they see it is the only true American way, and if you do not agree with them, then you are unpatriotic, or you will eventually lose your job and your precious White corporate friends, or can no longer move up the career path. This is the system of not wanting to hear the truth, so they surround themselves, especially on their talk programs, with people of other races who pretend to see things as they do and ridicule others who do not. White America fails to understand that these Americans, who do not see things as they do, probably love America more than they do, but they only show their love through the courage of speaking the truth to heal the nation they love dearly.
If White America and all well meaning Americans, who truly love their nation, are interested in the racial reconciliation of our country in every aspect of life and the improvement of our foreign policies, I recommend that we all read the book titled “The Political and Spiritual Purpose of the Holy Land” (Amazon.com). This book clearly explains why President Bush’s years in office was a setback to America, and it also give a spiritual, historical, and political warnings if we do not take race and foreign policy seriously in the 21st century.