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November 9, 2017 -- The white supremacist who scrawled racist slurs at the Air Force Academy isn't white. He's black. 

It's not that unusual. Racist
hoaxers have been around for generations. 

Among the most recent racist attacks was a Muslim female student in New York who was arrested for filing a false police report after allegedly concocting a fabricated story of being assaulted by a group of whites. 

Most of America's white racist history is little more than an ongoing hoax. The Roots narrative presumes that only whites owned slaves in America and that only blacks were slaves. It's a racist hoax. The truth is that free blacks and Indians owned black slaves. What's more, white people have suffered from slavery for hundreds of years. St. Patrick, for example, was a enslaved but managed to escape. 

From Daily Mail ▼

Black student at Air Force Academy is found to be behind the racist messages that appeared on dorm boards saying 'go home n******'

One of the five black students targeted by the slurs at the US Air Force Academy in September was actually responsible for the incident 

Officials revealed Tuesday that the student admitted to writing the messages

Student is no longer at the school in Colorado Springs but it is not clear if the cadet was expelled or withdrew

The incident attracted nationwide attention after the academy's superintendent gave a speech warning students that racists were not welcome at the school


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