What is it like for a White Baby Boomer who is fully indoctrinated in racial egalitarianism to take the public transportation from his nice, safe White suburb into the heart of Black areas of Atlanta, Georgia? What does he go through inwardly as he witnesses the self-segregation of passengers and the vulgar, off-putting behavior of many Black riders? The Atlanta Journal-Constitution has a feature on the experience of one such White Boomer on a MARTA (which the old joke says stands for Moving Africans Rapidly Through Atlanta) train:
I watch as the African-American passengers entering the train look for seats next to other African-Americans, and I watch white passengers seek out other white seat mates. I see the uncomfortable looks of white people who think the black kid dressed like a gang member is going to sit next them, and then the sigh of relief as he passes by.
Mostly, it is then that I notice differences between the people who joined me at my embarkation and the people who have joined in the city. It’s not uncommon for me to watch an impromptu hip hop performance as the train treks south, a performance replete with phrases about violence, sex and race.
Read the entire article. It really gets into the trouble that Boomers experience as their experiences conflict with the liberal indocrination they received through the US media, school system and probably their cucked church.