**"When America started, these people were brought here as slaves, forced to do work that the new founded Americans were too lazey to do. This community were sold, beaten, raped, murdered, hanged for entertainment and called something that would be known as one of the most degrading names in history. Forced to work for hours, days even without rest even without food.
After years of this, a war broke out. It would be named the Civil War. After the war, the colored community had won freedom. They were now able to move somewhat freely in America. However, the racism still existed. They were not able to enter buildings that we owned because of their color. Finally, a hero spoke out. His infamous “I have a Dream” speach reached the heart of millions. That man was assassinated because he was fighting for something that he belived in. This was a huge movement in the colored community, it won them total freedom…perhapse a little too much.
People still judged them, for color and the cloths and music they wore and listened to. They also went on to create one of the worst genres of music known as Rap. Many Americans tried to join in on this new genre, only one succeeded. Yet the colored community still wanted more and more and more.
Over the years, something known as “The Race Card” was cried by hundreds in this community and the hate began again, this time it was their hate for us. Now, they have uprisen and taken control of the country. They have murdered millions of Americans. The slaughter continues."**