Whitlock: Nick Cannon and the racial ploy being used to place black America on the wrong side of the culture war

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Corporate media wants us to believe racism is at the heart of America’s fragmentation. The truth is, it’s a lack of shared values. The media’s fixation on race and racism distracts us from seeing what’s obvious.

We’ve raised at least two generations of young people who reject this country’s founding principles and values. Academia and Hollywood have demonized Western Civilization and responsible men.

Last week, celebrity entertainer Nick Cannon told the cast of “The Breakfast Club,” a popular urban radio/TV show, that the concept of traditional marriage is racist.

“That’s a Eurocentric concept when you think about the idea of you’re supposed to have this one person for the rest of your life,” Cannon said. “And really that’s just to classify property when you think about it.”

Cannon, 40, has seven children with four different women. He went on to explain that the women in his relationships are the leaders and decision-makers.

“Those women, and all women, are the ones that open themselves up and say, ‘I would like to allow this man into my world and I will birth this child.’ It ain’t my decision. I’m just following suit,” Cannon said.

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