Obama Uses N-Word: US ‘Not Cured’ of Racism


obamaPresident Barack Obama said the United States has not overcome its history of racism and is using the N-word to make his case, the AP reports.

In an interview, Obama weighed in on the debate over race and guns that has erupted after the arrest of a white man for the racially motivated shooting deaths of nine black church members in Charleston, South Carolina.

“Racism, we are not cured of it,” Obama said. “And it’s not just a matter of it not being polite to say nigger in public. That’s not the measure of whether racism still exists or not. It’s not just a matter of overt discrimination. Societies don’t, overnight, completely erase everything that happened 200 to 300 years prior.”

Obama’s remarks came during an interview out Monday with comedian Marc Maron for his podcast.

The president said while attitudes about race have improved significantly since he was born to a white mother and black father, the legacy of slavery “casts a long shadow and that’s still part of our DNA that’s passed on.” Read more.

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  1. The problem is not that Mr. Obama is intelligent. The issue is the language he cordially reintroduced to America.

    This is an event of the inhuman becoming the passive.

    To reintroduce the term with presidential authority when it was used against your very negroid status in the past makes this word return to common culture.

    Clearly it would be a horrific event to see this word used on another black person. I think that could still be held in all contempt of course.

    But the word is not stricken from our vocabulary.

    This is distressing.

    The enemy has revalued its own hate to break apart the vows of human connectivity.

    This world has no sense when there is such poverty in higher authority places of human contained value.

    And that means this poor president is making the smile on the face of credit dissolve in distaste and dreams of the stupid becoming a standing ovation.


    Obama is a sad sad sad Mood of a bad Choice of words.

    I am not for him at all.

  2. shocking for a president to say the “n” word,
    All people are created b’tzelem E-lokim and we must be careful to avoid offending them.