As someone who has visited 7 countries outside the United States and lived in 4 of them for 90 days or more, I can confidently say that America is one of the least racist countries in the history of human civilization. Without the media, outrage peddlers, and race-baiters, there would be virtually no signs of racism in the United States today. Be wary of racist doctrines, like intersectionality and identity politics, and be wary of people who have become millionaires by stoking the fires of racism. Turn off the news, go out there and experience the real world to see for yourself that America is the greatest country in the history of the world.I’m seeing so much more racism, it’s driving me nuts. If you frequently use the phrases “those people,” or “their kind,” you’re probably a racist. If every conversation quickly turns to your disdain for BLM or anyone who supports it in any way, you’re probably a racist. If you get so upset over the three BLM signs in your neighborhood that you nearly wreck your car, you’re probably a racist. If you get angry with someone for supporting black businesses or just because they reached out to a black friend and posted a positive message to them on Facebook (and, honestly, it was for personal reasons and had nothing to do with BLM, but it wasn’t anyone else’s business), you’re probably a racist. If you trash your “man cave,” throw out all your memorabilia you’re your two favorite teams and stop watching sports because a couple athletes took a knee, wore an armband or said something in an interview, you’re probably a racist. And if you punish your young children for watching a show whose creators, unbeknownst to your kids, made a comment in an interview about supporting BLM, guess what? You’re definitely a racist.