Ten years before he opened his campaign for the presidency (or in his case, the _residency, or the pres__ency), Barack Obama told us on the record what he really thought of white people, in a university talk to a general audience in 1997. Quote, "There is no such thing as a 'good' white person."
This in reply to a student's question after the main talk was over, in which Obama revealed what FMD had taught him years before, in the early 1980's, about how bad white people are. This was standard Communist Party boilerplate aimed at the black community, where the Communists had been recruiting vigorously since 1919 and before, vigorously enough to draw a reference in Ralph Ellison's 1948 classic, The Invisible Man.
This line about white hatefulness was shown in the 1960's to be part of the standard Communist repertory of billboard issues, when Communist "intellectual" Susan Sontag issued the defi, in 1966 in a major newsweekly, "The Caucasian race is the cancer of the planet." She, of course, as a Jew, being conspicuously Caucasian herself. (Way to throw your own people under a bus for the Cause, Susan. Forward!!)