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"That moment. I knew the threat of this nation was unlike any either seen in my lifetime, you you are you're such a pathetic joke. Such a pathetic joke. Actually, you're the greatest threat. In a lifetime. I'm gonna cut from there and go directly to cut six Mr. producer where Joe Biden an NPR nineteen seventy five what he actually actually Sept nineteen seventy-five cut six go. There are those of we social planners who think somehow that if we just subrogate man's individual characteristics and traits by making sure that presently heterogeneous society becomes a totally homogeneous society that somehow we're going to solve our social evils. And quite to the contrary, I think the concept of busing which implicit in that concept is the question you just asked or the the statement within the question, you just asked that we are going to integrate people so that they all have the same access, and they learned to grow up with one another, and and all the rest is a rejection of the whole movement of black pride is a rejection of the entire black awareness. Concept where black is beautiful black culture should be studied and a cultural awareness of the importance of their own density their own individuality. And I think that's a healthy solid proposal. He thinks segregation self segregation. Segregation generally is a health healthy solid proposal. Because he's he's lined up. With these organizations in these groups the whole movement. A whole movement. Now, you can be a guest bounced busing as I would have been. And reject what Joe Biden said and rejected strongly. Strongly. He is rejecting integration assimilation diversity. Among and between people have various races in the statement. That's what he's doing. He's lining up with. What was the black segregationist movement in the sixties and seventies? Nothing wrong with black pride or having bride of your ancestry at all. But that's not what we're talking about. What I'm talking about pride. We're talking about integration assimilation versus segregation. And no segregation is not a matter of black pride. Donald Trump never said anything like this. I am not reworking Joe Biden's words the way they are reworking. Donald Trump's words. And with NPR in one thousand nine hundred seventy five Joe, Biden, cut seven go. I think that part of the reason why."