‘The Truth Is’: New York Times editorializes on racism, violence in ‘The Dark Knight Rises’

“The truth is that we live in a time when our politics are so polarized that it’s not surprising that we see white people as being in control.

I’m not talking about the people who live in the city.

I don’t mean the people living in the suburbs.

I mean the white people in the state of New York.

But I’m talking about those who live outside the city, who live at the margins of our society.”

“We live in an age in which a lot of white people, particularly people who are wealthy and privileged, have been able to get away with being white,” she continued.

“That’s what’s been going on.

It’s a very, very sad situation.

The truth is, white people are in charge.

It doesn’t matter what anyone else says.”

“If you look at this year in the polls, I think the numbers have been really really low.

People are not saying, ‘Oh, my God, I can’t vote.’

They’re not saying that they can’t support Donald Trump or they can get behind Bernie Sanders.

They are not seeing the racism, they are not the hate crimes that people are seeing in other parts of the country.”

“So I think it’s important to take a look at what we are in, because what we’re seeing is the exact opposite of what we want to see.

And I think we have to be more than just a little bit angry, because that’s the only way we can change things.””

And then there’s this question, where do you get that anger, that anger that you feel in that environment?

How do you channel that into a way that makes a difference?

And that is, I don´t know if you can answer that question.

That is my only answer.

But there is one answer: If you look around the world, white, brown, and black people are not speaking up.

We have to take care of everybody. “

We have to keep saying that this is not just a white problem, this is a black problem, and this is an economic problem.

We have to take care of everybody.

And we have a moral obligation to do that.””

The truth that we need to talk about is that racism is not limited to race.

And the truth is it’s everywhere, from the people at the top of the food chain to the people in your kitchen.

And racism is in everything,” she concluded.

“I think the truth, I mean, the truth that is needed is that white people have to start speaking up.”

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