History Lesson on Gunnar Myrdal
Look into the face of possibly the nigger's dearest best friend... a Swedish rabbid nigger-loving communist, and someone who American niggers have no clue had a pivital hand in giving the beasts the freedoms they openly abuse today.
Myrdal is best known in the United States for his study of race relations, which culminated in his book An American Dilemma: The Negro Problem and Modern Democracy. The study was influential in the 1954 landmark U.S. Supreme Court Decision Brown v. the Board of Education.
Important note: He became a Social Democratic Member of the Swedish Parliament from 1933. The Social Democratic Party's position has a theoretical base within Marxist revisionism. Its party program interchangeably calls their ideology democratic socialism, or social democracy. The party supports social welfare provision paid for from progressive taxation.
He characterized the problem of race relations as a dilemma because of a perceived conflict between high ideals, embodied in what he called the "American Creed," on the one hand and poor performance on the other. In the generations since the Civil War, the U.S. had been unable to put its human rights ideals into practice for the African-American tenth of its population. His book was cited by the U.S. Supreme Court in its 1954 decision in Brown v. Board of Education, which outlawed racial segregation in public schools (which essentially began the civil rights movement!).
Wanna investigate the root cause of America's downfall today? Just look back at this commie red bastard's influence in America in 1954.
Quote from Gunnar Myrdal: "White prejudice and discrimination keep the Negro low in standards of living, health, education, manners and morals. This, in its turn, gives support to white prejudice. White prejudice and Negro standards thus mutually ‘cause’ each other." (An American Dilemma)