MERIDIAN, MS -- "America is ready for the genuine truths about racism and why the Black and White races can't be in harmony after living together for hundreds of years," asserts author Robert J. Ray. "Now they will know!"
Ray presents his views of the conflict between the Black and White races in his controversial and thought-provoking new book, "The Black and White Race Rationale: Why these two races behave the way they do and the solution to the race problems in America".
According to Ray, "The Black and White Race Rationale" "answers a century and a half of questions of why these two races hate each other."
It reveals the reasons why the white race can excel in America and the black race cannot. It explains the rationale which the white race uses to continue to the live the American dream in this earthly paradise, and why the black race struggles just to survive, after living in the richest country for 183 years as a free people. Why is it that every other race who comes to this country can, in only a few years, have a solid foundation, make lots of money and live this American dream, which is so elusive to a majority of the black race?
Ray explores a variety of divisive issues, exposing how "the Willie Lynch syndrome was interjected into the Africa race on the bank of the James River in 1712 and is still casting a selfish sphere throughout the Black American race" and why "the Black American race of people kill, rape, rob, assault and spit venom on each other more than any other race that has ever lived on this earth."
Before peace and harmony can be fully developed, you must have an understanding of the truth. Aimed at Americans "who are sincere about making America a love thy neighbor country, and people who like to see Martin Luther King's dream become a reality," "The Black and White Race Rationale" offers a look at the truth through one man's eyes.
Robert J. Ray is a professional certified substance abuse counselor and trainer. He has been in the counseling field for over 30 years and currently works at a private prison for dual diagnosis inmates. A family herbalist and a Swedenborgian, Ray enjoys reading, writing plays and movies, and visiting the family farm for solitude.