“In the current American and global economic crisis, a Black president creates fantasies and false expectations… [It] gives a new veneer to the political system of the decomposing United States whose representatives are despised and hated [throughout] the entire world. This also creates an illusion of a solid bourgeoisie democracy where the black and the white, the poor and the rich, have the same rights and the same opportunities, including being able to become the most powerful man in the land.
An imperialist state such as America isn’t transformed from bad to good only because its president has dark skin. Social classes have nothing to do with ethnicity or social status. You can be white, blonde, black, Chinese, etc. but this does not define your political position within the state or within society.”