One has to understand that this persisting problem that the great scholar W.E.B. Du Bois termed “the problem of the twentieth-century” does not lay at the feet of Black America. Racial bias, hatred, and bigotry emanate from a White America that has never retreated from a haughty colonial position that it is “either their way or the highway” for those who oppose their worldview and politico-economic monopolies. Truthfully, it is easy to compose a convincing argument that White America’s addiction to Opiates is secondary to a viral infection passed to a white fetus by their mother and reinforced by all they encounter during their life. The foremost symptom of the alluded to viral infection is racial bigotry and a lifetime dedication to white world supremacy via politics, business, and education. When one considers the repeated chicanery surrounding elections, it appears that the unspoken mantra of Whites seeking to hold onto their power by any means necessary is “If you ain’t cheating, you ain’t trying.