You see I don't think you do.
The Prophets taught that black people will only be servants in heaven - do you believe that?
this is so disingenuous...even for you.
First, it is abundantly clear that this is not what the Church, prophets, or Scriptures teach.
Second, though the curse of Ham is not exclusive to the Mormon church, it must be recognized that you are way off the reasonable base here.
Your logic is absurd, as usual.
One can easily state that they believe in America and its leaders...
But it was also "taught" by American presidents, senators, and school teachers that blacks were inferior and should not be allowed to use the same drinking fountain as others....and that Irish and Chinese were going to ruin our way of life....
This does not mean that one "believes" that today.
For as you are so blissfully unaware of what is taught by the Church:
President Gordon B. Hinckley :"Now I am told that racial slurs and denigrating remarks are sometimes heard among us. I remind you that no man who makes disparaging remarks concerning those of another race can consider himself a true disciple of Christ. Nor can he consider himself to be in harmony with the teachings of the Church of Christ...Throughout my service as a member of the First Presidency, I have recognized and spoken a number of times on the diversity we see in our society. It is all about us, and we must make an effort to accommodate that diversity. Let us all recognize that each of us is a son or daughter of our Father in Heaven, who loves all of His children. Brethren, there is no basis for racial hatred among the priesthood of this Church. If any within the sound of my voice is inclined to indulge in this, then let him go before the Lord and ask for forgiveness and be no more involved in such."
No person will be judged by the fallible ideas or policies of men; "the keeper of the gate is the Holy One of Israel, and he employeth no servant there
(2 Nephi 9:41).
I honestly believe you ignore the Church today because you prefer the Church of 1950 or 1900 - which if you lived in that era your opinions would be vastly different than what they are today.....but still likely inadequate.