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A Racial Revolution?

Bob4419 Wrote: May 19, 2012 3:29 PM
-- But the unambiguous distinctness of objectification implies a negation of causation, since the ability of one thing to affect another entails a kind of existential dependency of one thing on another, violating existential distinctness. Though in practical thought, we simply skip over this problem, the negation of causation, and hence, the attractive connectedness that holds ordinary-sized material things together, was the basis of Hume's radical skepticism, and via Husserl, the basis of "post"-modernism.

Now that census data show -- for the first time in American history -- the number of white babies born exceeded by the number of babies born to non-white minorities the question is: What does this mean for the future of American society?

Politically, it means that minorities who traditionally vote overwhelmingly for Democrats can ensure that the country veers ever further to the left over the years, making America more like the welfare states of Europe, whose unsustainable spending led ultimately to financial crises and widespread riots.

But this is not strictly a matter of whites versus non-whites....