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Racist Anti-Racism

Motherofthree Wrote: Oct 14, 2012 8:28 AM
I disagree with the concept that the "new racisim" is better than the old hate ....if my 6 year old comes home and feels like he should be arrested or ashamed because some book at school said that white people are bad, or if white people need to worry about walking through certain neighborhoods because of young mobs looking for fun- there is nothing better or less hateful about it. It may not have reached the level of widespread acceptance, but that doesn't mean it won't. Instead of making excuses for small minded bigots using,"he looks like me excuses", we should shame them they way we would any skin head or white's exactly the same brand of hate.
sdeal Wrote: Oct 14, 2012 9:09 AM
Get the Documentary "Monumental" by Kirk Cameron. It is about the Granite Statue left behind by our Pilgrim Fathers. It resides in a Massachusetts Suburb. Anyone can go see it.
Why has not the Media even referred to it in passing? Because the name of the Statue is "The Path to Liberty".
It shows what must be done by People, (not a government) to gain Liberty. Of course the Progressives are rabid against this.....

October 14, 2012

Could there be something to the Hegelian dialectic, after all?

You remember what Marx saw in Hegel’s philosophy of history: thesis, antithesis, synthesis; rinse; repeat.

I think a lot of voters (particularly white voters) were hoping we had got as far along as the rinse cycle, what with the election of Barack Obama and all (racist America elects a BLACK man!), but I’ve got this hunch we’re not nearly so far down the dialectical slalom.

Racism is still with us — even official racism. It’s just taken...