A Conversation About Racism

Are you a racist? Or are you falling for the lie?


h/t John Friend’s Blog

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2 thoughts on “A Conversation About Racism

  1. Speaking of racism, some time ago I was “meditating” about the definition of a racist. I think there are millions of racist people out there that don’t even know that they are a racist. I’ll try to explain my reasoning. Evolution is defined as something that starts out in a simple form and gradually improves over time. ie; to evolve… right? Now most people that believe in evolution will agree that the black race “evolved” first in Africa and then migrated all over the earth gradually adapting and improving along the way. So if you believe in evolution, then you think the black race is low-man on the totum pole in the evolution of humans or you really don’t know what you believe. I just had to throw my 2 cents worth in….

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      I thought the video was interesting. You and I grew up in a racist town. Many blacks left prior to us being born, because of it. Still remember the stories of blacks being strung up in the top of the old courthouse (altho, I am not sure its a true story, but one used to scare people). I don’t know for sure. But, I remember that the word “nigger” was pretty common, especially before our time.
      I think its a brainwashing. My Grandmother was a wonderful, sweet woman who cared about all people (yes, blacks), but she used the word endlessly. I am past any feeling of fake superiority over another color and as I told you before, I know more white niggers than I do black ones. Why? Cause color really has nothing to do with the character (or lack thereof) of anyone.

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