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Racism is here to stay...like always...

As it depends upon whom is in power.

Gamla Hälsingebock
post 12.Nov.2012, 11:11 PM
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It seems that now we have many more laws for minorities...isn't it supposed to be equal for all...why couldn't that happen?

Any way racism is built into the human condition...it just varies by who/what is on top in it's application

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post 13.Nov.2012, 03:11 PM
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QUOTE (Gamla Hälsingebock @ 12.Nov.2012, 10:11 PM) *
... Any way racism is built into the human condition...it just varies by who/what is on top in it's application. ..

Which is obvious to me and you. But it is equally obvious to other people that human nature is whatever we wish to make it. We have a fundamental split in perspectives.

Now, im not entirely aware of Thomas Sowells views on racism but he described this split rather well. Why the same people consistently end up on different sides of disparate disputes.

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post 13.Nov.2012, 03:39 PM
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About the fox article itself. From my perspective this is happening all over the western world. That various political players unite all disparate groups against the majority. And by this process gain immense power. And cause terrifying destruction to our societies.

Two things are vital to this strategy. To splinter society as much as possible. They divide anything whole into different parts. They turn women against men, homosexuals against straight, cityfolks agains rural folks, ethnic minorities against ethnic majorities etcetera. A huge concentrated effort to divide and rule. To gain power it is vital to this strategy to have large immigration since the peoples of Europe where too united for this strategy to be very effective otherwise. The same is true in the united states to a large extent.
Furthermore, they must make it tabu to criticize this development. Through the process of political correctness and its legal tail.
lindybeige makes a funny video about political correctness on youtube:

It could be described as "the Rule of the Journalist". Because the control and dominance of media has been vital to the triumph of this strategy. Maybe that is the only way that media can excecise power, by turning people against one another? And slandering anyone who uses critical thinking?
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