Thread: Board Apology
#1 Board Apology09-10-2013, 12:03 AM
I would like to apologize for my candor as of late. You guys are right, I have been generalizing and it's wrong. There are scumbags of all stripes just as there are good people of all stripes. Not all blacks are animals and unfortunately it's the minority of blacks who make them all look bad. But what makes me crazy is that there's been a rash of black on white crime and it seems as though no one cares. No calls for restraint from the president, no reporting of it in the MSM. It's sickening and it's driving this country down another dark path and I fear the worst if it's allowed to fester.The Obama Administration: Deny. Deflect. Blame.
SonnabendGuest09-10-2013, 05:31 AMNot all blacks are animals and unfortunately it's the minority of blacks who make them all look bad
09-10-2013, 11:54 AM--Odysseus
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09-10-2013, 12:56 PM
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The majority animosity arises when the dominant culture perceives that there is no or insufficient redeeming value to the subculture. White people are accused of "fearing blacks" or more generally "fearing change". The suggestion is always there that such a fear (more accurately a refusal to surrender) is irrational. It's not irrational to not want to see the country designed and built by your culture to continue. We don't want our country to be Detroit or Mexico City... and yet we have these inexplicable people who call themselves Americans who cheer the destruction of this nation: Noel Ignatiev, Amy Goodman, Howard Zinn, Leonard Jeffries, Frances Cress Welsing, Joy de Gruy, and a whole bunch of Mexican "educators" who call themselves American citizens, Larewnce O'donnel, Chris Hayes....
09-10-2013, 05:37 PMThe Obama Administration: Deny. Deflect. Blame.
09-11-2013, 02:23 AM
It's a puzzle what to do to keep them on the right track and to not turn into thugs. I saw enough thugs in St Louis when I went about my job selling office equipment to the feds and to local governments. I saw first hand when I went into the prison, with many of the friends of the "residents" waiting on the steps outside. I was lucky that I wasn't mugged in all the years when I went into some pretty scary places.
Our society needs to prevent somehow the kids going from the sweet litle ones, eager to learn, into the gangster wannabes. This isn't necessarily race specific. I had taught in a school immediately after graduating from college with all whites. It was scary, lots of knives in school, stealing the teachers' cars, etc. With these kids, too, it all boiled down to a lack of parental involvement.
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09-11-2013, 03:42 AM
I never apologize. I'm sorry, I just don't.Be Not Afraid.
09-11-2013, 10:00 AM
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Just so you'll know, I do care about black on white crime. I also think gang crime is a terrible problem (which is mostly not white people). As it is, I've stopped taking certain routes to work because the gang violence in the area is getting too rough. Drove by what turned out to be a drive by shooting just a week or two ago. Don't know if the victim was black or white, but it was scary. I understand what you're saying about other races committing crimes and others (especially the media) acting like they don't care. I've also found it frustrating at times.
I'm for Obama restraining (you mean Syria, right)? I think most Democrats and liberals are for him restraining. I can't speak for the others, but the reason I haven't participated in any open protests is mostly because they're led by answer and I'm just not as stupid as I used to be. I'm also trying to be respectful toward anybody who might have to go out there.
09-11-2013, 11:24 AM
I've started ignoring some of the comments I view as racist that you've made and chalk a lot of it up to your work environment getting to you.
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