Discussion in 'Race Relations/Racism' started by Borat, May 23, 2010.
you can select more than one option !
be honest - the poll is not public.
You should have added; The Tea Party, the entire state of AZ, and My Own Life. You'll see a lot more votes from the left.
I like where at the bottom you gave the option of "I don't hate"
I hate plenty.... Blanket coverage aint my thing though.
Yes, I hate. I hate seeing my cities and nation over ran by third world trash. Learn some respect for the nation your coming in or learn to be hated.
You're gonna carry that weight
Carry that weight
A long time.
Do I feel hate about the black or Jewish colleague I get along with at work? No.
Do I feel hate when a gang of black teenagers gets on the F Train and starts terrorizing everyone on the car? Yes. I think to myself, "We should get a powerful tranquilizer gun and drop every one of these fucking animals, put them in canvas bags, and fly them to a random African country, dump the bags outside a village, slit the canvas so they can crawl out when they come to, get back on the plane, and go home."
Compared to Bernhard Goetz, my policy is liberal.
For me, the issue isn't so much about HATE, it's about societal incompatability generally. In my view, racial and ethnic groups CLASH, they COMPETE FOR RESOURCES, and they have different ways of speaking, acting and interacting that make FORCED ASSOCIATION A NIGHTMARE.
So. I might not "hate" many individual blacks or Hispanics, but that doesn't change the fact of societal incompatability.
Just like you could have a fun moment or two with a guy or gal, but not necessarily be MARRIAGE MATERIAL with them. Doesn't mean you "hate" him or her, just means... you aren't meant to be with them on that level.
In the race debates, people always seem to have trouble grasping this point. If you don't think we should all live together, you must "hate". Nope, sorry. There's a spectrum here. But then, the egalitarian dogmatists aren't very thoughtful.
Harvard professor Robert Putnam found out some surprising things about "diversity" when he took an honest look at it:
The downside of diversity - The Boston Globe
In multiracial or multiethnic societies, people trust each other LESS, not more. And even within a race, people trust less. People "hunker down like turtles," in his phrasing. I certainly experienced this living in NYC for seven years. It's a warzone of racial hate.
It's going to fail.
Yankees, The Yankees, the designated hitter, cranberry anything, tyranny, debt, and a few ex bosses.
That about covers it.
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