Discussion in 'Race Relations/Racism' started by eternaltrue, Oct 30, 2012.
It comes from fear
No, it comes from being awake and aware, which is the reason I carry a pistol whenever I venture outdoors, and why my mental condition is always yellow. I know what's outside on the streets. Do I fear it, the big bad Boogeyman? No. But at the same time, I know it's there and what it's capable of, and so rather than pretending it doesn't exist and bury my head in the sand, I keep the Beretta or the Ruger or the Glock strapped to my hip. I wish we lived in a utopia where everyone was the same and knew how to get along with decency and respect. But that's not the world I'm living in. I don't fear black people. I understand them.
Fear? Like fear boooo?
I thought it came from ignorance.
Yes, that's true. fear is more what one feels for a tarantula spider....
Ignorance AND fear.
I think she meant fear, as in mental and emotional fear...fear of what is not known, or truly understood.
Look out!!!!!!!!!! the boogieman will get ya'
What Happens if it holds some truth?
Blacks going around stealing and beating up white people is what I call racism.
Indeed. They even have names for some of their degenerate behavior. One is the "knockout game," where they simply approach an innocent white person minding his own business and sucker punch him. I try my best not to think violent thoughts, but if a roaming pack ever tried to pull that game on me, I don't think they would find it funny. Somebody's going in the ground.
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