- Dec 8, 2011
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What actions do you refer to?The Left is correct that the Right enables its blatantly obvious elements by refusing to speak out and hold them accountable for their actions,
Virtually every time you post to or about me, you purposely misrepresent my positions.
What actions do you refer to?
10 white people who met in prison hold a demonstration where they burn a cross?
thats repulsive but it physically harms no one
unlike black people rioting and looting stores and/or burning them down
you have too much difficulty balancing your scales of justice so that both sides appear to be equally guilty
I don't know of anything. About the best the left have is to teach in our schools that white people are privileged and that social injustice is rampant and that all white people are racists. If they succeed at that then white people will learn from an early age the error of their ways.
I accurately summed up your position in the last paragraphyou have too much difficulty balancing your scales of justice so that both sides appear to be equally guilty
Biden signed three executive orders on his first day in office to improve race relations and racial equality. What else were you wanting?As someone who sees PLENTY of room for improvement on BOTH ends of this issue, I'm finding myself getting more and more frustrated (and, full disclosure, confused) about it.
With regards to "race relations" and/or "a national conversation on race", I'm seeing neither. What I am seeing is precisely the same kinds of behaviors on both ends of the issue: Continued airing/droning of grievances and efforts to gain any advantage over the other side, from voting laws to statue removal (?).
I'm starting this thread in the CDZ because I'd really like to see if we can have a (relatively) civil and (far more importantly) interesting conversation here.
So: Is anything being done to actually improve race relations? If so, how's that working out?
You're right that personal interactions are a big part of the solution, getting to know and have feelings for people of all backgrounds. You know it, I know it, the race baiters in the MSM, in the White House, in the Democratic Party, and even the leftist and Democratic race baiters on this board all know it and that is why all of them continue to try to divide and instigate.I've read most of the posts in this thread - skipping a few.of the longest posts because they're too painful to read on a phone.
What I've seen is what I see here every day - and what I hear on talk radio and on TV news.
Most of us think we (and those who agree with us) are correct in our views, and that we alone know how to solve the problems under discussion.
And we think that other individuals and groups who do not agree with us are wrong, and are the source of all the problems.
So we point fingers, insult each other, accuse others of being racists, and we continue talking in circles and accomplishing nothing.
I agree with an earlier poster who said most progress will be made through one to one interactions. Getting to know others as individuals, while avoiding all contact with troublemakers and worthless thugs.
Imo, BLM, CRT whores, Jesse Jackson type whiners, rioters and looters are doing incredible damage and vastly increasing the racial divisions at every level of our society.
I think we're in for a long, rough ride. Seatbelts should be used. And a whispered prayer might help.
Biden signed three executive orders on his first day in office to improve race relations and racial equality. What else were you wanting?