- Aug 8, 2017
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I think certain kinds of racism can be proven. I live in the southwest, not terribly far from the Mexican border.So, bottom line is Nobody can prove racism is real? Ether here or in a court of law? Just allege it, then pretend its real. Because you say so? Wrap your mind around THAT. Reality is based on the lowest common denominator. Or just allegations not FACTS. Not actual independent facts. Just what ever liberal progressives say?
I was once working on a security system at a travel agency. A nearby employ, at her desk, began talking to me.
She said the agency owns some nice apartments in Mexico, available as short term rentals. Then she added, in a loud 'whisper,' "And, we don't rent them to "them." Meaning, Mexican people. That, I would certainly consider racist.
Years later, I stopped at a mobile home park across the street from where I worked.
One of the residents told me it was a great park, "and, they don't rent to Mexicans." He sounded very proud of this. I would surely call this policy racist.