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Racists will not make America a ‘sundown’ country
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RE: Racists will not make America a ‘sundown’ country
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Rayne  Wrote: (07-12-2018 01:33 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-12-2018 12:39 AM)
The constant divisive rhetoric from the MSM is now wearing thin.

Every other day there is some story about how whitey somewhere did a black person wrong. Yet never a story the other way around.

Really? So the MAGA hat thief didn't go viral? Nor the black woman who beat the hell out of a 92 year old man?

Those things didn't happen?

Completely agree with you. Let's get real, free speech is hate speech and anyone who doesn't think like us should be jailed indefinitely.
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Post: #17
RE: Racists will not make America a ‘sundown’ country
the good thing

is that many of the old racists are dying
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Post: #18
RE: Racists will not make America a ‘sundown’ country
It's in the democrat party's best interest to keep playing identity politics and keep braying about various isms. There are still enough dullards who buy into it.

"Those who would give up essential Liberty, to purchase a little temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety."

-Benjamin Franklin

"Nah...won't happen. We have the blacks on our side. They burn sh*t. And shoot sh*t up."

-Rayne, an LOP liberal
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TicklePickle  Wrote: (07-12-2018 02:18 AM)
The racist hysteria has reached full-retard levels.
No one's being lynched, no one's being discriminated against.

People should just accept the fact that most people have their own biases and preferences, some of which are based on racial background. Get use to it folks, it's not going away.

I hate kids. Sadly nobody but you understands my desire to scream at c*nt kids running riot in restaurants.
Thanks for the support TP.
Kiddie hate is a hard sell these days.



“As democracy is perfected, the office of president represents, more and more closely, the inner soul of the people. On some great and glorious day the plain folks of the land will reach their heart's desire at last and the White House will be adorned by a downright moron.”


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Post: #20
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-12-2018 02:20 AM)
Rayne  Wrote: (07-12-2018 01:33 AM)
Really? So the MAGA hat thief didn't go viral? Nor the black woman who beat the hell out of a 92 year old man?

Those things didn't happen?

Completely agree with you. Let's get real, free speech is hate speech and anyone who doesn't think like us should be jailed indefinitely.

Damn right.
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Post: #21
RE: Racists will not make America a ‘sundown’ country
Spiddy  Wrote: (07-12-2018 02:27 AM)
TicklePickle  Wrote: (07-12-2018 02:18 AM)
The racist hysteria has reached full-retard levels.
No one's being lynched, no one's being discriminated against.

People should just accept the fact that most people have their own biases and preferences, some of which are based on racial background. Get use to it folks, it's not going away.

I hate kids. Sadly nobody but you understands my desire to scream at c*nt kids running riot in restaurants.
Thanks for the support TP.
Kiddie hate is a hard sell these days.

Finally . I can now say it publicly (and stand behind you afterwards chuckle) . I hate the wee bastards . A generation of badly bred , worse-raised , insolent stupid genetic reprints , fired out of the fannys of the "gimme gimme" generation .

Fvck them (Not in a savile way)

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Post: #22
RE: Racists will not make America a ‘sundown’ country
Human races: biological reality or cultural delusion?

The issue of race has been in the news a lot lately with the canning of proposed amendments to Australia’s Racial Discrimination Act, attempts by extremists to commit genocide on cultural minorities in Iraq and a new book by US author Nicholas Wade that has scientists claiming their work was hijacked to promote an ideological agenda.

The idea that races are part of our existence and daily experience, especially those of us living in multicultural societies, seems to be just taken for granted by many people.

But are races real or simply social/political constructs? Is there any scientific evidence they exist in humans? Or are some scientists just being politically correct in denying their existence?

Race in nature

Biologists have used the “race” category for hundreds of years to classify varieties of plants and animals and, of course, humans. It has normally been reserved for geographic populations belonging to a single species, and has often been used as a synonym of “subspecies”.

While the species concept, or definition, has also had its share of controversies, biologists agree that species are real, not arbitrary. They represent reproductively cohesive evolutionary units.

Yet the use of “race” in biology is far from straightforward. It has been controversial for many decades irrespective of which species it has been applied to; human or otherwise.

Ernst Mayr, one of the intellectual giants of biology during the 20th century and a pioneer of the classification of biological diversity, was critical of the use of races and subspecies by taxonomists.

Unlike species, races and subspecies are very fuzzy categories. They lack a clear definition as a biological rank, being arbitrarily and subjectively defined and applied.

Races have been identified on ecological, geographical, climatic, physiological and even seasonal criteria. There are subraces, local races, race populations and microgeographic and macrogeographic races; even “ethnic taxa”.

Races simply aren’t real like species are: species represent genuine “breaks” in nature while races are part of a continuum and can only ever have very arbitrary boundaries.

Their lack of favour in biology today has a great deal to do with a desire to remove subjectivity and fuzzy thinking from the enterprise of classifying nature.
A race to the bottom

The history of scientific racialism has a very chequered history. Many large-scale atrocities and instances of genocide were carried out in the name of race, usually involving notions of the superiority of one race over another, particularly during the 17th through to 20th centuries.

Anthropology was obsessed with race from the 18th to 20th centuries and has a lot to answer for in terms of the part it played in justifying political and ideological racism.

If you doubt for a moment the impact that race has had on many people, just ask an indigenous person anywhere in the world what they think of race.
History doesn’t lie

Putting aside the ethics for a moment, is it legitimate from the biological perspective to apply race to humans? We might consider this from two viewpoints:
  • How would we go about recognising races?
  • How many races might we then identify?

Both questions were the source of regular consternation during the 20th century, and earlier, as anthropology struggled to make sense of – and pigeonhole – the geographic variation seen in humankind around the world.

What evidence was used to identify human races? Well, as it happens, just about anything, and most of it unscientific.

more:
http://theconversation.com/human-races-b...sion-30419

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