When you wrote that the differences between the races are irreparable I may not be clear on what YOU meant and that is the reason I gave one of the meanings of irreparable in MY response. " Irreparable is taken to mean cannot be remedied."
My point is, if the damage is irreparable, then it is useless to try to repair it and the damaged product could or should be discarded.
Seeing that the attitudes that we fight against are the product of poor nurturing and miseducation then it can be repaired with education therefore it is not irreparable. This has nothing to do with how many Whites or Blacks choose to become educated but this relates to a process and the process is there for repairing.
For example if everyone who drove cars choose not to take them to the mechanics that does not mean the cars are irreparable. It simply means the owners are fools or are unaware there is a process for repairing the damage.
Of course, there is a small number of Whites making the effort and I beg to say that only a small number of Africans avail themselves of proper information also.
The point is the process for educating most Africans is applicable to all other people. It calls for more sensible people to have control of mass media that reaches all corners of the earth. But in reaching all corners we will be also informing Whites and everyone else. (See discussion on reparations)
I am simply acknowledging the reality of addressing the reparable problem ‘en masse’.
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