Re: Putting this reasoning in context
Posted By: Ayinde In Response To: Re: Putting this reasoning in context (livelyup)
Date: Monday, 14 June 2004, at 11:08 p.m.
In Response To: Re: Putting this reasoning in context (livelyup)
I am not the one who suggested that race mixing is a way to help break down racism, and I donít want to believe that you are really asking the victims of racism to wait 5000 years before we can get equal opportunity. What you are proposing here is highly impractical. As I hinted earlier, I am not into peopleís personal relationships, but we do have a general idea of the effects of all this race mixing when the parties involved are ignorant.
It is passing strange for Whites to be telling Blacks that race mixing can help break down racism. See if you can think out how ridiculous that sounds. Try selling that idea to materially rich whites first.
We also do have very recent examples of how those at the head of the capitalist white supremist system, and their servants, treat mixed-race people, like those Brown ones in the Middle East. We also know how the dominant white nations treat even poorer White nations like the Albanians and Serbians. So racism will just give way to MORE unfair Class discrimination and Colorism under White controlled politics. I disagree with your premise although you are quite entitled to it.
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