Re: Genocide can help break down racism?
Posted By: Djehuti In Response To: Genocide can help break down racism? (Ayinde)
Date: Tuesday, 15 June 2004, at 12:37 p.m.
In Response To: Genocide can help break down racism? (Ayinde)
Race mixing erases racism?
Ahum, there has been race mixing in South-Africa for over 350 years, but there is still racism in Azania.
There has been race mixing in the U.S. for over 400 years, but there is still racism in North-America.
There has been race mixing in Brazil for 500 years, but there is still racism in Brazil.
There has been race mixing in India for 4000 years, but unfortunately there is still racism in that subcontinent.
There has been race mixing in the region which we nowadays call the Arab world for over 5000 years, but it can't be denied that there is no racism in the Arab world.
So history shows beyond any doubt that race mixing does not solve the problem of racism. In fact, race mixing makes that problem only much more complex, as other participants have already pointed out eloquently.
Race mixing was a major factor that contributed to the destruction of the Black race in Argentina; the Black Argentines are (virtually) destroyed, but are contemporary Argentines free of racism?
It's gona take bravery to stop (mental) slavery!
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