" the differences are not 'irreparable' in MY opinion, if irreparable is taken to mean cannot be remedied."
When you say remedied, I would ask "remedied" to what extent? And which situation is remedied? White indifference/inability to ovas another's point of view and point of reality? or the doing away of the differences between the two races so that they may work together towards a common goal?
So do you think this is possible if for the majority of whites it would mean loosing creature comforts while for Africans it would mean gaining a world of SANITY and physical/economic/social well-being?
Imagine that there are 2 million white people crowded into a stadium and 50 million African and "third world" peoples standing outside of the stadium. Further stipulate that of the 20 million whites standing inside, 20 are able to empathize and realize the benefits they all 2 million hold for just being inside the stadium. If I am among the 50 million standing outside suffering from various mental, social, economic, health, physical ills, I really can't spend my time or energy on the 20 exceptions. Because the the majority are not concerned nor interested in equalizing the scales, I can not be satisfied nor happy about the 20. Because Fiyah pon my tail is Fiyah.
Where I would have respect for the 20 is if they were plotting to make the stadium tumble and fall and allow equity to take place.
Thus I still venture to say that it is "irreparable" because after 400-500 years of downpression, "20" is not enough, just a drop in the bucket. I would much prefer our African scholars teaching and awakening the millions of sleeping consciouses, rather than teaching whites one by one.
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