Seshata, thanks for the response...
As far as compensation goes, you're right, you make very valid points...I'm wondering how a people go about accquiring compensation from a people who refuse to give it up, without resorting to force. I'm also wondering if there is enough of a drive amongst "white people" to turn the tide, as well as enough of a drive amongst "non white people" to accquire it themselves...apathy seems to be the order of the day amongst many peoples.
As far as bi-racial sex acts being the most contributing factor to white supremacy, I'm still wondering how this is the case when, as I was saying, many people engage in sex out of instinctual impulse, with no long term feelings about the others race. They may have become attracted due to their difference in appearance, but many people have sex with those of similar and different appearances, just for the sake of having sex. As I asked before, how can one conclude that there are not more destructive forces at work?
Also, after I provided the quote you requested, I don't think we got back to that. It does seem that you're agreeing that WS is in fact a human construct, am I right? How does the human construct of WS tie into the philosophy that all human ideas and subsequent actions are traceable to the creator?, what does that say to you about the current state of the human relations?
Thanks again for your responses, it's well appreciated...
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