Post Number: 1582
|Posted on Monday, January 15, 2007 - 08:50 am: |
but if one is NOT labeling a group of people as a lower species then it is relevant, is it not.
In other words, I am not participating in a form of chavinism that you adversary embraces. I am also not unwilling to be critical of blacks, as you call us.
Whether what I said is typical or not is irrelevant. The question is, does it make sense, does it have validity, is it reasonable.
In general, Asians are not shot 50 times, or sodomized, or shot while reaching for their wallets the way an African, w.indian, or a black person would be. This vertiable fact, makes a comparison between blacks [of any ethnicity or nationality] w/Asians a comparison between apples and oranges. The comparison can be made, but with a kind of nuance to which many are unwilling to commit.
I hope that my theory does not come true. If it does means that in general black people[africans, w.indians, and 'blacks'] are still divided and are unable to make a dent in global and US racism.