posted on Dec, 14 2003 @ 10:19 PM
Racism is probably the most misunderstood word out there now, except for 'anti-semetic.'
First of all I have asked the question here before and unless I missed it, no one has attempted to answer it.
Why do people think races exist?
If you believe in god then you must believe this is part of god's plan. If you do not believe in god then there must be an explanation that resolves
issues of selection etc.
If you believe in alien intervention then you must believe in other reasons also.
There are differences between people there is no doubt about it. The differences may not be great and they can be minimalized via socialization and
other means but they still exist if even to a lesser degree. The evidence is plain to see.
That does not mean that a man or woman should be condemned due to their appearance for any reason.
Myself I judge people based upon their own self, their own person. This makes a lot of sense because it allows me to avoid hating someone because of
how they look but also recognize that they are in some ways different.
Genetics will prove this true, that there are differences between races but at this point in time the controllers of the world desire integration more
than anything else.
The races will come togther and are in the first world. A new race will eventually be produced. What is to happen with everyone else is a bigger
The reverse hatred that anti-racist forces have bred in many people is the greater fear now, the leverage that allows the globalists to accelerate
their plans with no criticism.
If this is god's plan then so be it, but God desires free-will so they say, and God would not force this down people's throats, thus I tend to
believe that this is evil works rather than good works by implementation. In the long-run good will come of this but also evil as I see it and it is
the evil that everyone misses.
It is the same with the topic of globalization in general, there are good points and bad points. Winners and losers in globalization.