reply to post by QuetzalcoatlAlien
reply to post by The Old American
It is appauling how the word "racism" has rapidly evolved into an epithet that systematically ensures individuals and specific groups are censored
from debating and discussing important social and political matters that directly or indirectly address the issue of race in American society.
Democratic societies have historically depended upon the free exchange of compeating ideas. When a democracy ceases to allow the public to discuss
important matters without fear of repurcussions, that particular society has been deprived of an essential aspect of its freedom (i.e. the ability of
citizens to collectively determine the shape of their society and its future development). I realize that the issue of race, is controversial,
however, I additionally realize that few political decisions of historical significance have occurred that were devoid of an extremely controversial
Since the mid-twentieth century, the American society has dramatically altered its traditional beliefs about the significance that race plays within
society. While our national intelligensia and media have praised and lauded the changes, many Americans are beginning that the legacy of the American
Civil Rights movement has progressed far beyond the acquisition of equal economic opportunities for American Blacks. The legislative legacy of the
American Civil Rights movement is dispossing the majority of Americans who are European descent of their ability to control and determine the future
of the nation that their ancestors established and built.
In the 1960s, Whites (Americans of European origin) accounted for approximately slightly less than 90% of the populace. However, after the Johnson
Administration passed the Immigration and Naturalization Act of 1964 to bring American immigration policy in conformity with the Civil Rights Act of
1964 thus abolishing the quota system that had been maintained by the Immigration and Naturalization Act of 1952 passed by the Eisenhower
Administration nearly more than a decade earlier. This immigration policy of supporting non-European immigration from the Third World has resulted in
millions of men and women who historically and culturally have no connection with either the United States or the traditions of Western Civilization
to flood into our nation. Consequently, we shouldn't be suprised by the fact that White Americans are rapidly approaching a point where they will
cease to be a demographic minority, and thus be dispossed of the ability to decide the future of the United States. It should be patently clear that
growing amount of immigrants who are coming into the United States both legally and illegally are not adopting American culture and are forging their
own cultural enclaves within the country.
White Americans have not mobolized en mass to politically combat the dispossession of their country by a growing myriad of non-Western ethnic groups,
because they have been forced into a submissive state radical egalitarians (i.e. liberals) who use "racist" as an epithet to label heretical
individuals due to the refussal to laud multiculturalism and diversity as cultural values (i.e. the ideological orthodoxy of cultural suicide) for
merely insenuating that certain laws that are leading this great nation to disasterous consequences should be dramatically reformed and reconsidered.
While I do not support Ron Paul as a political candidate, I emphatically support his First Amendment right to disuss subjects that are ignorantly
considered taboo by cultural philistines (i.e. liberals) and conservatives who have yet to free themselves of the shackles of political correctness.
If you doubt that race is not an important issue, I beg you to listen to talk-radio; the amount of "double talk" that occurs in our society is
astounding. The racial dimensions of contemporary problems are hidden underneath a complex lexicon of socially acceptable terms and words. I think
that is high time that we had a open and honest discussion about race in the United States, I think that if the average person knew the depth of the
discontent that many people have toward the current direction of American society it would absolutely 'blow their mind.'
In conclusion, who cares if Dr. Paul is a "rascist?" Dismissing someone's political views because they are brave enough to discuss race is absurd,
irrational, and contrary to the cornerstone of democratic society - free speach. If he in fact has certain racialist views, he should be allowed to
discuss those views openly, and let each member of the public decide for themselves whether they support or condemn those views on an individual
P.S. - Martin Luther King Jr. was known a Marxist, an adulter, and an alcoholic. The fact that he has his own federal holiday is abhorrent. In a just
society the public would have access to thousands of documents that are currently sealed by court order that demonstrate that MLK was not someone that
your children should be instructed to emulate, that he was not a saintly person, and that if anything he was a wolf in sheeps clothing that should
have been rightly (and in all likelyhood eventually will be) condemned to historical obscurity.