posted on Sep, 19 2009 @ 01:35 AM
Here is what I would say to him and those like him.
The price you pay. If you could only see what I see.
Do you know the feeling that you get when look at ads or things they show from the times of slavery in America (slave for sale, must be returned to
owner, etc.)? When you see things about endentured labor taken from Europe, kidnapped from their families? The Nazi propaganda machine during WWII and
how they portrayed the Jews, talked about them, hated them and publicly and openly defamed them? All these can be put in a history book. Let's say
for example, the age of nationalism, the age of liberalism, the age of imperialism, now I'll tell you about the age that's here, the next chapter in
the history book-- the age of extremism and radicalism.
Like every good age in history has to have its leading men, the bad guys, the ones our children and grandchilren will point at and say, "See how it
used to be?"
Can you believe that? Let's hope it never happens again. Just like your Neros, your Hitlers, and of course every jump in evolution has its Roman
Colusseum and of course the kinder, nicer and more evolved get thrown to the lions at the order of the bad guys.
Now, what is the price you pay to be the bad guy? If you only knew that forever in history you were going to be labelled and looked at as a freak act,
would you do it? If your descendants will remember you as one of the bad guys, as the example of everything that was wrong with the world at a
particular time, would you do it? For what? For the money? For the fame? For a group? For a people? For a country?
You know that all of the above will deny you as part of them. You know they will say, "He wasn't one of us."
You know they will say, "He was a bad apple. You can't judge us by him."
So you know you don't belong anywhere. You know you're not loved by anybody. You know you hate and you will forever be hated. So why do you do
There might be one exception why and if this is so, then you will be remembered as a hero.
Is it that you don't really mean it? You are doing it so people wake up? So that people see what they look like when they're racist haters? Are you
just making the other side wake up and take action so they can change things? Are you bringing light to things that are hidden? Are you doing it with
good intentions? Are you pushing right to go left?
Good intentions are everything and if these people are really doing something to try to change the system so that there is no more racism, so that
there are no more wars, so that there is no more hate, so that there is no more inequality, then be assured that you will be remembered in a good
light and people will thank you for your sacrifice. It won't be forgotten.
But if you really believe everything you're preaching, all the things you say, be certain that you will regret it. Because when all the hype is done
and all the smoke is cleared and men live in peace, in utopia the only thing that will remain is the memory of one more bad man in a dark age.
FOX News could be a collection library to make sure all these thing are all cataloged and preserved for posterity (File 1: Confederate army talk 1,
Confederate army talk 2; File 2: Confessions of a slave trader galore (pictures and video running 24 hrs for viewing for generations to come)).
Do you want to be part of that? The Horrors of Racism in America starring so-and-so. Warning: Explicit, disgusting, humiliating displays of
hatred and all of those other things we don't practice any more.
The best advice I can give is just walk away and stop doing it. It's just like a drug. Stop!