posted on May, 21 2010 @ 08:07 PM
Way before we had race, or sex relations laws, the human mind in both Britain and America had learned to value political freedom. So if today a
Washington University, professor, says...
"The diversity movement is racist at its core," he writes. "When dealing with people, we should be concerned with intellect, talent,
character and accomplishment. People aren't dogs or cattle; race matters only to racists."
Then he should not loose his job helping the U.S Energy Department, tackle the BP oil spill. But...
A.J. Bockelman, director of the pro-gay St. Louis advocacy group PROMO, applauded the decision to remove Mr. Katz.
"It's disappointing at a time like this that when all Americans need to come together and focus on relief efforts and recovery efforts in the Gulf,
someone divisive was placed in a position of power," Mr. Bockelman said.
Personally I still hope the future is one where anyone can believe anything they like (no matter how "offensive" or "wrong" it may be) without
facing any kind of lawful, persecution. Just providing they never engage in, or promote the murder of our own citizens.
The same media that controls the fate, of those parties in government, also educates us what to think about the Nazies. But was this man loosing his
post, a case of our state, mimicking the Nazies?