posted on Mar, 25 2011 @ 07:43 AM
reply to post by Rockpuck
Perhaps I'm just a little confused. As a white male born only a little more than 2 decades ago, why should I have to feel guilty about my
heritage? Why is it wrong for me to be proud of being white, our history and of our culture, and to dare call it what it is -- white?
Don't fret, your kids will probably grow up as a minority, so they will be able to learn about white history, and the downfall of the white
civilization, and by the time you have grandkids, regular ol' white folks will probably be written about in history books and celebrated for their
perseverence and the comeback they are trying to make.
If the next 2 censuses follow the same trend, and if illegal immigrants get any type of amnesty, then it is almost guaranteed that white folks will be
a minority soon enough. Realistically, there should be a "mixed heritage" category, and it should far outnumber all the other categories. Right
now, if you are half-white and half black or hispanic, or native american, or any other mixture of those, then you can pick whatever you want to
I have a friend, born and raised and raised in Columbia, by Columbian parents, and his whole family identified themselves as "Amerian Indian" on the
census? His mother does not like to be called hispanic, even though they speak spanish, they are proud of their native history in Columbia, so she
said Native (South) American was the closest fit. Maybe it was?
The Census is BS, but at least it will only take one or two more, before white folks will have a legitimate claim to equal rights!!