reply to post by RoderickBateman
To you, I might be a little foolish.That's ok. You, on the other hand seem to lack a bit in the reading department, as I have specifically addressed
the "every nation has done something to some other nation" issue.
Correct me, however, if I'm wrong, but doesn't genocide mean the killing of a certain population, based solely on them being of a certain ethnicity?
Doesn't killing also mean that the individual killed would have to be alive to begin with?
Those allegedly murdered White children never lived. They never exsisted. Mixed people are mixed from conception and mostly by their parents'
choice.So, tell me, how exactly is that genocide?
By claiming that voluntary "blood mixing" is "genocide", you offend those who have really suffered and died.
There are recognized genocides that have been comitted against white people and children. The Holocaust was against mainly White people. The Armenian
genocide, the genocide comitted by Christian Serbs against Moslem Bosnians in former Yugoslavia.Maybe you won't want to recognize those, because they
were comitted by Whites against Whites. It doesn't diminish their validity.
And no, I have nothing against White people, as I have already mentioned. I believe in the beauty of every culture and the equality of all people.
As a matter of fact, while I look a certain way and I am of a certain descent, I see myself as a human, earthling, Homo Sapiens Sapiens.
I am equally "proud", (for lack of a better word), of all accomplishments of all people, as I see myself as one of them.
That doesn't mean though that I will deny anything that has happened or try to twist the truth to fit my needs and my momentary degree of self-pity.