posted on Jul, 4 2013 @ 07:26 PM
Originally posted by Emeraldous
I understand that there seems to be a feeling that someone is losing ground to someone else, but it is only natural. I say embrace it, allow for new
ideas to flourish in a heterogenous way. The old ways are gone and cannot come back.
Media bias against whites because the media thinks minorities can't succeed otherwise?
(Not true but the media thinks it is)
Legal bias against whites because affirmative action is the only way minorities and women can succeed?
(Not true but politicians would have you think so.)
Social bias against whites because it's fashionable for everyone to hate the majority?
(Popular people actually believe this.)
Financial bias against anyone who isn't already famous, connected or wealthy but blaming it on whites as long as they aren't famous connected or
Divisive politics that guarantee the powers that be continue to control the vote by inflaming racial hatred?
The continuing manipulation of minorities by wealthy politicians and activists with outrageous broken promises in order to buy a vote?
I wish this wasn't true.
The same old story of "Well, we tried to stick with the plan to make every minority rich and every white person suffer (except for the famous,
connected and wealthy) but things just didn't work out this time. We'll get em next election"?
You know it's true.
I think I'd rather not embrace any of that.
Seems to me that the "ground lost" is in the idea that actual equality would ever be allowed to exist by those that scream the loudest for
edit on 4-7-2013 by badgerprints because: (no reason given)