posted on Aug, 23 2013 @ 07:51 AM
reply to post by butcherguy
I once knew a white supremist who told me why he became one. When he was a kid he lived in the poor part of town. When he walked home from school, all
the black kids ganged up against him and bullied him all the way home because he was white and different from them (and probably because their parents
were okay with this). Unable to defend himself from this group he joined other white kids to protect themselves, and as they got older started to take
retaliatory action against the blacks.
Now the moral of this story is that once one person accepts that they must hate another, because they are different, the different person will notice
those differences as well and hate back. So the black people in this particular story made someone hate them for their race. Because all that white
kid saw was black kids attacking and chastising him. He never got to know these people as human beings.
In this particular OP, the person has every right to say hateful things under our Constitution. However, as a representative or employee of the
government I think we have a right to prohibit his speech where it incites further hatred. Not sure why he has not been fired, but this seems like
something that would happen pretty quickly.