posted on Sep, 22 2013 @ 10:13 AM
reply to post by purplemer
I'm fine with driving them out, as long as every community that houses the Black Panthers, LGBT Pride groups (since they claim that their sexual
preference is the same as being born of a particular race) and any other "racial pride group" chase those groups out as well; otherwise, who is
being intolerant if that doesn't happen?
This group has done nothing more than move into a town, hoping to draw more people of their particular mindset to the area. They haven't
"terrorized" anyone. Until these people actually do something illegal, singling them out is as wrong as it gets in my opinion.
Quite frankly, this whole situation is the same thing as a Black Panther's group moving into an all white neighborhood. Try to imagine a news article
like this one being written about that.
Yeah, that's what I thought. It's ridiculous, because said article would never
The real catch-22 of free speech is that you won't always agree with what you hear, and you
are the one that has to adapt to things that you
do not agree with, not the other way around.
To qualify what I'm saying, I am currently in an interracial marriage, with a bi-racial child.