posted on Dec, 5 2013 @ 04:52 PM
I think it is one thing to be proud of your ancestry, your heritage, your history, where you came from and what your family has done that you stem
from. We carry our family names for a reason.
But it's another thing to just think "white pride" is anything. You were born, you don't get to choose what skin you were born into.
It's luck of the draw.
Having said that I absolutely believe there is a great divide in how people are treated based on skin colour and that it is very much swayed against
whites in this day and age despite the constant accusations that it's a white man's world. It's bloody well not, you know. The old thinking is
outdated, frowned upon and castigated wherever it is found, yet it is used as reasoning to continue 'affirmative action' when no such action should
two people of equal ability should not be treated differently based on skin colour. Anything that prevents one from achieving something the other can
achieve, is a detriment and wrong. Be it legislation that should be fought, or bigotry that should be combated.
But not implemented by design so that one has less to overcome than the other, because of physical characteristics.
So if group A want a group A only club, that denies group B from participating simply by the colour of their skin, I say cram it with wallnuts,
Level playing fields work great in the past where it was policy to keep people in segregated castes. Level playing fields today create inequality and
entitlement. Self empowerment goes a long way to creating equality. Not policy based on fixing the past.
IF someone says that group A NEEDS a special segregated club in order to participate in society, what they're effectively saying is that without that
segregation, they are less than everyone else who can manage on their own...