posted on Nov, 5 2020 @ 03:35 PM
My granddaughter said just because I have had black, native American, and hispanic friends does not mean I am not racist. I gave her father a job and
he was getting paid more than he should have been because he was my son in law and he is Hispanic. My brother in law was almost black too, he was
from Micronesia, real nice guy, came from a different culture but the micronesians were actually fun loving people who did get in some trouble if they
drank too much.
For years my best friend was an Indian. and I hung around with an Indian boy when I was a kid. Not many blacks around our town back those days, so
how can a kid have a black friend if there are none there. I have known some really nice black people and I have known some downright jerky and pushy
black people. Yet my granddaughter says I am now racist....WTF, just because I believe a person who attacks a cop with a gun or knife should be shot
and that person is black, so I am racist because the deranged jerk was black. Racism runs both ways, just because my Granddaughter is one percent
black she thinks she is aligned with the blacks. She is by far mostly European. but twenty five percent native American because her dad's mother is
guatamalan pure blood.
Her perception is all messed up, she believes I am racist because I asked if her friend is half Indian, she corrected me saying she is full native
American. Sorry, but when I grew up my friends were Indians. They complain that teams with the name Indian in them need to be changed because Indian
is their name, but we have to call them Native American ?????WTF
By the way, I still have a half a dozen Indian friends and they are proud of being Indians yet, because they know of their herritage, they actually
refer to themselves as Cherokee or Ojibwa or other groups, but as a whole the older ones talk about the Indian way of life. Some of the old Natives
are having to change their speech too, the young now want them to call themselves Native Americans. They are resisting and think that is immaterial,
their tribe name is important to them. They refer to themselves as the first nation.
The strange part is that I actually have had more Native American friends than my granddaughter has had.
We are all pawns in our society, surfs to those who desire power and wealth. Except of course those with the power and wealth, they run things, they
make the rules, they structure society. Now a different group of people are trying to seize power, they are just as bad as those who are in power,
they use the words racist and not politically correct....think about this, politicians always lie, so politically correct means you use language to
twist the truth and it has rules to follow in how you twist it or you are labeled as a liar if not done to their exact rules. The deceivers are using
politically correct as a way of crushing opposition to their authority they want us to believe they have....kind of sounds like a twist of Nazism to