Are you a racist?
By definition (which by the way is: the belief that races have distinctive cultural characteristics determined by hereditary factors and that this endows some races with an intrinsic superiority over others. Courtesy of Dictionary.com) really doesn’t explain anything, because racism has become a tool or perhaps it always has been.
To be fair, I grew up in a multicultural society (of sorts), I was an army brat, so we were all green, not green like environmentalists more of a OD [olive drab] Green. If you grew up an army brat you would know what I was talking about, even when my dad was stationed in the US, we were hanging out with other army kids, and other army families or retirees, at absolute best, if you will, civilians who worked for the military (who were mostly ex-military). My wife is an army brat too. Growing up, we never saw any signs of racism, to be honest, it was pretty idyllic life to grow up in, sure dad worked (outrageous hours at times) and we experienced terrorism, hate crowds, anti-Americanism, and a fair share of deprivation, yea things were actually rationed back then, nothing I can say I missed, but hey I can whine, right? Needless to say, we all went to the same schools, played football together, hung out, and dated. The closest thing that you could say divided us, would be the few kids who had a mum who was a foreign national, German, Korean, Vietnamese, English, being the most common but seemingly endless, only because they had a slightly different view on things then kids whose mums were American. Before you ask, besides a few Mexican families I didn’t know of any people who had a father who was a FN (foreign national). But we really wouldn’t have cared anyway, because they were green.
Even when I was in the military, I never seen any signs of racism, maybe I wore rose colored glasses.
Here is the thing though, the level of racism, has skyrocketed, you see it everywhere now. In our popular culture, in our schools, in our main stream media (you know the propaganda people), so is it perception or fact? I think that the majority of it is perception, a tool of the statists to crush opposition and to keep everyone at each others throats, but with that said, racism is a self-fulfilling prophecy.
The accusation of racism is so condemning the only thing that comes close to it, is accusing someone of child molesting. While it should be, it seems that the statists have hi-jacked the race issue to cause rifts not heal them. We all love and admire Dr. Martin Luther King Jr (that horrendous Soviet style monstrosity aside, to say nothing of the absurd partial quote), but they even have the nerve to use the good Reverends name to promote their hatred.
I never could understand why anyone would believe the lies that the statists spread or how they could have the nerve to spout some of things that they do, then it hit me (I’m slow like that), they are the racists, they say those racists things about their enemies because they believe them, they think like that, so they attempt to alleviate their guilt by projecting it upon anyone who stands in their goal of creating a socialist utopia, well for us it would be a dystopia.
So the next time you see someone accuse someone of racism, evalutate the situation and the people involved before making a decision, and remember racism (and any form of discrimination) can be against any group, contrary to the crap that spouts from liberals mouths.
That is one thing, that AG Holder is correct about, (probably the only thing that has ever left his mouth that was the absolute truth, what a evil, corrupt, little troll), America is afraid of having a honest discussion of race, and more importantly racism, and contextualize it correctly.
So to not be a racist, all you have to do is JUDGE a person by the content of their character, NOT the color of their skin. Pretty easy, right? So all those propaganda mouth pieces who call freedom loving Americans, racists, are racists or ignorant, probably both.