Tag Archives: race

Thoughts on an event that took place in a Facebook group: “media-based hysteria” and “America’s unresolved racial issues”

Something happened recently on Facebook that was quite interesting.  I had started a group many years ago.  For years, there were only a small number of us in it.  Sometime in the middle of 2013 there all of a sudden … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the ‘impersonal unfamiliarity’ sense – the apprehension of people we can’t relate to

I have always questioned the belief that people treat people of other races differently for malicious reasons, such as ‘hatred’.  Then they come up with all these accusatory terms like ‘racist’, ‘bigot’, and so on to give it an even … Continue reading

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Thoughts on how culture, and what it produces, are intimately bound with race

Some time ago I got into an interesting discussion with someone.  Basically what I said is that if the US is taken out of the White American Male’s hands it’s probably going to fall apart. Why is this? Because this … Continue reading

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