Re: white and black supremacy
Therein is the irony... in making status in society a determining factor, those social scientists have made it impossible by their calculus for me to make a racist statement.
- Berean Joe
--- In TruthorTradition@yahoogroups.com, applsaucefactory@a... wrote:
> On Tuesday, Jan. 31 at 3:51 AM, berean_joe@y... wrote:
> <<There are some social scientists that maintain that racism should be
> defined within the terms of power in society, effectively meaning that nothing a
> black person in this country says or does should be termed racist. I think this
> is bunk... Racism principally is a thought-process (that may sometimes lead to
> actions), so I think the brothers that claim the supremacy of the African race
> over Caucasians are racist, regardless of whether they have the power to act
> on their convictions.>>
> those of us who agree with those said "social scientists" would say that what
> you have written above is racist- to which you would probably reply- "bunk!"
> - the apple
- Hi safswan, that's great! Yes, I understand,
because at times I also feel that same sadness...
Love in Christ,
> oliswan wrote:I am not upset,not angry,not offended,only a little sad but
> Don't worry Tim,there are no hard feelings on this side,
even more determined to tell what I understand of God's word.