Race: Eradicate or Alter?

Vert interesting thoughts from a young lady in the UK. Check out the whole post, here’s a couple if excerpts.

What’s the importance and significance of knowing a person’s “race”? Is there even such a thing? Or has it been man-made to brainwash mankind, to keep different races separate from one another?

I think it’d be very hard to imagine a world without racism, if the subject of race is still around. It’s almost impossible to categorise people based on their skin colour, and expect racism to end.

Today, people are looking for change, and have been for centuries. But what will be the driving force? And how can change happen if the one momumental factor dividing humanity is still largely upon us? Race.

The topic of race can be a taboo subject. But should this subject be in existence at all?

Disclaimer: This post is mainly about the term “race” and looking further into the meaning behind it.

We always have to declare our race. If it’s for a passport, job, medically and so on. It’s become engrained in our mentality and everyday life. But should this be the norm? Or are we being caught up in society’s categories?

What’s the importance and significance of knowing a person’s “race”? Is there even such a thing? Or has it been man-made to brainwash mankind, to keep different races separate from one another?

I think it’d be very hard to imagine a world without racism, if the subject of race is still around. It’s almost impossible to categorise people based on their skin colour, and expect racism to end.

What do we gain from the…

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Here are 1,375 well sourced examples of Barack Obama’s lies, lawbreaking, corruption, cronyism, hypocrisy, waste, etc.

Every President, every politician, and every human being tells lies and engages in acts of hypocrisy.

But Barack Obama did these things to a far greater degree than anyone else that I have ever known of.

His campaign promises were so much better sounding than anyone else’s – no lobbyists in his administration, waiting five days before signing all non-emergency bills so people would have time to read them, putting health care negotiations on C-SPAN, reading every bill line by line to make sure money isn’t being wasted, prosecution of Wall St. criminals, ending raids against medical marijuana in states where it’s legal, high levels of transparency.

Obama’s promises of these wonderful things sounded inspiring and sincere. They sounded so much better than the promises of any other President. So when Obama broke these promises, it felt so much worse than when other Presidents broke their promises.

And now, on with the list:

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By Daniel Alman (aka Dan from Squirrel Hill)

Thank you to everyone who has read this blog post and shared the link to it.

I originally made this post on August 15, 2013.

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I ask you to please show this list to as many people as possible – and especially, to please show it to as many Obama supporters as possible. Sunshine really is the best disinfectant. I can’t stop Obama from doing any…

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Three stories on how Democrats use the Coronavirus to their advantage

As shown, Democrats will lie, threaten, and do anything but work
As this article shows, Democrats will lie to the point that even “fact checkers” like Snopes cannot cover the distortions of the Democrats. Democrats will lie long past when the cows come home (because, if the Democrats had their way, there would be no cows to come home).

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  1. Nancy Pelosi reacts by calling Trump’s China travel ban to be an “over-reacting”

The Associated Press reports on Trump’s restriction of travel from China, the reactions of a few Americans, the policies of other nations, and a few other points of comparison.

The United States on Friday declared a public health emergency and took drastic steps to significantly restrict entry into the country because of a new virus that hit China and has spread to other nations.

President Donald Trump has signed an order that will temporarily bar foreign nationals, other than immediate family of U.S. citizens and permanent residents, who have traveled in China within the last 14 days. The new restrictions, which take effect at 5 p.m. EST on Sunday, were announced by Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar, who is coordinating the U.S. response.

“It is likely that we will continue to see more cases…

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I AM OLDER THAN DIRT AND REMEMBER…

Imagine, if you can, a neighborhood that is largely comprised of low and middle-income families. Imagine that neighborhood where there were two-parents in most homes, no homeless people on the streets, no drugs being sold on the street corners, and people could walk the streets at night unmolested and unafraid. What? You cannot imagine that world! Well, that is the world I grew up in. Of course, that may not have been your experience if you lived in Chicago or New York City, but in my world that was normal.

Imagine a public school where there was the Pledge of Allegiance, a Prayer, and a Bible verse read over the PA System. Wait, you can’t? Maybe you do not believe that should be allowed in public schools, but that was my world and I believe that I am a better man for it.

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Well, I am not quite that old, but in the view of some of the younger generation, I am older than Methuselah. I say that in light of some of the comments I have overheard or encountered by the Gen Z-ers and Millennials over the past couple of years. I was standing in the check-out line behind two twenty-something young ladies and could not help but overhear their conversation. One was lamenting that some ‘old dude’ at work was hitting on her. In her tirade, she said, “He is really old, he must be at least 35 or 40.” I laughed out loud and they glared at me. The person at the register said, “You almost got in trouble, but I agree, they don’t know what old is.”

I remember America in the 1950’s. I was born in the late 1940’s and grew up in the 1950’s and 1960’s so…

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24 Simple Questions to Determine if You’re a Communist

To be snarky (and I do enjoy anti-communism humor), I could point out that this simply requires a low IQ, no knowledge of history, and a twisted soul.

But I’m biased.

So, in the interest of fair play and equal time, here’s a test that purports to tell you whether you’re actually a communist.By the way, I can’t resist commenting on the ludicrous assertion that communism is a “socioeconomic order based on…the absence of…inequality”.

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I’ve shared lots of quizzes – some simple, some complex – that tell you whether you’re a libertarian.

I pass with flying colors, needless to say.

What about the other end of the philosophical spectrum? Is there a test that tells you whether you’re a communist?

To be snarky (and I do enjoy anti-communism humor), I could point out that this simply requires a low IQ, no knowledge of history, and a twisted soul.

But I’m biased.

So, in the interest of fair play and equal time, here’s a test that purports to tell you whether you’re actually a communist.

Here’s the short description.

Communism is a social and political ideology whose ultimate goal is the establishment of a communist society, which is defined as a socioeconomic order based on common ownership and the absence of social classes, inequality, and private property. While Communism encompasses…

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