25 March 2012


The more I read about the Zimmerman case the more convinced I am that minority groups do not want equality at all.

They want reversal.

They wish to inflict the same injustices on their former oppressors as was inflicted on them.

They have no regard that modern individuals had nothing to do with the historical oppression.

I will advocate and fight for equality.  I will advocate and fight against oppression.

It is hard to relate my feelings without sounding racist here.  Not because I am racist, but because the language of the topic has been so subverted.

It also doesn't help that the behavior of many minority "advocates" is so entirely textbook as according to the texts of racist organizations.

When the Klan is giving an accurate prediction of how you act, what have you won?

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