artificial racial boundaries. However, there are still some diehards who strongly insist that there is ONE MASTER RACE or ONE PURE RACE-theirs. Such people are from every race from the New Black Panthers, the Klu Klux Klan, to the National Socialist Movement. It seems that such people are going through the death roes of racism. They are desperate to hold on to the old racial status quo. Don't THEY realize that THEY are dying out? Let's discuss this.
Here are some references, warning: some of the language is highly inflammatory in nature:
I am hoping that this is the last gasp of the idea of racial or ethnic supremacy, rather than a resurgence. I don't know what we can do about it, except as individuals to disagree with these ideas whenever they surface.
I few years ago (I think it was during the G. W. Bush administration), some knucklehead decided to move from South Carolina to New Hampshire, where I live, for the express purpose of starting a chapter of the Ku Klux Klan. The KKK! A year later he moved back to South Carolina, having failed to make one convert. Not one! He said he was moving back to SC, where people "thought right."
I think most people have more sense than to buy into this hateful nonsense, but maybe we all need to be a bit more vocal about it.
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