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Look up "polar bear hunting" and the "knockout game", where black kids are assaulting random whites to see if they can knock people out in one blow. And the near total lack of prosecution of these cases, despite the violent nature and racist goal of it.
And then there were the Black Lives Matter protesters asking whites in public settings if they support the cause, and if you ignore them while eating in a restaurant, they attack you. Two white men were assaulted by black thugs for this reason last week.
So a two term black president isn't enough to soothe the racial beast, then what is the goal, and what is the prize.?
Just the term, "War" is incendiary.
PC has become the fuse of the minority flare, and it makes Freedom become FreeDumb. Words need context because too many people have different connotations of a word.
An example is the word, pornography, as it means something different to everyone.
We need to talk about the details of an issue, then we can try and find solutions. But it hasn't been successful just to use News Bytes as an issue.
So what is the basis for a War as opposed to Issues concerning Race?
I don't even know what a race war really is. I see the term a lot, but what is the key factor elevating racial tensions to 'war' status?
Well, that really depends on the dominant culture. During the era where the white supremacy party ruled South Africa, it came close to a race war, because the then South African government, created us vs them relationship base on race and then due to fear and anger, a lot of white and black to the race side. That is what make Nelson Medulla so great, he is able to reunite a nation divided by race.
In a democracy like the US, a race war, is not likely to happen, at least not any more, maybe 100 years ago, yes, but now...it is very unlikely.
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