Monsteroids said:Generaliing people with certain physican features is just wrong! This poltical bull thread should just be deleted and we can continue to to talk games.
indeed, black people have a sterotype that is percieved to be thugs, bunkers, and gang members.Ayo said:I was really shocked why you said black peoples IQ is less compared to 'white' people as I no for a fact that this is not true. Just from the results yesterday the many black people in my school got 6-12 A* and mostly straight A's. I also know black people who go to Oxford, Cambridge, LSE etc
That article may have meant something if it wasn't tragically biased. It seemes to be more of an attack on 'liberals' rather than a factual article.Rhinos said:The kids as you say i am are the future of this country and should not ever be underestimated nor should dreams be vanquished because if nobody ever had aspirations where would we be? And here is a link that will prove blacks generally have a lower iq, so dont dismiss the broadsheet because it is just a generalisation;
so squall 7 reply now. and others without an open mind let it be clensed, it's time to face the harsh truth
So I'm stubborn because I continually disagree with you and your racist views? And Evidence? What evidence? The article you linked to referred to "scientific evidence" without highlighting what it was referring to exactly. How can that be anything but manipulative? Even if the studies did show something, the conclusions that you'd draw off it would be false anyway.Rhinos said:i am damaged by the fact that you are stubborn in your ways and cannot see sense whilst the evidence stares you in the face and you still object its truth.
"I've lost?” I call bull on that. Fact of the matter is you have racist views and you would be willing to bend any scientific research (whether true or not) to suit your agenda. In essence, you're part of the propaganda that is The BNP. And what does my political correctness have to do with anything? If anything, you're anti-politically correct (rather than non-Politically correct), because not only do you disagree with Politically correct viewpoints, but you are willing to believe anything that draws distinctions between races whether there or not (e.g. Anti-Semitism - Yes, I know you're Tommy by the language and the way of writing, also another popular belief in the BNP). BNP representatives say, "The holocaust was the biggest hoax of the 20th Century". What evidence is there to support that? What evidence to support the idea that it did happen? Tonnes is the answer for the latter, including people who have managed to escape and tell the tale.The truth is you are politically correct and can't accept you've lost, you prove a very good argument although whatever you have to say i will bounce back with hard evidence.
Yes, because obviously a "politically correct person" is obviously going to be more close-minded as a BNP poster boy...Please keep an open mind.
Yes it is, since you ask. It unfairly brands people together as "other" and treats them without the same kind of rights as people of your colour/religion/personal beliefs etc...If you call me racist then fine, is it such a bad thing?
What you're actually doing is basically choosing a political allegiance and curbing any information that comes past you into a hate-mongering and essentially flawed argument. You think that "black people" are inferior to "whites"? Cos I can guarantee that there's bound to be a "black person" out there that is more intelligent than you. That has more empathy for his fellow man than you do.I know as being a child of this generation, more of what i grow up with than older members of society.
No, that's when discussion comes. Multiculturalism doesn't spur conflict. The refusal to adopt and adapt spurs conflict. Whether it is by BNP members or people that alienate themselves, it comes from an unwillingness to negotiate and in essence the refusal to live in harmony. That may be what you see of other people's either with religion or culture/traditions (and lets not forget that they are two separate things), but it's more evident in your own micro chasm of society.If multiculturalism didn't spur conflict i wouldnt be complaining but while different beliefs clash, this is when war comes.
Or maybe, I just don't believe that a person with such agendas such as your own could ever tell the whole story. There are places and people right now that are in harmony with their neighbours. It can work, and they're living proof. Fact of the matter is that you don't want it to work, because you deem "white skinned British people" as being superior or more worthy than anyone else. And that's where you're wrong, and your opinions fail. People are people. They're not defined by race, or colour or religious beliefs. They're defined by their own identity. And fact of the matter is that whether you believe it or not, many "black", "Chinese", "Pakistani", "Indian" and heck, even "Americans" have adopted a national identity and incorporated it into their own persona. In essence, you're coming from a modernist stance of people set in groups and people as basically numbers. I come from a post-modernist stance whereby people are individuals, driven by their own wants, desires, beliefs and whatnot. In essence, no group of people are any worse or better than any other in general, because there will always be the humanist angle in society - that people are different and basing opinions on a single attribute (without the permission or self-identity) is ultimately flawed.You know this but i cant understand why you persist in not believing, because maybe the truth hurts.
You only put it there because it was something in the mainstream media that reflects your own point of view - because you need validation (otherwise, you wouldn't have felt the need to provide such poor "evidence" - which in essence was the rantings of a person writing for an already right winged newspaper (seen by the referring of "liberals" and the "left", and yet say about the "far Right, thereby pulling themselves in the middle, which would be centre-right, although more towards the right).And that article wasn't for me to feel validated, because i know im different, and very much unique and i can understand why many disagree but i only put it there to back me up.