That all you see is white people doing this and it being slammed down your throat that YOU ARE A RACIST because they were once enslaved creates the guilt.
Hell, I'll probably be called a racist for pointing this out and the guilt trip continues.
What do you have to lose by considering this as reality?
Another possibility is that many in the white community are hypersensitive to hearing it.The black community in 2013 is at the pinnacle of their sensitivity to racism.
AgreedA lot of progress has been made to gain equality and a lot of people have suffered and sacrificed to gain that progress.
Here is where we part ways again. Equality has not been gained. How would you know if it had? Unless you are the oppressed how would you know if oppression has ended?Now that equality has been gained
It really isn't difficult. Would you like examples?it is difficult to justify the cries of racism
Some in the black community undoubtedly have this attitude. But why? You can not dismiss context. Environment evolves such attitudes. You really can't justify your position towards the black community by saying it is rooted in experience without giving permission for the same rationale to them.There is a mentality in the black community that it is 'us against everybody.'
There is a difference between guilt and acknowledging your role as a community of people for injustices you have burdened others with and the cultural impact it has made. Obvious cultural differences are a little dangerous. It is pretty subjective stuff.It has created an enormous amount of guilt for all other races (especially whites). Simply stating obvious cultural difference is now considered 'racist
Hey opendebate..Post 574, please? to clarify a term for me?