I've met a large chunk of self-described conservatives as well, and while many of them express concern over what they imagine to be unfairly uneven concern for racism in different directions (the dominant conservative approach to racism is to view it as an individual attitude problem instead of/more than as an institutionalized problem).
Now that that's out of the way, any chance left of a reasonable thread?
I've moved on to a better forum (scienceforums.net). Facts matter, and I don't have the time or energy for putting up with the pretense that they don't. PM me if you'd like me to get in touch with you when I'm done developing my own forum system, likely towards the end of 2013.
ALL of us suffer from racism.. Some at 1%; others at 100%..
We must face up to the problem and do things to solve it; not deny, not blame others, not be dishonest...
But, a man cannot deny that "blacks" are the most frequent victims of racism...and this is where the most work must be..
We need a better people.
its funny how racists always whine & complain when their racism is called racism.
what should we call it instead, "tough love"?