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Submitted by B.williame (Belgium), Jan 4, 2008 at 06:15

I can but agree with you on this.

Racism is currently abused and mis used by politicians as well as racists, etc...

Racism is, if you just look at the word a matter of race and the idea some may have about there differences. All other definitions that have been invented later on where invented for the sole purpose of abuse of the word. Nazi is also a word that many use to insult or inflict a guilt complex on others without having the slightets idea about the Original and there for true meaning of the word.

Yes, we all have a slight though of racism. Why do Black people like blacks more often than white? Why do people look at strangers with a feeling of mistrust. easy... We humans are like cattle in the way we like to be amongst those that have similarity's with us. This of course is a generalisation taken in consideration that probably 1 on 10.000 humans might choose differently. We are gratefull for those as they also are the explorers that discovered continents as well as made contacts between cultures and civilisations.

They also played a risky part. How often where they not attacked and some even killed?

But the great masses like to be amongst those who are similar to them.

Any culture works like a body, each has white bloodcells(rightwing extremists) that protect the culture against invasions.

But also anti bodies that temper those white bloodcells (leftwing extremists) that invites cultures.

What happens to a culture when we remove or even destroy those white bloodcells so the balance is damaged? The culture becomes ill and eventually might even die.

So what we need to have a healthy living culture/body? A balance between both, Left and right. So for once people should accept that both left and right are neccesarry evils for a culture to remain alive.

Because if the antibodies are removed (leftwing) then the body will also be hurt, but will remain alive... for as long as other cultures don't attack it openly (war)

Islam for me seems like a culture/religion that has killed/removed or muted most of it's leftwing and remains with moslty rightwing ideas... So it can exist for as long as other cultures tolerate it's agression towards them.

While the west are busy silencing their rightwing activists with words like racists and Nazis. This seems a good way to keep peace at the expence off all cultures residing in the west for the benefit of Islam. But do the people of the West like the idea of becoming colonised by Islam?

I wonder what the masses in the West are actually in general thinking considering this...

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