I don’t ask that you in the RGI simply change your minds… only that you admit the obvious: that a reasonable case can be made that disagrees with your conclusions. And that not everyone who disagrees with you is a racist. Until you can do that, RGI your, racism, your bigotry, your narrow-minded pettiness, your prejudices, are the real obstacles to real solutions for the real problems of real people. Continue reading A Challenge to the RGI
Here’s the interesting thing: In her play-acting as a “white girl,” the black girl unburdens herself of a bunch of racist codswallop about black people. In other words, she assumes that to get into character to play a white girl, she has to become a black-loathing racist. Gee, I wonder where she learned that! Could it be from the white-loathing, thoroughly racist RGI in which so many black Americans marinate 24/7/365?