Sunday, August 31, 2008 10:36:21 PM
Of course there isn't, and I don`t justify hate at all.
As a military child I`ve lived around the world, so to me people are just people, but I`ve seen this happen all too often:
Black Person (1): "Hey f**k you cracker!" White Person (2): "Yeah well f**k you too ni**er*"
Person 2 is the one who gets in trouble, because even if that person isn`t racist, they`re still not allowed to express their dislike for the other, no matter what that dislike is based on.
The same situation arises in companies that have to follow affirmative action quotas, if one white person applies for a job and meets, and exceeds, the requirements, he will lose the job to a less qualified person that the company needs to meet a quota.
I`m not trying to spout a bunch of white power bs because that`s just as bad, but it`s pretty obvious that things still are not equal.
Saturday, August 30, 2008 11:13:48 PM
Monochrome, there is no logical reason to just wholly hate a group of people, or even a person, singularly. People have qualities that are both compatible and not, and hatred is only created when one person solely focuses on the 'not`.