Critical Mass wrote:I don't hang around media personalities, black rappers, black "leaders" or Jewish music moguls... indeed technically I'm engaged in an 'information war' against such people.
Actually, you asked me to tell you more about the "murderous alliance" between Blacks and Jews, and I've given you a pretty blatant example of that, haven't I? Why don't you start by acknolewdging this, just to be fair?
And since you say that you're engaged in an "information war" against black rappers and leaders, and Jewish music moguls, could you please point me to some of your posts in which you do that? I'm sure there are. I'm asking just because I'd like to read them and understand your position better.
Critical Mass wrote:Am I taking it then that you're withdrawing your claim that Africans (and you specified Africans... not the sub-group "African-American rappers") "lack empathy" or what?
Actually, this claim that you attribute to me and define "insane" or "deranged", is not mine at all, and I never said it was. It was made by someone who had a direct experience of living in Africa for decades, and I read other articles in Italian reaching similar conclusions.
So why, instead of getting emotional about this ("insane!", "deranged!", etc.), don't you quote other articles that say, for example, that, if it weren't for the bad White folks who enslaved and oppressed them for centuries, Africans would have today, in their own countries, technologically advanced societies, instead of living still in primitive fashions in the areas in which they haven't been displaced nor influenced by Whites?
Maybe there is a place in the heart of the dark continent in which communities of indigenous philosophers and scientists live an prosper, unhindered by foreign cultural influences. Please, enlighten me on this, if you can.
Otherwise I'm afraid that what you've done so far is only rebutting my arguments with emotional reactions, and with personal experiences that, while always interesting, can't make up for more authoritative and documented points of views based on much deeper and wider experiences, like Braun's for example.
He's lived in Africa for decades and has observed certain things about Black people and their languages. So this is what I put on one side of the scale, together with examples of Black people's hostility that I've given on my previous post, while on the other I can put your direct experiences of having seen Africans cry when their loved ones die or fall sick (although this is not the kind of empathy I was talking about; this is having a kind of personal loss for which even animals can cry, and it doens't concern the capacity to imagine yourself in the shoes of someone else who's totally unrelated to you, which is what Braun and the Golden Rule mean), of having been attacked only by White drunk guys in your life, and of not having seen Muslims commit crimes in front of your eyes (I'm referring to things you said in previous posts).
Do you think both sides of the scale would have the same weight and reach a balance? I don't.
I bet these personal experiences have enormous weight for you, but you don't seem to give the same kind of importance to other members' direct and better documented experiences, like when Apache described in detail the multicultural failure in her own town. Other people's experiences are just "anecdotes" (you used this word yourself on page 3 of this thread, remember?), while yours are evidently much more meaningful, for you at least.
Critical Mass wrote:As far as I can tell you're missing over a billion examples... the number which would be required to make me accept such a deranged premise.
Oh, so you need a billion examples of tigers attacking humans to be convinced that they are dangerous... Well, good luck with that!
Seriously, CM, you remind me of the "species of hominids" Greg Johnson refers to in an article I quoted somewhere else.
Years ago, a friend told me a parable about a species of hominid that did not live to inherit the earth. These hominids regarded each and every entity as entirely unique. When a tiger leaped out of the darkness and dragged one of them to his doom, this did not prompt any generalizations about tigers as a group. Thus when a new tiger began to prowl the shadows at the verge of the firelight, he was not judged on the basis of the other tiger’s behavior. Indeed, if the first tiger came back, they would not have judged him on the basis of his past behavior either, because that was then, and this is now: two unique, individual moments in time.
But even though tigers are not always man-eaters, and man-eaters are not always hungry, these poor creatures still went extinct, because their problems were not limited to tigers. They could not learn from any experiences at all. They were just too dumb to survive.
Mind you, no disrespect meant here at all. I certainly don't mean to say that you are dumb. On the contrary, I consider you a very intelligent person and a brilliant researcher, as you have amply demonstrated with many of your posts here, so I hope you won't get offended.
And since I'm also sure that you are speaking in good faith, I can only think that sometimes your judgement can be a little clouded by the kind of anti-White and "multicultural" brainwashing I'm denouncing here.
I think Simon was a little "clouded" by something similar too, when he described my "your country-your house" metaphor as "pure paranoid fantasy", "much like a mainstream media fear-mongering article", no less! C'mon, Simon, it was just a metaphor! Of course it was a product of my imagination and it has never happened. It was only meant to make you and everybody else understand that we would never let our guests do to our house and to our family what we let other "guests" do to our countries and to our enlarged ethnic family, that's all.
So, as you see, it can happen to the best of us. No matter how intelligent we are, when some form of conditioning hijacks our emotions, we don't see things that would be crystal clear otherwise. I'm sure that, for example, many extremely intelligent and cultured people can't deal with the fact that 9/11 is a completely fabricated media event because "Three thousand people died, and how do you dare disrespect their memory?"
In this case, the "multicultural" reaction seems to be more like "How do you dare suggest that these people, that we have enslaved and mistreated for centuries, don't feel empathy when their loved ones die?"
I think they're both irrational responses resulting from clever manipulations of people's emotions on the part of our mind-controllers, that's all.
So I hope nobody will take this personally.