Well, crap! No one's perfect! LOLI think this answer should get the highly covet MHO award.
@SallyMarten Thanks. I post the same answer everytime this question gets asked, and some snowflake always takes it down. It's true though. I mean, the answer to this question is SOOOOOOO obvious! At some point, these "racism victims" need to put some responsibility on themselves.
I agree, but European white people don't have a shooting issue that's America.But we do have problems like the rest, I just can't think of any at the moment, we definitely aren't perfect.
@A-man-22 I know, but I had to include us else there would be a riot. Most people hate us for Colonislism, but I don't think it's fair to hate on us for shit we no longer do.This is actually the first time this comment got so much positive feedback
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Yes and no. The problem is how you define "different". Scientifically speaking a white person might have more in common with a black person but obviously us humans probably do not see it that way. We will always find differences even when there might not be any and as such its completely irrelevant how different they might actually be.
@Soteris so, just ‘yes’.
If the term "different" is meaningless then its simply an evolutionary survival tactic of being wary of "them".
@Soteris it isn't meaningless as far as the context I'm using it.
It is. If we look at an example then lets begin with a group of people. Lets say they divide themselves based on race such as blacks and whites. Alright then, separate these groups. Now they divide themselves into new groups, lets say nationality. Then we separate them again and now they divide themselves further etc..Humans will always look and find "differences" in a group of people even if they have to go to such extremes that these differences never existed in the first place. As such the very idea of them being different is immaterial.