Why is racism against white people now okay?

Started by JamesH, Mar 07, 2024, 07:48 AM

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Hey, mates! 👋🏻 Hope you're all doing well. I've got a topic on my mind that I feel needs some serious discussion. It's touchy, it's controversial, and it might just ruffle some feathers - so strap in and let's dive into the deep end.

We all know that racism is a troublesome issue, right? It's a blight on humankind. It's disgraceful, repulsive, and it's something we should all be actively against. But here's the thing that's irking me - why does it seem like it's only directed one way? 😤

I'm talking about racism against white people, specifically from the immigrants who we've welcomed into our land. Now, before anyone jumps down my throat, I'm not saying every immigrant is like that. But there is a trend happening here, and it's something we need to address.

It seems like today, there's a strange twist of events where white people are being oppressed and attacked simply for their skin colour - just like how people of colour have been treated in the past. I know what started it.. all this, twisted, 'woke' virtue signalling from the far-left that has made racism against white people particularly white men OKAY.

And the question that keeps nagging at my mind is this: Why should we bear the brunt of our ancestors' sins?

There's a quote from the N.I.V Bible, old testament that says, "Fathers shall not be put to death for their children, nor children put to death for their fathers; each is to die for his own sin." So why then, in this modern society, are we being held accountable for actions that happened before we were even born?

We didn't inherit these sins, we didn't ask for this guilt. We, just like everyone else, are responsible for our own actions, not the actions of others in the past.

I'm angry! 😠 Isn't it the time to take a stand? Shouldn't we be fighting against this new form of racism just like we fought against racism in the past? Isn't equality what we're supposed to be striving for?

But hey, maybe I'm off the mark here. Maybe you think I've got it all wrong. So, I want to hear from you. Do you agree or disagree? Have you experienced something similar? Share your thoughts and experiences below. 🙏🏻