Re: Is white racism nec. all bad?
1 Apr 1995 04:57:19 GMT
In <email@example.com> firstname.lastname@example.org
(mellow mike) writes:
>i'm not going to get into a discussion about jared taylor. but i'll ask
>the following simple question. is affirmative action institutional
>if so, is it america's first?
I believe that aff. action springs from a twisted interpretation of the
Civil Rights Act. But since it has been interpreted this way, it has
become law. Do race-based laws = institutional racism? Does the presence
of a few race-based laws make the whole system racist?
My personal definition of institutional racism is the ability for
minorities who honestly believe that they have been wronged to perceive
and label an evil even when no tangible evidence is present.
>well let's consider the primacy of rights. obviously private property
>rights have greater priority in the american legal system, as designed,
>than human rights.
There was no label "human rights" when the American legal system was
>the simple case in point was that africans in america
>were considered, not humans, but property. the same goes for africans as
>citizens. the history of that is clear. the corrective actions taken
>against that is also clear.