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@Pioneer1 These "actors" go back hundreds of years, as long as the nonsense of racism.

 

Poor whites where reviled and rejected by white elities. They still are...

 

 

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Those Caucasian actors go back ever further than THAT...lol.

Poor Caucasians may have been looked down upon and mistreated by other more well off Caucasians but they weren't rejected.  Because they know they were needed as pawns in the larger game.


The poor Caucasians are the FOOT SOLDIERS of White Supremacy.  They are the ones who have historically literally done the "dirty work".

If you ever worked in working class jobs like construction or manufacturing you'd run into a lot of poor Caucasians who smoke heavy, drink heavy, get into a lot of fights and just don't care about their life or health.  Their ONLY focus is doing their "job".  It doesn't matter how shitty and dangerous the job is...they'll do it because that's the reason for their existence as far as they're concerned.  To support the "system".
 

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6 hours ago, Pioneer1 said:

The poor Caucasians are the FOOT SOLDIERS of White Supremacy.

 

White oppression by elites predates white supremacy -- by centuries.  Race (or, absurdly "acting") does not have anything to do with this.

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I'll agree that White oppression by their elites predate the ideology of White Supremacy......but I'm not willing to say by "centuries".

 

The "elite" class had to be established among Caucasians by Musa while he was organizing them BEFORE they began leaving the Caucasus mountains to take over the rest of the darker world (i.e.  practice "White Supremacy").  So ofcourse when you have a group of Elite ruling over others, some of them are bound to abuse their power and oppress those under them.  Especially when there were virtually no one else around up in the mountains of the Caucasus for them to rule over except other Caucasians

 

But how long this "white on white" oppression for lack of brown folks to dominate over lasted....I'm not sure.

I've heard that AS SOON as some Caucasians got organized and developed leaders like Sar'kin (Nimrud/Sargon)  they began to spill out of them mountains and got busy attacking cities and enslaving and dominating people of color while leaving their lesser advanced Caucasian brothers up in the mountains for centuries until THEY got it together.

The more civil Greek Caucasians referred to the lesser civilized Caucasians like the Vandals and Goths who were still in the mountains as "barbarians".


One of the reasons they left Europe 500 years ago was because so many Caucasians were itching to rule and dominate over somebody they figured if they didn't HURRY UP and start conquering Africa and the Americas they would actually self-destruct and end up "cannibalizing" eachother in Europe....lol.
Infact, they had already began to literally.

It's like the system of Capitalism.....they NEED somebody to exploit for the system to work or it will collapse.
 

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1 hour ago, Pioneer1 said:

It's like the system of Capitalism.....they NEED somebody to exploit for the system to work or it will collapse.

 

On that we can agree. The way we practice capitalism is herently and, as you say, dependent upon exploitation.

 

The fact that Black people have been exploited here is stems from pure greed, racism was invented to justify this insanely evil form of greed.

 

People who practice racism are not always doing out of greed or evil. They are often poorly educated and woefully ill informed ... brain washed, some irredeemably so.

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On that we can agree. The way we practice capitalism is herently and, as you say, dependent upon exploitation.

 

I know you agree, that's why I tossed it in there.
I have to bash Capitalism and Amazon from time to time just to keep you to stay with me...lol.


You don't want to hear that both Capitalism and Communism are BOTH exploitive ideologies that originate from the same source......the mind of a Caucasian man.

Is Amazon any worse than Wal-mart, Kroger, Pfizer,  General Motors, or any other Caucasian institutions that was established for the pupose of maximizing profits and exploiting people?

 

You want to separate the DEED from the DOER.
You point at the systems that the Caucasian established and say THEY are the problem, rather than looking at the man himself who established them and see HIM as the ultimate problem.


Poor Caucasians aren't racist because of ignorance.
They aren't ignorant.
They know full well who THEY are, who YOU are, and why they hate you....even if you don't.

And wealth inequality has nothing to do with it.

 

Be they rich or poor....they are genetically programed to see you as their enemy and seek to dominate you in every way the same way a lion is genetically programmed to see an antelope as food and chase it down and kill it regardless as to whether he's in the wild or in a zoo.
 

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Hate, like racism, are manifestations of ignorance.  The expression of these may have a genetic basis, but we are not wild animal; we can rise above these primal emotions and ignorant ideas.

 

Look greedy and evil people will exploit whatever economic system is in place, American capitalism just makes this easier because of private ownership. 

 

The American system allowed the private ownership of land -- nevermind they had to run the people living on it off. It also allowed the private ownership of other humans. A great deal of wealth was created this way. 

 

There are also degrees of exploitation. A 18th century Louisianan cotton farmer was far more exploitative of its workers than Amazon.

 

 

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There are also degrees of exploitation. A 18th century Louisianan cotton farmer was far more exploitative of its workers than Amazon.

 

Really?

Well, as silly as it may seem you just might get an argument out of some over this assumption!

 

Let's look at it.......


-While the cotton farmer's exploitation may have been more intense including the beating of his labor force; Amazon's exploitation is MUCH MORE WIDE SPREAD.
That cotton farmer didn't employ damn near a MILLION PEOPLE all over the planet like Amazon/Whole Foods does.


-That cotton farmer provided his slaves with FOOD, CLOTHING, and SHELTER .
But Amazon doesn't even do that for IT'S employees.  
Their policy is you better take what little we give you and find a way to support yourself with it during your down time!

And most of the time you can't afford to even do that with what they pay.
 

-On top of it, because Amazon is a corporation and the corporate law dictates that you MUST do that which increases profit for shareholders and MUST NOT do anything that decreases profits.....unlike the plantation owner who could be generous from time to time with his slaves....Amazon like most corporations must keep the pressure on both it's managers and workers to keep up production and not let up!
By law they must MAINTAIN a high degree of exploitation to ensure the profits stay up!

 

 

Exploitation is exploitations whether it's slavery, indentured servitude, prison labor, ect..


If you sit down and think about and weigh the pros and cons of each system of exploitations it could be argued that they all seem to  balance  in terms of pain, suffering, and exploitation.
 

Maybe that's why MLK said injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.
 

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As much distain I have for Amazon, I'd much rather be picking products in one of their warehouses than cotton on a 19th century Louisianan plantation...

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