On Apr 9, 2011, at 11:07 PM, Michael wrote:
Would it be okay for this private e-mail to be public about your views from a Black woman's prospective? Or you would rather not?
I don't mind at all if you publish my remarks, except that I had already begun to send you another email, right after I sent that one, with further response to your initial remarks. This is what I had to say:
The reason I asked if you were being ironic is due to your mention of "freedom of association." Has it escaped your notice that due to the perversion of "civil rights" designed especially to accommodate blacks, a whole lot of freedom of association has gone down the drain? What do you call that outrageous forced busing period where black children were forced to chase white children all over town throughout this country, so that whites could not have the freedom to choose their children's schools? What would you call all the many attempts to intrude even into private organizations, to prevent whites from working and socializing among themselves? And what do you think Eric Holder's testy worrying over the fact that, although whites might work with blacks during the week, they don't hang out with them on "Saturday and Sunday," as he put it? See my two posts on this:
Outfoxing forced inclusion
Solving the problem of virtual segregation
Your other comment about this being the "year 2011," implying that attitudes simply must change as time goes on, really rankles me. If I consider something to be an Eternal Truth, who is to tell me that I must keep up with the times, as determined by a bunch of "progressives"? In that light, the Roman Catholic Church should certainly consider what year it is and dump so much of its "old-fashioned" doctrine, beginning with advocacy of the Virgin Birth. After all, it's 2011.
For an idea of how blacks might have handled their affairs, beginning in the 1960s, and would have, were it not for integration-crazy white and black elites, see my article at Alternative Right:
The Civil Rights Myth
Integration & the End of Black Self-Reliance
On Apr 9, 2011, at 9:18 AM, Elizabeth Wright <email@example.com> wrote:
Michael,I certainly do not think interracial marriage should be illegal. That would make no sense, and would probably instigate more of it.However, I do not approve of people marrying outside their race, and I think people are weird who do not want their children and grandchildren to be of their racial lineage. The fact that people "date" outside their group is meaningless -- socializing is one thing, but marriage is another.Regards,Elizabeth========On Apr 8, 2011, at 11:53 AM, ReporterNotebook wrote:
Elizabeth,I am not being ironic. I have dated many black women and I would not get bent out of shape if my kids married outside their faith or racial stock. Black, Jewish or whatever!Don't you feel the same? Or a better question: You don't think it should be illegal?On Fri, Apr 8, 2011 at 8:56 AM, Elizabeth Wright <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:Michael,
Are you just being facetious? Otherwise, why are you making an issue of this subject? Why should you care one way or the other? Why so indignant? Or are you just being ironic?
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