My basic view is that nobody gets to tell me what to feel or think, a favor I gladly return. However, I don’t like running into ideas such as the title to this book: “White Fragility: why it is so hard for white people to talk about racism”. I am, apparently, “white people”. Still, the book wouldn’t sell as well if it said – more honestly – “some white people”.
The problem is the torture of logic, by the use of generalizations. Yes, it is hard to write a bumper sticker or a protest sign that is not simplistic.
A book, however, can deal with subtleties. However, I shouldn’t really judge a book by its cover, or many a person by their cover either – the color of their skin, for example.
Now, if someone believes we can change a person’s heart by laws, … where does real freedom go? Wanting change and delivering change are two very different states of being. The first is easy. The latter very hard, and is made harder by telling folks they have to think and feel what you want them to think and feel.
Personally, if there is a group in need of instruction in civility, it is the United States Senate.
Currently there is a lot of energy for change, much of it rooted in past ugliness. Is it possible that black vs. whites, and police vs. protester are both misdirections by the money-elite, who have poisoned our air our water, our food, and our minds, with the lie that everyone in the world should be vaccinated against their will by multinational monsters without an ounce of conscience, or empathy.
The pandemic is a hoax. There is no contagious germ. Big Pharma took over science at the university level decades ago, and that weak science is being used to make it appear folks are dying from a germ, and not from the slow absorption of poisons in everything including our medicines..
It is a crime on a scale that will dwarf the holocaust. Don’t go for the fakeout. Read these books, not the latest book on “racism”, because whether we are black, white, police, … we are all getting conned.
The Invisible Rainbow, by Arthur Firstenberg; Plague of Corruption,by Dr. Judy Mikovits and Kent Heckenlively, JD, with a forward by Robert Kennedy Jr, and “Vaccines, Autoimmunity, and the Changing Nature of Childhood Illnesses” by Thomas Cowan, MD.
Mother Nature needs our help, and if we don’t, who knows what’s next because She is Rogue Weather, guides the Four Horseman, waits for us at the Gate of Death, and is also Divine Providence, who aids us
whenever we make choices to do something new.
We have every reason to have Faith. That does not, however, mean we get to be lazy and careless, without consequences.