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  Reply # 2060941 23-Jul-2018 12:00
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Apart from being simply unpleasant, these people seem to be obsessed with the disappearance of the white race. As far as I am concerned, it can't come soon enough.



OK, now THAT is crossing the line!  it is 100% racism.


I'm out.



Seriously, you made a point of excluding the rest of the quote to make it fit your purpose. Rikkitic quote in full makes it sound like the ideal would be a society where everyone is the same.


Twisting words is no way to talk here.





The last person who advocated for the genocide of a race of people so that they could achieve racial homogeneity did so with their own set of "good intentions" as well.  There's no need to name him. 


For the most part, I have enjoyed my time on this forum and have had entertaining and enlightening conversations, but unfortunately, I will not be participating further.

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  Reply # 2060953 23-Jul-2018 12:16
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You are taking what I said so far out of context that I hardly know how to reply. Accusing me, however obliquely, of advocating genocide, is nonsense and not a little bit insulting. I look forward to a time of racial homogeneity, when no-one can be discriminated against because of their skin colour. That is all. In no way do I advocate or endorse any kind of racial murder. That is a repugnant slur.  



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  Reply # 2060955 23-Jul-2018 12:17
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I believe Rikkitic is quite wrong and the views almost border on racism itself.


It is one thing to be older and have learned from lifes many experiences and challenges, but we must let the young learn and decide on what is evil or what is good for themselves. It is not our job to determine what is right or wrong for them obviously following the laws of the land. Everyone also is entitled to be different and share different or opposing views on subjects. Sure we lead and teach the young, but we shouldnt just block what we think is evil from them by legislation or banning. 


We all (including the younger) are seeing genocide occur almost on a daily basis and also seeing mass migration due to war. We have seen amazing Countries like Germany take almost unlimited numbers of refugees. We have seen Britain have an almost open border and many different races have flooded in. Brexit occurred as a result. Maybe the lesson should be is to stop wars/conflicts fast so as to limit mass migration.


You will never see racial homogeneity in your lifetime!

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  Reply # 2060956 23-Jul-2018 12:20
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@freitasm: This thread should be locked. There is no point in carrying this on any further. If anyone can seriously think what has been suggested here, then I do not want any part of this any longer. 



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