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  • Sunday, February 26th, 2012
    goersfour
    Mixing the races is the way politicians control the masses. It will eventually dilute the intelligence of the races that are blended. It is already happening in the USA. Schools are lowering their passing scores so the lesser intelligent mixed races can "pass" the test. The politicians know that they can convince less intelligent people to vote for them much easier than they can intelligent people.
  • Wednesday, February 22nd, 2012
    Hydrich
    Medical reasons. Believe me, there are plenty!

    Trouble finding donors, medication issues, tendency towards mental problems and violent behavior, etc...
  • Wednesday, February 22nd, 2012
    Adalheid

    It's more common than I thought

    I live in a densely populated city on Ontario that used to be called Berlin before ww2 because of its strong German population. It was later changed to Kitchener to please to masses. Schools opened up here and the Asians and Africans have flooded in to attend the universities here and then stay. I'm not opposed to having multiculturalism within Canada, but what makes me sad is all of the women of Bavarian ancestry who have chosen African or Asian mates, due to a dwindling of men, who have chosen Asian women. It's an awful mess over here. Kids don't know how to identify themselves, the heritage of the area is fading fast. Gentlemen of the world, there's ladies here from good strong Germanic backgrounds who are settling for the wrong kind. Don't get me wrong, some of the most gorgeous people are the result of interracial relationships, but it's causing harm to our already fading race.
  • Saturday, February 11th, 2012
    shannon kathleen
    Quote Originally Posted by Æmeric View Post
    Because it is unnatural. I've always felt that way, even as a child. The only examples I was aware of way back when were White men-Asian women or White-Mexican, and only from movies (until an uncle married a Mexican). Why would someone want children of a different race? When I was younger the only men who ended up with Asian & Mexican women were losers. As for White-Negro I just assumed there was something biological that kept that from happening. I was in junior high before I became aware that it was possible & had happened. When people are not opposed to miscegenation I assumed there is something wrong with the wiring of their brains, they have some sort of emotional problems (like poor White kids trapped in minority-majority schools who adapt to survive) or they have been brainwashed by the orwellian society that is contemporary Western Civilization.
    I agree with what you said very much about how white students in a minority majority school come to embrace non white culture and people in an attempt to survive. I see that often.
  • Saturday, February 11th, 2012
    shannon kathleen
    Being in America, I see a lot of interracial unions and their biracial children. Almost everytime I've come across a biracial person (one who is part white), they always assimilate 100% with their non-white side. This is especially true of mulattos. Many of these biracial people are even racist towards whites eventhough they are in fact, part white! That to me is very disturbing and unfair. I want my children to have my racial identity and not just that of their non-white father's. I also think it is extremely immature and irresponsible for a white person to mate with a non white because it destroys the white person's ancestral heritage and any chance to preserve that. I've also noticed a definate trend where it's become acceptable and even encouraged for non-whites of every kind to harbor negative feelings towards whites. They feel that they have some 'reason' for this based on what little they know of history and what the media and press tell them. Thus, I don't want to align myself with a race, especially in the case of blacks, who tend to be very hostile towards my fellow whites.
  • Friday, February 10th, 2012
    Unregistered
    I am staunchly opposed to inter-racial miscegenation. There is no goodness to be had of it.

    I know two guys who are bi-racial. The Boer/Zulu one has been contemplating suicide for years because of this. His parents can't see why being multi-racial is an issue (of course). The other guy, who is French/Chinese feels that he has no place in this world. Both truly wish they were one or the other of their racial background. It's really unfortunate for them as it must be torture.
  • Saturday, January 21st, 2012
    PA. Dutchman

    A solid and living example for not mixing races is

    A solid and living example for not mixing races is Obama.
  • Tuesday, December 27th, 2011
    Wicklowwolf
    I don't think I would be happy in a relationship with a partner belonging to a culture totally alien to my own. But chosing a partner must be regarded as an individual's personal choice. I am strongly opposed to any government past, present or future passing legislation giving them the power to tell people who they can associate with or marry. We must always regard the personal choice of an individual as paramount.
  • Tuesday, December 27th, 2011
    Wulfaz
    I would like to save the beautiful biodiversity of this nice planet, hence I think the mixing is not so useful to every population. Probably the Blacks want not disappear too just these uneducated immigrants incapable to thinking to the long run. They want White females coz they believe that glorious thing is to mix with european females side by side in this way they cause damage to own people too. Furthermore many consumidiot european believe that "exotic partner" is cool thing too. Thank you, mainstream media!
  • Tuesday, December 27th, 2011
    Edie
    Quote Originally Posted by Æthelthryth View Post
    1) It causes race-specific genetic diseases to spread into other gene-pools.

    2) Racially-mixed kids have trouble finding bone-marrow donors, etc.

    3) Racially-mixed kids will struggle with their identity all their lives... that's no way to live.
    Reasons like these are handy rationalisations that one can offer to any challengers, but they're seldom (or more probably never) what convince people in the first place. Most people will rally themselves to collect scientifically valid, logical justifications only after they've made up their minds about what they believe. If one were so easily swayed by this week's facts 'n' science corner, one's ideas would be an everchanging mishmash, lacking the backbone of conviction that gives them shape and potency. Normal people don't think like Data. They create their personal philosophy based on existing passions and proclivities and then go hunting for the materials of its fortress. No one is ever wholly neutral about something he puts effort into arguing for.

    In short, one could be armed to the teeth with reasons, but if one lacks feeling for them, one will ultimately prove useless at aiming and actually hitting something.

    I don't like race mixing because I don't like it. It's something for which I can feel my antipathy. That's the reason; everything else is its wrapping, needed to ensure that when it's handed over to people in future debates, they'll more readily take it and consider it for a moment before casting it away (because people are naturally blunt and mediocre and tiresomely predictable in their thinking).
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