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    Question Generalisations

    There are statistics that suggest different races have certain behaviorisms, do you follow these statistics 'religiously'? Do you instantly come to conclusions that individuals that you don't know behave in certain ways according to their race based on statistics?

    What other reasons are there apart from statistics?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 21wqre2
    There are statistics that suggest different races have certain behaviorisms, do you follow these statistics 'religiously'? Do you instantly come to conclusions that individuals that you don't know behave in certain ways according to their race based on statistics?

    What other reasons are there apart from statistics?
    I wouldn't follow them religiously, no.
    Generalisations are what the name suggests. Things which tend to apply in general, but not always. They tend to be indicative and likely rather than definate.

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    I'd say, that after observing the way people behave on a regular day basis that many generalisations and "stereotypes" are quite accurate. Judging from my own experience that is.

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    Geez. From reading 21wqre2's postings and looking at her nick, she's probably just turned 21 years of age, met a college professor (naturally rad-lib)who has showed her the way to enlightenment, and now thinks she knows everything and is going to come to this place and set everyone right by quoting definitions from dictionairies. The arrogance of these folks!

    Here in the states for a very long time the figure of "10,000 Marxist college professors" had been bandied about. I had thought that was an exagerration, but then I joined this improptu after hours folk dance club at a major university here. A lot of the folks at this club were the university professors many in there 20's and 30's; it was great fun. After the folk dancing was over we'd go and eat pizza at this place nearby and talk. You would of thought you were in Red Square in 1918 by the substance of the conversation. It's true, the stuff about Gramsci; they stuck their reds in positions of power and the influence trickles down to people such as the initial poster of this thread (I strongly suspect with this person) who are taught by these folks and they eat it up as they are "young and dumb". Bear in mind what I described is at Texas's primary state university and Texas is supposed to be majorly conservative. There is a weakness tho with the Gramsci method; the rad-libs do not have popular support and they know it. That's why they flood our countries with colonists and settlers (aka immigrants) to not only dilute our people but also to provide them with votes so as to take the voice of the native's away who would never support them. As this is destroying us as surely as it would if they were lining us up and shooting us and provided they do not stop and reverse the damge done we may have to ultimately do what was shown in the movie "Braveheart" and go "pick a fight with someone".
    Turman found a copy of The Graduate, and thought highly enough of the story that he made a movie he considered to be 90-percent faithful to the book.

    But Turman and director Mike Nichols made one key adaptation, changing the Braddocks from WASP-y blonde characters into a dark-haired, more ethnic-looking family.

    From NPR's Present at the Creation

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    I'm probably one of the least biased/bigoted/racist guys here, but I admit that there is a lot of truth in some stereotypes.

    Example: A friend of mine went to USA for a summer job, as a life-guard. He worked on a pool visited by the black people.
    He went to USA as a free-minded guy, who thought that being around blacks would be cool and fun.
    He returned from there as a racist, after having an entire summer to see how black people act in reality ( not MTV :-)). My friend was traumatized with seeing blacks sodomizing eachother in the pool, pissing and shitting wherever they can. Finally, he was transfered because a black woman threatened to sue the company, because of their racist employee ( he shouted at some black kids, because they didn't obey regulations of the pool ).

    My friend was finally transfered to work in a Jewish sports centre. I asked him how the Jews treated him, he replied that he worked there for almost a month, and no one ever came to use the pool, or to work-out :-D

    So, if I ever go to USA, I'll do my best not to be around blacks, not because I hate them, but because I've heard a lot of bad things about them from my friends and acquaintances. These guys never had any prejudices against blacks, but after being around them for two or three months, they became the most ardent racists.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AWAR
    I'm probably one of the least biased/bigoted/racist guys here, but I admit that there is a lot of truth in some stereotypes.

    Example: A friend of mine went to USA for a summer job, as a life-guard. He worked on a pool visited by the black people.
    He went to USA as a free-minded guy, who thought that being around blacks would be cool and fun.
    He returned from there as a racist, after having an entire summer to see how black people act in reality ( not MTV :-)). My friend was traumatized with seeing blacks sodomizing eachother in the pool, pissing and shitting wherever they can. Finally, he was transfered because a black woman threatened to sue the company, because of their racist employee ( he shouted at some black kids, because they didn't obey regulations of the pool ).

    My friend was finally transfered to work in a Jewish sports centre. I asked him how the Jews treated him, he replied that he worked there for almost a month, and no one ever came to use the pool, or to work-out :-D

    So, if I ever go to USA, I'll do my best not to be around blacks, not because I hate them, but because I've heard a lot of bad things about them from my friends and acquaintances. These guys never had any prejudices against blacks, but after being around them for two or three months, they became the most ardent racists.
    Like you AWAR I do not hate blacks, the fact is many amongst them in the states do have some unhealthybehaviours and it's not because they are so friendly that Europeon ancestried peoples are literally fleeing our cities. Even if blacks were entirely the most wonderful people in the world (and some certainly are fine), I would still advocate for the right of Europeon peoples to form their own distinct, viable, communities (ie what we have in Europe and North America, for the moment) not because I hate anyone, but as because I love my own (and what do you know, still be friendly towards other individuals/peoples at the same time). It's in the very same manner that an individual wishes to keep an identity of his own and has the right of privacy and no one claims (yet?)that he/she hates others for that. I think, amongst other things, the folks we deal with are fantical control freaks at the root of it.
    Turman found a copy of The Graduate, and thought highly enough of the story that he made a movie he considered to be 90-percent faithful to the book.

    But Turman and director Mike Nichols made one key adaptation, changing the Braddocks from WASP-y blonde characters into a dark-haired, more ethnic-looking family.

    From NPR's Present at the Creation

    http://www.npr.org/programs/morning/features/patc/graduate/

    http://www.norcalmovies.com/TheGraduate/tg11.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by AWAR
    I'm probably one of the least biased/bigoted/racist guys here, but I admit that there is a lot of truth in some stereotypes.

    Example: A friend of mine went to USA for a summer job, as a life-guard. He worked on a pool visited by the black people.
    He went to USA as a free-minded guy, who thought that being around blacks would be cool and fun.
    He returned from there as a racist, after having an entire summer to see how black people act in reality ( not MTV :-)). My friend was traumatized with seeing blacks sodomizing eachother in the pool, pissing and shitting wherever they can. Finally, he was transfered because a black woman threatened to sue the company, because of their racist employee ( he shouted at some black kids, because they didn't obey regulations of the pool ).



    So, if I ever go to USA, I'll do my best not to be around blacks, not because I hate them, but because I've heard a lot of bad things about them from my friends and acquaintances. These guys never had any prejudices against blacks, but after being around them for two or three months, they became the most ardent racists.
    And you feel that it was JUSTIFIED that I just got banned at Dodona because I used the word "nigger"!!!! Your friend hasn't seen 1/100th of what I'VE seen out of these creatures from the underworld...

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    That's precisely why I didn't post this at DODONA. This is a European Preservation forum, I'm European, and I want to preserve our race and improve our lives.

    Dodona is a forum for EVERYONE, not just Europeans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AWAR
    That's precisely why I didn't post this at DODONA. This is a European Preservation forum, I'm European, and I want to preserve our race and improve our lives.

    Dodona is a forum for EVERYONE, not just Europeans.

    So at Dodona it's O.K. for Hindus to talk about how much they enjoy defiling our women but I can't even use the word "nigger" when obviously describing a ghetto black!?

    You seem to have a weakness that many white men, but very few Serbs by the way, have and that's that you will bend over backward to appease people of other races...

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    Depends. On the internet I'm much nicer and friendlier than in reality.
    If someone of a different race or ethnicity is being OK with me, there is absolutely no reason for me to insult him.

    I have some friends who are Gypsies, they are the most honest and intelligent guys I ever met. Of course, as an example, they are totally different from most Gypsies.

    The fact that I have ZERO respect for the Gypsy ethnicity doesn't mean that I need to insult or berrate them. In fact, I think that flinging around insults, especially on internet discussion boards is a weakness, nothing to be admired.

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