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    Quote Originally Posted by Fallen Angel View Post
    How many of you express the beliefs they have on this forum in real life too?
    I say nothing on this forum that I wouldn't say in real life or that I wouldn't say with my name signed under it. Do you do the same?

    My impression is that there are too many cyberwarriors whose friends/parents don't even know they are racialist. The support racialism gets offline is less than the support it gets online. This is probably one of the reasons we are so backwards. What do you think?
    And risk being called a Racist???: Hell no. I keep my mouth shout and make sure that others know that I whole heartly support Affirmative Action as a means to end instutionalized Racism. And of course everytime I see a black person I apologize for how my ancestors treated them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fallen Angel View Post
    How many of you express the beliefs they have on this forum in real life too?
    I say nothing on this forum that I wouldn't say in real life or that I wouldn't say with my name signed under it. Do you do the same?
    Yes, i do the same thing. Although is surely much more difficult.


    My impression is that there are too many cyberwarriors whose friends/parents don't even know they are racialist. The support racialism gets offline is less than the support it gets online. This is probably one of the reasons we are so backwards. What do you think?
    Cyberwarrior are the rule here, as on other sites/forums on the web.

    Unfortunately the virtual system assuring you the (illusory) anonimate, allows many peoples to write what they want. A usefull sublimation of our passions, but not much more.

    During the last years on the web, i met several peoples who weren't able to meet me personally : i think they wouldn't be capable to do more than slurring some clumsy words or running away.


    Probably the worst truth of our little imaginary world.

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    I stand by my beliefs. To not do so is hypocrisy and shame to yourself.

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    Online and offline is the same to me. I'm true to myself and stand up for my beliefs, even if it is at the cost of friendships and burning bridges - and it has happened. I then conclude that people are only in your life for a certain time to remind you of this. And chances are, the stronger you are in your convictions, you bring others of like mind into your life as well.

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    Always. Beliefs, principles and morals are what maketh the man and the courage to stand by them no matter the odds. You might lose more than you gain but it's the willingness to fight that counts the most and means that you can sleep at night with no bad dreams and can look people in the eye and feel no shame.
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    I always stand by my beliefs. I would still say what I say if real names were required to post on sites. I am sometimes unpopular in real life because of my beliefs, even though they are not racist or radical, but I never hide them.

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    ive actually been making an effort not to express my beliefs so much. not neccessarily on topics i'd discuss on here, but in general i think if i kept my mouth shut more often i'd have an easier time getting along. as far as things i discuss on this site, i'll give my unadulterated opinion to anyone who asks me, but i don't feel the need to bring it up in casual conversation all of the time either.

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    Yeah, my parents know my political stances. They ask why, I tell them, and they are like whatever. They don't seem to care about what I believe.

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    I am open and public about my views. Being a socialist is fortunately legal. At school though, I always wrote the politically correct versions to get good grades, however everyone in my class knew I don't agree with them and just did it so I can graduate and have an education to serve me for doing something for my country. Some teachers knew I'm socialist and like the DDR and E. Honecker and they never liked me for it, but they couldn't do anything against it because I didn't write/say it when I need grading, I wrote/said the PC versions so they were obligated to grade me right. A little hypocrisy there is necessary to get me further.

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    Racism??

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    This is a challenging and tricky thread. I come from the same neck of the woods as Sophia (greetings) and I would have thought that it would be hard (and getting harder) where we are to say what you mean. I reckon that everyone has at some time witheld a comment (not just on racism but on anything) at some time. This could be for a number of reasons selfish or unselfish. I teach and I could get myself fired if I put my mind to it but I would rather keep my job. Not just for my living but because, as has been pointed out, jobs such as mine are screened. I am sure that many are racist that say nothing but if all spoke up then the police, law courts eductaion would all end up staffed by wishy washy politically correct types. Spreading the word by stealth (and gauging REAL public opinion) while in the system can be effective and some use rather than being locked up or unable to earn ones keep.
    According to Cambridge dictionary Racism (racialism is the same but an older form) means predetermining the worth or quality of someone based on their race. It is not for me to decide the worth of a black, yellow whatever person. I just don't want them here. I certainly don't want them intermarrying/breeding with our people. That weakens our bloodline. This is not because we are necessary better but because we are us and I want us to remain that way. The way I see it, as long as I don't discriminate against them I am okay. However, I would be at the mercy of an employer's/judge's/jury's interpretation of a)racism b)discrimination.

    Wasshael

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