“The Truth About South Africa and Apartheid”

Very interesting. Worth paying close and careful attention to.

I feel here Stefan actually did a good job of being as objective and fair as he could.

“A Word To The Muslim Criminal Migrant – Pat Condell”

Damn, Pat. Never thought I’d agree with that man all the way through a video. interesting to take in such a direct and unambiguous European perspective for a change. Sounds similar to how I’m coming to feel in the U.S. This latest entitlement complex from foreign nationals is doing nothing for me anymore. I am so sorry that a relatively small minority among you are responsible for much of the violence and bullshit occurring, but people of that faith and ethnicity are in a better position to check those “bad apples” than the rest of us are. Lest you possibly wind up mistaken as being closely associated with one of the criminal miscreants and so too returned to your country of origin, That appears to be the situation brewing right about now. Heed the warning.

“Real Racism and ‘Bogus’ Black Lives Matter (Larry Elder Interview Pt. 1)”

A Rubin Report video:

While I don’t agree with him on everything, having read a book by Larry Elder in the past, I do think his views on race relations and prejudice are spot on.

“Why Is White H8tred Encouraged While Black H8tred Penalized?”

The parts I paid most attention to begin about 55:15 in.

Restarting at 1:04:57… My Grandma’s super superstitious like that too. If we think it, we’ll bring it upon ourselves. heh

Ya know, that’s where some superstitions served humans well and still could. Making fun of the other for his or her affliction might result in that same affliction befalling yourself or someone in your family. That gets a person thinking. Being born that way isn’t fair according to many, but cosmic circumstances dole out however they do, fair or not. And that’s just a fact of life. Helps to keep that sort of thing in mind. Superstitions can aid in that purpose. That’s the upside.

A little further on… “Damn Mexicans.” Hehehe I do appreciate equal opportunity humor.

That was Tommy Sotomayor imparting his perspective on the topic. He does crack me up. biggrin

“BLACKS AGAINST BLACK LIVES MATTER”

Part 1:

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An excellent compilation that I wish others would take time to view. Will add more of the videos when I get back from my afternoon work.

Back in and continuing on…

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Part 10:

Especially appreciate that last man’s commentary in video 10.

Part 11:

Excellent response.

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Part 15:

Glad I watched ’til the end. A lot of interesting voices there. Also wasn’t what I expected from rapper Lil Wayne (never listened to his music, so far as I’m aware, but have listened at least on one other occasion to his commentary before).

Overall, I’m very glad this compilation series was created.

“Happy New Year And Yes You Have A Lot To Be Thankful For Damit”

Good video. Have been enjoying this man’s perspective since stumbling across his channel for the first time yesterday. Don’t agree with everything this man states but I can appreciate a different perspective possessing substance.

“Why Black Lives Matter Is Bad For Black People”

Haven’t watched Cult of Dusty’s channel in a long while.

But that was a valuable video I’m glad to have stumbled across. Not fully in agreement with him, particularly the part about believing police brutality is such a prevalent issue impacting all races in America. Have to call a bit of bullshit on that despite having closely known white men who’ve been treated roughly by cops at times. Why? Drugs, booze, violation of parole in one case, smart-mouthing, etc. We have a right to freedom of speech, but insult anyone cruelly enough and they’ll likely react, some cops included. Not saying it’s right, just acknowledging that our own compliance plays a role here. More fruitful to fight the System in the courts rather than with an arresting cop on the streets. Best of all to not give the police a reason to arrest us in the first place.

Personally speaking, I’m not too interested in pandering to keep the black “kids” from getting angry. Might as well aim to say what we mean and mean what we say. Makes life less confusing. I don’t understand what’s become of the white guilt trend in the U.S. Like “liberals” are becoming paranoid yet bent on concocting dramatic events and spurring others into responding via provocative language and attempts at intimidations.