True. This is why even Christianity hates self-righteousness. Just like Barnes and Indy, this guy probably goes around telling everyone, "No, man! It's not political! it's racisal! Man! We've gotta beat these beaners down, man! They think they can take over!"<quoted text>
I thought the guy making the video
Never mind that study after study, historical analysis after historical analysis proves that minorities have been getting the short end of the stick. Frankly, I think some people should just stick to their freedom of association and simply get out of the business of qualifying people from other groups. They do such a lousy job of it, and this is an example. I don't know how you feel about it, but I still remember when people used to give a look that said, "What are you, stupid?" whenever people mentioned populism. Grass roots and all that stuff was really associated with unions and, of all things, the student movement (Movimiento Estudiantil). This is why watching videos like these is so annoying. I immediately think of Kent State and the fact that Neil Young's "Four Dead in O-hio" is still on the radio to this day. It proves that these videos are made by right wing-nuts with all the threads stripped. And these are the same people who complain about Islamofascism. Why, because they want to do things like the right wing and shove their crap down everybody's throat? I personally don't believe in turning anything back. If a tree burned down, you have to plant another tree. The good thing about that? You get to pick what kind of tree goes there. I'm at a loss when people want to bring back that brief period during the 50s when America seemed to have virtually taken over the world on its own strength. Every dog has its day. Besides that, if someone is oppressed, and not just by "feeling oppressed," it is guaranteed that they'll fight back and, if they are right, the oppressor will have to get out of town.