Amphiist 40: The seesaw of American politics need to bend away from the white vote.

· Philosophy, Politics

There are many sides fighting to influence our world view

We need to listen to all of them (free speech)

Including what the mainstream media refuses to cover

The rest of us are entitled to our perspectives:

Shia Muslims, men’s rights, socialists, etc.

Amphiist is a Greek word meaning looking at both sides

Amphiist (40)

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February 10, 2018                              Today in the…

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Mainstream media perspective

The mainstream media doesn’t tend to differentiate between white leaders, white racists, and the average white person. They lump them all in together, which is very unfair. They act like all white people are the same, when in fact no group is full of the same kind of people. The only difference they acknowledge is based on politics. They will criticize those on the right, while defending those on the left. Other than that, whites represent a monolithic mass. Nowadays, whites also exist for the traditional media as a whipping boy. Whites have to give their place to people of colour. In business, this means diversity in the sense that as few white men as possible should be employed in organizations.

(Turn page over for another perspective)


The Other Side

There is, however, as a striking difference between certain white people. There is one group that doesn’t receive enough negative attention. That is white racists. It is time to stand up to these people. What the media says doesn’t go far enough. There are certain things that need to happen before justice has been served to people of colour in the United States. White men should have the vote taken away from them. Not because inherently white men don’t have the right to vote, but having this right temporarily withdrawn from them will acquaint them very strongly and directly with what people of colour went through for many, many decades in America. Supposedly the land of the free. In the 1950s, black voters registered in groups and had to answer questions in order to be able to vote. If one person in the group did not answer the questions, all of them, correctly, it didn’t matter how hard one of them worked, they were all denied the vote. We need to swing the pendulum in the direction of people of colour, so that justice is achieved. Again, it’s not because of any underlying inferiority in white people; it is simply like a seesaw. The seesaw has been lowered so far in the direction of the white person that it has to go as equally low in the opposite direction if we want true parity in America.

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