Originally posted by mchill
I apologize deeply if most of here are white males. It's not our fault, we were born that way.
Without knowing who I am, or what I think, you accuse me of being a racist?
I've tried to stay neutral in this ongoing duel you have with many on this site regarding
racism and sexism, but your posts suggest you have a racist and sexist attitude as well.
I know Mchill only by what he writes at RHP, and that's enough to form a conclusion.
Contrary to his usual disingenuous denial, Mchill, a white American man, already has a
record of attempting to deny, minimize, or excuse racism by his fellow white Americans.
Mchill has apparently like to make the absurd implication that all racial groups should
be *equally* blamed for *whatever* racial problems that *might* exist in the USA.
Should blacks and whites be equally blamed for the USA's historical record of slavery?
Should the US media pay equal attention to unarmed whites being shot and killed by
black police officers as it does to unarmed blacks being shot and killed by white police officers?
And, as common for racist white Americans, Mchill likes to keep accusing anyone who
dares to point out the existence of white American racism of being a racist.
Of course, no one blames Mchill for being a white man (the absurd 'strawman' for which
Mchill makes a fake pseudo-apology). And I don't blame Mchill for having grown up in
a deeply racist dominant American culture where white privilege is taken for granted.
But Mchill is *responsible* for his willful ignorance of and dishonest denial of American racism.
There are other white Americans who grew up having been 'brainwashed' with racist beliefs
and, in contrast to Mchill, they have been able to do much more to overcome their racist conditioning.