Nobody is born a racist

This is a long article, but it bears repeating.

It brings to mind a poem I wrote some years ago: Step Outside.

Robby Robin's Journey

[Disclaimer: I am convalescing from having shoulder replacement surgery last week, and so have little to do but take pain pills, lie around, and think about the state of the world. Thanks to the state of the world right now, the pain in my heart far outweighs the pain in my shoulder. I feel compelled to write down my thoughts, even if limited to one hand. You see, racism is the one big evil in the world that I have never been able accept or compartmentalize. It eats at my soul, even though I don’t even suffer from it directly. And so, I’m going to let it all out. This post will be longer than usual, so I hope you can bear with me. Also, for those who know me well, you will be surprised by some references to God and even Jesus. It seemed the most appropriate approach and…

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About pendantry

Phlyarologist (part-time) and pendant. Campaigner for action against anthropogenic global warming (AGW) and injustice in all its forms. Humanist, atheist, notoftenpist. Wannabe poet, writer and astronaut.
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4 Responses to Nobody is born a racist

  1. It makes me ill what is going in the world. Our skin colour is just biological. The body of everyone is the same. It like one make of car, it has different colours. No human has the right over another.

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  2. True to his words: Labs of all colors can get along, why can’t humans? So much irony in it.

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