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Old 06-30-2006, 09:51 AM
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Default Re: "people of European origin have a sense of material, spiritual and political privilege"

perhaps Makow is saying that whites have been traditionally hardest to dominated?

Just like the red indian who could not be 'urbanized' and 'civilized', who had to annihilated for these very reasons?

This would make sense because western civilization is clearly 'individualistic' apart from what is the collectivist societies of the East, especially the Far East, where places like Japan and China are drowning in a sea of consumerism, and all desire to be crammed like sardines into their cities.

Notice how communism reaches it's furthest goals in China, where the most people were massacred and they encountered the least resistance. It's also not a coincidence that that counry is considered a "model UN nation", and let's not forget western money building up their infrastructure, economy, and military, and police state. And so it seems that the most enslaved people will inherit the earth.
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