you contradict yourself all the time.
Perhaps, rather than making nonsense claims with no evidence whatsoever, you could back up your words with something of substance?
-could you back yours?
So you have no evidence whatsoever for what is in effect, a nonsense claim of yours.
- i was not trying to strengthen my opinion: it´s a fact and yes i can find something wrong: you are considering something prevalent in black people, when it´s something prevalent all over the world in the lower levels of society, where criminal activity and violent conflicts find their ideal conditions to develop.
That's incorrect - I made no mention of race.
That's because what I was writing about could be applied to any race, any culture, any religion, any minority, and any majority.
It's because I was writing about the flawed logic of your statement, which I've quoted yet again - at the bottom of this post, in red. And it's twice now that I've stated that it was the logic/principle behind your statement that I was addressing, rather than any specific data set.
Could you explain now how is your post of any help?
Yes. Stating/promoting beliefs that cannot be applied even handedly to all races (in terms of discussion of problems) helps keep poverty cycles alive, helps keep crime issues alive, helps keep resentment alive...and these, in the end, help keep racism alive.
Some people believe it's right not to discuss such problems. Some people are too scared to discuss such problems. Some people get yelled down for discussing such problems.
We should be able to discuss both positives and negatives, highlights and problems. The principle of discussion that applies to the positive & the highlights, can, and should also be applied to the negatives & the issues.
The discussion of problems does not equal
hate or prejudice; and the discussion of such problems, should never be based in hate or prejudice.
Again my post
was aimed that the flaw inherent in this specific statement of yours:
And last, but not least, I WON´T EVER STAR A THREAD ASKING OR DEBATING ABOUT A RACE OR CULTURE IN PARTICULAR... EVER, I consider people stereotyping and judging people based on the color of their skin or the country their from