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Featured Proof that there is no such thing as systematic racism within America

Discussion in 'Other Christian Denominations' started by Sai, Jul 1, 2020.

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  1. Sai

    Sai Active Member

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    The fact that Al Sharpton is alive is proof that the kkk doesn’t exist and have not existed for decades now!
     
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    Very shameful you continue to make such comments.

    I wonder if your post is an example of “trolling”?

    peace to you
     
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  3. Sai

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    Thank you. You know, if America was a racist country then why hasn’t there been any assassinatin’?
     
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    The KKK has not been passed as a legal right yet, along with divorce, abortion, and same sex marriage.

    They are still in the closet.
     
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    Yet Harry F. Byrd Jr., only died in 2013. Just 7 years ago.
     
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    That's a real nice metric you have there.

    No assassination of Rev. Al Sharpton = no systemic racism in the US.

    I think you need to get a new indicator.
     
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    Is that some random guy?
     
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    It’s actually common sense.

    Observation: The ability to see things as they really are.
     
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    If Trump were the leader of the white power program then why hasn’t al been struck down? I mean Clinton’s took care of Epstein what is he waiting for? Go get him already. If that’s who he is, if that’s what our country does. Things just aren’t moving fast enough.

    I’m just being facetious Scarlet O.
     
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    Seems to me just recently an unarmed black man in Georgia was chased down and killed by a father/son duo that thought he looked suspicious.

    Maybe you only see what you want to see.

    Thanks for the conversation.

    peace to you
     
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    Yes a very troubling random act of violence. I remember.
     
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    Again, my friends, brothers, sisters, mothers and others. The facts are that the kkk d i s a p e a r e d In the 80’s. They did not receive 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 dollars from Georgie Soros to implement the take down of Christians in America.
     
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    He's still living way in the past. And he seems to ignore the Marxist & LGBTQ ideologies behind the failures of these movements to garner the type of support he should seek, and why they are anathema to many Christians.

    Let the conversation turn to the rights of unborn blacks and watch the sparks fly as his utter hypocrisy is unmasked. If blacks are really united and care about themselves, they should stop killing their own in inner cities.
     
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    The majority of humanity are spiritually dead. When you go to a store, most of the people are walking around like corpses spiritually speaking. Which is why I do not support the kkk or blm. Both groups teach their people from their youth upwards that they are superior to the others.

    Blm is the kkk of 2020 America. The burn, loot, and kill all in the name of black power.

    As a white person you can feel sorry for the black communities in America but when we do, we all too often fail to remember that the majority of blacks are walking around in a dead to God spiritual condition. What Christians in their right minds give a pass to a group of people based upon race? The biblically illiterate do.
     
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    Maybe so, but there is a LOT of truth buried in this”evaluation”.
    IF this admin were as evil as portrayed, most of these agitators would never see tomorrow.
    Think about what they CLAIM, & what happens!!!!!
     
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    Okay, I give up - who is Harry F. Byrd Jr.? Do you mean the last Klan Man standing, the former Grand Kleagle of the KKK, Mr. Robert C. Byrd the Democrat from West Virginia?
     
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    Even if favor was shown to the nazi they would still not learn righteousness. They took by force what was not theirs. Now we have blm trying to take from us what they did not earn. Even if we gave the members of blm what they want they will still continue in sinful lifestyles
     
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    No Christian should support the organization that goes by the title, Black Lives Matter. It is a Marxist organization that is opposed to capitalism and to human rights as a whole. It is a remake of the radical 60s group, The Weather Underground.

    That being said, my fellow black Christian brothers and sisters matter. When I am standing side by side with them and they get treated differently than I do, just because of their skin color, I have a choice. Do I stand up against the injustice they are receiving or do I stay silent and thank God for my privilege? If I stay silent, then I am complicit with the systemic racism that oozes from that interaction. I would be no better than the German Christians who sang louder in church when the trains of Jewish victims went by.
    Silence is compliance.
     
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    Exactly. Kind of demolishes Sai's contention that the KKK hasn't existed for decades. As their presence at the Charlottesville rally several years ago disproves his assertion.

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