DAILYKENN.com -- Imagine a nation that is racially homogeneous (homo = same; geneous = genes).
Before the 16th century, the concept of race was virtually unknown to the Western world. The reason? Virtually all Europeans lived their entire lives without encountering non-whites. Race was never an issue; let alone a problem.
Today, in the world's heterogeneous societies, race is a perpetual bone of contention; a natural occurrence inflamed by cultural Marxism and far-left politicians.
That is, heterogeneous cultures are inherently given to contention. That's not to say interracial societies are morally wrong. It's merely to acknowledge that a layer of conflict is a component of such societies. Considering that Marxism thrives on class struggles and agitation as a method of displacing free societies with authoritarianism.
Campaign flyer in Selma, Alabama today sent by Doug Jones for Senate Committee pic.twitter.com/hUP94E3EM1— bronwyn sage (@KJphnson) December 6, 2017
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A racially charged campaign flyer sent to black residents in Alabama’s Senate race is provoking a social media backlash for Democratic nominee Doug Jones, who is scrambling to mobilize black voters against Republican Roy Moore ahead of Tuesday’s election.
The flyer, which has been circulating on social media and reportedly came from the Jones campaign, shows a young black man with a skeptical look on his face.
“Think if a black man went after high school girls anyone would try to make him a senator?” it reads.
Multiple people who received it have posted photos of the flyer on Twitter, with some condemning it as out of touch and insensitive.
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