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|04-24-2009, 06:23 PM||#261|
Join Date: Apr 2009
Late reply.. :)
Hey, Wolf, this is from your oct 29, 2006 post...
[Now that I live in Oregon (population 88% white), as opposed to socal (majority minority), I am having to confront my paranoia over white racism. I have SEVERELY overestimated the role this plays in everyday life.
Here's my realization. I am being WAY too paranoid about white racism. The PRIMARY dynamic here was of a young girl becoming sexually excited by a man taking off an article of clothing. ]
You had a major realization there and that's one I hadn't thought of. Unfortunately, many minorities feel that racism is a major issue in America. A lot of that is reinforced because the media constantly bombards us with the message of a racist white America. Although that is not really the truth, it sells papers, and, more important, advances certain political agendas.
Truthfully, most white people are not racist. There is a small minority that are, but the majority are not. In my many experiences around the country the majority of racists I encountered were minorities themselves. I understand that they may feel oppressed or have other reasons valid to them for their feelings, but the reality still remains.
As you can see, racial issues do not really cross my mind. I feel anybody can achieve anything as long as they are willing to take responsibility (not blame others) and work hard (do the hard work required to succeed). I see you as a person who has all the ingredients for success so I did not immediately see race as an issue for you, but I can understand where the media and political agendas (and possibly those in your community) may have put that in your brain.
Next time you find yourself having a racist thought, I want you to think of some things that should change your perspective...
1) What happens when a black man walks into a club, even in central Oregon and attempts to meet women? He may not get interest from the women but that would be about it.
Now what happens when a white man walks into a predominately black club and tries to pick up a black girl? Go with a couple of white guys and see.
2) 600,000 mostly white Americans died in a was to free blacks from slavery because they were thought by many whites to be perfectly capable free men.
3) Who gave the black people the right to vote? There were no black people voting at that time right? so who supported them? in a time when white racism was supposedly rampant.
4) Affirmative action.. Do you think the black people had enough votes to pass affirmative action themselves? There were white people who actively voted for legislation that would lose themselves jobs. Do you think legislation to ensure a adequate percentage of white jobs would have a lot of black/ minority supporters?
5) We have a black President... by a landslide.. enuf said...
These are just some very obvious examples. Just like there was some terrible programming from the women's movement there are many other movements who have implanted terrible bad ideas in our heads.
I truly think that is the massive racism agenda had not been so prevalent, there would be hundreds of thousands of minorities who would not have been programmed to see themselves as persecuted like you were and would have been much more successful in life (in all areas)
I'm glad you had that realization and can move on. Keep up the good work.
|08-05-2011, 09:40 PM||#262|
Senior Don Juan
Join Date: Apr 2007
My college town on the other hand had about 15K people in it. It was a great place to sarge during the daytime on campus or off. There are so many opportunities for day game with such little competition(Other Daygame PUA's in Martin, TN? LOL). Still, some of my campus caught on to what I was doing and made a little thread about a description of me(not knowing my ID) on College ACB.
Despite this, I'm still going back to that town for some major daytime sarging in a couple weeks, can't wait!
College town TN=More atractive women, more sets, etc...much funner and more results
Rural town TN=Get used to hitting on taken women and using it as cold approach practice, much tougher to find single women as most are married by their early 20s.