Join Date: Oct 2006
Location: Temecula, California
Well in the modern progressive world of dumbed down political correct lies, race based politics tell us that anyone who is not of European ancestry can claim “victim” status and create a sub group based off ethnicity, nationality, gender, income, sexual preference, education, religion, etc.
This is a tactic used to divide people and teach people to refrain from being individuals and embrace “group think”
If people are divided up into little warring factions they are much easer to control and manipulate.
Cain doesn’t look any “browner” then I do but I get the impression he went to one of those “Latino” schools in Salinas California and may have been indoctrinated in the “La Raza” reconquista propaganda.
His father looks Caucasian to me (probably Castilian Spanish like my family) his mother may be Mexican Indian.
I get the impression Cain is NOT a radical and actually seems to be a real humble admirable guy.
He has even recognized on several occasions that he considers himself an “American” and not exclusively Mexican or Latino.
The race based politics are a huge turn off to me for several reasons.
Nationality is not the same as a race and anyone with a high school education should know this.
Most of my favorite fighters are not even Americans; I don’t buy into fake patriotism.
I have a Spanish last name and many relatives in Mexico (my fathers family was originally from Santander Spain) but no one has ever mistaken me for Mexican or Latin American, or Aztec, Mayan, Toltec, Olmec, Vato, Homie or Cholo.
I only have one loyalty and that is to the USA, divisive race based politics is a gimmick for the weak.
If more Americans thought of themselves as Americans and not hyphenated color segregated sub groups believing the "other" groups owe them something or are responsible for their condition we might actually move past our petty differences.