It’s All Arbitrary

If occurred to me, as all good things do, while I was petting my dog.  She’s just about 18 months old now and has clearly taken on the characteristics of both a chihuahua and dachshund.  Yes, she’s a chiweenie.  But that’s just arbitrary, as all dog breeds are, there is nothing fundamentally different between a cocker spaniel and a beagle, they’re all genetically compatible and can interbreed and produce viable offspring.

But isn’t that how humans are too?  All of this nonsense about races is just arbitrary. If you look at the variation in skin color between those termed “black”, you get a huge difference between light-skinned blacks and dark-skinned blacks.  The same is true of whites, of Asians, of Hispanics and every other so-called racial group.  It’s all just arbitrary.  What group does a particularly light-skinned person fit into?  Does it really make a difference?  I don’t think that it does, or should.

Unfortunately, you get a lot of people who can see nothing but skin color as a means of dividing people into arbitrary groups.  They care what these groups are, not who the individual people are.  I find that tremendously disgusting.  And these are the idiots who spend all their time pointing fingers and calling everyone else racist.  What the hell is wrong with these people?

But don’t point out to them how racist they are.  They’ll completely freak out and probably get violent. Violence is something that is becoming part and parcel with young regressives these days.  If they can’t shut you up with words, they’ll do it with their fists.  It isn’t the conservatives that are out there burning things down, it’s the liberals.  Again, I ask, what the hell is wrong with these people?  The more that I study modern liberalism, the more I find wrong with it and the more disgusting I find people who practice it.  Race is arbitrary and apparently, so too is how the left treats it.  The darker you are, the more they care about you.  Isn’t that absurd?

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