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    The Inter-Racial Marriage Act

    I have had enough of racism, accusations of racism and complaints about multiculturalism.

    I think that the best thing a person can do for the future of humanity is to marry and have children with a member from another race and culture.

    Therefore, I am proposing a bill to congress that affords financial incentives to those who marry inter-racially and have mixed babies.

    Couples should get bonuses and large tax breaks for each mixed baby they have.

    In a generation or two, all this nonsense will have been bred out of society.

    The @Rainmaker s, @garhkal s will be like the dodo bird and T-Rex. Extinct.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Absinthe Anecdote View Post
    I have had enough of racism, accusations of racism and complaints about multiculturalism.

    I think that the best thing a person can do for the future of humanity is to marry and have children with a member from another race and culture.

    Therefore, I am proposing a bill to congress that affords financial incentives to those who marry inter-racially and have mixed babies.

    Couples should get bonuses and large tax breaks for each mixed baby they have.

    In a generation or two, all this nonsense will have been bred out of society.

    The Rainmakers, garhkals, and Flappers will be like the dodo bird and T-Rex. Extinct.
    I sincerely think we are heading there anyway. How about mandatory DNA testing for everyone to see their ethnic makeup. Once we all realize how much we are truly mutts we might start seeing though wider lens.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TJMAC77SP View Post
    I sincerely think we are heading there anyway. How about mandatory DNA testing for everyone to see their ethnic makeup. Once we all realize how much we are truly mutts we might start seeing though wider lens.
    Yep, despite what bible thumpers will try to tell you, modern humans originated more than 45,000 years ago from sub Sahara Africa.


    The History of African Gene Flow into Southern Europeans, Levantines, and Jews

    http://journals.plos.org/plosgenetic...l.pgen.1001373

    Introduction

    The history of human migrations from Africa into West Eurasia is only partially understood. Archaeological and genetic evidence indicate that anatomically modern humans arrived in Europe from an African source at least 45,000 years ago, following the initial dispersal out of Africa [1], [2]. However, it is known that Southern Europeans and Levantines (people from modern day Palestine, Israel, Syria and Jordan) have also inherited genetic material of African origin due to subsequent migrations. One line of evidence comes from Y-chromosome [3] and mitochondrial DNA analyses [4]–[6]. These have identified haplogroups that are characteristic of sub-Saharan Africans in Southern Europeans and Levantines but not in Northern Europeans [7]. Auton et al. [8] presented nuclear genome-based evidence for sharing of sub-Saharan African ancestry in some West Eurasians, by identifying a North-South gradient of haplotype sharing between Europeans and sub-Saharan Africans, with the highest proportion of haplotype sharing observed in south/southwestern Europe. However, none of these studies used genome-wide data to estimate the proportion of African ancestry in West Eurasians, or the date(s) of mixture. Throughout this report, we use “African mixture” to refer to gene flow into West Eurasians since the divergence of the latter from East Asians; thus, we are not referring to the much older dispersal out of Africa ~45,000 years ago but instead to migrations that have occurred since that time.
    Dump your religion and get some science in your brain.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Absinthe Anecdote View Post
    I have had enough of racism, accusations of racism and complaints about multiculturalism.

    I think that the best thing a person can do for the future of humanity is to marry and have children with a member from another race and culture.

    Therefore, I am proposing a bill to congress that affords financial incentives to those who marry inter-racially and have mixed babies.

    Couples should get bonuses and large tax breaks for each mixed baby they have.

    In a generation or two, all this nonsense will have been bred out of society.

    The @Rainmaker s, @garhkal s will be like the dodo bird and T-Rex. Extinct.
    I've been doing that for well over thirty years no incentives from the govern is necessary. The SC legally curb-stomping the bigots in 1967 was all the assistance warranted

    I don't think that will help drive the bigots to extinction. time will do that becasue each succeeding generation is less likely to tolerate that idiotic bullshit, time will eventually reduce the bigots to a few nutcases raging at reality in the corners, They are not being replaced as they die off of old age.

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    Could start just by treating people as ... well ... people. Regardless if they look like you, talk like you, worship or don't worship as you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mjölnir View Post
    Could start just by treating people as ... well ... people. Regardless if they look like you, talk like you, worship or don't worship as you.
    Sounds reasonable, but that tolerance of worshiping deities is going to be tough for me.

    Can't I just brainwash them?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Absinthe Anecdote View Post
    Sounds reasonable, but that tolerance of worshiping deities is going to be tough for me.

    Can't I just brainwash them?
    Can you? Sure. Should you ...

    It is one of the few topics I won't really comment on here (I have vaguely once or twice) because it is:

    1. Only likely to provoke differences and really not resolve nor really exchange ideas.
    2. Not a chip on my shoulder that I use to ID myself.
    3. Not really important to me if someone else believes as I do or at all or not. Good people are good people (faith or no faith.) We all have to walk our own path in life, you needn't believe in (a) God to do so.
    4. I don't consider it my mission to make anyone believe as I do, or not believe. I find militant religious missionaries irritating, as well as militant atheists.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mjölnir View Post
    Can you? Sure. Should you ...

    It is one of the few topics I won't really comment on here (I have vaguely once or twice) because it is:

    1. Only likely to provoke differences and really not resolve nor really exchange ideas.
    2. Not a chip on my shoulder that I use to ID myself.
    3. Not really important to me if someone else believes as I do or at all or not. Good people are good people (faith or no faith.) We all have to walk our own path in life, you needn't believe in (a) God to do so.
    4. I don't consider it my mission to make anyone believe as I do, or not believe. I find militant religious missionaries irritating, as well as militant atheists.
    Wow! You are starting to irritate me with your calm, well-measured logic.

    You want a quick peek behind the curtain?

    In real life, I actually get along with religious folks who try to preach the gospel to me. According to their beliefs, they are trying to save me.

    It is usually the bible thumper that will take the time to listen to me. I actually respect that.

    Proselytizing is good, be it the atheist or the believer who is doing it.

    And if there ever was a place made for it, it was the Internet!

    This wonderful place of ideas that are exchanged freely. Sure, it gets messy, crude, rude, absurd, and even downright nasty.

    Such is life on our wonderful planet.

    Philosophical discussion is worthy of vigorous debate. Contemplating the nature of our existence is not for the faint hearted.

    It takes courage to do so.

    Although it may not sound like it sometimes, I respect anyone who attempts to tangle with me on the topic of God.

    Now if you'll excuse me, there are some Mormons on my porch that I need to go have a word with.
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    why don't we just dictate to everyone who they WILL marry..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Absinthe Anecdote View Post
    Wow! You are starting to irritate me with your calm, well-measured logic.
    The most important six inches on the battlefield ... is between your ears.

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