brain sizes: Einstein's and women's and miscegenation

John Knight jwknight at polbox.com
Tue Sep 3 01:22:44 EST 2002


"Kenneth Collins" <k.p.collins at worldnet.att.net> wrote in message
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> John Knight wrote in message ...
> >"Kenneth Collins" <k.p.collins at worldnet.att.net> wrote in message
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> >> John Knight wrote in message
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> >> >[...]
> >> >Why should you want to force yourself on White Christian
> Israelites
> >> who don't want to have anything to do with you?
>
> Well, since you've brought-up this stuff which I'd not, yet,
> taken-up, let's see what's in-it.
>
> First, there's the first few lines of The Declaration of Independence
> of The United States of America - you know, with respect to all
> folks' pursuit of life, liberty and happiness.
>
> The Founders didn't just 'spout platitudes'. Their Decisions were
> made in the white-heat of Necessity, in which they saw all that was
> at risk, and through which they Recognized that the Rights they
> sought for themselves derived their "inalienable" Significance in
> their being applicable to all people, everywhere, not just
> themselves.
>
> It's 'hilarious' that you, now, 'propose', that that upon which This
> Nation was Founded, and, through virtue of which, This Nation has
> survived to the present, granting us, even now, our Right to Freely
> discuss our 'differences', somehow, 'constitutes' my 'forcing' myself
> upon you.
>
> I do nothing of the kind.
>
> What I'm doing is Defending that which is writ-bold within The
> Declaration of Independence of The United States of America and The
> Constitution of The United States of America.
>
> It's you who'd 'diminish' the Content of those documents.
>

Our Christian Founding Forefathers penned an excellent document, which
excluded niggers, Indians, and women from the vote, demanded a small central
government, recognized the Christian right to free association [read: free
of "affirmative action], and never intended "free exercise of religion" to
mean that the government could ban spoken Christian prayers in their
children's classrooms.

Is that the document you accuse me of "diminish[ing] the Content of"?

Most Americans, believe it or not, actually agree with our Founding
Forefathers--and they don't agree with you.

Let's use an example.  Washington, Jefferson, presidents all the way to
Lincoln, wanted to send the niggers back to Africa.  We made the HUGE
mistake of not doing that, for some reason, so today the vast majority of
the taxpayers (if not 100%) who must work 42 days each year JUST to earn the
money that pays JUST the taxes which fund JUST the welfare which is paid
JUST to niggers, are White men.

So who's the slave?

This is more than $800 billion per year (almost twice the entire economic
output of all 800 million niggers in Africa)--and now they want reparations?
It was because of White men, and nothing else, that niggers in this country,
compared to their cousins in Africa, have family "incomes" 30 times higher,
live 30 years longer, and are 1/6th as likely to die of AIDS.

"Right to free association"?  You don't think that's a right?  It's one of
the most important religious freedoms we had--but because we let the niggers
stay here, this right has been so decimated that you probably don't even
believe it's a right.  But think about what the following means.  It's
certainly contrary to your beliefs, but just to clear the air, give it some
thought, and try to put it into words that suit your taste:

"You shall do no injustice in judgment; you shall not be partial to the poor
or defer to the great, but in righteousness shall you judge your neighbor",
Leviticus 19:15

"You shall not show partiality in judgment; you shall hear the small as well
as the great; you shall not be afraid in any man's presence, for the
judgment is God's", Deuteronomy 1:17

"...we command you, brethren, on the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, that ye
withdraw yourselves from every brother that walketh disorderly, and not
after the tradition which he received of us", 2 Thessalonians 3:6

"Be ye not unequally yoked together with unbelievers: for what fellowship
hath righteousness with unrighteousness?" 2 Corinthians 6:14



John Knight





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