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

Kenneth Collins k.p.collins at worldnet.att.net
Tue Sep 3 01:29:31 EST 2002


I stand on what I posted.

K. P. Collins

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 ...
>> >"Kenneth Collins" <k.p.collins at worldnet.att.net> wrote in message
>> >news:mHCc9.6244$jG2.446940 at bgtnsc05-news.ops.worldnet.att.net...
>> >> John Knight wrote in message
>> >> <73tc9.38347$Ic7.2598180 at news2.west.cox.net>...
>> >> >[...]
>> >> >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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