what would happen if people had a white or caucasian society at a university Watch
That actually proves the double standard quite well.
If someone talks of black culture thats fine
If soemone talks of white culture, suddenly they must be a racist.
History is why people associate "white culture" with racism and white supremacy and "black culture" with freedom and artistic expression. Do you wish to ignore history?
And once again you prove the point. The unjustified association of "white culture" automatically with racists, and supremacists.
I think there are perfectly understandable reasons why a 'white' society at University would be irrelevant. But our theoretical discussions have been done to death now. Realistically, it's understandable why there would be opposition to a 'white' society considering how we use these phrases colloquially.
"belgian culture" gives 3880. Much less than white culture.
Is "Belgian culture" meaningless now?
Look at history, look at how the British aimed to build a huge empire, conquering nations, forcing ethnic minorities to assimilate into their own white society.
Look at slavery.
How is that relevant to white culture?
Look at the slaughter of Australian aborigines by settlers. For hundreds of years, whites have seeked to conquer the world without any regard for native peoples.
White culture has been a culture of male-dominated conquest,
look at how our society has functioned for hundreds of years. It is only in very recent history things have begun to change, that is why its definition remains.
And to be honest, how have we changed? Look at Iraq, Afghanistan, Vietnam, Cuba; white man is power-mad.
"White people are power mad"... Lord knows you couldnt say that about blacks and get away with it.
Remind me - where are the most dictatorial regimes in the world?
Remind me - how many ethnically cleansed by Africans in the last few years? 5 Million? Maybe more?
It's not really a double standard but a social expectation and conditioning around the use of the terms.
You created the "Google argument", why don't you tell us what that result means?
a) White culture has meaning
b) There is no correlation between use and meaning.
Sorry, couldn't seem to find a single reference to "white culture" or "black culture", rendering your point entirely useless.
You witter on about supremacists etc.
There you had an argument, there you saw your supremacists.
Does it negate black socieites?
Lawz, are you Black? What race are you?
Take a look at those examples.
Have you read all 301,000?
I am merely proving that point.
I believe the answers above show my point is realistic, so what's your problem?
I think you confuse your opinion and reality far to often.
Why is that relevant?
Look at history, look at how the British aimed to build a huge empire
You sure are flexible.
Who is ignoring history?
So I can try to understand which perspective you are coming from. I stress my asking is in no way to seek to attack you for your race.
Anyway... I am white, I have non-white family, I grew up in an non-white environment, my fiancee is not white, and many of my friends are not white. I am a guy with a decent amount of experience of many cultures and races...
Hope that helps.
It sprung to my mind didn't it?
Do you consider yourself to be racist at all? Someone mentions "black culture" which is mainly used to talk about black music or black art or other aspects of black culture yet you first think of Black racists? And before you equate this argument with "white culture", this is because the term has almost exclusively been used in the context of white supremacy.
So Beethoven was a racist, and the "Death Angels" were artistic?
Who is ignoring history?
This could apply to you in the reverse quite easily.
So, Lawz, does your argument for a white society being socially acceptable come from your own frustration of finding yourself a minority?
Do you seek the company of other white people at all?
However, that is not the point. Some people may choose to, and not just becasue they are a minority... they may enjoy the CULTURAL aspects of it.
How so, when "white culture" is a term most commonly used in the context of white supremacy?