Like I said, if you're talking about collective guilt along the lines of Jaspers's thinking, I'd probably still let this slide. Jaspers argued that the passivity of Germans in general made them all, in some form, culpable of Nazism. However, that did not make them all Nazis. The difference here is between a passive and an active attribution.Calling all white people racist means you're ascribing an active contribution to the practice to them. I'm okay with reasoning that claims that all white people are involved in upholding the foundation of racism (whether actively or passively; this also explains their collective guilt); I'm not okay with reasoning that claims all white people are racists.
Pish, J only wants to waste YOUR time. Get wise.
Dude, why the @#!* would I lie about it being a coincidence?ummm... I was joking. Trying to insinuate that you were always on... .umm... yea...
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