I am a Racist But I believe something ought to be done

   My racism is of the kind where it essentially is a jealousy of a whole race due to an losing face to a black person perhaps pre puberty. Perhaps in egoic stage..  Two different kinds of racism. I am the hard core kind. I hate black s. They  show me daily what I could be.

  But look, if we don't do something about racism it will quickly be seen as a nonissue, and that may be best if we declare the discussion at temporary closure with an injunction to you: don't discriminate, we discern you. We can spread the word through social media.


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Comment by James Mark Emmerling on August 27, 2015 at 5:08pm

w;e inherit legends, weird, horrible , beautiful

expressing in curious specialized ways

the interweaving of law and capriciousness in the 'mystery of things' that is the at least semi intelligent cosmos,

it is the problem of good and evil..

sometimes the law is good and the capriciousness evil

mostly, still stuck in the Last Millenium , we see law as iron and evil

and capriciousnessss merciful.

Comment by older/exasperated on August 27, 2015 at 5:32pm

Racism in white America is hereditary and social media is not the answer, action and solutions abound but getting those that will never change their attitudes doesn't allude most white Americans, most don't give a shit but will be the first to point fingers at others and groups at being the cause for the problems that exist today. Black people have been talking about it since the Civil Rights act it all falls on deaf white ears. It is really sad when we no longer hear the black voices and to be heard they have to resort to violence and civil disruption to make a point, we ignore them again. Good luck James...................o/e

Comment by James Mark Emmerling on August 27, 2015 at 5:37pm

inverted irony will carry the day o/e i trust in i. i. good to see ya

Comment by James Mark Emmerling on August 27, 2015 at 5:38pm

i.i is a dialogue, a talk between i and i in th e   soul.

the soul has dirempted , into a conscience and a capriciousness.

who will win


Comment by Arthur James on August 27, 2015 at 5:41pm


... sit. and lay still 

in bed... soliloquy

in my best  Joy and

a ` recommendation

1- reality ...


Comment by James Mark Emmerling on August 27, 2015 at 5:44pm

a soliquy us a most preferred discourse with god

Comment by James Mark Emmerling on August 27, 2015 at 5:45pm

without rules or orders made by foolish megalomaniacs

Comment by James Mark Emmerling on August 27, 2015 at 5:46pm

home depot wanna cover my house with cleanlness. 2 bucks a gallon saved. us only.

why not Vietnam?

do they have safe pharmaceuticals?


Comment by James Mark Emmerling on August 27, 2015 at 5:58pm

do you not agree salacious i thou soliliquy is productive of salubrious results?

Comment by Zanelle on August 27, 2015 at 7:52pm

I have loved four gorgeous black men in my life.   Ibraham Ibraham in college from Sudan who was going to the university getting his masters in civil engineering.  Wayne Wells, an artist in Seattle.  Oh, yes, there was the master chef but he was married and it was just a one time deal...so dreamy tho.   Then my 43 year old lover who I just left and miss terribly topped off with the fellow who just visited me here in Hawaii.   He looks like a movie star, Morgan Freeman, and we talked lots about race as we strolled around Kona and the rest of this island where the races mix so well and yet it was still troubling to him.  

   Being a white woman with a black man is trippy.  I actually am fascinated by the way people look at us.  Sometimes it is a glare.  I felt good when I was with these men.  Powerful.  Fulfilled.  They were my fantasy and I was theirs.  We fit.  I am a big German lady and there is some race issues with that that disturb me.  I don't like the German part of me. 

  Just had to put my two cents into this race thing because I have a different slant on it all that is not political or economic and has no violence involved.....


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