So this folkish Heathen (read: racist fuckwit) jumps into a discussion on white supremacy and Heathenry at The Cauldron, and, in addition to having a flag associated with the Nazis as their avatar, starts spewing shit like this:
“Okay say green people live to the left, blue people live to the right. They govern themselves and live by their own set of laws. They don’t try to screw each other over and they still trade with each other. They act friendly when they meet, they sometimes go to each others state or town to eat. Where is the racism?”
I could not resist writing a response to this. Here it is, in full:
Now I’m going to tell you how it works in the real world.
In the real world, a blue person falls in love with a green person, and they have beautiful turquoise babies together. Perhaps the parents decide to raise the children in one culture or another, but let’s say they try to teach their children aspects of both. Perhaps the children learn two different languages, or they have a traditional blue wedding and a traditional green funeral. Those children grow up and marry blue people or green people.
That is, of course, not taking into account the fact that blue people and/or green people travel all over the place, and perhaps, in their travels, they come across purple people, and then they’re like “I’d tap that,” and you end up with aubergine people. Eventually, all these people find themselves in the same place, and they say to themselves. “You know, we might be different colours, but underneath we’re all people,” and they all live together in Rainbow Land.
Meanwhile, the people who advocate for blue/green separatism and “purity” eventually all go insane from inbreeding. The End.
*takes a bow*
If you’re going to make stupid racist analogies, I can take them and run with them.
Please feel free to reblog this.