i think menaz got it when he said that there are essentially pathological forms of racism like 'kill whitey/n1gger' variety and then there is a more generalized form of racism that is more like distaste than it is a hatred. the thing that people like identity (who is morally perfect in every way apparently) are going to have trouble with is the fact that they believe that any form of racism is bad. i propose that racism exists in all of us to varrying degrees. that, because of this, it would be a never ending struggle to try and supress racism entirely. thus some racism should be allowed to exist in a healthy society as at least some racism exists in all people. would that not act as a proper reflection of the very people that embody society? what people like identity propose is a utopian erase of everything dubbed immoral. while agree that immorality should be kept in check, the pursuit of this, should not be allowed to consume and cleanse everything in its path. to do this would be to deny what humanity is, instead of embracing the fact that people are not perfect and should be allowed some leg room. this flows back to my underlying philosophy that people should strive to be harmonious with reality instead of trying to conquer it. in end reality always wins. but identity cant relate with that because idenity is a perfect human being. faggot ass nigga doesnt even eat meat.