Comment on Diversity is a codeword for White genocide by Gabriel van Bergensen.
@Jack Smith, you mentioned dozens of incidents but failed to cite any sources. How are we supposed to know if any of these actually occurred or if you were just making it up as you wrote that if there are no sources to look into?
Throwing an ad hominem and calling me names isn’t going to advance any of your arguments. For the sake of not being redundant, my earlier comment was merely a rebuttal of the points made by whoever wrote this page because he/she clearly doesn’t understand what diversity is or how ethnicities and cultures work. There was nothing in that comment that was anti-white in any way whatsoever. That would be irrational for I am not someone who judges people by factors that are not under their control such as their gender, ethnicity, socioeconomic group, sexual orientation, or what language they speak. I am not ashamed to be white, but no, I don’t think being white makes me superior in any way to anyone else.
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Diversity is a codeword for White genocide
I’m sorry but this is just ill-informed. First of all, terms like “black”, “Muslim”, and “Asian” are way too broad to generalize on. Asia, being the largest continent on the planet, is a very diverse region that is home to different cultures, ethnicities, and religions that only an ignorant person would say are the exact same thing. Islam, on the other hand, is NOT a race; it’s a religion that is followed by people as diverse as Nigerians, Malay, Turks, Russians (Chechens), and even some Chinese people. Africa is also very ethnically diverse, and contrary to what you might think, isn’t all “black” – other ethnic groups also live in the continent like Berbers, Arabs, and descendants of Dutch colonizers.
Secondly, it’s obvious from this post that you haven’t travelled much. If you’ve ever been to Singapore, for instance, you will find that there also exists some “racial” laws meant to promote diversity (e.g. a neighborhood cannot be all-Indian, all-Malay, or all-Chinese). Also, India has more than 2000 ethnic groups, so again, you can’t generalize there. If you don’t have the luxury to travel, which is understandable, please at least try to make some effort to understand what you’re talking about, either by reading an anthropology book or just going on Wikipedia. Remember, there’s no shame in admitting that you’re wrong or have made a mistake; the real shame lies in pretending to know all the answers.