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"Western Philosophy Of World Domination.

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on April 11, 2002 15:08:42 UTC

Now here is an interesting subject.

Is globalism the western philosophy of world domination? If so then why are american workers so upset about losing their jobs to third world workers. And why are third world workers so eager to pick up these jobs if they are then dominated.

If not globalism, then what is our philosophy?

Regarding Japan- it was not so long ago that they were dominating us and buying up all our good properties. They still take a great deal of profit from our manufacture of their goods.

Regarding the Saudis- It seems to me that they are dominating us, at least our foreign policy.

I do agree that the power structure is white in American culture on the whole. But there are subcultures. I just went to a Celtics game last night and it seems clear that blacks dominate that subculture, both as players and as supporting players, like announcers and owners. It must be the same in football, and becoming so in supposedly white man sports like golf and hockey. Non-whites now dominate science, especially university science.

From my perspective the so-called white power structure may be operating from the fear that their days of world dominance are numbered. So you should judge their sometimes poor behavior by what they are afraid of. That's a good way to judge almost anyone's behavior, even people on this forum.



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