I come here for philosophy; therefore, I need a bit of help with this presentation…
Are you making a moral argument for invade and conquer? How do I reconcile that with the non-aggression principle?
In philosophy we focus on the method more so than the result. For me the adherence to philosophy has a goal of creating universal precepts that guide my interactions with other existents. How do I universalize colonialism?
In previous presentations I recall arguments that diminish the depravity of slavery. In this presentation it seems the depravity is embodied to contrive the heroic nature of western civilization. With a narrow view of America, what was the result of abolishing slavery?
Were slaves emancipated or antiquated? It doesn't matter; however, white people didn’t give blacks opportunity because they can’t in a capitalist society. It’s good propaganda. Next, let’s empty the prison systems.
I don’t think every black person in America was a slave or was brought here by white people. There are many examples of blacks that had integrated and prospered in the western world’s heady human capital game. Was not the black culture degraded and diluted by the emancipation of engineered idiots? Was not the experimentation on the most intelligent black men the government could find a deplorable act? Or were these acts cultural colonialism?
I don’t want or need an apology from white people, but I don’t think we should entertain colonialism as justifiable when living objectively.