Danny, the kfc video I posted was to show that racism against blacks is different here than anywhere else. The video is Australian, and was meant to be a spoof on one fan who was seated in a section with fans from the opposing team.
There were many people here who spoke out against kfc, because they perceived it as racist. One stereotype here is that blacks eat fried chicken. My point was just to show that racism of blacks is ingrained in our culture to such a point, that people see racism, where there is none.
Danny, I assure you it's no "crusade" for me. I'm simply pointing out the inconsistencies between what some ff claimed to believe(ALL men are created equal), and what they actually practiced(black Africans were not equal).
Danny, logic tells me that if someone makes a statement that all men are equal, and all men have the right to live their lives free, and then these men oppress certain people, then that means 1 of possibly 2 things. IMO, logically it means either they either believed what they wrote, that all men should live as free men, but African slaves aren't really men, so they don't count. Or, they really didn't mean what they wrote. Is there another logical conclusion I'm missing?
Danny, I'm just pointing out the inconsistencies between what SOME founding fathers preached, and what they actually practiced.
24 “Truly, truly, I say to you, he who hears My word, and believes Him who sent Me, has eternal life, and does not come into judgment, but has passed out of death into life.
"You don’t need faith, logic, reason, proof, or anything else to be atheist, all you need to do is reject what someone told you."
St. Richard the Sarcastic--The Patron Saint of Irony