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ScottBen | 19:03 Sun 18th Dec 2011 | Society & Culture
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Why is it that non white British citizens are treated with kid gloves, given preferential treatment and have everyone around them walking on eggshells?
Is it because the politically correct liberal madness prevalent throughout government still defines them as a victimised oppressed minority that's under the thumb of the right wing bigoted white fascist?
It's ridiculous. It would be funny if there wasn't an element of truth in it.
I refer of course to sp1814's racist thread in news. It's only racist and bigoted if you're white or British.

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"Why is it that non white British citizens are treated with kid gloves"

They're not

"given preferential treatment"

Nope

"and have everyone around them walking on eggshells? "

Not noticed that either
Examples please.
Why is it that people who have been less sucessful in life than they hoped paint themselves as victims of incompetent government andPolitical correctness

You don't see Alan Sugar or Richard Branson going around whining like this do you?

Oh - right of course - it's easier to blame someone else for your misfortunes isn't it?
Racism against whites is allowed, even encouraged, this sp1814 chap seems particularly bigoted in that respect.
Steady.....you'll blow your claim to have only just joined right out of the water, if you continue in a similar vein....
If this is true, it will probably change, as the truth about the sexually-abusive grooming of young white girls emerges. A large proportion ( but not all ) of these groomers are Muslim men, who regard very young white girls as fair game, since they can easily get hold of little white girls but have to respect their own women , or the brothers of their own women will get revenge. This IS a situation where the police have handled things with kid gloves, fearing to be called "culture-insentitive " or fearing creating a backlash. The Times has revealed that this has been going on in places like Yorkshire for years, and it has largely been swept under the carpet. I suggest you keep a very close eye on developments here - the backlash is likely to be the other way around, if the police don't preserve strict racial neutrality and investigate ALL such crimes equally. Watch this space
True, when faced with injustice, we may feel inclined to cry out: “Where is the God of justice?” That was the exclamation of the Jews of Malachi’s day. (Malachi 2:17) Did God take their complaint seriously? On the contrary, it made him feel “weary” because, among other things, they themselves were dealing treacherously with their wives who had grown old, divorcing them on the flimsiest of pretexts. God expressed his concern over ‘the wives of their youth, with whom they had dealt treacherously, although they were their partners and the wives of their covenant.’—Malachi 2:14.

Can we legitimately complain about injustice if we ourselves act unjustly? On the other hand, if we try to imitate Jesus by rooting out prejudice and racism from our hearts, by being impartial and loving to all, and by not returning evil for evil, we show that we truly love justice.
Oh give it a rest with all your god bothering.
Atalanta - it hasn't been swept under the carpet.
Atalanta - it hasn't been swept under the carpet, No,
Why does God allow suffering? If God is all-powerful, loving, wise, and just, why is the world so full of hatred and injustice? Have you ever wondered about these things yourself?
Elderman, you are unbelievable. I suspect that you are Naomi in disguise to stir, because no one can be that ill informed about life.
^^What?
Naomi , I think Wildwood is not being entirely serious when he suggests that you have created a god's advocate. I think he proposed this idea because Elderman seems to have so little grasp of reality that he cannot be a real person. No reflection on your actual grasp of reality intended I imagine.
I hope you're right, Jom. Good grief! I might be successfully 'ambidextrous', so to speak, in a literary sense, but even I would have trouble coming up with that tripe if requested!
lol :-)
Elderman - “Why does God allow suffering? If God is all-powerful, loving, wise, and just, why is the world so full of hatred and injustice?”

That's a good question. Why don't you let us all know the answer - in your own words of course?
That's a good question. Why don't you let us all know the answer - in your own words of course?

Let us use an illustrate why a God of order would allow disorder on earth. Imagine, if you will, walking into a forest and coming upon a house. As you inspect the house, you see that it is in disorder. The windows are broken, the roof has serious damage, the wooden porch is full of holes, the door is hanging on one hinge, and the plumbing does not work.
In the face of all these defects, would you conclude that no intelligent designer could possibly have designed that house?
But when you more thoroughly examine the structure, you see that it was originally put together well and gives evidence of much thoughtful designer . But it was now simply run down and on the way to ruin. What could the defects and problems indicate? They could suggest that (1) the owner died; (2) he is a capable builder but is no longer interested in the house; or (3) he temporarily leased his property to unappreciative tenants. The latter is similar to the situation regarding this earth. But why so long of time?
^^ Another little fairy tale, children. :o)
Elderman -

“... Let us use an illustrate why a God of order would allow disorder on earth...”

Okay. Let's pretend. I love silly childish games. They make me feel young again.


“... Imagine, if you will, walking into a forest and coming upon a house. As you inspect the house, you see that it is in disorder. The windows are broken, the roof has serious damage, the wooden porch is full of holes, the door is hanging on one hinge, and the plumbing does not work.
In the face of all these defects, would you conclude that no intelligent designer could possibly have designed that house?...”

Indeed not. I would conclude that the house, having been designed and built, had been left to rack and ruin for reasons currently unknown. Wow! This is an intriguing and interesting story. I wonder where it will lead? Please continue!


“... But when you more thoroughly examine the structure, you see that it was originally put together well and gives evidence of much thoughtful designer . But it was now simply run down and on the way to ruin...”

Okay...


“... What could the defects and problems indicate? They could suggest that (1) the owner died; (2) he is a capable builder but is no longer interested in the house; or (3) he temporarily leased his property to unappreciative tenants...”

Yes, I understand all that. The house is in ruins and we don't know specifically why – we've already established that.


“... The latter is similar to the situation regarding this earth. But why so long of time?”

What!?! Is that it? All that exposition for such a pathetically flimsy ending?


So what you're saying is that the Earth is like the abandoned house. It has been designed by a designer but that designer has then left it to go to rack and ruin. And what do you think that says about god (the supposed designer)? It says to me that if he did create the earth then he's clearly not in the least bit interested in it any more and has long since departed leaving his 'creation' to the ravages of nature and time.

If this is an argument for an almighty, all loving god then it's a spectacularly poor one. Also, it has nothing to say about the issue about which you are purporting to be addressing – namely, “Why does God allow suffering?”.


Your capacity for obfuscation seems to know no bounds.
You can’t see what is under your noses!! Can you?
Are we not also living in an age of uncontrolled violence, bloodshed, and immorality? Regardless of what man does to try to rectify the damage he has done to the physical earth, he can never restore to life the estimated one hundred million who have died in his wars during this century; nor can he bring back the millions murdered by criminals or the countless sad victims who die of hunger. Certainly, he cannot restore the estimated 40 to 60 million unborn babies whose lives are ended by abortion each year. Can we doubt that the earth is being ruined in God’s sight by such things—not to mention by the immorality that is so rampant today.
Reason tells us that God must soon act to save the earth from man’s ruinous activities, and Bible prophecy confirms this. But what will he do? The Bible says that he will “bring to ruin those ruining the earth.” (Revelation 11:18) Just as a landlord ejects a destructive tenant, so God will “eject” those who ruin his beautiful creation, the earth.

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