LETTERS: on racism

The dictionary puts a meaning to this as an unfounded attitude. “Negative” in context.
However, those in agriculture understand the pre disposition of different breeds of cattle, sheep, horses, etc. Some have characteristics due to their ancestry. They are not equal.
History and the environment equals the results. What constitutes environment is very complex. Physical, mental, inheritance, expectations, hierarchy, color, size, religion, temperment, etc. Ecology is the word for environment that affect or effects the outcome. Equal is the norm, equals function, adjusting along the way. Nature’s rules of survival.
Why does civilization need a code of ethics that goes beyond government family, employment, etc.? Ecology has some rules that need to be adhered to regardless of your awareness; your survival requires a workable format.
Assets or liabilities are the question. What are you? Who are you? The land itself can only produce so much. You yourself need to be a fertile asset in the ecology of life. Liabilities only last so long.  Why be a part of the dysfunction when you could be an asset. The human has used tools to assist in its survival. Law, order, mathematics, language, religion, etc.
You don’t see these racial marches in agriculture areas: why? The huge city is eventually dysfunctional for many reasons, if you see an ant hill they are only so large, why? Nature has rules of nature. The size of different species of tree only grow to a certainly size. Rules of nature are very very notable. The human race is at the mercy of ecology regardless of own so-called scientific age. What is your IQ?                   


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Ken Cameron

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