• Yes

  • No

50% 9 votes
50% 9 votes
  • Where in the U.S are Whites being genocided??

  • Not in the developed world. Some places like Zimbabwe could be categorized as preforming such acts, but not the US or Europe.

  • If anything, it is genocide of other races.

    Posted by: gabep
  • Umm... No.... I am not aware of any attempts now, or any in history I can think of.

    Posted by: TBR
  • Physical genocide is an obvious No. Cultural genocide is a common xenophobic claim. The premise is fallacious and biologically inconsistent. The dogmatic preservation of one "race" of the entire human species is an artificial cognitive delusion. The integration of humans is not a genocide. Cultures can exist and adapt, and there is nothing immoral with that.

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MakeSensePeopleDont says2015-07-19T12:58:25.3794590-05:00
White Genocide by whom?
triangle.128k says2015-07-19T13:03:56.2454928-05:00
@MakeSensePeopleDont I don't think you get what I mean. "White genocide" is a term popular by racists, it implies that whites are being threatened and 'genocided' against with increasing ethnic diversity in Europe and US.
TheDebater_101 says2015-07-19T13:13:07.4646292-05:00
In some countries like Sierra Leona, I know for a fact if you're white in Sierra Leone, you will be a prime target for assasination, as some Siearra Leonans hate white (Emphasis: Not All, Only Some)
triangle.128k says2015-07-19T13:17:51.0980442-05:00
@TheDebater101 I'm talking about white genocide in western areas like the EU or US.
TheDebater_101 says2015-07-19T13:20:12.5556113-05:00
@triangle.128k Well I didn't know, but under that condition I don't think so.
Vox_Veritas says2015-07-19T15:18:20.0694746-05:00
Not except maybe in one or two African nations.
TBR says2015-07-20T18:18:50.0167641-05:00
Where did all these "yes" votes come from, and why is none of the 6 voters explaining this?

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