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PostPosted: Wed Oct 13, 2004 12:42 pm    Post subject: Victims Guaranteed Qualifications (VGQ) Reply with quote

Victims Guaranteed Qualifications (VGQ): Pronunciation Key

Minimize conflict by maximizing constructive interaction between non-white people.

Criteria:
(1) No non-white person should criticize or critique what another non-white person says and/or does in response to being a victim of racism (white supremacy).

Explanation/Reason:
This helps to minimize confusion between non-white people under the SYSTEM of white supremacy (racism). All people classified as and forced to function as non-white, by white people that choose to practice white supremacy (racism), are victims of white supremacy (racism) and are qualified to say and/or do whatever they deem necessary in response to the unjust SYSTEM of white supremacy (racism), at any time and/or in any place in all areas of people activity including Economics, Education, Entertainment, Labor, Law, Politics, Religion, Sex, and War.

Racist Logic:
To maximize confusion among people they classify as non-white by using words with definitions that do not reveal truth.
To keep non-white people focused on and fighting with each other.

Counter-Racist Logic:
To maximize understanding of "what's happening" by using words that reveal truth in such a manner that justice and correctness is promoted.
To minimize conflict between non-white people.
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 13, 2004 8:18 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Virtual_God,

How about if a Victim of Racism asks another Victim of Racism for constructive criticism on how to better refine her/his practice of counter racism?
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 13, 2004 10:13 pm    Post subject: Re: Reply with quote

mel wrote:
Virtual_God,

How about if a Victim of Racism asks another Victim of Racism for constructive criticism on how to better refine her/his practice of counter racism?

All constructive communication between non-white people is allowed according to Counter-Racist Logic. When I use the word "constructive" I define it as "problem solving by revealing truth in such a manner that justice and correctness is promoted". When I use the word "criticize" I define it as "to find fault in a person or object". The result of criticism is that usually the person gets offended...even if the person is not the object of the fault found. This is non-constructive activity.

Knowing this is a possibility I minimize conflict by changing how the words are arranged and defined (not using "constructive criticism" and using "constructive interaction"), which changes how I think about what I'm saying and/or doing...which in turn changes what I say and/or do.

Using my definition of criticize and my definition of constructive I don't see how the two can be placed together in reference to each other and minimize conflict...not if it all comes down to function (saying and doing). Constructive interaction is constructive interaction...we don't need to add "criticism" or any other word to that. Either what you say and/or do will be constructive or it will be non-constructive...ain't no splittin' the difference. Now I could be incorrect so the question I ask you is...

What do you mean when you say "constructive criticism"?
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