Zero Powers wrote:
> >From: "Lee Corbin" <email@example.com>
> >Zero Powers writes
> > > It is virtually impossible to have been born and raised in the US
> > > without being a racist.
> >In what large society would it be possible for people to be born and
> >raised without being a racist? (I am not trying to make a point; I
> >am interested in your opinion about the existence of such a place.)
> I don't know. The only place I've ever been born and raised is the US.
> I've heard stories about less racist places (Brazil and Scandinavia come to
> mind) but I couldn't really tell ya.
Brazil, it seems has had so much interbreeding over time that racism is
not really a very viable concept in that society, while Scandinavian
countries have had such tight immigration restrictions for so long that
few scandinavians have had the time to be exposed to foreigners enough
to significantly form really negative opinions. Then again, Naziism was
actually a rather significant party in some Scandinavian countries prior
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