A Renewed Call For Hate???

I was working on an environmental post when this headline crossed my radar … TWICE!

Editor of Alabama newspaper calls for the Ku Klux Klan to ‘night ride again’

Say WHAT???  And then again …

Alabama newspaper editor calls on KKK to lynch Democrats

Deep breathes … in … out … in … out …

WHAT the Sam HELL is wrong with these damn people???Goodloe SuttonThe editor is Goodloe Sutton and the newspaper is the Democrat-Reporter in Linden, Alabama.  He said Democrats were going to raise taxes and that the KKK should hang them and raid Washington DC.  This, my friends, is the depth to which this nation has sunk.

“Time for the Ku Klux Klan to night ride again. Democrats in the Republican Party and Democrats are plotting to raise taxes in Alabama… This socialist-communist ideology sounds good to the ignorant, the uneducated, and the simple-minded people. Seems like the Klan would be welcome to raid the gated communities up there.”kkk-article.jpg

Asked to elaborate what he meant by “cleaning up D.C.,” Sutton suggested lynching.

“We’ll get the hemp ropes out, loop them over a tall limb and hang all of them.

When asked if he felt it was appropriate for the publisher of a newspaper to call for the lynching of Americans, Sutton doubled down on his position.

“… It’s not calling for the lynchings of Americans. These are socialist-communists we’re talking about. Do you know what socialism and communism is?”

When asked if he recognized the KKK as a racist and violent organization, Sutton disagreed, comparing the Klan to the NAACP.

“A violent organization? Well, they didn’t kill but a few people. The Klan wasn’t violent until they needed to be.”

Say WHAT???  What planet does this man hail from???  Sutton is 79-years-old and surely remembers the dark days before the Civil Rights movement?  But wait … he said they “didn’t kill but a few people” … perhaps he doesn’t consider African-Americans to be ‘people’?

Sutton and his paper haven’t always been on the wrong side …

  • Sutton and the newspaper received national acclaim in the 1990s for their reporting on a corrupt local sheriff. Sutton and his wife, Jane, reported a series of stories of misused funds and abuse of power.
  • The New York Times in 1998 reported Sutton and the Democrat-Reporter lost advertising dollars and subscribers over their reporting.
  • In 2007, Sutton was inducted into the University of Southern Mississippi’s School of Communication Hall of Fame for the couple’s anti-corruption articles and editorials.

After his aforementioned editorial, the University of Southern Mississippi appropriately removed him from the Hall of Fame, saying …

“Within the last few hours, the School of Communication at the University of Southern Mississippi learned of Mr. Goodloe Sutton’s call for violence and the return of the Ku Klux Klan. Mr. Sutton’s subsequent rebuttals and attempts at clarification only reaffirm the misguided and dangerous nature of his comments. The School of Communication strongly condemns Mr. Sutton’s remarks as they are antithetical to all that we value as scholars of journalism, the media, and human communication. Our University’s values of social responsibility and citizenship, inclusion and diversity, and integrity and civility are the foundation upon which we have built our School and its programs.”

A bit late, I think.  A few of the paper’s past headlines …

  • Homosexuals take black spotlight
  • Slavery was a good lesson for Jews
  • Selma black thugs murder Demopolite Saturday night

Some days I wonder if perhaps we should have just let the South secede?

But to the point …

My friends … this is what is happening today in our nation.  Now, some people will say that the United States, or ‘America’, was once the greatest nation on earth.  Not so, but still, it was pretty good.  We overcame many of our stumbling blocks, we were learning to be kind, to be tolerant, to accept people for what they were, the good the bad and the ugly, so to speak.

I could go back to the origins of the hate and divisiveness we see today, but I’ve said it all before and what’s the point?  Better, I think, to look ahead and discuss the damage that is being done today by the likes of Goodloe Sutton, David Duke, Jason Kessler, Richard Spencer, and ask ourselves how we fix this.  How do we put paid to this “Us” vs “Them” mentality?  Quite honestly, the combination of this hatred and the open gun culture in this nation is lethal.


Daryl Davis (left) with Klansman

A few people have made inroads, most notably Daryl Davis, the man I wrote about in August 2017 who for the past 30 years has spent time befriending members of the Ku Klux Klan, forming friendships and listening as well as talking. He had, as of my original post, convinced some 200 klansmen to give up their robes.    Two hundred out of approximately 248 million adults in the U.S. may not sound like much, but it’s a start.

Remember back in May/June of last year, when I tried a project involving Lisa Jensen of The Snarky Activist, where we shared opinions, ideas, and tried to find common ground?  It went well for a bit, but then Lisa had some personal issues, needed some time, and it just sort of fizzled.  I think I will get in touch with her this week and see if she has any interest in picking it up again.  And then there was my friend Brian who was willing to participate for a time, but last time I sent him a message, he didn’t respond.  Perhaps I will try again.

We cannot legislate kindness and understanding, so I think it is up to us, the average citizen both republican and democrat, religious and non-religious, black and white, to start the conversation, for the only answer I can see begins with two things:  communication and kindness, being a role model.  I have a short fuse these days, as I’m sure many of you do, but perhaps we need to tamp down our tempers and act more kindly toward other humans, share more smiles, give more hugs.

And with that, I put the ball in your court, dear readers.  Does anybody have any ideas how we can begin to make a difference in our own little corners of the world?  Does anybody have a friend who might be interested in participating in another series of ‘give-and-take’ posts?  February 17th was National Acts of Random Kindness Day.  Maybe the answer starts with making every day a day in which we do a random act of kindness.  I don’t know the answer, but we simply must combat the sort of hate that allows a newspaper editor to call for a resurgence of the KKK night riders to murder democrats!  This cannot go unnoticed or be ignored!

About an hour after I thought I had finished this post, breaking news crossed my radar about a U.S. Coast Guard lieutenant and white supremacist, Christopher Paul Hasson, who was found with a cache of weapons and ammunition and documents stating …

“I am dreaming of a way to kill almost every last person on the earth.”  

Stay tuned …

53 thoughts on “A Renewed Call For Hate???

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  2. ‘The ignorant, the uneducated, and the simple-minded people’ – well that appears to be the pot calling the kettle black, as they say. But seriously, I saw this and it absolutely stunned me. If this was published in the UK, the guy would be prosecuted for incitement to violence immediately.

    On another note, if the South had seceded you wouldn’t have Trump!

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    • I think he must have been looking in a mirror when he said that! I agree … free speech has been taken a step too far when it calls for violence, brutality and murder. Unfortunately, it’s a slippery slope and in this country, the saying “give an inch, they’ll take a mile” applies.

      Hmmm … yet another reason to think we should have let them secede. 😉

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  3. In a world that seems filled with rampant hate, I am reminded of the words of Nelson Mandela : “No one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin, or his background, or his religion. People must learn to hate, and if they can learn to hate, they can learn to love, for love comes more naturally to the human heart than its opposite.” In a perfect world there would be no hate, but the world is far from perfect. I am not so sure that Mandela was correct, some people do not seem capable of learning to love, much less want to. Thank-you!

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    • The Mandela quote is so true … all one has to do is watch a group of young children playing to see that they could care less the colour of one’s skin … they just want to have fun and be friends, for they have not yet been indoctrinated into the culture of hate and bigotry. As for whether love comes easier than hate, I see your point, for it is true that some people seem incapable of loving another. The man who calls himself president is such a person, for I don’t think he even feels love for his own children beyond what they can do for him. However, for the rest of us, I do think we are more disposed to love than to hate, at least until we experience the hatred of others toward us, and then perhaps we learn to hate. From my own experience, I know that it is difficult not to respond to hate and bigotry in kind, but … I try. I’m not always successful, but I try.

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  4. Certainly, this ‘hate’ Rhetoric is not exclusive to America and it is rising exponentially to the point of striking me down, dumbfounded. But that is what is intended. These sorts of statements are made to shut us up and make us scurry like timid mice, into safe little corners away from the main traffic of political bullying.

    My own partner (how did I ever marry this man?) shocked me this evening. I had mentioned that a few high profile naturalists in the UK, had set up a not-for-profit organisation to take perpetrators of wildlife crimes to court (as our ineffective government seems to be complicit in most of it). My husband said… that won’t work… Just another waste of time and money. If you want to do something that gets action, you need to do something more drastic so people take notice. I said, “well there is the Extinction Rebellion,” they have managed to shut down traffic flow in places, to push for action on climate. Then my husband looked at me and said… “Not enough, doesn’t make anyone change things, you have to blow up a bridge or the London Eye or something.”
    I was dumbfounded and felt sick. He was serious. The hatreds that have come out of his mouth lately are really troubling. It is as though someone has flipped a switch in his brain. His attitude is worrying, and I just wound up the conversation. I cannot fight that sort of belligerent, blind violence, either in thought or reality. Where is it coming from? If I weren’t a sane person, I might suspect that half the population had just been overtaken by alien parasites… And being reprogrammed to eliminate the rest of us. Seriously though, I am at a loss as to how we counter this madness that has gripped humanity. When did life become so meaningless that we flippantly talk about eliminating anyone who doesn’t agree with our point of view? I am at a total loss as to how to deal with this, other than running with the mice into the shadows. 😶

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  5. Jill, you asking great questions like what we can do to make things better in our little corner of the world is an excellent start. From my person experience, communication can overcome seemingly insurmountable obstacles between ppl. I have friends ranging from hard socialist left to ultra-conservative right. They are all reasonable, open minded and intelligent ppl with different viewpoints. We don’t always have to agree with one another, but at least we should attempt to be respectful, kind and loving. That would resolve a huge part of the problem, esp when emotions get elevated and we all lose our temper at times.

    If I may quote from the bible, Matthew 5:43-48
    Love for Enemies
    43 “You have heard that it was said, ‘Love your neighbor[a] and hate your enemy.’ 44 But I tell you, love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you, 45 that you may be children of your Father in heaven. He causes his sun to rise on the evil and the good, and sends rain on the righteous and the unrighteous. 46 If you love those who love you, what reward will you get? Are not even the tax collectors doing that? 47 And if you greet only your own people, what are you doing more than others? Do not even pagans do that? 48 Be perfect, therefore, as your heavenly Father is perfect.

    I hope our fellow atheists readers are not offended by my quote, if so then I apologize. Jill please remove my comment if warranted. *Peace & LOVE everyone* ❤

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        • wow, 40000 followers, that’s a lot of people.

          I’m not sure how many my little blog has but I need to start posting again, if I can figure out how to post by email which I used to do. I wonder if any of you guys can give me a hint on where to find that info? I looked in settings, and everywhere else I could think in my dashboard but couldn’t find the option to post by email as I had done before.

          If it’s inappropriate to ask for help as it’s off the topic, feel free to delete the comment.


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          • Yes, she has a lot of followers. One of my first blogging friends was Jason of Opinionated Man who at that time had 56,000 followers and I was in awe. Now that I have around 2,600, I realize that while I might like to reach that many people, I have no desire to have 50,000 plus followers, for I would never have time to breathe! But to your point, no there is nothing wrong with anybody asking for help here! I don’t know the answer to your question about posting via email, but I will either find the answer, or see if one of my other readers knows. Hugs!!!


          • Hi Scott, hope I have your name right, yes wordpress does allow posting via email. I believe if you have an email client list, you may automatically notify them whenever a new post goes out. Here are the instructions:
            Twitter is also a great social media, WP automatically generates a tweet to all your followers whenever you publish a post. That’s the easiest way I found to notify all my readers. Good luck!


    • I don’t think your comment should be removed. I’m an ex-Catholic who no longer believes in ANY organized religion. This quote fits Jill’s article perfectly. As humans, we are called to live better lives – to be loving and kind to all.

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      • I agree … like you, I largely eschew religion, but it doesn’t offend me until people try to tell me that their way is the only right way. It seems to me that kindness and compassion is the only religion anybody needs.

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      • Thanks for your support John, I also no longer follow organized religion, it seemed natural for me to grow out of it. Now that I’m no longer a part of the church for man, I find greater meaning from the spirit of Christ. Don’t get me wrong, the church still has many great qualities and they do help a great number of ppl, but it also comes with a lot of baggage from the past. I’ve learned to reconcile with organize religion, I’m free to appreciate all beliefs and the wonders that connect us all in the most profound way.
        So yeah I totally agree with your sentiment, our purpose for living is to come together and uplift all for the betterment of mankind. — The path is being authentically loving and kind to all… well said! ❤


    • No offense taken at all. Common sense is to be found in a number of places, and this is, to me, naught more or less than common sense. Nobody gave one person the right to feel superior to others or to treat others as lesser beings. To do so based on political ideology is unconscionable. Funny, though, how many so-called Christians have forgotten that. No, I have no reason to remove your comment, for there was nothing offensive about it.

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      • Totally agree with your rationale, what may seem like common sense is not common to everyone. I try to be mindful of ppl who may not appreciate religion and take offense to any religious rhetoric. Nowadays I won’t presume to know how anyone feels about any given issue. I have learned that when it comes to hot topic like politics or religion, it’s best to acknowledge that I don’t know everything. Thus giving the proper respect and space for ppl with differing beliefs or POVs to discuss, only then can we all come to some kind of mutual understanding. I’m thinking that’s the underlying message of what your post is all about, finding common ground amongst all ppl so we can stop fighting and make this a better world for all.
        Jill, I really appreciate all your time and energy you devote to this blog. Your caring spirit reaches out further than you could ever imagine. I have many friends who started reading your post and had profound change of views, all for the better! Keep up the excellent work, we all love you!! 🙂


  6. Jill, thank you for shining a spotlight on this hatespeech. Let me ramble a little.
    – Real leaders must condemn loudly this kind of hatespeech; this is akin to shouting fire in a crowded theater. It need only rile one person who has access to an assault weapon.
    – Just yesterday, a Coast Guard officer was arrested as a potential domestic terrorist threat with plans to kill Democrat leaders and members of the media.
    – We should not forget the bombs sent to about a dozen Democrat leaders last fall or the attack on the newspaper in Maryland.
    – We need not build a wall to keep terrorists out; they are already here. The number of domestic terrorist groups in the US total over 1,000.
    – Being brutally frank, the majority of Trump’s base are not white supremacists; but white supremacists support Trump.
    – Trump did not invent hate, but he used it to get elected and still uses it to divide us and mask his prolific lying.

    As for the socialist rhetoric, my former party has a dearth of good ideas, so they paint with labels. The GOP lost the House on healthcare issues, yet four months later, the best they can do is to criticize Medicare for All. The GOP and Dems need to stabilize the ACA first and reverse rhe sabatoging the GOP and Trump did to make premiums higher than they otherwise would be. Sadly, the GOP has screwed American people to win an argument and very few people know they did (Google “Marco Rubio and ACA Risk Corridors” and “Donald Trump and ACA copay reimbursement for people in poverty”).


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    • Dear Keith … You know I love it when you ramble! I am surprised that he wasn’t arrested, for as you say, his words amount to hate speech and incitement to riot (or terrorize).

      This is what amazes me … all the hullabaloo about a wall on the Mexican border, and about barring immigrants from Muslim nations, when the real terrorists that actually pose a danger to the U.S. are already here … they were BORN here! Why do so many wear blinders to the facts?

      Anymore, I am not so sure that the majority of his base aren’t at least closet white supremacists. I haven’t heard any logic for supporting Trump from any of them in ages other than a fear of ‘other’, which translates to either white supremacy, homophobia, Islamaphobia, or some other form of bigotry.

      I certainly agree that ACA needs to be put back together and expanded on, but I don’t look for it to happen under the current regime. It’s funny, because Obama would have liked, I think, to implement a system of universal health care, but he was smart enough to know it would never fly, so he began by taking baby steps, ie., ACA. Even that, however, has been demonized by the GOP. I wonder sometimes who those wealthy 1% think will be around to grow their food, build their houses, clean their clothes and make their fancy new cars as they allow the other 99% of us to die from either lack of medical care or lack of food? Sigh.

      Thanks for your thought-sharing … I always enjoy it!

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      • Jill, if the GOP was successful in dismantling the ACA, they could have kissed their party goodbye. McCain, Murkowski, and Collins saved the ACA and the GOP bacon. What the GOP put forth was absolutely horrible legislation crafted in a horrible manner. That was McCain’s biggest beef. Had this gone through, we would definitely be talking about a recession and the GOP would have lost more seats than they did. Keith

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        • You are right, of course. I wonder, though, how much longer the GOP can survive? Perhaps it is time for a shake-up, for a new, more moderate party to enter the fray and let the GOP step back and re-group. It seems they lack a leader at the moment.


  7. I’ll have to read your give and take posts. are they all from mid 2017 and beyond so I know where to start searching in the blog? Calling for violence against a political opponent is horrible no matter what side that violent intent originates from. You’ve got some good ideas on how to make things better, those clansmen should hug democrats, not hang them. Hugging is a much preferred method of interaction.

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  8. Dear Jill,

    Rawgod has a point that I’ve started to focus on in my blogging. GOP followers of Donald Trump will be demonizing Democrats and their candidates repeatedly with the words of socialism/ communism. This rhetoric needs to be countered hard. The fact is, that if it were not for the Democratic Party, there would be no Medicare, Social Security, ACA Obamacare that covers pre-existing conditions, workers’ rights, etc. Capitalism unchecked is the equivalent of corporate welfare. Safety net programs do not equal socialism.

    The rhetoric by the likes of Goodloe Sutton, President Trump are a direct cause for the sharp increase in hate crimes against all minorities. There are news outlets reporting on the arrest of a Coast Guard officer who was amassing stockpiles of weapons and making plans to attack Democratic Party leaders and reporters who have been declared, ‘enemies of the people,’ according to President Trump. He was preparing attacks if and when impeachment against the president started up.

    Hugs, Gronda

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    • You make a number of very pertinent points, Gronda. Words like ‘socialism’ and ‘communism’ are bandied about with those who speak the words rarely understanding the ideology or underlying principles. It’s like a small child saying f**k without having a clue what the word means … it just sounds cool. Safety net programs are not socialism in the least bit, and some of those Trump followers are benefiting from them just as much as are democrats. This nation doesn’t exist simply to make the rich, richer, though some might argue that point. Good sense and humanitarian values will eventually win out, but meanwhile what do we have to put up with from the ignorant and under-educated?

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  9. As for the Lisa Jensen Project, I have been trying similar conversations on my own, but failing miserably. I want very badly to find where the disconnect lies, but it is the lies that destroy me. The people I talk to end up using Trumpiam rhetoric as if it is gospel truth. We have to protect the southern border from criminals and killers. God is under attack, and we have to save him (How impossible does that sound!). We must hide our real identities, or they will kill us and rape our women and children. The BS I have heard is said with all the authority of known truth.
    There is no way to fight that kind of thinking, as far as I can see. It is taken on faith that we are the destroyers. As we already know, you cannot fight faith. People have to find within themselves their own meaning of that faith, or the key to questioning the dogma they are fed as young children.
    I am trying hard not to alienate Christians like many of your readers are, they find comfort in treating people well. But it is the fanatics who get the press, the ones written about in the DSM-5 who obsess over god and religion. These are the Evangelicals who believe the world is out to get them. These are the christians to be feared.

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    • Those who use the Trumpian rhetoric do so because they are largely unintelligent and cannot think for themselves, so they are left with nothing but to parrot what they hear. Like you, I walk a fine line, for many of my friends and readers are Christians and they are also good people, people with compassion and people whom I like very much. But they also respect my views, my lack of religion and lack of a believe in some higher being who can, but rarely does, perform miracles. That is why I rarely even discuss religion in this blog, for my views are at odds with the majority, and I DO know that being Christian does not automatically make a person a bigot or a hypocrite.


      • It certainly does not, but the evangelical elite certainly think it does. All christians are under fire from us SJWs, according to them, and must defend their religion to the death. It would be nice if the religious left would become more vocal. The religious right understands silence as complicity.

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        • You’re right, and that’s a problem. It’s far too easy to categorize people and I’ve caught myself doing it too, especially where Christians are concerned. These are such divisive times, and that wide divide is just what Trump & Putin want. It is up to us to be better than that, to keep trying to understand and be the voice of reason, but sometimes it’s hard. Sigh.


  10. Patricia is right: themas is off his rocker and needs to be institutionalized. (Odd name for a paper published by a right-winger:”Democrat-Reporter.”) Odd. But then this whole thing is odd. need, the world is becoming odd. And you know the answer to your own question. It’s what YOU do: whatever you can do to make your small part of the world better.

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    • Yes, he must surely be off his rocker, but how is it that it has gone unnoticed? Or, has it been noticed and nobody was willing to speak out? Yes, I know the answer, but I guess the real question is how do we get people to do what we both know is right? How do we convince the greedy and the ignorant that they, too, must stop hating and act for the betterment of mankind before we simply destroy ourselves?


      • People will always hate, sad to say. But we can only hope that there are enough examples of good people doing good things to offset the hatred. No? As long as there are good people (and you show us each week that they are out there) there is hope.

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        • Yes, as long as there are good people … and frankly I still believe that at the core of us, there are more good people than bad … then there is hope. I just wish the bad people would go live in a cave somewhere and let the good people live in peace! Sigh.

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  11. Amazing he did not change the name of his newspaper. The Democrat Reporter would be one of his worst enemies. But, it seems the man has gone senile, and has reverted back to his father’s or grandfather’s time. This certainly does not sound like the same person who won that award for democratic reporting…
    Meanwhile, Jill, remember one of my comments maybe a week ago, about the demonizing of the socialist-communist labels. Those labels are being repurposed to describe current day Democrats, to scare people from voting for them. This guy’s editorials are doing exactly that.
    This is from other blogs, but the repubs are insulting Democrats and their supporters as SJWs, Social Justice Warriors, somehow turning what they obviously know to be a good thing into a hated thing. We may not call ourselves social justice warriors, yet that is exactly what we are, fighting for the good of all people including those self-same repubs. I say we repurpose their insult and claim it for ourselves. If we are indeed Social Justice Warriors, and I think we are, let’s call ourselves that. If they can change good into bad, then let us turn bad back into good. Social Justice Warriors Arise, you are needed to peacefully fight the Evangelical Enemy to save them from themselves.

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    • I, too, wondered if senility has set in, for he apparently once had his head on straight. I cannot say, but he certainly does not need to be the editor of a newspaper, of a venue that can so easily motivate people to go out and act on his words.

      Y’know … I consider myself to be somewhat of an SJW, although sadly not a very active one. And if the far right wish to attempt to demonize that, then I say let them have at it, for they are only showing what greedy and stupid people they are. I’m with you 100% on re-purposing the insult and throwing it right back at them. They care only for themselves, while we care for the entire human race and are willing to make personal sacrifices to help others.


  12. I am from the South. Somehow though, as much bad rap as Louisiana gets for its back woods social and racial mentality, I see more outward racism anong those inclined in these eastern Southern states, i am often appalled by what I hear. I was not raised to think in terms of race or sexism and it took me half a lifetime to even really understand the depth of its existence. I will continue taking the high road and loving in the face of hatred for I know no other way. But I would fight for my right to choose at any given moment. You are right. No one can legislate kindness. There is a trend at overcompensation as well as the pushing back of insistence among those who refuse to let go of dogmas, prejudices and antiquated ideaology. I don’t know Jill, I kind of see a The Day the Earth Stood Still scenario in my mind at this point. It feels like a snowball rolling downhill right now…fast. I am actually depressed though I try to remain positive and find the good things in life.

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    • It seems that the southern states (and you are right, Alabama and Mississippi are the worst, with Georgia and the Carolinas not far behind) have the most people who follow a white supremacist, pre-Civil War dogma, but it exists everywhere, even in New England. California is likely the state with the fewest number of people who are thus bigoted, but even there, it exists. And it’s not only here in the U.S., but you’ll notice it in France, the UK, Germany … it’s a widespread hate that stems from fear and I don’t see it ending soon. Hang in … I think we’re all bordering on depression these days, but as you said, find the good things in life … good people, good music, friends, family, and if we ever see any … SUNSHINE! 🌞

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    • Perhaps by asking, we are tempting the fates! But just remember … it can always get worse … our job is to try to find a way to make it start getting better. Sigh. Just don’t ask me how we go about that, for I haven’t a clue. ❤

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    • He is definitely unstable, but one has to wonder how it has gone undetected for so long? I mean, he’s in the Coast Guard and before that was in the U.S. Marine Corps … wouldn’t you think somebody would have noticed something?


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