@Hannibal In my opinion, the future is us embracing the fact that we have influenced the culture at large and continuing the tradition.
These days, you can't throw a rock online without someone claiming red pill this or that because there was something called a subreddit that blossomed despite an environment that hated everything it stood for. Without the leadership of @redpillschool nobody would utter the phrase "The Red Pill" today.
You want to get red pilled on something? this is the site for it and we're building the infrastructure to support that.
@assassin I predict that she will age like moist cheese. In my experience with them I find it helps to engage culturally, learn to dance (well) like her people do and you'll have a good shot with her. If you're online be as assertive as you can be once you're past 'hello'.
@Daily-Prescription The point was analyzing the parameters. Now if you want to get into ancillaries we can talk about quantifying how many were beaten to death by whites vs how many died on the ships that other Africans put them on vs. how many died of disease etc.. Without delving into the numbers, I'd surmise that the whites killing black slaves was the exception because of financial benefits they were attempting to exploit. I could be wrong.
All in all, your question was answered and proven to be indicative of a flawed premise.
Sounds like you're saying Mexicans are stealing our jobs :)
In the context of H1B its Indian families getting deported if someone loses their job. The Mexicans you're referring to do not sign up for that program.
This will sound really radical but in some cases sweatshops aren't that bad. They provide bad living standards but it's still better than what those people had to live with before.
I'd wager that a white farmer in the times of slavery would come to the same conclusion regarding life in Africa. In either case its an inhumane financial assessment.
Outsourcing is accepted on very similar terms. The H1B program is akin to indentured servitude to a corporation today. No one is exonerated in my view.
One reason they accepted slavery so easily was because they thought of black people as lesser humans.
One could say the same for modern day Indians or Chinese. We make jokes about sweatshops and turn a blind eye to families getting torn apart by outsourcing practices today. Scientific development has nothing to do with the basis of inhumanity. Eventually we'll get machines/computers to do many of these jobs and the average consumer will continue along as if nothing happened.
In any case, I'd speculate that the white farmers would've just as easily accepted white slaves if the price was right. Sure they'd follow on with some other bs to assuage their guilt just like people today would quickly make up a reason that wearing sweatshop clothes is ok. But the fact remains that its a financial transaction, an inhumane one.Read More
@Daily-Prescription The quora write up addressed the fact that slavery has usually been based across other dimensions than skin color, mainly resource constraints or being a member of an invaded area. These are valid answers to your question.
I'd add that the white farmers who accepted black slaves did so on (inhumane) financial terms and not skin color much like outsourcing to Indians today is easily accepted. Its a large topic but in our current analysis the fact still stands that slavery was not unique to those with different skin color.