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by morningbirdmorningbird, 08 Apr 2017 22:14

There are many people of color in leadership roles, as well as serving many equally valuable supportive roles, in the Pagan and Magical communities. There are, in fact, quite a few traditions in which people of color are the majority. And even if they weren't, even if what your obviously biased mind perceives to be true is true; I do not base my own actions and beliefs on the actions and beliefs of other people. Running around bitching about what other people are doing doesn't accomplish anything. If you can't understand what it means, it's this: My tolerance isn't dependent upon the tolerance of others. It is mine. I also don't check in to see what the neighbors lawn looks like before I decide what to do about mine. My house, my ethics, my values, my aesthetics are mine. I am not at all sure how anyone practices magick if they can't even figure out their own values without holding them up in comparison to someone else's.

But thank you for demonstrating my point about the whole lack of empathy thing.

Your assumptions are very telling. You are clearly not "Pagan like me" and I am not "Anglo" like you.
Isn't reading comprehension part of the IQ test?

by morningbirdmorningbird, 08 Apr 2017 22:11

How tolerant do you suppose your beloved "people of color" tend to be toward people who practice witchcraft, by the way?

Do you suppose for one second, that they tolerate "pasty-white", to use your own turn of phrase, people like you, doing what they consider "devil-worship"?

Are you this terminally naive; or are you simply too low-IQ to make the connection between importing hordes of people who despise both Anglos like you and Pagans like the both of us- and then our suffering relentless problems from their intolerance as a result? Have you ever even thought about any of that; or is it all just safe spaces and feewings with your sort?

by brew (guest), 08 Apr 2017 11:58
brew (guest) 08 Apr 2017 11:50
in discussion Hidden / Per page discussions » Mitigating The Effects Of A Trump Presidency

" Whatever you do, don't shut up. "

Believe me, I won't shut up. Every time you misuse a site about the Craft as a platform for cultural Marxist moonbattery, I'll call you out on it. Again and again and again.

by brew (guest), 08 Apr 2017 11:50

Thank you, Jen. That means a lot to me!

Re: ...well said by morningbirdmorningbird, 06 Dec 2016 16:50

Your perspective is refreshing and I believe you are making a difference. You should be thanked more often, so thank you!!

Nicely written and well thought out. I enjoy your blogs. :)

...well said by Jennifer JuniperJennifer Juniper, 05 Dec 2016 01:56