One racist voted out of survivor

And more racism tonight on Survivor:

“I wanted to do it for the [black] culture. ” and “Connecting over our blackness.”

I hope the lesson here is that racists don’t prosper, no matter what their skin color.

Just imagine if it had been we were “connecting over our whiteness” or someone “wanted to do it for the white culture.”

The outrage would (rightly) be huge. And yet Jeff Probst and CBS are silent about overt racism rearing its ugly head in the Fall of 2021.

At least after the vote tonight, one of the racists is out: racism and racists should not prosper.

Observe…the intellectual precision of the Founding Fathers: they spoke of the …

Observe…the intellectual precision of the Founding Fathers: they spoke of the right to *the pursuit* of happiness — *not* of the right *to* happiness. It means that a man has the right to take the actions he deems necessary to achieve his happiness; it does NOT mean that others must make him happy. Ayn Rand
Ayn Rand, 1905-1982

One way is to give money and make a big show. That …

One way is to give money and make a big show. That is not my way of doing. I am of the Quaker belief, and although the Quakers are about all dead, I still follow their example. An ordinary gift to be bragged about is not a gift in the eyes of the lord. Hetty Howland Robinson Green
On giving money away. Hetty, Charles Slack, 2004. (1834-1916), p190

But it is necessary to know well how to disguise this characteristic […

But it is necessary to know well how to disguise this characteristic [the prince (leader) as both beast and man in ruling], and to be a great pretender and dissembler; and men are so simple, and so subject to present necessities, that he who seeks to deceive will always find someone who will allow himself to be deceived. Nicolo Machiavelli
The Prince, written in 1505, published in 1515.

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