Re: clarifying some probable mistake
Apr 15, 1997 08:01 PM
by M K Ramadoss
At 10:36 PM 4/15/97 -0400, you wrote:
>> I have stated before that Clara Codd was a racist. Blacks, Native
>>Americans, Australian Aborigines, etc. are all members of the 5th root
>>race. Otherwise, the 1st object becomes, "To form a nucleus of the
>>Brotherhood of humanity, with some humans being more human than others."
>>From what I recall, Annie Besant believed that these people, or at least a
>higher proportion of them than in other groups of people, were remnants of the
>4th root race, as their slower development than other cultures would imply. I
>don't see the relevance to the 1st object of describing the remnants of the 4th
>root race as being less human than are members of the 5th root race. That some
>humans are less developed than others is no reason to exclude them from
A very good response.
When you say Brotherhood/Sisterhood, it is most inclusive and by any stretch
of imagination or logic you could not exclude any one for any reason. When
you start excluding any one for any reason, it is the root cause of much of
mischief and horror the world has seen for how ever many centuries we can count.
I would not have anything to do with any group which excludes anyone.
M K Ramadoss
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