A different kind of math.


I do not now, nor have I ever subscribed to or validated the concept of ethnicity in any way, because the math says it is irrelevant to the human condition.  This is also why I have never written any math that takes ethnicity into account as a legitimate variable; as I have said before:  “There is no them, there’s only us.”

This is now how everyone else thinks, however.  The one only human construct more absurd and utterly evil than the word ethnicity is what was born from it: racism.  That’s all I have to say about that.  In spite of this, ethnicity looks like it might be a factor in the impending, inevitable and imminent change that we must all navigate to the human condition.  This does not change the fact that the word and its mutated offspring are unacceptable, it simply means that I wrote this single and solitary post from the perspective that we gave those words.  If it sounds contradictory to what you just read; it’s not; it’s just a different kind of math but it’s just as true and valid as all the math.  It is the same math that says that even though only about 40 people will undoubtedly understand what follows, (they will all definitely read this post) there’s a possibility than many others will understand it as well.  That would be a good thing, and it’s time for some good things.  Following is the only math I will ever include in the Catalogue of Calculations that is in any way based on ethnicity.  I won’t explain this math, I’ll let you figure it out; it may just be the only atom of value that exists when it comes to ethnicity.

The single biggest honor that as ever been bestowed on me in the whole of my life actually happened several times:  the same honor, bestowed by several different people at different times, who all genuinely treated me, and continue to treat me, as a black man. 

That says it all.

 

ctwfrank

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6 thoughts on “A different kind of math.

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