Why are you not a white supremacist even though you are white?There are several reasons.First, I was not raised that way. No one ever planted the idea in my head that I was better than anyone else. Also, as a child, I was ostracized by other children for something my father (who was not a big part of my life) did to their parents before I was born. I did not understand why they were so cruel, but it gave me sympathy for anyone else who was treated badly, for no good reason.Two of the three people who raised me were nurses. To them, we all bleed red, we all get hurt, and eventually, we all die. They both worked in nursing homes, one in a VA nursing home. I believe this caused them to be compassionate women, and they taught me that by example.The other woman who raised me was a very special person. She served in the WAAC as a first lieutenant. She was a court reporter for twenty years. She was a member of the DAR and the National Historic Society. She was what I consider a true, devout Christian, and she believed that everyone was equal in the eyes of God. She believed in love thy neighbor as thyself and that we are all children of God. She believed in helping those in need. She had compassion and love for her fellow man. She often became pen pals with people who went to prison, telling them that they could be forgiven and that they could change. She always led by example, and she would have never condoned being a white supremacist.Here are some of my own personal reasons for not being a white supremacist.I don't believe I am superior to anyone. Especially not based on the accident of birth that left me with deficient melatonin production. Please. When you need a blood transfusion, I promise the bags are only labeled by blood type, not by race.White Supremists are hate groups. I am secure in who I am, and do not hate anyone based on race, religion or sexual orientation. There are very few people on this planet that I hate. and the ones I do, earned it by their actions toward myself and my loved ones. I find people who are angry and hate-filled exhausting and loathsome. I have better ways to spend my time than being around people like that.I have been homeless, stayed in shelters. I have met other people with different skin tones in the same situation. Some of the kindest, most beautiful women I met were black. They had love for one another, and once they got to know me a little, they had love for me too. I found them to be some of the most incredible people i have ever met, and I learned just how hard they have it, just because they live in a country that was built on racism and segregation.Here is another reason. I am a heinz-57 mutt as far as my own ancestral DNA goes. While most of my ancestors are from Caucasian races, I am 1/16th Native American by blood, though not by tradition. I also have a large heaping helping of Irish in my heritage. Irish were considered to be less than human in this country at one time too. I am not ‘pure' anything. And who really is? I believe that kind of thing only comes from inbreeding….As a person with bisexual tendancies, I do not believe I would fit in with a group who bashes people based on sexual orientation.Finally, even though I do not subscribe to any religious beliefs, I know right from wrong. Making life worse for someone else, so that I can feel ‘superior' would be wrong. There is enough grief and pain in life without that kind of shit. I want to live my life doing things that make the world a little bit better than it was when I arrived. The best way i can do that, given that i am relatively powerless, is by being kind, and by treating others with simple human dignity. I've never met a kind bigot.