The end of racism
This process, of course, has been going on for hundreds of thousands of years in us humans. Every time someone from one tribe has children with someone from another tribe, the confusion begins. Which tribe does the child belong to? And when you talk about children of children of children, well, it's impossible to know without a scorecard.
I call this "not knowing who to hate", but you could equally call it "not knowing who to give preferential treatment to". And if you took a look at the confusion that was caused by the latest census, you are getting a preview of the future. What category do you fall into? Are you white, black, Mexican, Jewish? And as those groups (nationalities and races) have children, and their children have children, we won't be able to recognize them, let alone categorize them, in the future.
The point is, we won't. And that will be the end of racism.
Pictured: my maternal grandfather Lorenzo Scinto, born in Italy. When he came to America people could recognize him as an Italian. But in two generations, that identification of his descendants (including me) is impossible.
Posted by Brad Hall