Darkness is the absence of light, just as racial purity is the absence of mixed blood. “And this is the condemnation, that light is come into the world, and men loved darkness rather than light, because their deeds were evil” John 3:19. One of the fruits of the Holy Spirit is goodness, which is an absence of evil. Upon God's perfect Creation of 'kind after kind', He declared, “that it was good.” Sin had not yet entered the world. Darkness is mentioned early on in Genesis 1:2 as simply the difference between night and day. However, as a figure of speech it can mean misery, destruction, death, ignorance, sorrow, wickedness and obscurity. Historically, whenever great White civilizations mingled with the dark races, their societies collapsed. When Daniel prophesied about the beast empires, it was the once great civilizations that embraced mixed blood and hence, in the eyes of God, the darkness was destined for destruction; not necessarily without cause, but the effects of forsaking the light of goodness. There's always a load of rationalizations for racial diversity, but there is no biblical justification. Isaiah said, “Woe to them that call evil good, and good evil; who put darkness for light, and light for darkness... because they have cast away the law of the Lord of hosts, and despised the word of the Holy One of Israel... and if one look unto the land, behold darkness and sorrow, and the light is darkened” (5:20, 24, 30). Are we going dark?
In America there is a lot of hostility towards Blacks, Mexicans, Asians and other minorities. And the Whites have a lot of complaints too. Which race or races are behind multiculturalism? Which one(s) are behind race-mixing? Which one(s) are for miscegenation?
The United States used to practice segregation, not integration. Now segregation is gone and it is politically incorrect. So, even though it was in existence for over 85% of the nation's existence, it is now considered evil. When an incident happens that is close to "racism" it is immediately covered in the press and put down as being evil. Who was against it?
What religion is prominent in the United States in the days when it practiced segregation? What religion was South Africa when it experienced "Blood River" and practiced segregation?
Was there one that pushed the civil rights movement? And who was the one who influenced the other races to come to the lands of Israel to mongrelize them?