No. I will not stay out of it, nor does my "mixed ethnicity distort or pervert my perspective. [sic]
Of course you don't recognize it. But you get all emotional and whiny about this topic the same as you do about Pfeifferville, another topic in which you are too emotionally invested to discuss rationally.
I have been quite rational in this matter. You are the emotional one, going on the attack to divert attention from the fact that you and Traditional Guy 20 are wrong on this matter, and that Traditional Guy 20's notions are not Catholic.
We are not talking about Boston, so why bring it up? As further diversion, of course, and as a feeble attempt to attack my writing in regards to the OP.
I have recognized differences between ethnicities. It is one thing to recognize differences, it is another to qualify these differences, or to claim that one ethnicity is superior to another, or to claim that mixed ethnicities are inferior.
There is no superior race. It doesn't exist. Racial purity is not taught by the Church. Qualifying the various ethnicities in terms of superiority or inferiority is a waste of time for a traditional Catholic, and does more harm than good.
If you agree with Traditional Guy's outlook on the "races", then you should try to defend it through the teachings and practices of the Church (if possible). If you cannot do so, then perhaps you should reconsider your outlook on this matter.