With the thought of attaining enlightenment
For the welfare of beings,
Who are more precious than a wish-fulfilling jewel,
I will constantly practice holding them dear.
Whenever I am with others,
I will practice seeing myself as the lowest of all
And from the very depth of my heart,
I will respectfully hold others as supreme.
In all actions, I will examine my mind
And the moment a disturbing attitude arises,
Endangering myself and others,
I will firmly confront and avert it.
Whenever I meet a person of bad nature
Who is overwhelmed by negative energy and intense suffering,
I will hold such a rare one dear,
As if I had found a precious treasure.
When others, out of jealousy,
Mistreat me with abuse, slander and so on,
I will practice accepting defeat
And offering the victory to them.
When someone I have benefitted
And in whom I have placed great trust
Hurts me very badly,
I will practice seeing that person as my supreme teacher.
In short, I will offer directly and indirectly
Every benefit and happiness to all beings, my mothers.
I will practice in secret taking upon myself
All their harmful actions and sufferings.
Without these practices being defiled by the stains of the eight worldly concerns,
By perceiving all phenomena as illusory,
I will practice without grasping to release all beings
From the bondage of the disturbing, unsubdued mind and karma.
Especially in matters of being right or wrong, it's easy to get into samsaric games. If some honestly feel that this or that person is being hateful or bigoted, then that's all the more reason to respond with a good-natured desire to love and help. I think it's obvious by this point though that a lot of the speech so far has not been beneficial or well-timed, two of the Buddha's criteria, either for want in the writers or the readers.
And as an aside, being a gay man, I find the posts about the evils of Westerners and Caucasians to be more salient than ideas about magnetic channels in my penis or anus.
I would also say since nearly every one of us is likely to have many more rebirths, we should probably focus on uprooting the more gross fetters of hatred and self-cherishing in "them bigot, us not" "them White, us not" "them degenerate, us not" than in worrying about who's technically "right." Can any of us honestly say "I don't need to liberate my ideas about this, I'm already liberated"? Then get to work liberating your ideas and your aggregates that are so miserable here in samsara Time's a-wastin'!
Just my thoughts on this PEACE THE EFF OUT