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originally posted by: AudioOne
Hey, I have a great idea!
Instead of discussing these issues rationally and academically let's all have a huge circle jerk where we each try to sarcastically imitate our straw man version of what we think a liberal will say! The more demeaning and the less realistic the better!
originally posted by: chuck258
originally posted by: intrptr
Video title, "Black guy goes crazy on white people"? What would have been 'gone crazy' is the metro cops showing up and shooting the black guy for "going crazy" on the poor white folk.
Then getting away with it.
Your skirting of the issue proves the OP right. Black people claim they are on the receiving end of discrimination left and right, here we have a video of a black man on a public train stating that he hates crackers and he has a big dick and he would # that white woman and them being to scared to react. (Probably out of fear of being labelled racist). Yeah, black people face so much discrimination and are so disadvantaged that they can get away indirectly threatening to rape a white woman on a public train and no one, not even that other black guy that had to have heard all he said did anything about it.
You're just a hypocrite. Someone should send this video to Obama or Al Sharpton and ask them what they think of that video.
originally posted by: Gryphon66
originally posted by: OccamsRazor04
The problem will never be solved as long as we ignore racism from any group for any reason.
This says everything that needs to be said in one, tightly logical, eloquent statement.
I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character.
originally posted by: AzerothTraveler
Not talking about any other races or cultures or religions, etc., but only just talking about black people and white people in America, there is a very firmly ingrained belief in this nation that racists are white, and victims of racism are black.
It's considered practically taboo in America to even so much as hint at the fact that black people can be racist.
Honestly, I think that the media and most of general society are afraid -- literally afraid -- of black people. People are afraid of offending them, afraid of not bending over backwards with political correctness to appease them, and just afraid of them all together.
The truth just isn't talked about.
originally posted by: lostbook
originally posted by: madenusa
originally posted by: nullafides
It's funny....I truly only saw racism directed at "white people"...sometimes other minorities as well. And, when I saw it, it was from African Americans.
The kind of thing that could only have been taught to the child.
No, not all African Americans act or behave, let alone believe in these behavior.
But, attention needs to be brought to this sort of thing.
Charlize Theron is one beautiful African American!