I appreciated this video quite a bit. In our current modern America, it is socially and politically acceptable to be racist against white people.
White people are not allowed to speak about social issues that relate to other groups. There are tons of topics that white people cannot discuss, or
they will be shouted down as racist. It is generally acceptable to say things like "all white people are racist" and to belittle white people in any
matter that people choose. There are a plethora of excuses used when being racist against whites; slavery,past discrimination,colonialism,etc. In the
past, every group that has been discriminated against or taken into slavery, the perpetrators of the oppression have given very similar excuses.
Slavery has been around since the dawn of humanity basically, but the modern white is supposed to bare the burden of people that have died long ago.
There is NOTHING that justifies racism. In this video there is an honest discussion between a white man, and Mexican-American. In the video the
Mexican dude discusses how most minorities hate whites, dislike white culture, and so on.
It is a very good conversation, and it might wake up some of you white guilt types out there. It might also give you an idea of the vast amount of
double standards there are in this country regarding race. It is inexcusable to be racist toward ANYONE, even if you have an excuse, and even if it is
socially acceptable. youtu.be...
Here is a video that I put together, further shining a light on the current racism that is taken so lightly by people on the left. The past doesn't
matter. If we are going to move on this nonsense needs to stop. Yes, racism against white people is still racism. youtu.be...
P.S. Shame on anyone that defends racism against white people. Shame on anyone that defends racism against anyone.
a reply to: Winstonian
The big irony of racism in the U.S. is, the people most responsible for the perpetuation of it are......white. On the one side, you have the white
owned liberal media reporting on it, and creating fear and guilt over it every chance they get, and on the other side, you have the white hate groups
and their media stirring the pot every chance they get.
Of course, laws that were meant to create yet another privileged class in this country haven't helped, since those laws have done nothing to help
minorities become self-sufficient and productive members of society. They've actually oppressed them, and put them in a position of dependency and
Yes, I'm blaming white people for exacerbating the problem. A certain group of white people, anyway.
Watching the protestors/ rioters at that Trump rally was an eye opener for sure. That one dude with the Mexican flag rioter mask saying "this was all
ours, we're gonna take it back" (paraphrasing) was ridiculous. And the whole "Make California Mexico again" thing was bonkers.
I mean, I have a lot of dissenting opinions and viewpoints but I still love America and (most of) it's people. Regardless of whether or not that
particular portion of the US was once Mexico, it's not now. S**t happened and the Southwest is ours now.
It really does seem as though there may actually be an organized attempt by specific factions to covertly infiltrate the US via illegal immigration.
And they called me a leftist.
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Where I used to live, Titusville FL, I remember after Zimmerman killed Treyvon I was threatened with stabbing by a number of large African American
fellows. True Story. I told the I thought Zimmerman was a PoS and politely excused myself. The idea that whiyes are the only racists is nothing shy
of foolhardy. I know this from six years of living in the actual "hood". But, in the same time frame my best bro was a black dude called Dexter. We
used to chill and play Hero Clix.
Totally bs all ethnic groups are racist it's called the racial empathy gap is a scientifically studied and verified phenomenon you can read plenty of
articles about it.
Also you really think whites are the most racist people?
Sorry, try being a white person in a predominately black or latino ghetto and get back to me.
full of bs
Did I say whites were racist in my post...any where? No.
Did I say other ethnic groups were not racist? No.
I am white, and I grew up in the ghetto. I know what it's like to be hated because of your skin color. I know what it's like to be in the middle of a
racial stand-off between blacks and whites. I actually do have black and Hispanic friends. I don't have to pretend. You don't know me, or what I've
been through in my life.
Actually read my post, instead of skimming it for the crux, and you'll understand what I'm talking about. Maybe.
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