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originally posted by: Antipathy17
a reply to: infolurker
I am pretty sure the OP of the article linked is a troll. The person define themself as "A 16 year old Asian teenager ". in their bio. Doesn't seem possible.
originally posted by: burdman30ott6
a reply to: infolurker
Stop collecting taxes from "white men" and see how long the US has money to spend on, well, damn near anything. Such angst and hatred against the hand that feeds... these people are screwy.
originally posted by: Wardaddy454
Are they confusing oppression with life again?
At this point, everyone has the same opportunities it's just a matter of the choices made.
originally posted by: ketsuko
So let me see if I can get the premise straight:
If take revenge on whites, then they'll understand the power of the revenge movement labeling itself "social justice" and want to take some revenge of their own?
Sounds like a brilliant concept.
originally posted by: infolurker
Oh, some more leftest crazy. Seems that there is more than one idiot who wants people to suffer because they were born with a specific shade of skin and are male.
I have to ask, how many of you agree with this insanity? I would love to see some valid arguments here.
By Malia Rolt
Posted on August 1, 2017
Now, history lessons aside; many people who disagree so far might be thinking, “Yes, all this injustice that happened in the past was undoubtedly awful. However, two wrongs don’t make a right.”
However one can’t be sure if withdrawing the white man’s vote could be considered a “wrong”. Furthermore, the point here that has to be made is that banning white men from voting temporarily will help them understand systemic injustice and help them become better, more empathetic allies to the social justice cause.
In contexts like these, identity politics can be helpful, empowering and contributing to an important learning experience. White men who want to become better allies always come across the problem of “I will never understand what it feels like to be systemically oppressed” but this proposal may further their understanding of minority needs and improve relations between different genders and races, which is the ultimate goal; equality.
LMAO! Hard work leading to success equals "white privilege" yeah, no, whatever... I'm stating a simple statistical fact... one can look at it in two ways. A phantom "white privilege" argument which is purely based in coddling Kept Voters and keeping their gravy train going via socially embraced excuses abdicating them of responsibility for their personal failures and shortcomings... OR it can be viewed as a screwball system in which the people putting the most effort and money into the system, the providers, are also blamed for all of the country's woes.
If being blamed for everything is a privilege... well, perhaps we should redefine the word because there's no privilege in that bullcrap.
originally posted by: TerryMcGuireI do not agree with the idea, even in the hypothetical as any white man who might benefit from this type of introspection has already done so.