This was made public by a poster who didn't even go to that school. The person in the video had friends who commented on that same post saying it
wasn't what they claimed it was and they weren't racist types. Unfortunately they were still suspended because... stoopid people ranted
Now... I have a few questions:
- Did the "slave" say "yesa massa"?
- Did the "slave" pretend to be black?
- Did the "slave" pretend to be a slave?
No... Not That I was able to see in the video
- Did the "master" say "I'ma beat you black and blue, you ugly #^&&@! for not picking my cotton"!
- Did the "master" pretend to be a slave owner?
- Did the "master" pretend to whip a "slave"?
No... Not that I was able to see in the video
So what did the video depict?
- A kid with a piece of grass in his mouth and a hat holding a whip attempting twice to make the end of the whip snap on another kids back.
Does this show anything to do with racism? Not even the slightest unless there was something not caught on video that we're not seeing. It looked
like one kid was dumb enough to see if the other kid could snap the whip on his back to cause any 'sting'.
He wasn't WHIPPING the other kid. Don't you know the difference?
Maybe the kid with the whip was raised a little more country and he dressed that way. A whip was a very common thing in my family when I was a kid!!!
Did we own slaves? No... We owned cattle! Next, people will call me racist because we owned cattle. Some of those were black... some black and
white. Does it matter? No.... We used a whip, so we're racist and some of those cattle were black!
Some of you people will jump on a band wagon just so you'll have something to grandstand about or just for the sake of joining a side that's
'supposed' to be changing the world for the better when you're only causing strife and disorderly conduct. Some would even consider that 'inciting a
Unless you can point out ONE SINGLE THING that appears to be racist in that video... I'll say that you're trying to pointlessly cause strife and
inciting hatred for no reason at all.
As per the story
Most students observed Country vs. Country Club day by dressing in flannel shirts, jeans and cowboy hat to represent "country" or tennis
skirts, sun visors and sweaters tied around their necks to represent "country club."
Man... Some people should just be punchslapped !
edit on 5-10-2019 by StallionDuck because: (no reason given)