reply to post by Hardstepah
but thank you for proving my point, you cry racism and you expect everybody to stick up for you, i say i can't get a table because im white in a
black populated area, it's suddenly because im whining about the rdiner being over crowded (which is hardley the case).
that was kind of the point i was trying to make back on page one, however i do not think i did a good job of it.
star for you.
whilst there is real racism, there are also people who over exagerate a situation that gets played out all over the world on a daily basis and turn it
into a race issue.
the o.p. video claims racism as the first option without thinking of other reasons for why it occured. if the incident was replayed over and over
again it would only be claimed to be racist if it is a white person who is doing the following around the shop. you can put any other race as the
security gaurd and suddenly it becomes not racist.
also if the security gaurd was black, and he was following white people. again the racist claim will be laughed at. yet the incident is the same, the
only changes are who's got what color skin.
black follows black = not racist
black follows white = not racist
white follows white = not racist
white follows black = racism!
yet all these scenerios happen in many shops up and down the country in every country, yet it is only racists when a white guy decides to follow a
black guy. or stop a black guy or ask a black guy to move their hoodie before walking into a shop, etc etc.
it works this way in many situations.
my fence is getting damaged from the ball being kicked at it, so i go outside to ask it to stop, that is my motivation for going out, if i ask a
white kid to stop kicking the ball at my fence, i am not racist, if i ask a black kid the same thing he might be o.k. with it but there will be a
chance they might think i am being racist.
these are the scenerios that i call assumed racism.