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#14 - Wow, you truly don't understand, and the scope of the issue tr… 11/27/2014 on RACISM. TLDR and It's not... 0
#12 - and im not just saying this now that you're mentioning it. I a… 11/27/2014 on RACISM. TLDR and It's not... 0
#11 - I agree that many black people are racist too, and very much s…  [+] (2 new replies) 11/27/2014 on RACISM. TLDR and It's not... 0
#13 - whitegamedeveloper (11/27/2014) [-]
" It comes from being passed over for opportunity, it comes from masses of black people who lack education because their parents didn't get one, their parents parents didn't get one,..."

I'm Irish, we had to deal with all that and more for longer, yes, and their views are BS. My great granddad went right into the work force when he was the right age, then me granddad only went to primary school, his kids (one being my mother) went to secondary school and I got my degree in 2012 in computer science.

Blacks have a massive problem if they can't get their shit together in 2014 in one of the richest countries on the earth. Packing shelf’s gets you more money in a week than most can earn in a years in other parts of the world.

"..my point is that Yes, black people are where they are in american society because of racism, but why not move past that, teach people the value of education, and educate them (while not ONLY focusing on black people) "
They did have this view, then modern black culture came along. Bill Cosby can say it better than i can.

"racism would still institutionally affect black people much more."
Yea the free ride into college with affirmative action must be hard, then getting a job with all those "diversity quotas" must be so hard on them, then they've got hundreds thousands of other organisations, programs and positive racism that fucks over poor whites must be just so hard on the poor black people.
"I take every chance I get to tell a fellow black person my opinions, and I call out any and every black person that says something racist."

And yet we still don't have a single country where blacks don't shoot themselves in the foot and make whites hate and fear them.

Face the simple fact that racism will never end, ever. So why should i let blacks into my country making my great grand children a minority which will make their lives a living nightmare?
It's not working and never will. It's only getting worse.
User avatar #14 - andrewandreas (11/27/2014) [-]
Wow, you truly don't understand, and the scope of the issue truly evades you (currently). if you have Netflix, there's a great 6 part documentary called "The African Americans" which outlines the history of black people in America; I guarantee it will alter the scope of your perspective.

Personally, My grandfather was born in a village in Nigeria and never went to school. I graduated from a private university in America with a degree in business. I agree that it's ridiculous that black people (as a whole) don't have their shit together, and I once thought "why don't they just pull themselves up by their bootstraps" like my family did. But the reason is because they largely don't know how to. You'll have to dig deeper, think deeper, and be willing to educate yourself if you would like to know why they don't know how.


You're certainly entitled to your own opinion, but in this case, you need to know more in order to have a valid one.
#8 - There's something you need to understand. There are definitely…  [+] (5 new replies) 11/26/2014 on RACISM. TLDR and It's not... 0
#10 - whitegamedeveloper (11/26/2014) [-]
>White Privilege is being pulled over and not having to think "am i going to be arrested" when you haven't done anything to escalate to that, It's the ability to go to a hotel in the south without having to call and confirm they're okay with black people, and white privilege is the privilege of not even realizing the hundreds of subtle and unsubtle insults minorities will receive just in the time in takes you to read this post.

You live in a magic world or strawmen and bullshit the left wing media gives you. Blacks can castrated a white guy and set him on fire without it being in the top news. Your white guilt complex is moronic and shows your ignorance. I can tell you're an american right off the bat.

"Again, as i said in the original post, I don't think that white people as a whole should be held accountable (as some black people would wish). Instead, I believe we should work to break the barriers, address the issues, and focus on making a better America for humans."

Then tell black people to stop playing race cards every 10 seconds and you americans need to learn some fucking histoy to kill off your white guilt complex.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moors

Want equality?
Stop thinking that blacks aren't just as (if not more) racist than whites.
#12 - andrewandreas (11/27/2014) [-]
and im not just saying this now that you're mentioning it. I already stated pretty much the same thing to someone else in this thread.
User avatar #11 - andrewandreas (11/27/2014) [-]
I agree that many black people are racist too, and very much so I might add. Though, in america the racism black people have comes from a different place. It comes from being passed over for opportunity, it comes from masses of black people who lack education because their parents didn't get one, their parents parents didn't get one, and their great-great grandparents didn't get one. Of course this isn't every black person, but there is a massive number of black people who are poor and uneducated BECAUSE of their dispositions in life due to institutional racism that has existed since before they were born. Are you really attempting to claim this as untrue BS? ....my point is that Yes, black people are where they are in american society because of racism, but why not move past that, teach people the value of education, and educate them (while not ONLY focusing on black people)

I also believe that black Americans must stop pulling the race card for everything, and must stop being racist fighting racism.

By the way, I am american, so of course my opinion is referring to America from an american perspective (though I'm fully aware that the situation varies greatly from country to country). Black people only make up 12-14% of the entire us population, even if black people as a whole were slightly more racist that white people as a whole, racism would still institutionally affect black people much more.



I take every chance I get to tell a fellow black person my opinions, and I call out any and every black person that says something racist.
#13 - whitegamedeveloper (11/27/2014) [-]
" It comes from being passed over for opportunity, it comes from masses of black people who lack education because their parents didn't get one, their parents parents didn't get one,..."

I'm Irish, we had to deal with all that and more for longer, yes, and their views are BS. My great granddad went right into the work force when he was the right age, then me granddad only went to primary school, his kids (one being my mother) went to secondary school and I got my degree in 2012 in computer science.

Blacks have a massive problem if they can't get their shit together in 2014 in one of the richest countries on the earth. Packing shelf’s gets you more money in a week than most can earn in a years in other parts of the world.

"..my point is that Yes, black people are where they are in american society because of racism, but why not move past that, teach people the value of education, and educate them (while not ONLY focusing on black people) "
They did have this view, then modern black culture came along. Bill Cosby can say it better than i can.

"racism would still institutionally affect black people much more."
Yea the free ride into college with affirmative action must be hard, then getting a job with all those "diversity quotas" must be so hard on them, then they've got hundreds thousands of other organisations, programs and positive racism that fucks over poor whites must be just so hard on the poor black people.
"I take every chance I get to tell a fellow black person my opinions, and I call out any and every black person that says something racist."

And yet we still don't have a single country where blacks don't shoot themselves in the foot and make whites hate and fear them.

Face the simple fact that racism will never end, ever. So why should i let blacks into my country making my great grand children a minority which will make their lives a living nightmare?
It's not working and never will. It's only getting worse.
User avatar #14 - andrewandreas (11/27/2014) [-]
Wow, you truly don't understand, and the scope of the issue truly evades you (currently). if you have Netflix, there's a great 6 part documentary called "The African Americans" which outlines the history of black people in America; I guarantee it will alter the scope of your perspective.

Personally, My grandfather was born in a village in Nigeria and never went to school. I graduated from a private university in America with a degree in business. I agree that it's ridiculous that black people (as a whole) don't have their shit together, and I once thought "why don't they just pull themselves up by their bootstraps" like my family did. But the reason is because they largely don't know how to. You'll have to dig deeper, think deeper, and be willing to educate yourself if you would like to know why they don't know how.


You're certainly entitled to your own opinion, but in this case, you need to know more in order to have a valid one.
#7 - I don't agree with you entirely, but I would agree that many b… 11/26/2014 on RACISM. TLDR and It's not... 0
#5 - how so?  [+] (7 new replies) 11/26/2014 on RACISM. TLDR and It's not... 0
#6 - whitegamedeveloper (11/26/2014) [-]
Just look at every country that has ever tried it.
But I'm sure the Muslims will help us all out in the end.
We'll all be under their cult religion.

How many times does this bullshit system have to fall apart before people wake up and say "O.K, that was a mistake, we should have stopped after the race riots and massive racism coming from blacks while they were tying to play the victims at the same time."

Just look at what america's becoming. It's a mess when it comes to race relations and so is every other "white country".
User avatar #8 - andrewandreas (11/26/2014) [-]
There's something you need to understand. There are definitely those idiots that are exactly as you say, but they are not the majority.

Also, white privilege does exist. The truth is that I do, and I will, continue to have to work harder than most white people in this country to achieve the same level of success. White Privilege is being pulled over and not having to think "am i going to be arrested" when you haven't done anything to escalate to that, It's the ability to go to a hotel in the south without having to call and confirm they're okay with black people, and white privilege is the privilege of not even realizing the hundreds of subtle and unsubtle insults minorities will receive just in the time in takes you to read this post.

Again, as i said in the original post, I don't think that white people as a whole should be held accountable (as some black people would wish). Instead, I believe we should work to break the barriers, address the issues, and focus on making a better America for humans.
#10 - whitegamedeveloper (11/26/2014) [-]
>White Privilege is being pulled over and not having to think "am i going to be arrested" when you haven't done anything to escalate to that, It's the ability to go to a hotel in the south without having to call and confirm they're okay with black people, and white privilege is the privilege of not even realizing the hundreds of subtle and unsubtle insults minorities will receive just in the time in takes you to read this post.

You live in a magic world or strawmen and bullshit the left wing media gives you. Blacks can castrated a white guy and set him on fire without it being in the top news. Your white guilt complex is moronic and shows your ignorance. I can tell you're an american right off the bat.

"Again, as i said in the original post, I don't think that white people as a whole should be held accountable (as some black people would wish). Instead, I believe we should work to break the barriers, address the issues, and focus on making a better America for humans."

Then tell black people to stop playing race cards every 10 seconds and you americans need to learn some fucking histoy to kill off your white guilt complex.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moors

Want equality?
Stop thinking that blacks aren't just as (if not more) racist than whites.
#12 - andrewandreas (11/27/2014) [-]
and im not just saying this now that you're mentioning it. I already stated pretty much the same thing to someone else in this thread.
User avatar #11 - andrewandreas (11/27/2014) [-]
I agree that many black people are racist too, and very much so I might add. Though, in america the racism black people have comes from a different place. It comes from being passed over for opportunity, it comes from masses of black people who lack education because their parents didn't get one, their parents parents didn't get one, and their great-great grandparents didn't get one. Of course this isn't every black person, but there is a massive number of black people who are poor and uneducated BECAUSE of their dispositions in life due to institutional racism that has existed since before they were born. Are you really attempting to claim this as untrue BS? ....my point is that Yes, black people are where they are in american society because of racism, but why not move past that, teach people the value of education, and educate them (while not ONLY focusing on black people)

I also believe that black Americans must stop pulling the race card for everything, and must stop being racist fighting racism.

By the way, I am american, so of course my opinion is referring to America from an american perspective (though I'm fully aware that the situation varies greatly from country to country). Black people only make up 12-14% of the entire us population, even if black people as a whole were slightly more racist that white people as a whole, racism would still institutionally affect black people much more.



I take every chance I get to tell a fellow black person my opinions, and I call out any and every black person that says something racist.
#13 - whitegamedeveloper (11/27/2014) [-]
" It comes from being passed over for opportunity, it comes from masses of black people who lack education because their parents didn't get one, their parents parents didn't get one,..."

I'm Irish, we had to deal with all that and more for longer, yes, and their views are BS. My great granddad went right into the work force when he was the right age, then me granddad only went to primary school, his kids (one being my mother) went to secondary school and I got my degree in 2012 in computer science.

Blacks have a massive problem if they can't get their shit together in 2014 in one of the richest countries on the earth. Packing shelf’s gets you more money in a week than most can earn in a years in other parts of the world.

"..my point is that Yes, black people are where they are in american society because of racism, but why not move past that, teach people the value of education, and educate them (while not ONLY focusing on black people) "
They did have this view, then modern black culture came along. Bill Cosby can say it better than i can.

"racism would still institutionally affect black people much more."
Yea the free ride into college with affirmative action must be hard, then getting a job with all those "diversity quotas" must be so hard on them, then they've got hundreds thousands of other organisations, programs and positive racism that fucks over poor whites must be just so hard on the poor black people.
"I take every chance I get to tell a fellow black person my opinions, and I call out any and every black person that says something racist."

And yet we still don't have a single country where blacks don't shoot themselves in the foot and make whites hate and fear them.

Face the simple fact that racism will never end, ever. So why should i let blacks into my country making my great grand children a minority which will make their lives a living nightmare?
It's not working and never will. It's only getting worse.
User avatar #14 - andrewandreas (11/27/2014) [-]
Wow, you truly don't understand, and the scope of the issue truly evades you (currently). if you have Netflix, there's a great 6 part documentary called "The African Americans" which outlines the history of black people in America; I guarantee it will alter the scope of your perspective.

Personally, My grandfather was born in a village in Nigeria and never went to school. I graduated from a private university in America with a degree in business. I agree that it's ridiculous that black people (as a whole) don't have their shit together, and I once thought "why don't they just pull themselves up by their bootstraps" like my family did. But the reason is because they largely don't know how to. You'll have to dig deeper, think deeper, and be willing to educate yourself if you would like to know why they don't know how.


You're certainly entitled to your own opinion, but in this case, you need to know more in order to have a valid one.
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#79 - That is what prejudice is. They often go hand in hand, but the…  [+] (1 new reply) 12/02/2013 on Not Racist, Just Saying 0
#141 - facepalmftw (12/02/2013) [-]
Prejudice is judging someone based on what you've heard about them. It need not apply to race. Thinking a black kid is a gangster because all his friends are gangsters is prejudice. Thinking a black kid is a gangster because he's black is racism.

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