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  1. If you don't know by now that they are referencing Trump suntan color then why bother posting at all. If you do know, stop wasting everybody's time with your hogwash posting.
  2. Black Lives Matter activists have released a 10 point plan to address abuses by US police forces. Ending "broken windows" policing, which aggressively polices minor crimes in an attempt to stop larger ones using community oversight for misconduct rather than having police decide what consequences officers face making standards for reporting police use of deadly force independently investigating and prosecuting police misconduct having the racial makeup of police departments reflect the communities they serve requiring officers to wear body cameras providing more training for police officers ending for-profit policing practices ending the police use of military equipment implementing police union contracts that hold officers accountable for misconduct Nothing all that cryptic.
  3. Yes, referring to people of Asian descent (Japanese) and 'nip' is derogatory and is intended to diminish the people it is directed towards. As far as I know, the Japanese still refer to their country as Nippon, as that is the name of the place in Japanese, but call themselves Nihon-jin. An intentionally dismissive truncation of a legitimate word does not make using it "OK" . With a little curiosity you can look it up on Wikipedia. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nip The same stands for terms used to refer to other people of different skin color or ethnic descent. Ignorance is no excuse for guilt.
  4. Is that because you don't have any accurate data? Even so with nothing to back up your racist positioning you still make a racists statement. Are we to take you on your word? Just like Trump's "believe me . my body parts are not tiny." This bullshit and misinformation has been going on since forever. “Whites could not countenance the idea of a white woman desiring sex with a Negro, thus any physical relationship between a white woman and a black man had, by definition, to be an unwanted assault,” writes historian Philip Dray, describing Wells-Barnett’s argument in his book At the Hands of Persons Unknown: The Lynching of Black America. In one instance, found Wells-Barnett, a black man in Indianola, Mississippi, was lynched for raping the local sheriff’s 7-year-old daughter. When Wells-Barnett went to investigate, however, she found something very different: Wells traveled to Indianola and met the alleged rape victim, who was no girl but a grown woman in her late teens. The “brute,” Wells learned, had worked on the sheriff’s farm for a number of years and was acquainted with every member of the family. The woman had been found in her lover’s cabin by her father, who led a lynch mob in order to save his daughter’s reputation. Make any list of anti-black terrorism in the United States, and you’ll also have a list of attacks justified by the specter of black rape. The Tulsa race riot of 1921—when white Oklahomans burned and bombed a prosperous black section of the city—began after a black teenager was accused of attacking, and perhaps raping, a white girl in an elevator. The Rosewood massacre of 1923, in Florida, was also sparked by an accusation of rape. And most famously, 14-year-old Emmett Till was murdered after allegedly making sexual advances on a local white woman. Throughout the antebellum period, whites lived in terror of a challenge to the racial order and believed that black freedom would lead to a world of “Negro domination” where they lived as slaves, or worse. Likewise, during the 1864 election, Northern Democrats attacked Abraham Lincoln as a “black Republican” who sought to debase the white race with miscegenation. Similar accusations were used during the civil rights movement, and in the North, urban whites justified residential segregation—in patterns that still exist—as necessary protection from the violent, sexually aggressive black criminal. What is it that you are afraid of?
  5. That's all you talk about. Your entire life consts of digging out articles where black (or colored, or immigrants) people inflict harm on white folks. THe reverse type of crime doesn't even cross your radar. Just stand up and say : I'm a proud racist. I'm sure a bunch of guys in here will friend you on Facebook.
  6. You're so freakin' predictable! All the stuff that you post are black on white crimes. Big deal. Black on white, white on black... These crimes happen all the time. So do brown on black, black on brown. It's a diverse society where people of a different race interacted with others. But no - For you any such crime is eviodence that the black (or brown or substitute any color that you like) race is placed on this earth to commit crimes. DELETED>.>>>> I really don't understand how these forums allow for such blatant racism in plain view. Sure I'll get another warning by the moderators who either don't know what constitutes racism or are afraid to stand up against it.
  7. The reality is that you don't talk about race and the racial divide in the US. You bash black people and immigrants all those with a different color of skin. An equal opportunity discriminator. And that's post after post, after post, after post. Anything they do or say, they are always on the wrong side of things. It's always their fault, they are the ones to blame for everything. They are the liars the `low lives` that provide support for all your arguments. If that ain't white race supremacy, then maybe Steve Bannon can tell us what it is. I think there is a single word that actually describes it... Any clues anybody? It starts with an `R` R _ _ _ _ t
  8. To those that keep missing the point. The US Constitution supports people having a choice to choose their religion or sexuality. There's nothing about how religions run their business unless they infringe upon the rights or others. Nothing about whether a person's sexuality is good or bad. It's not the USA's business what Muslims in Yemen do. They can disagree or not support their Human Rights record - according to international standards - but other than that, not their business. In the USA that I have known, people can agree or disagree with somebody else's lifestyle. But they can't violently impose their beliefs on others which is what the current government and Republic party are doing. Maybe it's time to change the party from 'The Republican Party' to 'The US Taliban Party' ? It sounds more appropriate. Ignorance is not a virtue.
  9. Your words. I guess he's your compatriot from down under, so it's cool for him to jump in I call the beast by its name: 666
  10. Really? In a forum that ''cherishes' opinions, tolerates alt-facts, I get a warning because I think that people that voted for Trump screwed up this country? You gotta be kidding me! Here we are talking about a constitutional crisis in the US of A, and I get warned because I chastise those that brought Trump into power? You skillfully brush off my question "You let the alt-right people post fake facts call us "attention whores" and "libturds"? Sorry buddy. What or who are you afraid off? Poor old me? I don't have any power. I just try to stand up to racists and bigots. It seems like you preferr to ignore them, or worst yet, cover up for them. Do you really think you are contributing to this thread by isolating me as the problem child?
  11. So I get a warning for point out alt-facts? When @gk2033 call those who complain "attention whores" that's just dandy? Somehow I sense double standards in here. Is it that the squeaking wheel gets the grease? I can squeak real good. You let the alt-right people post fake facts call us "attention whores" and "libturds"? I get a warning for saying "who the F*** is most Americans" when somebody clearly misrepresents the facts? Is the warning because I called aek66 'deplorable'? Or because I think that people with his political orientation have F***ed up the USA? You want squeaking? You'll get squeaking. Let me see that grease pouring in. I'm an easy target. Let's see what you have.
  12. Who is 'most Americans'? You and your dog? Last I checked Trump lost the popular vote, and those that voted for Trump live in the middle of nowhere. The people that you see protesting is who the US is about.
  13. What does this have to do with anything? We live in the United States of America. Our values have always been fighting for human rights and freedoms. I know you won't like this but it's people like you that F***ed up this country! What's the word? Ah, yes. Deplorables. For those unsure about the word, Merriam-Webster defines deplorable in the following way: “Very bad in a way that causes shock, fear, or disgust: deserving to be deplored” and “deserving censure or contempt.” Synonyms for the word deplorable are: disgraceful, shameful, dishonorable, unworthy, inexcusable, unpardonable, unforgivable and wretched. It's like looking yourself in the mirror, right?
  14. A letter from a concerned citizen ( Greek-American as per name) published in the Salt Lake Tribune: Fascism has come to the USA. The voters did not stop it. Many were willing to throw other victims of income inequality under the bus for the promises of returning jobs, made by a pathological liar. The Democrats did not stop it, deserting working people to court Wall Street. Republicans did not stop it. In the end embracing racism, sexism and "alternative facts" for another opportunity to rape the land, continue the genocide of Native Americans and steal money from the poor and elderly to give it to their rich donors. The religious community did not stop it. Many endorsing an amoral, bullying con man without a conscience, in their effort to continue their persecution of the LGBT community — all in God's name. Citizens need to begin asking themselves some difficult questions. Those of you who identify as Republicans must decide if there is a point where you can no longer give your tacit approval to tyranny. Only when we realize there is no "us and them," only us, can we be united. Only then will we realize that attacks on gays, women, immigrants, Muslims and minorities are attacks on all of us. Steven L. Pappas Salt Lake City
  15. I'm just curious why none of Trump's army bothers to disclose their source of information. Like we're supposed to believe and argue about all the crap they cut 'n' paste in here?
  16. From BBC: Trump fan charged with hate crimes over JFK Muslim attack A Massachusetts man has been charged with hate crimes for allegedly kicking a Muslim worker at New York's JFK airport and shouting expletives at her. Robin Rhodes, 57, is accused of saying "Trump... will get rid of all of you." and blocking the woman from leaving her office in the Delta Sky Lounge. http://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-38767871 Couldn't figure out if it was one this forum's Trump advocates
  17. I know we're in trouble when, even though an American citizen, I find myself cheering for Mexico and Enrique Pena Nieto. This orangutan is f%cking us up, he's destroying everything. We're already in a war of sorts with Mexico. Who's next?
  18. Even in your comments you have things conf used. Your first sentence here describes somebody sexually violating a person, while the second sentence describes an active choice in a woman's sexual life. Obviously since you use it as an example, you don't see any difference between the two. Here are some other facts about Trump's inauguration (not alternative facts as presented by his droids). NIELSEN RATINGS Ronald Reagan's inauguration in 1980 was (and as of this writing still is) the record holder for TV viewership in absolute numbers, with 41.8 million total television viewers tuning in. In 2009, 37.8 million viewers watched the inauguration of Barack Obama via that medium. According to the Nielsen Company, the TV viewership for Donald Trump's inauguration (31 million) did not surpass either of those figures: http://www.snopes.com/trump-inauguration-viewership/ Even with those numbers, Trump's viewership is a lot smaller (in absolute terms) if one considers the number of viewing devices that are available in 2017. Now you have tablets, smartphones, TVs
  19. He's got a nice place. I'll bring the beer.
  20. As I said earlier, whatever helps you sleep at night. If nothing works, suck on your thumb.
  21. Unless you want to disclose this information.... I don't give a damn. All I go by is what I read in here, what people say and how they defends their arguments. The rest is excuses that you use to help you sleep at night.
  22. You can express your opinion without making things personal, everyone here has been warned ad nauseam. _Tzatziki
  23. This is not about disagreement. Anybody that supports a far-right racist and bigoted person get elected or supports his government IS a racist AND a bigot. This is similar to helping somebody murder somebody else. The person that helps is an accessory to murder. No ands, ifs or buts. You pretend to be a grown up, so take responsibility of your actions. You support a racist (13 Examples of Trump being racist) so we should call a spade a spade. Referring to to racists and bigots in here by using the term is the proper thing to do --- no holds barred.
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