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I am not advocating for the "n-word" nor am I advocating for the "h-word" and certainly not for the "M-F" phrase. I am advocating for equality as I suspect you are.


 


I agree 110% and those that see otherwise are the problem!

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Back to the topic - what was racist (as claimed) in the shout?

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@Soosie wrote:

I'm going to throw my two cents in on this.  I believe in treating all people the same.  I also believe there are some people so hung up on this equality thing and being politically correct, they are the actual problems.  If I went around my non-white friends, whinning and sniveling all the time, there would be no friendships.  If all one is looking for every minute of their life is some situation where there is percieved racism, then they are probably going to find it.  BUT, in my opinion, this is the problem of the hunter.  Perhaps some self examination is needed.


You do you, Soosie. But data say you’re wrong. People of color know the real deal.

 

“Looking forward, an overwhelming 88% of blacks say the country needs to keep making changes for blacks to have equal rights with whites.”

 

 

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https://www.cnn.com/2017/08/16/politics/blacks-white-racism-united-states-polls/index.html


Of course - anyone raised on a constant diet of being told you are a victim and that you need the Dems in government to protect you. And then, because of the circumstances of your birth you end up in a gang infested neighborhood and, naturally see more police action then elsewhere.

 

Then along comes an interviewer with a clipboard asking if you, as a black, are mistreated - the results are obvious.

 

BTW - bias - look at the headline and then look at the big film clip published with it.

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@Soosie wrote:

I'm going to throw my two cents in on this.  I believe in treating all people the same.  I also believe there are some people so hung up on this equality thing and being politically correct, they are the actual problems.  If I went around my non-white friends, whinning and sniveling all the time, there would be no friendships.  If all one is looking for every minute of their life is some situation where there is percieved racism, then they are probably going to find it.  BUT, in my opinion, this is the problem of the hunter.  Perhaps some self examination is needed.


You do you, Soosie. But data say you’re wrong. People of color know the real deal.

 

“Looking forward, an overwhelming 88% of blacks say the country needs to keep making changes for blacks to have equal rights with whites.”

 

 

8CE40591-82C1-4C6E-83FC-E70777586E24.jpeg

 

 

 

 

https://www.cnn.com/2017/08/16/politics/blacks-white-racism-united-states-polls/index.html

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I'm going to throw my two cents in on this.  I believe in treating all people the same.  I also believe there are some people so hung up on this equality thing and being politically correct, they are the actual problems.  If I went around my non-white friends, whinning and sniveling all the time, there would be no friendships.  If all one is looking for every minute of their life is some situation where there is percieved racism, then they are probably going to find it.  BUT, in my opinion, this is the problem of the hunter.  Perhaps some self examination is needed.

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@NOTHAPPENING wrote:


If they have the right to call me the h-word, I have the RIGHT to reciprocate and call them the n-word. Only a liberal could see it another way! So you follow YOUR rules and I'll follow mine.

 

You're fighting a losing battle. You are suggesting treating people as equals. To the left there are certain protected groups that must be taken care of by their betters.

 

They can offend because .... well, just because. But their feeling cannot be hurt because ..... well, just because.

 

I am not advocating for the "n-word" nor am I advocating for the "h-word" and certainly not for the "M-F" phrase. I am advocating for equality as I suspect you are.


 

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@ManicProgressive wrote:

@NOTHAPPENING wrote:

@ManicProgressive wrote:

@NOTHAPPENING wrote:

@ManicProgressive wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

@ManicProgressive wrote:

@NOTHAPPENING wrote:

@ManicProgressive wrote:
Context always matters. All of it. That’s why a black person can use the n-word and I can’t.

Sure you can when they use the h-word.


You can defend racism all you want. It will never be a morally valid choice.


What is racist about bugging Dems about their Puerto Rican all expenses paid vacation in the middle of the partial government closing??


These quotes don’t address that. Here, Not Happening is condoning a white person’s calling a black person the n-word.   Try to keep up.


I didn't condone a white person calling a black person the n-word as YOU claimed. I said: "sure you can when they use the h-word".

 

Try to keep up!


Yeah. You did. 

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"When" -

when
/(h)wen/
adverb
adverb: when
  1. 1.
    at what time.
    "when did you last see him?"
    • how soon.
      "when can I see you?"
    • in what circumstances.
      "when would such a rule be justifiable?"
adverb
adverb: when
  1. 1.
    at or on which (referring to a time or circumstance).
    "Saturday is the day when I get my hair done"
conjunction
conjunction: when
  1. 1.
    at or during the time that.
    "I loved math when I was in school"
    • after.
      "call me when you're finished"
    • at any time that; whenever.
      "can you spare five minutes when it's convenient?"
  2. 2.
    after which; and just then (implying suddenness).
    "he had just drifted off to sleep when the phone rang"
  3. 3.
    in view of the fact that; considering that.
    "why bother to paint it when you can photograph it with the same effect?"
  4. 4.
    although; whereas.
     
     
    I can't help your understanding of English!
     
    No I didn't EXCEPT as a condition!!!!!!!

Right, that’s what I said.  You think it’s ok for a white person to call a black persons the n-word. Not sure why certain “conditions” make that ok....ever....


If they have the right to call me the h-word, I have the RIGHT to reciprocate and call them the n-word. Only a liberal could see it another way! So you follow YOUR rules and I'll follow mine.

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@NOTHAPPENING wrote:

@ManicProgressive wrote:

@NOTHAPPENING wrote:

@ManicProgressive wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

@ManicProgressive wrote:

@NOTHAPPENING wrote:

@ManicProgressive wrote:
Context always matters. All of it. That’s why a black person can use the n-word and I can’t.

Sure you can when they use the h-word.


You can defend racism all you want. It will never be a morally valid choice.


What is racist about bugging Dems about their Puerto Rican all expenses paid vacation in the middle of the partial government closing??


These quotes don’t address that. Here, Not Happening is condoning a white person’s calling a black person the n-word.   Try to keep up.


I didn't condone a white person calling a black person the n-word as YOU claimed. I said: "sure you can when they use the h-word".

 

Try to keep up!


Yeah. You did. 

89E1E01B-1BF7-4152-9B9F-A3D404781046.jpeg

 


"When" -

when
/(h)wen/
adverb
adverb: when
  1. 1.
    at what time.
    "when did you last see him?"
    • how soon.
      "when can I see you?"
    • in what circumstances.
      "when would such a rule be justifiable?"
adverb
adverb: when
  1. 1.
    at or on which (referring to a time or circumstance).
    "Saturday is the day when I get my hair done"
conjunction
conjunction: when
  1. 1.
    at or during the time that.
    "I loved math when I was in school"
    • after.
      "call me when you're finished"
    • at any time that; whenever.
      "can you spare five minutes when it's convenient?"
  2. 2.
    after which; and just then (implying suddenness).
    "he had just drifted off to sleep when the phone rang"
  3. 3.
    in view of the fact that; considering that.
    "why bother to paint it when you can photograph it with the same effect?"
  4. 4.
    although; whereas.
     
     
    I can't help your understanding of English!
     
    No I didn't EXCEPT as a condition!!!!!!!

Right, that’s what I said.  You think it’s ok for a white person to call a black persons the n-word. Not sure why certain “conditions” make that ok....ever....

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@ManicProgressive wrote:

@NOTHAPPENING wrote:

@ManicProgressive wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

@ManicProgressive wrote:

@NOTHAPPENING wrote:

@ManicProgressive wrote:
Context always matters. All of it. That’s why a black person can use the n-word and I can’t.

Sure you can when they use the h-word.


You can defend racism all you want. It will never be a morally valid choice.


What is racist about bugging Dems about their Puerto Rican all expenses paid vacation in the middle of the partial government closing??


These quotes don’t address that. Here, Not Happening is condoning a white person’s calling a black person the n-word.   Try to keep up.


I didn't condone a white person calling a black person the n-word as YOU claimed. I said: "sure you can when they use the h-word".

 

Try to keep up!


Yeah. You did. 

89E1E01B-1BF7-4152-9B9F-A3D404781046.jpeg

 


"When" -

when
/(h)wen/
adverb
adverb: when
  1. 1.
    at what time.
    "when did you last see him?"
    • how soon.
      "when can I see you?"
    • in what circumstances.
      "when would such a rule be justifiable?"
adverb
adverb: when
  1. 1.
    at or on which (referring to a time or circumstance).
    "Saturday is the day when I get my hair done"
conjunction
conjunction: when
  1. 1.
    at or during the time that.
    "I loved math when I was in school"
    • after.
      "call me when you're finished"
    • at any time that; whenever.
      "can you spare five minutes when it's convenient?"
  2. 2.
    after which; and just then (implying suddenness).
    "he had just drifted off to sleep when the phone rang"
  3. 3.
    in view of the fact that; considering that.
    "why bother to paint it when you can photograph it with the same effect?"
  4. 4.
    although; whereas.
     
     
    I can't help your understanding of English!
     
    No I didn't EXCEPT as a condition!!!!!!!
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@ChasKy53 wrote:

@Centristsin2010 wrote:

@ManicProgressive wrote:

@NOTHAPPENING wrote:

@ManicProgressive wrote:
Context always matters. All of it. That’s why a black person can use the n-word and I can’t.

Sure you can when they use the h-word.


You can defend racism all you want. It will never be a morally valid choice.


And that's exactly what they do....endlessly.

 

Image result for racist white trash


Thanks for posting a visual example of a large part of the trump base. What class! What impeccable style and grace! 


Highly offensive interpretation. How do you know it wasn't staged to be used as part of the "hate Republicans" movement?

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