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by on December 28, 2020
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Personally I have found that black folks I have met are just as prone to racism as anyone else (big surprise I know). On websites like Twitter and Reddit however, I'd say most of the racist garbage I have seen has come from black folks - typically the weirdo societal outcast activist kinds.

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Ignore what the meat of every guide might be about, the point is there are many people (and much more worryingly, many popular books ) that are pushing for black-only distances together with the rationale that black people are so oppressed they need safe spaces without butterflies from them (because apparently they are so emotionally weak they literally cannot handle the sight of a white man, yay, empowerment).

I have sadly been to aware of the cancerous side of social justice/woke civilization for years now and I remember 6 years ago (when"SJWs" were the anger and the worst thing woke culture had produced thus far) folks laughing at people worrying about the tendency of woke discourse spreading increasingly.


That's what is odd, because I was told reddit was a discussion place but it seems exactly like a Social Media?Not to play devil's advocate but as when was this thread ever empirical in the slightest?

Personally I have found that black folks I have met are just as prone to racism as anyone else (big surprise I know). On websites like Twitter and Reddit however, I'd say most of the racist garbage I have seen has come from black folks - typically the weirdo societal outcast activist kinds.

I am so perplexed why do black people want segregation!? Didn't Martin Luther king jr struggle to get rid of it? I am so confused. Is this just Twitter Twitter again?This is such a naive statement. Twitter is made of real folks along with a tweet with sufficient enjoys and retweets is often enough to have consequences in real life. Countless individuals were"cancelled" after somebody posted some shit on Twitter and it blew up, more recently one person saying that a villain in Assassin's Creed Valhalla having a scar on their face was"ableist" was sufficient to make Ubisoft apologize and change which part of the match, there are tons of different examples of Twitter has had a impact on actual life.

Ignore what the meat of every guide might be about, the point is there are many people (and much more worryingly, many popular books ) that are pushing for black-only distances together with the rationale that black people are so oppressed they need safe spaces without butterflies from them (because apparently they are so emotionally weak they literally cannot handle the sight of a white man, yay, empowerment).

I have sadly been to aware of the cancerous side of social justice/woke civilization for years now and I remember 6 years ago (when"SJWs" were the anger and the worst thing woke  buy Animal Crossing Bells culture had produced thus far) folks laughing at people worrying about the tendency of woke discourse spreading increasingly.

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