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Bab·bitt | \ˈba-bət
A narrow-minded, self-satisfied conformist with an unthinking deference to official orthodoxy and institutional authority.
Wandering the information superhighway, he came upon the last refuge of civilization, PoFo, the only forum on the internet ...
blackjack21 wrote:Generally, anti-racism IS racism.
Sivad wrote:Professional class liberals use anti-racism as a cover for their systematic exploitation of the poor and working class. The way liberal anti-racism is used to maintain a permanent underclass is far more pernicious than overt racism.
Pants-of-dog wrote:This seems doubtful.
Sivad wrote:Liberals are worse than racists, at least racists are honest.That's one of the dumbest statements of the year, and you've made a few! There's some tight competition, but I think this puts you in the lead. @blackjack21 is going to have to up his game if he's gonna take the trophy.
Sivad wrote:It's obvious, liberal elites use diversity as a substitute for economic enfranchisement. They'll let a few blacks into upper management but they won't give them postal banking or a living wage. They'll rail against structural racism but they won't end the war on drugs. They'll let mexican immigrants into the country to work as their domestic labor but they won't end their neoliberal foreign policy that's driving immigration. Liberals are worse than racists, at least racists are honest.
Pants-of-dog wrote:Define “liberals”, thanks.
It seems you are saying that anti-racism activists are responsible for who gets hired into uppper managment, and that they legislate drug policy, and control how economics affects US foreign policy.
When I think “anti-racism activist”, I think of the young men and women who helped spearhead Black Lives Matter.
You seem to think that it means people like H.W. Bush.
I'm saying the liberal establishment that champions anti-racism is responsible for those things.
Those people are just idiots barking up the wrong tree but the liberal elites who provide financial backing and media access to those idiots know exactly what the game is.
XogGyux wrote:Has Anti-Murder become as harmful as murder?
Thats pretty much how stupid your question sounds.
One Degree wrote:Racism divides us into recognizable groups to be targeted.YES, and the people who target those people are called RACISTS.
Godstud wrote:Racists are not a "group to be targeted", so your false association is even a sillier.
YES, and the people who target those people are called RACISTS.
Brilliant deductive reasoning! Now, can you put 2 and 2 together to come up with a reasonable logical conclusion?
One Degree wrote:Faulty comparison. Murder applies to everyone equally. Racism divides us into recognizable groups to be targeted.
Pants-of-dog wrote:So this applies only to certain high level politicians in the Democrat party, and not anti-racism activists in general?
He seems to fit the bill of those you describing: paying lip service to certain notions of equality, while simultaneously supporting those systems that perpetuate racism.
One Degree wrote:Do you really need walked through it? Someone has to label them racists. These people could be labeled anti racists. Their methods and intent are identical. The only difference is there are a lot more anti racists and they are actively and publically perpetuating their discrimination of others. This makes them much worse.Apparently, I asked too much of you.
Sivad wrote:Anti-racism is a fig leaf for liberal depravity.A moronic assertion. Maybe if you said it in bolder and larger letters it would be even MORE melodramatic
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