I am so angry about this. Oh my gosh. Are you kidding me.
I got 30 seconds in and I couldn’t take them seriously so I stopped. like what?
BAHAHAHAHAHA WHITE, REDNECK TEARS. THEY TASTE WONDERFUL IN BEER.
the ongoing program of genocide against the white race.
i want to punch everything
Plain stupidity , white people really will never get it
I don’t even know what to fuckin say…
WHAT IS THIS
Fuck, this is hilarious. Like I can’t even…
This is literally a white supremacy indoctrination video.
Oh jeez, not this video again. A former college acquaintance posted this video on facebook a while ago, and he said and I quote “millions of whites are being wiped out”. I sent him a message asking that if there is an ongoing worldwide genocide of white people, then where are the millions of bodies. They’d be tough to conceal after a while. He unfriended me…lol
The most shocking thing about it is that the guy who posted this video was in a group with me called NYPIRG in college like a decade ago. We worked with CUNY students in City College, Brooklyn College and NYC Technical College who had local NYPIRG chapters on their campuses. We went around doing things like registering people to vote, doing community drives, addressing student housing and rising tuition costs. This guy that was very much a part of the network of CUNY students involved in social justice work and representation for poor black and brown people is now posting white supremacist videos online.
Scientists discover enormous alien planet
NBC News: Scientists have discovered a massive alien planet in the most distant orbit ever seen.The planet, which is 11 times larger than Jupiter, is fascinating scientists that study theories of planet formation. The most commonly accepted theory suggests planets orbiting close to their parent star begin as small bodies. Because this planet orbits its star at approximately 650 times the distance between the earth and sun, the theory does not explain its formation.The planet was found using a thermal infrared camera on the Magellan telescope in Chile.Follow more space news: http://www.breakingnews.com/topic/space/Photo: An artist’s conception of a young planet in a distant orbit around its host star. The star still harbors a debris disk, remnant material from star and planet formation, interior to the planet’s orbit. (NASA / JPL-Caltech)
Eddie Murphy at the ‘Purple Rain’ premiere when asked what he thought about the film | July 27 ‘84
August, 1982 Johannesburg, South Africa.
My mother and I got kicked off a whites-only bus in 1988, Johannesburg on our way from my elementary school play. There were no other buses on that route so we had to walk for almost 2 hours in the hot sun to get to another bus. Bus driver called us “kaffirs” to add salt to the wound. So we can’t get over apartheid or any other form of racism. This was all just yesterday and it still goes on. #NeverForget
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If there is a country that has committed unspeakable atrocities in the world, it is the United States of America. They don’t care for human beings.
Nelson Mandela on the US invasion of Iraq
This is the Mandela that I mourn not the white-washed, sanitized version of a revolutionary figure that aligned with Communists, was part of a group branded as terrorists by Reagan, who continued to voice his opposition to Israel’s apartheid regime and illegal occupation of the West Bank and used armed resistance to fight apartheid in South Africa.
The way white people are exalting him across the political spectrum globally based on his national reconciliation work in South Africa post-apartheid (which did have major pitfalls for non-whites in particular) and erasing his revolutionary past and fight for equality across the globe shows just how ignorant of history they are and how incredibly myopic they are too.
White people are doing to Mandela what they’ve already done to Martin Luther King, Jr., and it makes me sick. If I see one more racist white liberal lionizing Mandela in a way that erases his revolutionary past so their facebook status about his death can serve as their “feel-good” justification of the day for their “liberalism,” I’m going to be sick. And don’t even get me started on the white American conservatives who are now lauding him even as Reagan demonized the ANC and Dick Cheney voted against a resolution that would have urged the South African apartheid government to remove Mandela from prison.
Don’t sanitize Mandela for your white comfort. He’s a hero in many regards, but maybe not for the reasons you might think based on the whitewashing he’s receiving in the media to hollow him out and make him into a puppet figure for racist white liberals and conservatives alike, just like MLK.
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The White Apologist: “I’m so, so sorry for what my ancestors did to yours, man! It really breaks me down sometimes thinking about how despicable we were to you guys! Please forgive us!”
The Faux-Humanist: “Stop talking about race. We’re all just human.”
The Martin-Lover: “Yeah, but didn’t Martin Luther King say to judge people not by the color of their skin but by the content of their character! I have a dream today!”
The Lord of the Fee-Fees: “Don’t you understand how your comments about what SOME White people do are offensive to me and hurt my feelings? Not all of us are racist! By pointing out my “privilege”, you are spreading hate!”
The Wonderful White Friend: “I’m not racist, some of my best friends are Arabs!”
The Nigger-Lover: “Why can’t I say nigger? I saw it on the Boondocks! Why can’t I say nigger? Eminem’s a rapper! Why can’t she say nigger? What if she married a Black man? Why can’t she say nigger? What if he was adopted by a Black family?”
The Pea-Brained Peacemaker: “Maybe if you people weren’t so harsh and hostile, White people would want to listen to you? Try being a little calmer next time, why don’t you?”
The Silly Bitch: “I don’t care what you say, nigger isn’t a racist word. NIGGER.”
The Annoying White Feminist: ”I think our shared experiences as women are more important than race at this time, look at the bigger picture! Woman is the nigger of the world, and I have a right to say it, you colored women are just being divisive!”
The Reverse Race Specialist: “How come there are no historically white colleges? REVERSE RACISM!”
The Slave-Thrower: “Everybody was enslaved, not just you guys!”
The Fool: “I know you were fired from your modeling job because the casting agent said you didn’t ‘have the look’ and you were passed over for the job by ten other White models, but I don’t think this has anything to do with racism!”
The Colorblind Crook: “I don’t see color! There’s no difference at all between the races, we’re all the same deep down!”
The Bleeder: “Racism wouldn’t exist if you stopped talking about it. WE ALL BLEED RED!”
"The Bleeder" is also known as the "Morgan Freeman Effect".
i’m shaking because these are all really fucking true and i literally know at least one person to fit each one of these.
I deal with these people daily. They never stop emailing and sending messages. Even after you tell them to stop.
Mayor Bloomberg announced a new high school today that will be named after Nelson Mandela. It will be called ‘The Nelson Mandela School for Social Justice’. I wonder if the students will get the privilege of being stopped and frisked before going to class everyday. That’s a racist policy that Bloomberg supports. I guess Bloomberg is an advocate for social justice now.
These vultures will not rest. It’s so repulsive.
THE REALEST SHIT I EVER SEEN GOD DAMN
Mothers be having too much damn pride. This post is legendary
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Dear revisionists, Mandela will never, ever be your minstrel. Over the next few days you will try so, so hard to make him something he was not, and you will fail. You will try to smooth him, to sandblast him, to take away his Malcolm X. You will try to hide his anger from view. Right now, you are anxiously pacing the corridors of your condos and country estates, looking for the right words, the right tributes, the right-wing tributes. You will say that Mandela was not about race. You will say that Mandela was not about politics. You will say that Mandela was about nothing but one love, you will try to reduce him to a lilting reggae tune. “Let’s get together, and feel alright.” Yes, you will do that.You will make out that apartheid was just some sort of evil mystical space disease that suddenly fell from the heavens and settled on all of us, had us all, black or white, in its thrall, until Mandela appeared from the ether to redeem us. You will try to make Mandela a Magic Negro and you will fail. You will say that Mandela stood above all for forgiveness whilst scuttling swiftly over the details of the perversity that he had the grace to forgive.You will try to make out that apartheid was some horrid spontaneous historical aberration, and not the logical culmination of centuries of imperial arrogance. Yes, you will try that too. You will imply or audaciously state that its evils ended the day Mandela stepped out of jail. You will fold your hands and say the blacks have no-one to blame now but themselves.Well, try hard as you like, and you’ll fail. Because Mandela was about politics and he was about race and he was about freedom and he was even about force, and he did what he felt he had to do and given the current economic inequality in South Africa he might even have died thinking he didn’t do nearly enough of it. And perhaps the greatest tragedy of Mandela’s life isn’t that he spent almost thirty years jailed by well-heeled racists who tried to shatter millions of spirits through breaking his soul, but that there weren’t or aren’t nearly enough people like him.Because that’s South Africa now, a country long ago plunged headfirst so deep into the sewage of racial hatred that, for all Mandela’s efforts, it is still retching by the side of the swamp. Just imagine if Cape Town were London. Imagine seeing two million white people living in shacks and mud huts along the M25 as you make your way into the city, where most of the biggest houses and biggest jobs are occupied by a small, affluent to wealthy group of black people. There are no words for the resentment that would still simmer there.Nelson Mandela was not a god, floating elegantly above us and saving us. He was utterly, thoroughly human, and he did all he did in spite of people like you. There is no need to name you because you know who you are, we know who you are, and you know we know that too. You didn’t break him in life, and you won’t shape him in death. You will try, wherever you are, and you will fail.
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1. Renisha McBride
On November 2, 2013, 19-year-old Renisha McBride was murdered. Independent Press has identified McBride’s murderer as Ted Wafer, although other media claims to be committed to protecting his name.
There has, as of yet, been no arrest. The Dearborn Heights Police Department says that they will make a decision on whether or not to prosecute Wafer, in spite of the fact that they have in fact acknowledged that McBride’s murder is a homicide, on Friday, Nov 14, 2013 at 11am.
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2. Cece McDonald
McDonald is a trans, black woman who was sentenced to two years in prison after she defended herself with scissors against transphobic, neo-Nazis who hurled homophobic slurs at her. McDonald, like many trans women, was sent to a men’s facility.
You can write, donate to, and even visit Cece. For even more information, visit the Support Cece! website by clicking through, or copying and pasting this into your browser: http://supportcece.wordpress.com/
3. Marissa Alexander
Marissa Alexander is an African American mother of three and survivor of domestic violence from Jacksonville, FL. In 2010, she fired a warning shot upwards into a wall to defend herself from a life-threatening beating from her estranged husband. Despite the fact that Marissa caused no injuries and has no previous criminal record, and despite the fact that Florida’s self-defense law includes the right to “Stand Your Ground,” she was subsequently arrested, prosecuted, and sentenced to 20 years in prison. This past September, Marissa Alexander won her appeal, her guilty verdict was overturned, and she secured the right to a new trial.
No. The beneficiaries of sin don’t get to write things off because they are “nice”. This form of thinking is why people get away with bloody murder. You don’t get to sit on an empire built on murder and theft, and claim to grieve for one of the native sons who dared to assert his right and the right of his people to exist. Spare me.
When it comes to sins of this magnitude, then the sins of the father should follow their children. At the very least, their children should acknowledge their father’s sins. Especially when they are the beneficiaries of those sins. If you are really grieving, you should not say things like “regardless of what my ancestors may or may not have done.” Get this correct, there is no regardless. It should always be regarded. The world should regard their wicked ways and all the wicked things they have done.
Please don’t message me again.