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Response to u.s. school system 2021-07-21 13:12:52 (edited 2021-07-21 13:13:23)


At 7/21/21 01:07 PM, EdyKel wrote:
At 7/21/21 12:46 PM, Sequenced wrote:
At 7/21/21 12:36 PM, EdyKel wrote:
At 7/21/21 12:17 PM, Sequenced wrote:
At 7/21/21 11:53 AM, EdyKel wrote:
At 7/21/21 11:50 AM, Sequenced wrote:
At 7/21/21 11:39 AM, EdyKel wrote:
At 7/21/21 11:23 AM, Sequenced wrote:
At 7/21/21 11:19 AM, Garnet-Frost wrote:
At 7/21/21 04:15 AM, 0N1MU5HA wrote: I believe its a good thing in a bad package.

Way back when I was in highschool, I had racial thigs crammed down my throat in every class.

English classes got it the worst, with every single required reading being propaganda related to black history.

Yes, we should be teaching American History... but we should no longer continue turning the entire white population into white apologists with white guilt.

Being an apologist is the same as being traditionally racist in my mind. There are so many white people who will bend over backwards for a black person because "they feel bad" and they want to "prove to them that they aren't racist" by giving them special treatment...

Ironically, I personally grew up in a black neighborhood with all black friends and all black classmates from first through 8th grade. I never had a racist thought in my mind until my family moved away to a white town where they slathered on the white guilt in the school curriculum.

After doing my time in the public school system, I felt like every black person hated my fucking soul... and it took a really long time to shake off the white guilt and get back in touch with reality.
During that time, I AVOIDED black people because I felt so horrible and guilty. I felt like they would never want to be my friend because of the color of my skin... even though I spent my younger life with nothing but black friends. I even felt uncomfortable talking over the phone to someone whose house I had spent the night at over a hundred times... whose dad came to my birthday parties to chaperone.

There was a time and place in history when affirmative action was needed... but that time is no more.

Tone it down, and at very least keep the white guilt in HISTORY class.
What's even more scary is there will probably be people and kids who won't react the same way you will. Once they go to the extremes (all it takes is for the wrong people to find them and/or coerce them) due to the US broken school system then step in the media, the politicians, and the government and they'll look at my black face and say, "You see how hard it is for people like you? Guess you need us to protect you."
I think white liberals talking down on blacks and saying oh you cant succeed you gotta feel victimized even more racist honestly
I think you guys are trying way to hard to go into the opposite direction here. There is no balance in your arguments.
I don’t see anything wrong with my statement.

go back to hating qanon and trump please
Dude, you are practically considered a racist around here because you go way to far in attacking other groups for your white victimization, and that is not an exaggeration. You don't know how to tone it down.
You’re the only one here calling me a racist

why is everything always about race to you
See, I didn't even call you racist, all I said was:

If I beleieved you were racist I would have outright said it. The last time I called posters racist was when they used terms like "lesser races", and "sub-races", or they wee proud, after repeated questioning, that they had no problems treating other groups as 2nd class citizens. I don't throw out the term "racist" recklessly. I know people like you are practically begging people to call you a racist so you can feed your self victimization with, as you are constantly looking for anything to support it.
Bruh I couldn’t care less about being a victim

“People around here consider you racist”

youre just trying to sound smart by not directly calling me a racist yet so that if I call you out on it you can claim you didn’t “actually call me racist”.

I see no evidence of people calling me that outside of an unapologetic right winger, which @Zachary would agree with that lol.

anyways. I’m sick of your shit and constant insults and calling yourself republican to avoid any accountability.

if I get banned for this. this just proves the level of discourse on this forum has become childish and unproductive.
You may say you don't care, but you are always bringing it up in one form or another with this white victimization shit. It's gotten tiresomme, along with your "Fuck off" attitude.

And I am a registered Republican, who grew up in rural parts, with a conservative upbringing. And I often vote to the right in California, simply because I don't agree with a lot of stupid laws and policies there.


which I find absolutely baffling because a lot of your arguments you side with and how you phrase your wordings are notoriously common in far leftists


lel

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Response to u.s. school system 2021-07-21 13:15:12


At 7/21/21 01:12 PM, Sequenced wrote:
At 7/21/21 01:07 PM, EdyKel wrote:
At 7/21/21 12:46 PM, Sequenced wrote:
At 7/21/21 12:36 PM, EdyKel wrote:
At 7/21/21 12:17 PM, Sequenced wrote:
At 7/21/21 11:53 AM, EdyKel wrote:
At 7/21/21 11:50 AM, Sequenced wrote:
At 7/21/21 11:39 AM, EdyKel wrote:
At 7/21/21 11:23 AM, Sequenced wrote:
At 7/21/21 11:19 AM, Garnet-Frost wrote:
At 7/21/21 04:15 AM, 0N1MU5HA wrote:
I believe its a good thing in a bad package.

Way back when I was in highschool, I had racial thigs crammed down my throat in every class.

English classes got it the worst, with every single required reading being propaganda related to black history.

Yes, we should be teaching American History... but we should no longer continue turning the entire white population into white apologists with white guilt.

Being an apologist is the same as being traditionally racist in my mind. There are so many white people who will bend over backwards for a black person because "they feel bad" and they want to "prove to them that they aren't racist" by giving them special treatment...

Ironically, I personally grew up in a black neighborhood with all black friends and all black classmates from first through 8th grade. I never had a racist thought in my mind until my family moved away to a white town where they slathered on the white guilt in the school curriculum.

After doing my time in the public school system, I felt like every black person hated my fucking soul... and it took a really long time to shake off the white guilt and get back in touch with reality.
During that time, I AVOIDED black people because I felt so horrible and guilty. I felt like they would never want to be my friend because of the color of my skin... even though I spent my younger life with nothing but black friends. I even felt uncomfortable talking over the phone to someone whose house I had spent the night at over a hundred times... whose dad came to my birthday parties to chaperone.

There was a time and place in history when affirmative action was needed... but that time is no more.

Tone it down, and at very least keep the white guilt in HISTORY class.

What's even more scary is there will probably be people and kids who won't react the same way you will. Once they go to the extremes (all it takes is for the wrong people to find them and/or coerce them) due to the US broken school system then step in the media, the politicians, and the government and they'll look at my black face and say, "You see how hard it is for people like you? Guess you need us to protect you."
I think white liberals talking down on blacks and saying oh you cant succeed you gotta feel victimized even more racist honestly
I think you guys are trying way to hard to go into the opposite direction here. There is no balance in your arguments.
I don’t see anything wrong with my statement.

go back to hating qanon and trump please
Dude, you are practically considered a racist around here because you go way to far in attacking other groups for your white victimization, and that is not an exaggeration. You don't know how to tone it down.
You’re the only one here calling me a racist

why is everything always about race to you
See, I didn't even call you racist, all I said was:

If I beleieved you were racist I would have outright said it. The last time I called posters racist was when they used terms like "lesser races", and "sub-races", or they wee proud, after repeated questioning, that they had no problems treating other groups as 2nd class citizens. I don't throw out the term "racist" recklessly. I know people like you are practically begging people to call you a racist so you can feed your self victimization with, as you are constantly looking for anything to support it.
Bruh I couldn’t care less about being a victim

“People around here consider you racist”

youre just trying to sound smart by not directly calling me a racist yet so that if I call you out on it you can claim you didn’t “actually call me racist”.

I see no evidence of people calling me that outside of an unapologetic right winger, which @Zachary would agree with that lol.

anyways. I’m sick of your shit and constant insults and calling yourself republican to avoid any accountability.

if I get banned for this. this just proves the level of discourse on this forum has become childish and unproductive.
You may say you don't care, but you are always bringing it up in one form or another with this white victimization shit. It's gotten tiresomme, along with your "Fuck off" attitude.

And I am a registered Republican, who grew up in rural parts, with a conservative upbringing. And I often vote to the right in California, simply because I don't agree with a lot of stupid laws and policies there.
which I find absolutely baffling because a lot of your arguments you side with and how you phrase your wordings are notoriously common in its far leftists


What would you know about leftist, other than seeing people who don't agree with you and placing them on the far left side of you.

Response to u.s. school system 2021-07-21 13:19:10


At 7/21/21 01:15 PM, EdyKel wrote:
At 7/21/21 01:12 PM, Sequenced wrote:
At 7/21/21 01:07 PM, EdyKel wrote:
At 7/21/21 12:46 PM, Sequenced wrote:
At 7/21/21 12:36 PM, EdyKel wrote:
At 7/21/21 12:17 PM, Sequenced wrote:
At 7/21/21 11:53 AM, EdyKel wrote:
At 7/21/21 11:50 AM, Sequenced wrote:
At 7/21/21 11:39 AM, EdyKel wrote:
At 7/21/21 11:23 AM, Sequenced wrote:
At 7/21/21 11:19 AM, Garnet-Frost wrote: At 7/21/21 04:15 AM, 0N1MU5HA wrote:
I believe its a good thing in a bad package.

Way back when I was in highschool, I had racial thigs crammed down my throat in every class.

English classes got it the worst, with every single required reading being propaganda related to black history.

Yes, we should be teaching American History... but we should no longer continue turning the entire white population into white apologists with white guilt.

Being an apologist is the same as being traditionally racist in my mind. There are so many white people who will bend over backwards for a black person because "they feel bad" and they want to "prove to them that they aren't racist" by giving them special treatment...

Ironically, I personally grew up in a black neighborhood with all black friends and all black classmates from first through 8th grade. I never had a racist thought in my mind until my family moved away to a white town where they slathered on the white guilt in the school curriculum.

After doing my time in the public school system, I felt like every black person hated my fucking soul... and it took a really long time to shake off the white guilt and get back in touch with reality.
During that time, I AVOIDED black people because I felt so horrible and guilty. I felt like they would never want to be my friend because of the color of my skin... even though I spent my younger life with nothing but black friends. I even felt uncomfortable talking over the phone to someone whose house I had spent the night at over a hundred times... whose dad came to my birthday parties to chaperone.

There was a time and place in history when affirmative action was needed... but that time is no more.

Tone it down, and at very least keep the white guilt in HISTORY class.

What's even more scary is there will probably be people and kids who won't react the same way you will. Once they go to the extremes (all it takes is for the wrong people to find them and/or coerce them) due to the US broken school system then step in the media, the politicians, and the government and they'll look at my black face and say, "You see how hard it is for people like you? Guess you need us to protect you."

I think white liberals talking down on blacks and saying oh you cant succeed you gotta feel victimized even more racist honestly
I think you guys are trying way to hard to go into the opposite direction here. There is no balance in your arguments.
I don’t see anything wrong with my statement.

go back to hating qanon and trump please
Dude, you are practically considered a racist around here because you go way to far in attacking other groups for your white victimization, and that is not an exaggeration. You don't know how to tone it down.
You’re the only one here calling me a racist

why is everything always about race to you
See, I didn't even call you racist, all I said was:

If I beleieved you were racist I would have outright said it. The last time I called posters racist was when they used terms like "lesser races", and "sub-races", or they wee proud, after repeated questioning, that they had no problems treating other groups as 2nd class citizens. I don't throw out the term "racist" recklessly. I know people like you are practically begging people to call you a racist so you can feed your self victimization with, as you are constantly looking for anything to support it.
Bruh I couldn’t care less about being a victim

“People around here consider you racist”

youre just trying to sound smart by not directly calling me a racist yet so that if I call you out on it you can claim you didn’t “actually call me racist”.

I see no evidence of people calling me that outside of an unapologetic right winger, which @Zachary would agree with that lol.

anyways. I’m sick of your shit and constant insults and calling yourself republican to avoid any accountability.

if I get banned for this. this just proves the level of discourse on this forum has become childish and unproductive.
You may say you don't care, but you are always bringing it up in one form or another with this white victimization shit. It's gotten tiresomme, along with your "Fuck off" attitude.

And I am a registered Republican, who grew up in rural parts, with a conservative upbringing. And I often vote to the right in California, simply because I don't agree with a lot of stupid laws and policies there.
which I find absolutely baffling because a lot of your arguments you side with and how you phrase your wordings are notoriously common in its far leftists
What would you know about leftist, other than seeing people who don't agree with you and placing them on the far left side of you.


A lot of my city I engage with are on the left and say similar stuff you have which is why I associate you as someone on the left.


I don’t believe you are a commie or socialist but what raised an eyebrow for me was your hatred for trump and using the same points against him like MSM’s points.


ive learned from the Iraq war propaganda not to trust those folk, and it certainly is a cause of concern when a lot of people on the left suddenly believe in media now just because trump said they were bad


lel

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Response to u.s. school system 2021-07-21 13:23:47 (edited 2021-07-21 13:39:56)


At 7/21/21 12:44 PM, EdyKel wrote:
At 7/21/21 12:08 PM, 0N1MU5HA wrote:
At 7/21/21 11:19 AM, Garnet-Frost wrote:
At 7/21/21 04:15 AM, 0N1MU5HA wrote: I believe its a good thing in a bad package.

Way back when I was in highschool, I had racial thigs crammed down my throat in every class.

English classes got it the worst, with every single required reading being propaganda related to black history.

Yes, we should be teaching American History... but we should no longer continue turning the entire white population into white apologists with white guilt.

Being an apologist is the same as being traditionally racist in my mind. There are so many white people who will bend over backwards for a black person because "they feel bad" and they want to "prove to them that they aren't racist" by giving them special treatment...

Ironically, I personally grew up in a black neighborhood with all black friends and all black classmates from first through 8th grade. I never had a racist thought in my mind until my family moved away to a white town where they slathered on the white guilt in the school curriculum.

After doing my time in the public school system, I felt like every black person hated my fucking soul... and it took a really long time to shake off the white guilt and get back in touch with reality.
During that time, I AVOIDED black people because I felt so horrible and guilty. I felt like they would never want to be my friend because of the color of my skin... even though I spent my younger life with nothing but black friends. I even felt uncomfortable talking over the phone to someone whose house I had spent the night at over a hundred times... whose dad came to my birthday parties to chaperone.

There was a time and place in history when affirmative action was needed... but that time is no more.

Tone it down, and at very least keep the white guilt in HISTORY class.
What's even more scary is there will probably be people and kids who won't react the same way you will. Once they go to the extremes (all it takes is for the wrong people to find them and/or coerce them) due to the US broken school system then step in the media, the politicians, and the government and they'll look at my black face and say, "You see how hard it is for people like you? Guess you need us to protect you."

And I'll be sitting there knowing they're the ones who caused this. After careful examining I have came to the conclusion certain politicians in our government are instigators and troublemakers. Their obsession to constantly turn people against one another, I don't care if they lean left or right, has made me look at them very differently as the years went by. It's one of the reasons I'd stop taking politics seriously.

On the other hand, teenagers and young adults who are bold and smart enough to see through the shit their teachers put them through will likely do fine.
Keep the American People at odds with one another... give them reason to fight amongst themselves... for if they realize they are allies and not enemies... and they share a common goal...
They stand together and focus upon the real enemy... the 1% of the population who own the majority of the wealth.
Oh, good, another "let's fight the man, as they try to divide us" post.

Let me ask you who you would support:

Would you vote for a politicians who said lets put more regulations on corporations to protect consumers and the environment, and make them pay their fair share of taxes, but we need to address systemic racism in the country.

Or would you support a politicians who said we need to reduce taxes and regulations on corporations, and that the left is trying to destroy our country with their identity politics of attacking whites?

Or would you vote for neither?


Neither. I don't think I'd ever vote for anyone under the pretenses where I was told I had to choose between A or B.


If we are going to treat corporations as we do individuals (as we so commonly do in this country) We should take from them what is fair. I believe in higher taxation for those with higher income. (As long as the tax dollars are spent appropriately)


From each according to his ability, to each according to his needs


As far as racial inequality goes, you would actually have to believe in systemic racism not just per-person racism in order to justify a government policy seeking to oust it.


Systemic racism is a witch hunt. "Its got to be there, and we are going to find it!"


Personally, I am a firm believer that corporations or organizations are incapable of being racist on a structural level. It is individuals within a company or organization who can potentially be racist. These individuals can potentially attempt to structure organizations in such a way that may make it unfair to certain races or ethnicities by enforcing policies or altering hiring habits.


The thing is though... you are never going to see a written policy that says "don't hire black people." This... again can only exist on a per-person basis.


The hiring manager would need to be a racist.


In government-related situations, thanks to affirmative action, there are actually far more policies that benefit minorities, specifically Black Americans, than there are anything else. You are actually much more likely to be discriminated against for being white when applying for social security benefits, welfare, housing, food stamps, etc.


Thanks to affirmative action, you have grants that provide minorities with various amounts of funding for various reasons, but no equivalent for whites. (It would be racist afterall).


So where is this systemic racism at exactly?


If you can answer that, then I'd happily allocate tax dollars to eliminating it.


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Response to u.s. school system 2021-07-21 13:25:51


At 7/21/21 01:19 PM, Sequenced wrote: A lot of my city I engage with are on the left and say similar stuff you have which is why I associate you as someone on the left.

I don’t believe you are a commie or socialist but what raised an eyebrow for me was your hatred for trump and using the same points against him like MSM’s points.

ive learned from the Iraq war propaganda not to trust those folk, and it certainly is a cause of concern when a lot of people on the left suddenly believe in media now just because trump said they were bad


I won't deny the media didn't have a love/hate relationship with Trump (and often used his quotes for generating rageclick articles), but have you ever considered that him being a deeply corrupt, narcisistic habitual liar wasn't all just far left talking points?


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Response to u.s. school system 2021-07-21 13:29:32


At 7/21/21 01:25 PM, test-object wrote:
At 7/21/21 01:19 PM, Sequenced wrote: A lot of my city I engage with are on the left and say similar stuff you have which is why I associate you as someone on the left.

I don’t believe you are a commie or socialist but what raised an eyebrow for me was your hatred for trump and using the same points against him like MSM’s points.

ive learned from the Iraq war propaganda not to trust those folk, and it certainly is a cause of concern when a lot of people on the left suddenly believe in media now just because trump said they were bad
I won't deny the media didn't have a love/hate relationship with Trump (and often used his quotes for generating rageclick articles), but have you ever considered that him being a deeply corrupt, narcisistic habitual liar wasn't all just far left talking points?


I can agree with the narcissism and corrupt business owner,


but I don’t really care because politicians are all liars and major Corps are generally corrupt? (Like bailing out wall street)


he was the one that actually pretended to care for the working class man while the democrats had no platform for them.


lel

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Response to u.s. school system 2021-07-21 13:33:39


At 7/21/21 01:29 PM, Sequenced wrote: I can agree with the narcissism and corrupt business owner,

but I don’t really care because politicians are all liars and major Corps are generally corrupt? (Like bailing out wall street)

he was the one that actually pretended to care for the working class man while the democrats had no platform for them.


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Response to u.s. school system 2021-07-21 13:35:17


At 7/21/21 01:19 PM, Sequenced wrote:
At 7/21/21 01:15 PM, EdyKel wrote:
At 7/21/21 01:12 PM, Sequenced wrote:
At 7/21/21 01:07 PM, EdyKel wrote:
At 7/21/21 12:46 PM, Sequenced wrote:
At 7/21/21 12:36 PM, EdyKel wrote:
At 7/21/21 12:17 PM, Sequenced wrote:
At 7/21/21 11:53 AM, EdyKel wrote:
At 7/21/21 11:50 AM, Sequenced wrote:
At 7/21/21 11:39 AM, EdyKel wrote:
At 7/21/21 11:23 AM, Sequenced wrote: At 7/21/21 11:19 AM, Garnet-Frost wrote: At 7/21/21 04:15 AM, 0N1MU5HA wrote:
I believe its a good thing in a bad package.

Way back when I was in highschool, I had racial thigs crammed down my throat in every class.

English classes got it the worst, with every single required reading being propaganda related to black history.

Yes, we should be teaching American History... but we should no longer continue turning the entire white population into white apologists with white guilt.

Being an apologist is the same as being traditionally racist in my mind. There are so many white people who will bend over backwards for a black person because "they feel bad" and they want to "prove to them that they aren't racist" by giving them special treatment...

Ironically, I personally grew up in a black neighborhood with all black friends and all black classmates from first through 8th grade. I never had a racist thought in my mind until my family moved away to a white town where they slathered on the white guilt in the school curriculum.

After doing my time in the public school system, I felt like every black person hated my fucking soul... and it took a really long time to shake off the white guilt and get back in touch with reality.
During that time, I AVOIDED black people because I felt so horrible and guilty. I felt like they would never want to be my friend because of the color of my skin... even though I spent my younger life with nothing but black friends. I even felt uncomfortable talking over the phone to someone whose house I had spent the night at over a hundred times... whose dad came to my birthday parties to chaperone.

There was a time and place in history when affirmative action was needed... but that time is no more.

Tone it down, and at very least keep the white guilt in HISTORY class.

What's even more scary is there will probably be people and kids who won't react the same way you will. Once they go to the extremes (all it takes is for the wrong people to find them and/or coerce them) due to the US broken school system then step in the media, the politicians, and the government and they'll look at my black face and say, "You see how hard it is for people like you? Guess you need us to protect you."

I think white liberals talking down on blacks and saying oh you cant succeed you gotta feel victimized even more racist honestly

I think you guys are trying way to hard to go into the opposite direction here. There is no balance in your arguments.
I don’t see anything wrong with my statement.

go back to hating qanon and trump please
Dude, you are practically considered a racist around here because you go way to far in attacking other groups for your white victimization, and that is not an exaggeration. You don't know how to tone it down.
You’re the only one here calling me a racist

why is everything always about race to you
See, I didn't even call you racist, all I said was:

If I beleieved you were racist I would have outright said it. The last time I called posters racist was when they used terms like "lesser races", and "sub-races", or they wee proud, after repeated questioning, that they had no problems treating other groups as 2nd class citizens. I don't throw out the term "racist" recklessly. I know people like you are practically begging people to call you a racist so you can feed your self victimization with, as you are constantly looking for anything to support it.
Bruh I couldn’t care less about being a victim

“People around here consider you racist”

youre just trying to sound smart by not directly calling me a racist yet so that if I call you out on it you can claim you didn’t “actually call me racist”.

I see no evidence of people calling me that outside of an unapologetic right winger, which @Zachary would agree with that lol.

anyways. I’m sick of your shit and constant insults and calling yourself republican to avoid any accountability.

if I get banned for this. this just proves the level of discourse on this forum has become childish and unproductive.
You may say you don't care, but you are always bringing it up in one form or another with this white victimization shit. It's gotten tiresomme, along with your "Fuck off" attitude.

And I am a registered Republican, who grew up in rural parts, with a conservative upbringing. And I often vote to the right in California, simply because I don't agree with a lot of stupid laws and policies there.
which I find absolutely baffling because a lot of your arguments you side with and how you phrase your wordings are notoriously common in its far leftists
What would you know about leftist, other than seeing people who don't agree with you and placing them on the far left side of you.
A lot of my city I engage with are on the left and say similar stuff you have which is why I associate you as someone on the left.

I don’t believe you are a commie or socialist but what raised an eyebrow for me was your hatred for trump and using the same points against him like MSM’s points.

ive learned from the Iraq war propaganda not to trust those folk, and it certainly is a cause of concern when a lot of people on the left suddenly believe in media now just because trump said they were bad


Again, that doesn't mean much from you, considering you are going by stereotypes and placing any perceived transgression over them as an indicator of where to place people. I think you would have a cow if people accused you of being a leftest more than someone on the right.


I'm a moderate, or a centrist, who doesn't go to far to either side. Whether you don't want to believe that is entirely up to you. I don't have to prove anything to you.


And I go after Trump, and his avowed followers, because they are a dangerous lot. They go the exact opposite direction on issues that concern me, which go beyond their dangerous identity politics on steroids. There are more important things than just identity politics, and that is the economy, environment, and foreign policies. Yet, many people are controlled by the culture war, rather than those other important issues that can affect us more.

Response to u.s. school system 2021-07-21 13:37:16


At 7/21/21 01:33 PM, test-object wrote:
At 7/21/21 01:29 PM, Sequenced wrote: I can agree with the narcissism and corrupt business owner,

but I don’t really care because politicians are all liars and major Corps are generally corrupt? (Like bailing out wall street)

he was the one that actually pretended to care for the working class man while the democrats had no platform for them.


I don’t agree lol


lel

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Response to u.s. school system 2021-07-21 13:38:38


At 7/21/21 01:37 PM, Sequenced wrote:
At 7/21/21 01:33 PM, test-object wrote:
At 7/21/21 01:29 PM, Sequenced wrote: I can agree with the narcissism and corrupt business owner,

but I don’t really care because politicians are all liars and major Corps are generally corrupt? (Like bailing out wall street)

he was the one that actually pretended to care for the working class man while the democrats had no platform for them.
I don’t agree lol


Sure, but have a read.


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Response to u.s. school system 2021-07-21 14:02:52


At 7/21/21 01:38 PM, test-object wrote: Sure, but have a read.


I think that source may be a little biased 🤔

Response to u.s. school system 2021-07-21 14:05:04 (edited 2021-07-21 14:09:15)


At 7/21/21 01:23 PM, 0N1MU5HA wrote:
At 7/21/21 12:44 PM, EdyKel wrote: Oh, good, another "let's fight the man, as they try to divide us" post.

Let me ask you who you would support:

Would you vote for a politicians who said lets put more regulations on corporations to protect consumers and the environment, and make them pay their fair share of taxes, but we need to address systemic racism in the country.

Or would you support a politicians who said we need to reduce taxes and regulations on corporations, and that the left is trying to destroy our country with their identity politics of attacking whites?

Or would you vote for neither?
Neither. I don't think I'd ever vote for anyone under the pretenses where I was told I had to choose between A or B.

If we are going to treat corporations as we do individuals (as we so commonly do in this country) We should take from them what is fair. I believe in higher taxation for those with higher income. (As long as the tax dollars are spent appropriately)


So, basically you rather not do a damn thing to fight the 1% you were just promoting, because you were distracted by Identity politics. It sounds like they won with you.


As far as racial inequality goes, you would actually have to believe in systemic racism not just per-person racism in order to justify a government policy seeking to oust it.

Systemic racism is a witch hunt. "Its got to be there, and we are going to find it!"


People can say that if only to make themselves feel better, but it doesn't change the statistic that blacks are more likely to be poorer than whites on average, more likely be incarcerated on average than whites. For god sake, 25% of the black population has been incarcerated at some point in their lives, compared to 10% of the white population - and having a criminal record makes it harder to find work, which only helps to perpetuate the cycle of poverty.


This isn't a natural.


Personally, I am a firm believer that corporations or organizations are incapable of being racist on a structural level. It is individuals within a company or organization who can potentially be racist. These individuals can potentially attempt to structure organizations in such a way that may make it unfair to certain races or ethnicities by enforcing policies or altering hiring habits.

The thing is though... you are never going to see a written policy that says "don't hire black people." This... again can only exist on a per-person basis.

The hiring manager would need to be a racist.


Or hold racial stereotypes. There is a popular saying, which is based on numerous studies and statistics: "Blacks are the first to be fired, last to be hired". You wont find anything that shows otherwise. Even Trump alluded to the disparity in one of his braggings about himself over black job gains.


In government-related situations, thanks to affirmative action, there are actually far more policies that benefit minorities, specifically Black Americans, than there are anything else. You are actually much more likely to be discriminated against for being white when applying for social security benefits, welfare, housing, food stamps, etc.

Thanks to affirmative action, you have grants that provide minorities with various amounts of funding for various reasons, but no equivalent for whites. (It would be racist afterall).

So where is this systemic racism at exactly?


I keep hearing people point to something that helped a lot of minorities out after the end of segregation (which was all about racism, and treating people as 2nd class citizens), but very few can show that Affirmative actions still exist in the same capacity. It's nothing more than a boogeyman these day design to feed white victimization, and to shame mionrities, while statistics continue to show that there is a racial disparity between the medium wealth of blacks and whites, and that most tax payer money go into rich district rather than poor districts. I'm pretty sure you get the idea.

Response to u.s. school system 2021-07-21 14:12:09 (edited 2021-07-21 14:18:09)


At 7/21/21 02:05 PM, EdyKel wrote:
At 7/21/21 01:23 PM, 0N1MU5HA wrote:
At 7/21/21 12:44 PM, EdyKel wrote: Oh, good, another "let's fight the man, as they try to divide us" post.

Let me ask you who you would support:

Would you vote for a politicians who said lets put more regulations on corporations to protect consumers and the environment, and make them pay their fair share of taxes, but we need to address systemic racism in the country.

Or would you support a politicians who said we need to reduce taxes and regulations on corporations, and that the left is trying to destroy our country with their identity politics of attacking whites?

Or would you vote for neither?
Neither. I don't think I'd ever vote for anyone under the pretenses where I was told I had to choose between A or B.

If we are going to treat corporations as we do individuals (as we so commonly do in this country) We should take from them what is fair. I believe in higher taxation for those with higher income. (As long as the tax dollars are spent appropriately)
So, basically you rather not do a damn thing to fight the 1% you were just promoting, because you were distracted by Identity politics. It sounds like they won with you.

I literally said we should be taxing based upon income... do you completely fail at reading comprehension?

As far as racial inequality goes, you would actually have to believe in systemic racism not just per-person racism in order to justify a government policy seeking to oust it.

Systemic racism is a witch hunt. "Its got to be there, and we are going to find it!"
People can say that if only to make themselves feel better, but it doesn't change the statistic that blacks are more likely to be poorer than whites on average, more likely be incarcerated on average than whites. For god sake, 25% of the black population has been incarcerated at some point in their lives, compared to 10% of the white population - and having a criminal record makes it harder to find work, which only helps to perpetuate the cycle of poverty.

This isn't a natural.

Personally, I am a firm believer that corporations or organizations are incapable of being racist on a structural level. It is individuals within a company or organization who can potentially be racist. These individuals can potentially attempt to structure organizations in such a way that may make it unfair to certain races or ethnicities by enforcing policies or altering hiring habits.

The thing is though... you are never going to see a written policy that says "don't hire black people." This... again can only exist on a per-person basis.

The hiring manager would need to be a racist.
Or hold racial stereotypes. There is a popular saying, which is based on numerous studies and statistics: "Blacks are the first to be fired, last to be hired". You wont find anything that shows otherwise. Even Trump alluded to the disparity in one of his braggings about himself over black job gains.

In government-related situations, thanks to affirmative action, there are actually far more policies that benefit minorities, specifically Black Americans, than there are anything else. You are actually much more likely to be discriminated against for being white when applying for social security benefits, welfare, housing, food stamps, etc.

Thanks to affirmative action, you have grants that provide minorities with various amounts of funding for various reasons, but no equivalent for whites. (It would be racist afterall).

So where is this systemic racism at exactly?
I keep hearing people point to something that helped a lot of minorities out after the end of segregation (which was all about racism, and treating people as 2nd class citizens), but very few can show that Affirmative actions still exist in the same capacity. It's nothing more than a boogeyman these day design to feed white victimization, and to shame mionrities, while statistics continue to show that there is a racial disparity between the medium wealth of blacks and whites, and that most tax payer money go into rich district rather than poor districts. I'm pretty sure you get the idea.


That's all just bullshit. You reference some made up slogan but ignore the fact that thanks to "equal opportunity" employers the white man is literally hired last out of all equal candidates.


Then go on to cite crime statistics as if thats relevant the the question.


Systemic racism isnt real.


If it is... tell me and the rest of the world where it is exactly, and believe me we will tackle it.


What we will not do is dedicate tax dollars to a fucking bigfoot hunt.


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Response to u.s. school system 2021-07-21 14:19:10


At 7/21/21 02:12 PM, 0N1MU5HA wrote:
At 7/21/21 02:05 PM, EdyKel wrote:
At 7/21/21 01:23 PM, 0N1MU5HA wrote:
At 7/21/21 12:44 PM, EdyKel wrote: Oh, good, another "let's fight the man, as they try to divide us" post.

Let me ask you who you would support:

Would you vote for a politicians who said lets put more regulations on corporations to protect consumers and the environment, and make them pay their fair share of taxes, but we need to address systemic racism in the country.

Or would you support a politicians who said we need to reduce taxes and regulations on corporations, and that the left is trying to destroy our country with their identity politics of attacking whites?

Or would you vote for neither?
Neither. I don't think I'd ever vote for anyone under the pretenses where I was told I had to choose between A or B.

If we are going to treat corporations as we do individuals (as we so commonly do in this country) We should take from them what is fair. I believe in higher taxation for those with higher income. (As long as the tax dollars are spent appropriately)
So, basically you rather not do a damn thing to fight the 1% you were just promoting, because you were distracted by Identity politics. It sounds like they won with you.
I literally said we should be taxing based upon income... do you completely fail at reading comprehension?


But you didn't choose the one that would do that, because you were distracted by his identity politics. I thought I made that clear enough for you to comprehend. Those are the choices that you have. You rarely have a choice of a politician who doesn't bring up some measure of identity politics.


As far as racial inequality goes, you would actually have to believe in systemic racism not just per-person racism in order to justify a government policy seeking to oust it.

Systemic racism is a witch hunt. "Its got to be there, and we are going to find it!"
People can say that if only to make themselves feel better, but it doesn't change the statistic that blacks are more likely to be poorer than whites on average, more likely be incarcerated on average than whites. For god sake, 25% of the black population has been incarcerated at some point in their lives, compared to 10% of the white population - and having a criminal record makes it harder to find work, which only helps to perpetuate the cycle of poverty.

This isn't a natural.

Personally, I am a firm believer that corporations or organizations are incapable of being racist on a structural level. It is individuals within a company or organization who can potentially be racist. These individuals can potentially attempt to structure organizations in such a way that may make it unfair to certain races or ethnicities by enforcing policies or altering hiring habits.

The thing is though... you are never going to see a written policy that says "don't hire black people." This... again can only exist on a per-person basis.

The hiring manager would need to be a racist.
Or hold racial stereotypes. There is a popular saying, which is based on numerous studies and statistics: "Blacks are the first to be fired, last to be hired". You wont find anything that shows otherwise. Even Trump alluded to the disparity in one of his braggings about himself over black job gains.

In government-related situations, thanks to affirmative action, there are actually far more policies that benefit minorities, specifically Black Americans, than there are anything else. You are actually much more likely to be discriminated against for being white when applying for social security benefits, welfare, housing, food stamps, etc.

Thanks to affirmative action, you have grants that provide minorities with various amounts of funding for various reasons, but no equivalent for whites. (It would be racist afterall).

So where is this systemic racism at exactly?
I keep hearing people point to something that helped a lot of minorities out after the end of segregation (which was all about racism, and treating people as 2nd class citizens), but very few can show that Affirmative actions still exist in the same capacity. It's nothing more than a boogeyman these day design to feed white victimization, and to shame mionrities, while statistics continue to show that there is a racial disparity between the medium wealth of blacks and whites, and that most tax payer money go into rich district rather than poor districts. I'm pretty sure you get the idea.
That's all just bullshit.


Busllshit you can't disprove, or show otherwise.

Response to u.s. school system 2021-07-21 14:21:31 (edited 2021-07-21 14:22:54)


At 7/21/21 02:19 PM, EdyKel wrote:
At 7/21/21 02:12 PM, 0N1MU5HA wrote:
At 7/21/21 02:05 PM, EdyKel wrote:
At 7/21/21 01:23 PM, 0N1MU5HA wrote:
At 7/21/21 12:44 PM, EdyKel wrote: Oh, good, another "let's fight the man, as they try to divide us" post.

Let me ask you who you would support:

Would you vote for a politicians who said lets put more regulations on corporations to protect consumers and the environment, and make them pay their fair share of taxes, but we need to address systemic racism in the country.

Or would you support a politicians who said we need to reduce taxes and regulations on corporations, and that the left is trying to destroy our country with their identity politics of attacking whites?

Or would you vote for neither?
Neither. I don't think I'd ever vote for anyone under the pretenses where I was told I had to choose between A or B.

If we are going to treat corporations as we do individuals (as we so commonly do in this country) We should take from them what is fair. I believe in higher taxation for those with higher income. (As long as the tax dollars are spent appropriately)
So, basically you rather not do a damn thing to fight the 1% you were just promoting, because you were distracted by Identity politics. It sounds like they won with you.
I literally said we should be taxing based upon income... do you completely fail at reading comprehension?
But you didn't choose the one that would do that, because you were distracted by his identity politics. I thought I made that clear enough for you to comprehend. Those are the choices that you have. You rarely have a choice of a politician who doesn't bring up some measure of identity politics.

As far as racial inequality goes, you would actually have to believe in systemic racism not just per-person racism in order to justify a government policy seeking to oust it.

Systemic racism is a witch hunt. "Its got to be there, and we are going to find it!"
People can say that if only to make themselves feel better, but it doesn't change the statistic that blacks are more likely to be poorer than whites on average, more likely be incarcerated on average than whites. For god sake, 25% of the black population has been incarcerated at some point in their lives, compared to 10% of the white population - and having a criminal record makes it harder to find work, which only helps to perpetuate the cycle of poverty.

This isn't a natural.

Personally, I am a firm believer that corporations or organizations are incapable of being racist on a structural level. It is individuals within a company or organization who can potentially be racist. These individuals can potentially attempt to structure organizations in such a way that may make it unfair to certain races or ethnicities by enforcing policies or altering hiring habits.

The thing is though... you are never going to see a written policy that says "don't hire black people." This... again can only exist on a per-person basis.

The hiring manager would need to be a racist.
Or hold racial stereotypes. There is a popular saying, which is based on numerous studies and statistics: "Blacks are the first to be fired, last to be hired". You wont find anything that shows otherwise. Even Trump alluded to the disparity in one of his braggings about himself over black job gains.

In government-related situations, thanks to affirmative action, there are actually far more policies that benefit minorities, specifically Black Americans, than there are anything else. You are actually much more likely to be discriminated against for being white when applying for social security benefits, welfare, housing, food stamps, etc.

Thanks to affirmative action, you have grants that provide minorities with various amounts of funding for various reasons, but no equivalent for whites. (It would be racist afterall).

So where is this systemic racism at exactly?
I keep hearing people point to something that helped a lot of minorities out after the end of segregation (which was all about racism, and treating people as 2nd class citizens), but very few can show that Affirmative actions still exist in the same capacity. It's nothing more than a boogeyman these day design to feed white victimization, and to shame mionrities, while statistics continue to show that there is a racial disparity between the medium wealth of blacks and whites, and that most tax payer money go into rich district rather than poor districts. I'm pretty sure you get the idea.
That's all just bullshit.
Busllshit you can't disprove, or show otherwise.


Thats not how it works... you cant say "god was a purple dinosaur" you cant prove it wrong so it must be true.


The burden of proof lies on you.


Prove systemic racism is a thing and we'll take care of it, I assure you.


BBS Signature

Response to u.s. school system 2021-07-21 14:31:22 (edited 2021-07-21 14:32:51)


At 7/21/21 02:21 PM, 0N1MU5HA wrote:
At 7/21/21 02:19 PM, EdyKel wrote:
At 7/21/21 02:12 PM, 0N1MU5HA wrote:
At 7/21/21 02:05 PM, EdyKel wrote:
At 7/21/21 01:23 PM, 0N1MU5HA wrote:
At 7/21/21 12:44 PM, EdyKel wrote: Oh, good, another "let's fight the man, as they try to divide us" post.

Let me ask you who you would support:

Would you vote for a politicians who said lets put more regulations on corporations to protect consumers and the environment, and make them pay their fair share of taxes, but we need to address systemic racism in the country.

Or would you support a politicians who said we need to reduce taxes and regulations on corporations, and that the left is trying to destroy our country with their identity politics of attacking whites?

Or would you vote for neither?
Neither. I don't think I'd ever vote for anyone under the pretenses where I was told I had to choose between A or B.

If we are going to treat corporations as we do individuals (as we so commonly do in this country) We should take from them what is fair. I believe in higher taxation for those with higher income. (As long as the tax dollars are spent appropriately)
So, basically you rather not do a damn thing to fight the 1% you were just promoting, because you were distracted by Identity politics. It sounds like they won with you.
I literally said we should be taxing based upon income... do you completely fail at reading comprehension?
But you didn't choose the one that would do that, because you were distracted by his identity politics. I thought I made that clear enough for you to comprehend. Those are the choices that you have. You rarely have a choice of a politician who doesn't bring up some measure of identity politics.

As far as racial inequality goes, you would actually have to believe in systemic racism not just per-person racism in order to justify a government policy seeking to oust it.

Systemic racism is a witch hunt. "Its got to be there, and we are going to find it!"
People can say that if only to make themselves feel better, but it doesn't change the statistic that blacks are more likely to be poorer than whites on average, more likely be incarcerated on average than whites. For god sake, 25% of the black population has been incarcerated at some point in their lives, compared to 10% of the white population - and having a criminal record makes it harder to find work, which only helps to perpetuate the cycle of poverty.

This isn't a natural.

Personally, I am a firm believer that corporations or organizations are incapable of being racist on a structural level. It is individuals within a company or organization who can potentially be racist. These individuals can potentially attempt to structure organizations in such a way that may make it unfair to certain races or ethnicities by enforcing policies or altering hiring habits.

The thing is though... you are never going to see a written policy that says "don't hire black people." This... again can only exist on a per-person basis.

The hiring manager would need to be a racist.
Or hold racial stereotypes. There is a popular saying, which is based on numerous studies and statistics: "Blacks are the first to be fired, last to be hired". You wont find anything that shows otherwise. Even Trump alluded to the disparity in one of his braggings about himself over black job gains.

In government-related situations, thanks to affirmative action, there are actually far more policies that benefit minorities, specifically Black Americans, than there are anything else. You are actually much more likely to be discriminated against for being white when applying for social security benefits, welfare, housing, food stamps, etc.

Thanks to affirmative action, you have grants that provide minorities with various amounts of funding for various reasons, but no equivalent for whites. (It would be racist afterall).

So where is this systemic racism at exactly?
I keep hearing people point to something that helped a lot of minorities out after the end of segregation (which was all about racism, and treating people as 2nd class citizens), but very few can show that Affirmative actions still exist in the same capacity. It's nothing more than a boogeyman these day design to feed white victimization, and to shame mionrities, while statistics continue to show that there is a racial disparity between the medium wealth of blacks and whites, and that most tax payer money go into rich district rather than poor districts. I'm pretty sure you get the idea.
That's all just bullshit.
Busllshit you can't disprove, or show otherwise.
Thats not how it works... you cant say "god was a purple dinosaur" you cant prove it wrong so it must be true.

The burden of proof lies on you.

Prove systemic racism is a thing and we'll take care of it, I assure you.


I provided the proof of an unnatural state of things in the country, and you didn't even look at it. You can not dispute the racial disparity in the wealth gap, or the incarceration rate, in proportion to their respective racial population size, while you whine about the 1% that controls 40% of the wealth in the country.

Response to u.s. school system 2021-07-21 14:37:10 (edited 2021-07-21 14:41:59)


At 7/21/21 02:31 PM, EdyKel wrote:
At 7/21/21 02:21 PM, 0N1MU5HA wrote:
At 7/21/21 02:19 PM, EdyKel wrote:
At 7/21/21 02:12 PM, 0N1MU5HA wrote:
At 7/21/21 02:05 PM, EdyKel wrote:
At 7/21/21 01:23 PM, 0N1MU5HA wrote:
At 7/21/21 12:44 PM, EdyKel wrote: Oh, good, another "let's fight the man, as they try to divide us" post.

Let me ask you who you would support:

Would you vote for a politicians who said lets put more regulations on corporations to protect consumers and the environment, and make them pay their fair share of taxes, but we need to address systemic racism in the country.

Or would you support a politicians who said we need to reduce taxes and regulations on corporations, and that the left is trying to destroy our country with their identity politics of attacking whites?

Or would you vote for neither?
Neither. I don't think I'd ever vote for anyone under the pretenses where I was told I had to choose between A or B.

If we are going to treat corporations as we do individuals (as we so commonly do in this country) We should take from them what is fair. I believe in higher taxation for those with higher income. (As long as the tax dollars are spent appropriately)
So, basically you rather not do a damn thing to fight the 1% you were just promoting, because you were distracted by Identity politics. It sounds like they won with you.
I literally said we should be taxing based upon income... do you completely fail at reading comprehension?
But you didn't choose the one that would do that, because you were distracted by his identity politics. I thought I made that clear enough for you to comprehend. Those are the choices that you have. You rarely have a choice of a politician who doesn't bring up some measure of identity politics.

As far as racial inequality goes, you would actually have to believe in systemic racism not just per-person racism in order to justify a government policy seeking to oust it.

Systemic racism is a witch hunt. "Its got to be there, and we are going to find it!"
People can say that if only to make themselves feel better, but it doesn't change the statistic that blacks are more likely to be poorer than whites on average, more likely be incarcerated on average than whites. For god sake, 25% of the black population has been incarcerated at some point in their lives, compared to 10% of the white population - and having a criminal record makes it harder to find work, which only helps to perpetuate the cycle of poverty.

This isn't a natural.

Personally, I am a firm believer that corporations or organizations are incapable of being racist on a structural level. It is individuals within a company or organization who can potentially be racist. These individuals can potentially attempt to structure organizations in such a way that may make it unfair to certain races or ethnicities by enforcing policies or altering hiring habits.

The thing is though... you are never going to see a written policy that says "don't hire black people." This... again can only exist on a per-person basis.

The hiring manager would need to be a racist.
Or hold racial stereotypes. There is a popular saying, which is based on numerous studies and statistics: "Blacks are the first to be fired, last to be hired". You wont find anything that shows otherwise. Even Trump alluded to the disparity in one of his braggings about himself over black job gains.

In government-related situations, thanks to affirmative action, there are actually far more policies that benefit minorities, specifically Black Americans, than there are anything else. You are actually much more likely to be discriminated against for being white when applying for social security benefits, welfare, housing, food stamps, etc.

Thanks to affirmative action, you have grants that provide minorities with various amounts of funding for various reasons, but no equivalent for whites. (It would be racist afterall).

So where is this systemic racism at exactly?
I keep hearing people point to something that helped a lot of minorities out after the end of segregation (which was all about racism, and treating people as 2nd class citizens), but very few can show that Affirmative actions still exist in the same capacity. It's nothing more than a boogeyman these day design to feed white victimization, and to shame mionrities, while statistics continue to show that there is a racial disparity between the medium wealth of blacks and whites, and that most tax payer money go into rich district rather than poor districts. I'm pretty sure you get the idea.
That's all just bullshit.
Busllshit you can't disprove, or show otherwise.
Thats not how it works... you cant say "god was a purple dinosaur" you cant prove it wrong so it must be true.

The burden of proof lies on you.

Prove systemic racism is a thing and we'll take care of it, I assure you.
I provided the proof of an unnatural state of things in the country, and you didn't even look at it. You can not dispute the racial disparity in the wealth gap, or the incarceration rate, in proportion to their respective racial population size, while you whine about the 1% that controls 60% of the wealth in the country.


I read everything you wrote, and immediately dismissed it as irrelevant.


I'll ask you one final time.

Where is the systemic racism EdyKel?

Show me a rule, show me a policy.

It will be dealt with immediately if it hasn't already been taken care of.


Its 2021. What era are you living in mentally where you think such things still exist?


You don't have an answer because they don't.


Racism only exists today on a per-person basis.



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Response to u.s. school system 2021-07-21 14:43:59


At 7/21/21 02:37 PM, 0N1MU5HA wrote:
At 7/21/21 02:31 PM, EdyKel wrote:
At 7/21/21 02:21 PM, 0N1MU5HA wrote:
At 7/21/21 02:19 PM, EdyKel wrote:
At 7/21/21 02:12 PM, 0N1MU5HA wrote:
At 7/21/21 02:05 PM, EdyKel wrote:
At 7/21/21 01:23 PM, 0N1MU5HA wrote:
At 7/21/21 12:44 PM, EdyKel wrote: Oh, good, another "let's fight the man, as they try to divide us" post.

Let me ask you who you would support:

Would you vote for a politicians who said lets put more regulations on corporations to protect consumers and the environment, and make them pay their fair share of taxes, but we need to address systemic racism in the country.

Or would you support a politicians who said we need to reduce taxes and regulations on corporations, and that the left is trying to destroy our country with their identity politics of attacking whites?

Or would you vote for neither?
Neither. I don't think I'd ever vote for anyone under the pretenses where I was told I had to choose between A or B.

If we are going to treat corporations as we do individuals (as we so commonly do in this country) We should take from them what is fair. I believe in higher taxation for those with higher income. (As long as the tax dollars are spent appropriately)
So, basically you rather not do a damn thing to fight the 1% you were just promoting, because you were distracted by Identity politics. It sounds like they won with you.
I literally said we should be taxing based upon income... do you completely fail at reading comprehension?
But you didn't choose the one that would do that, because you were distracted by his identity politics. I thought I made that clear enough for you to comprehend. Those are the choices that you have. You rarely have a choice of a politician who doesn't bring up some measure of identity politics.

As far as racial inequality goes, you would actually have to believe in systemic racism not just per-person racism in order to justify a government policy seeking to oust it.

Systemic racism is a witch hunt. "Its got to be there, and we are going to find it!"
People can say that if only to make themselves feel better, but it doesn't change the statistic that blacks are more likely to be poorer than whites on average, more likely be incarcerated on average than whites. For god sake, 25% of the black population has been incarcerated at some point in their lives, compared to 10% of the white population - and having a criminal record makes it harder to find work, which only helps to perpetuate the cycle of poverty.

This isn't a natural.

Personally, I am a firm believer that corporations or organizations are incapable of being racist on a structural level. It is individuals within a company or organization who can potentially be racist. These individuals can potentially attempt to structure organizations in such a way that may make it unfair to certain races or ethnicities by enforcing policies or altering hiring habits.

The thing is though... you are never going to see a written policy that says "don't hire black people." This... again can only exist on a per-person basis.

The hiring manager would need to be a racist.
Or hold racial stereotypes. There is a popular saying, which is based on numerous studies and statistics: "Blacks are the first to be fired, last to be hired". You wont find anything that shows otherwise. Even Trump alluded to the disparity in one of his braggings about himself over black job gains.

In government-related situations, thanks to affirmative action, there are actually far more policies that benefit minorities, specifically Black Americans, than there are anything else. You are actually much more likely to be discriminated against for being white when applying for social security benefits, welfare, housing, food stamps, etc.

Thanks to affirmative action, you have grants that provide minorities with various amounts of funding for various reasons, but no equivalent for whites. (It would be racist afterall).

So where is this systemic racism at exactly?
I keep hearing people point to something that helped a lot of minorities out after the end of segregation (which was all about racism, and treating people as 2nd class citizens), but very few can show that Affirmative actions still exist in the same capacity. It's nothing more than a boogeyman these day design to feed white victimization, and to shame mionrities, while statistics continue to show that there is a racial disparity between the medium wealth of blacks and whites, and that most tax payer money go into rich district rather than poor districts. I'm pretty sure you get the idea.
That's all just bullshit.
Busllshit you can't disprove, or show otherwise.
Thats not how it works... you cant say "god was a purple dinosaur" you cant prove it wrong so it must be true.

The burden of proof lies on you.

Prove systemic racism is a thing and we'll take care of it, I assure you.
I provided the proof of an unnatural state of things in the country, and you didn't even look at it. You can not dispute the racial disparity in the wealth gap, or the incarceration rate, in proportion to their respective racial population size, while you whine about the 1% that controls 60% of the wealth in the country.
I read everything you wrote, and immediately dismissed it as irrelevant.

I'll ask you one final time.
Where is the systemic racism EdyKel?
Show me a rule, show me a policy.
It will be dealt with immediately if it hasn't already been taken care of.

You don't have an answer because it does it doesnt exist.

Racism only exists on a per-person basis.

An organization or corporation is entirely incapable of being racist.


You haven't been able to explain why the racial disparities exist, other than trying to dismiss it because you are afraid it might point to systemic racism - something you can not disprove, other than saying it's impossible.

Response to u.s. school system 2021-07-21 15:15:21 (edited 2021-07-21 15:21:36)


At 7/21/21 01:25 PM, test-object wrote:
deeply corrupt, narcisistic habitual liar


plus ca change

Response to u.s. school system 2021-07-21 16:07:53


At 7/21/21 02:37 PM, 0N1MU5HA wrote: I read everything you wrote, and immediately dismissed it as irrelevant.

I'll ask you one final time.
Where is the systemic racism EdyKel?
Show me a rule, show me a policy.
It will be dealt with immediately if it hasn't already been taken care of.

Its 2021. What era are you living in mentally where you think such things still exist?

You don't have an answer because they don't.

Racism only exists today on a per-person basis.


Just tossing in my 2 cents; I get the impression you're looking for a policy equivalent of guys in white robes burning crosses. The concept of "racism" is not binary, but a gradient. A deeply ingrained core structure of socio-economical lawmaking.


Here's a massive, ever-expanding list of black communities suffering as a direct result from inequality and racist policies from the past and present.


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Response to u.s. school system 2021-07-21 16:08:06 (edited 2021-07-21 16:08:17)


At 7/21/21 02:54 AM, Tyler wrote: Anybody who looks to the public schooling system to raise their child has made a terrible mistake


publik skooling? all I needed was sunday skool, Why cuz Jeezus luvs me.

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Response to u.s. school system 2021-07-21 16:14:43


At 7/21/21 04:08 PM, Tony-DarkGrave wrote:
At 7/21/21 02:54 AM, Tyler wrote: Anybody who looks to the public schooling system to raise their child has made a terrible mistake
publik skooling? all I needed was sunday skool, Why cuz Jeezus luvs me.

Unfunny classist joke, Tony.


@Tyler, what is your issue with public schools? I think there are definitely things to criticize, but I don't have my hopes up our grievances will align.


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Response to u.s. school system 2021-07-21 18:26:24


At 7/21/21 12:41 AM, SleepyAss54 wrote:
At 7/20/21 05:57 PM, weirdcore wrote: america should stop painting itself as a perfect country and focus on bringing CRT to classes. while i'm into history, i'm also tired of seeing U.S. propaganda on my textbooks. :(

i wrote this post after learning that texas banned CRT from being taught in schools and removed lessons about the KKK and MLK.

thank god i don't live in texas.
Why should we learn about box TVs you play video games on


critical race theory


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Response to u.s. school system 2021-07-21 18:34:29


At 7/21/21 04:14 PM, test-object wrote:
Unfunny classist joke, Tony.

I forgot we live in a post-joke society beset by political correctness and Twitter autism.

Response to u.s. school system 2021-07-21 18:36:21


At 7/21/21 06:34 PM, Tony-DarkGrave wrote: I forgot we live in a post-joke society beset by political correctness and Twitter autism.


Be honest, you know it wasn't funny looking back on it.


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Response to u.s. school system 2021-07-21 18:41:51


At 7/21/21 06:26 PM, weirdcore wrote:
At 7/21/21 12:41 AM, SleepyAss54 wrote:
At 7/20/21 05:57 PM, weirdcore wrote: america should stop painting itself as a perfect country and focus on bringing CRT to classes. while i'm into history, i'm also tired of seeing U.S. propaganda on my textbooks. :(

i wrote this post after learning that texas banned CRT from being taught in schools and removed lessons about the KKK and MLK.

thank god i don't live in texas.
Why should we learn about box TVs you play video games on
critical race theory


What does the movie Cars have to do with anything?


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Response to u.s. school system 2021-07-21 18:54:08


At 7/21/21 06:36 PM, test-object wrote:
Be honest, you know it wasn't funny looking back on it.


It may have been bottom of the barrel but it was still fun and somewhat refreshing to the rest of bullshit and semantics in this thread that happens in every thread with the same old people posting.


I'm just doing something different.

Response to u.s. school system 2021-07-21 20:07:30


At 7/21/21 06:41 PM, SleepyAss54 wrote:
At 7/21/21 06:26 PM, weirdcore wrote:
At 7/21/21 12:41 AM, SleepyAss54 wrote:
At 7/20/21 05:57 PM, weirdcore wrote: america should stop painting itself as a perfect country and focus on bringing CRT to classes. while i'm into history, i'm also tired of seeing U.S. propaganda on my textbooks. :(

i wrote this post after learning that texas banned CRT from being taught in schools and removed lessons about the KKK and MLK.

thank god i don't live in texas.
Why should we learn about box TVs you play video games on
critical race theory
What does the movie Cars have to do with anything?


i.idk


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Response to u.s. school system 2021-07-21 20:50:54


At 7/21/21 04:14 PM, test-object wrote:
At 7/21/21 04:08 PM, Tony-DarkGrave wrote:
At 7/21/21 02:54 AM, Tyler wrote: Anybody who looks to the public schooling system to raise their child has made a terrible mistake
publik skooling? all I needed was sunday skool, Why cuz Jeezus luvs me.
Unfunny classist joke, Tony.

@Tyler, what is your issue with public schools? I think there are definitely things to criticize, but I don't have my hopes up our grievances will align.


I can only speak for the US. Public schools generally produce intellectually stunted people due to:


1.) lack of attention because of large class sizes


2.) students are educated to be workers, not thinkers


PLUS: The smartest people I’ve ever met are homeschooled. (Fun fact: Tom Fulp was homeschooled and he’s the greatest person I know!). My homeschooled friends had such an advantage... the intellectual difference was always painfully obvious. I wish my parents could have afforded to homeschool me, but they were also publicly schooled and didn't know better. Its a vicious cycle


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Response to u.s. school system 2021-07-21 21:58:10


Is it just me, or is people who bitch about public schools are the ones who did diddily dick about learning because they were fucking lazy or think they were smarter than everyone else in school?


I suppose it’s easier to talk tough using broad generalizations and vague rationale than anything resembling concrete solutions. Using that logic, if CRT isn’t banned by state legislators, it would probably be viewed with the same apathy that people have for everything else learned in public schools.


Just stop worrying, and love the bomb.

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