When the rubber meets the road.

Discussion in 'Race Relations/Racism' started by IM2, Sep 11, 2018.

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    So, where IS the racism?
     
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    Whites are more numerous and accomplish more so of course you blame that on racism. Sour grapes.

    "Where is the racism? The reverse racism? Anti white discrimination? Whites are on top of the charts in every category except poverty where they are on bottom."

    Ever hear of South Africa?
     
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    Whites we given everything they have by the government due to laws that did not allow others the same rights.

    South Africa? I've heard oif it.

    Yep, that's where blacks got their land stolen from them by whites and are now taking it back.
     
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    Where we should be heading ... we don't need roads.

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    Considering the low education levels and number of broken homes, 6.8% unemployment is beyond remarkable.
     

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