So, black privilege isn't real?

Posted by: Haroush

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Haroush says2015-08-15T16:22:23.1083332Z
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DXX2ipzweCY
Haroush says2015-08-15T16:35:53.9069081Z
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2YA4irxFEzE
Vox_Veritas says2015-08-15T16:46:41.5789773Z
There certainly are a few areas where they receive special privileges. That having been said, they often live in ghettos and barely make enough money to live on.
Oreo222 says2015-08-15T17:01:29.0480561Z
I agree with Vox. Don't cherry pick Haroush.
triangle.128k says2015-08-15T17:02:43.8080025Z
Haroush, is it possible for you to be any stupider than this?
triangle.128k says2015-08-15T17:03:50.4204295Z
What's next, are you going to complain about "white genocide?"
gabep says2015-08-15T17:25:21.7483317Z
@triangle - shhh, don't give him ideas...
Haroush says2015-08-15T17:34:01.7476102Z
How am I cherry picking when this is the view of the majority. White people everywhere feel sorry for black people as a whole in this country and allow them to get away with things I myself would never get away with. It isn't confined to a few areas. They have their own colleges, and they have their own privileges when it comes to law. If a black commits a crime such as burglary, it's because of inequality and oppression, not because he is a filthy criminal. Would you hear that if it was a white or an Asian? No, you wouldn't. Furthermore, if a white person doesn't listen or LIKE Hip Hop and just happen to like Country or Classical a lot more than anything else they're a racist. If I am Christian and I believe in 2nd amendment rights, guns, morals, the bible and certain types of dress.. I am a white racist republican who doesn't like black people. I am appalled by your ignorance. Do you guys really not see that this is all an agenda? White Americans are the only ones to hand themselves over on a silver platter. "Just take over my country, guys!" "Erase my history and let's act like we didn't make this country great!" "All blacks are discriminated against and victimized." Puhleeeeze. Lol. We should be united as Americans but we are divided by extremely obvious and dangerous purposeful racism. Quit trying to insult people on the sly oreo, and Triangle.... Are you so dumb that you are brainwashed and act on emotion alone? Do you want people to live in free houses and never have to work? Socialism isn't patriotic. You can think I am a troll or whatever you prefer to think of me as... I see above and around the bullshit.
Oreo222 says2015-08-15T17:37:20.9640143Z
So, white people never oppressed black people and don't today in the form of police brutality?
Oreo222 says2015-08-15T17:38:51.0137545Z
Also, I'm not a patriot. I have lots of qualms with the U.S.
UtherPenguin says2015-08-15T17:51:46.9384686Z
What's racist is to say that all black people can be racist just because one bigot gets away with being racist, and then judging the whole black population off the acts of a few bigots.
Haroush says2015-08-15T18:20:41.2967720Z
@Oreo, Most black people put themselves into situations they shouldn't be in the first place. For example, " I am poor so I had to sell drugs." What a poor excuse to do wrong and harm their own community by getting many of their own brothers and sisters hooked on drugs like heroin. @ UtherPenguin, There is plenty of more examples of black on white racism going on around the entire country. For example, right before the Baltimore riots recently, there was a white guy in Dundalk, MD who was severely injured and almost killed. Now how much media coverage did this case get? Barely anything except for a few news appearances of this case on local news stations here. Yet, the Baltimore riots was covered by all news media organizations here in America. Then, just recently a cop was beaten unconscious by a suspect in which photos of the ordeal was shared through out social media and praised by the same people who are for "Black Lives Matter". http://www.cnn.com/2015/08/13/us/alabama-birmingham-police-detective-pistol-whipped/
Haroush says2015-08-15T18:23:58.1196581Z
http://baltimore.cbslocal.com/2015/05/08/dundalk-man-violently-beaten-by-group-of-teens/
tajshar2k says2015-08-15T18:27:01.4072228Z
Apparently the right to bear arms only applies to all races accept blacks. If a black guy is seen with a gun, he is immediately seen as a threat. If a white guy did the same thing, the cop would do nothing.
Haroush says2015-08-15T18:34:12.5047085Z
UtherPenguin, You are the pacifist racist here. Let's get that straight. Where is your proof I am wrong? I have more videos and more images of black on white racism. I have explained more than enough of my view on this entire issue. The more people like you ignore black racist movements and don't denounce them the more racism will grow. Https://www.Youtube.Com/watch?V=LtRXzjYp8rM
Haroush says2015-08-15T18:35:31.1027025Z
That is bullshit Taj.
Haroush says2015-08-15T18:42:22.4321539Z
The right to bear arms is for any law abiding citizen. If you break the law, then you will not be able to carry a gun. That is only fair. To say otherwise is absurd.
Oreo222 says2015-08-15T18:55:00.7376334Z
What I don't get is that you say black people are impoverished, yet they're also privileged. George Orwell would call that "doublethink;" having two contradictory ideas in your head and accepting them both as true.
Haroush says2015-08-15T18:56:27.6903074Z
The ironic part about this is many of the users on this site are ignoring this poll intentionally. Not because they care, but because they don't care one bit. They think just ignoring topics like this will make things better, but ignorance will only make things worse. To ignore something is to prolong something. Therefore, we only prolong the ongoing culture wars going on at this very moment because we don't address the situation at hand. On the same note, too many people in this country are too worried about themselves and not others. If it betters them great, if not, forget about it. If someone is lying on the side of the road dead and unconscious, "sucks for them." Though, let this happen to one of your family members or someone you care about and you might understand better. Then again, maybe not.
Oreo222 says2015-08-15T18:56:34.8248428Z
It's okay for black people to say the "n" word because there's not a lot of weight behind it. It's completely different if a white person does it since there's hundreds of years of racial oppression caused by white people behind it.
Wylted says2015-08-16T00:07:46.1460916Z
I don't care too much, because I transcend race. There are advantages of being black that differ from some of the advantages of being white. I do think it makes blacks look bad when whites can here their criticism of whites and respect their freedom of speech, when if you went to the hood as a white and did the same thing, you'd be killed. It shows whites as more civilized in that regard. I love that red pill philosophy channel by the way. Have been a subscriber forever
tajshar2k says2015-08-16T02:17:07.1178411Z
Haroush, did you really think white cops in America are simply going to mind their business if they see a black guy with a gun? Let me give some incidents. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shooting_of_John_Crawford_III http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/st-louis-county-police-release-video-of-man-wounded-by-cops_55ca6b5ee4b0923c12be845a First of all, how would cops know at first glance, whether he is a law abiding citizen? I see no reason to pull the trigger. What is the point of years worth of training, if these cops aren't capable of handling the situation without pulling the trigger. Its ridiculous, and it needs to stop.
tajshar2k says2015-08-16T02:19:35.4714504Z
I'm not stupid to blame all cops in America for racial hatred towards blacks, but the truth is far too many cops are in America who are systematically racist.
Wylted says2015-08-16T04:11:02.8037606Z
That John Crawford thing was BS. WTF? I also understand leaving emotion out of an even that clearly involved the death of an innocent man in an unemotional and objective way is tough. The Crawford thing was like a perfect storm of events. The police were a little too anxious in this case and should have reassessed the situation upon arriving on the scene to figure out if the call was legitimate or not. The caller shouldn't have been exxagerating and just outright full of crap. The police shouldn't have lied and said they issued two warnings to drop the gun, when they issued no warning. However in their defense. This was in the stream of a bunch of mass killings on the news, the 9/11 operated reported that a lone gunman was in the store and pointing his gun at children. Other people were in the store as well, so there was a legitimate fear this guy could kill some innocent people. I also don't like the fact that the grand jury didn't let this thing go to trial. They should've let this thing go to trial, so all the tough questions the public has can be answered in a courtroom. The officers wouldn't have been convicted, but it would be nice to have a more thorough public record of the event and the ability to discuss how to prevent similar situations in the future. This tragic event wasn't race related though, obviously. It's actually kind of racist to assume that everytime a black man is shot by the police whether rightly or not, that it's race related.
Haroush says2015-08-16T12:05:52.8414637Z
Lol, What do you think about the Freddie Gray case? @ Wylted
tajshar2k says2015-08-16T13:38:12.5380569Z
"It's actually kind of racist to assume that everytime a black man is shot by the police whether rightly or not, that it's race related." I'm not saying it happens all the time, I'm saying it happens a lot more often that it would with other races.
TBR says2015-08-16T15:47:53.5467478Z
From everything I have seen, you have no idea what people mean by "white privilege " and have even less interest in trying to understand the term.

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