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 4 years ago '04        #481
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 purelogic said:
Question is racist.

All white people, just like black people don't represent the entire race, don't share the same brain, etc.

but since they do according to you op:


Tell me why a group of black people like to walk down the street when there is a perfectly available sidewalk, ok cool you're walking in the street but why against traffic? Why Do i have to drive to opposing traffic to avoid running over 10 black people?

Why when I go to white neighborhoods if people are in the street, they all get off the street for a approaching car?

You walk against traffic so you can see what is coming at you. If it's a group of ten of us , apparently the sidewalk isn't big enough so we mob in the street.

In all the neighborhoods I've been in, here in the city, every time I approach a group in my whip they move out the way, but they will grim the shyt out of me, which always baffles me, cause you don't know what type of person I am, because cats do k!ll over looks.
 4 years ago '04        #482
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 420Sosa said:
You do know the skin is an organ, right? We have eumelain, at it's core eumelanin has Selenium, white people have sulfur at the core of their melanin, which is the reason why sunburn only occurs in white people (our sunburn is just us getting darker, with no pain might I add). Also we develop differently and respond differently to different ailments and illnesses and our stomachs and intestines shows that we also have differences as well. Another instance is our blood type, no black person has rh+ blood, none of us do...

The second part is true and what is so wrong about acknowledging our shortfalls in history? White people have had a clean grip on us for much of recent, recent history that is still going on but now it's starting to wane. White people in today's America don't like to integrate other cultures into their American Society, they merely Americanize it, through means that are mostly subtle but they still do what they do.

Any person, especially an objective person can see all of what I said holds validity and I have evidence to back this up, just don't feel like posting links and sh*t, bouta start my day...

Just be more objective in all these observations I made and don't get emotionally subjective, you'll see what I'm talking about

The skin is the largest organ of the body..
 07-15-2013, 01:01 AM         #483
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Seeing so many people celebrating the death of an unarmed black kid. (Not just Trayvon Martin google the name of any unarmed murdered black person and people will be celebrating, or justifying it) What effect does it have on you? Are you awake?
 4 years ago '05        #484
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waken
 07-15-2013, 02:41 AM         #485
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half way sleep i hit the snooze for 5 more years
 07-15-2013, 07:42 AM         #486
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 kriskross00 said:
waken
Waken: to rise from sleep, awaken.
 4 years ago '05        #487
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We are the victims here. What more do we have to do to "waken"? Already we have to completely abandon the black culture and speak with a "white tone" when going on job interviews. We're in constant fear of the police. What more? Why do we as victims have to constantly adjust ourselves for society? What about the aggressors? Maybe the aggressors should stop being so judgmental, should practice restraint, stop being in fear of us, etc. The only thing I can do is be careful and to be aware of my surrounding.
 07-15-2013, 08:23 AM         #488
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 4REAL said:
We are the victims here. What more do we have to do to "waken"? Already we have to completely abandon the black culture and speak with a "white tone" when going on job interviews. We're in constant fear of the police. What more? Why do we as victims have to constantly adjust ourselves for society? What about the aggressors? Maybe the aggressors should stop being so judgmental, should practice restraint, stop being in fear of us, etc. The only thing I can do is be careful and to be aware of my surrounding.
The responsibility is on black people the majority of America doesn't care and is laughing about a child's death. The aggressors should do a lot of things but this is a racist society where they're never going to be held to any standard.
 4 years ago '05        #489
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Black people need to evolve and get the fu*k out of here .............. this aint a realm based on the TRUTH. I advise other races to also.
 4 years ago '05        #490
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 Patrick Galooly said:
The responsibility is on black people the majority of America doesn't care and is laughing about a child's death. The aggressors should do a lot of things but this is a racist society where they're never going to be held to any standard.
Why is the responsibility on us alone? It takes 2 to tango. In order for Black people to begin eating at the same restaurants as whites and to begin using the same restrooms as whites, the whites in power had to become more rationale and allow those things to happen. Again, the responsibility is not all on blacks. I think enough of us already take enough precautions to go about in this world. What more do we have to do?

I mean what do you propose? Snoop dogg said it best in a hook of a song called "n*gga 4 life":

"You's a n*gga when you born, a n*gga when you dyin n*gga quit lyin you's a n*gga for life You's a n*gga when you ridin, a n*gga when you sidin n*gga quit tryin you's a n*gga for life You can paint your face and change your nose and buy new clothes But you know what... You cant change who the fu*k you are You's a motherfu*king n*gga for life"
 4 years ago '05        #491
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I've been awake since i got called a ****** during a 7th grade class and no action was taken...
 07-15-2013, 10:48 AM         #492
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When majority of black people contribute to society and stop riding the coat tails of the 1% of black people that actually have done something hollar at me...


I like that boondocks episode, when martin luther king jr came back. that speech was epic.
 4 years ago '07        #493
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 purelogic said:
When majority of black people contribute to society and stop riding the coat tails of the 1% of black people that actually have done something hollar at me...


I like that boondocks episode, when martin luther king jr came back. that speech was epic.
purelogic
1 have yet to see u post 1 thing that makes sense lol
 07-15-2013, 12:14 PM         #494
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 purelogic said:
When majority of black people contribute to society and stop riding the coat tails of the 1% of black people that actually have done something hollar at me...


I like that boondocks episode, when martin luther king jr came back. that speech was epic.
 r.burgundy said:
purelogic
1 have yet to see u post 1 thing that makes sense lol
He's saying stop blindly following false idols... and that speech was epic
 07-15-2013, 12:21 PM         #495
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 BlackRepub85 said:
To be blunt black people need to be taught how to protest intelligently and effectively.

Meaning stop getting on camera with skittles and ice tea. You look like a joke. I know I feel that way and most white americans think you do as well. It would be one thing if kids did it bit these are grown add men and women doing it.

Also protest with your money your purchases. Walking down a free way stopping traffic and blocking people from going where they are going makes people think you are annoying and stupid.

Show them with your money that youre serious. Example if say mcdonalds is getting boycotted for a week, people there everyday but there sales are up 10% and peoe in the protest are stoll buying stuff, theyre not gonna take you seriously.

You know why republican and even independent candidates do go for the black vote, because they already know we ad a whole are already in the democrats back pocket so why waste the money compaining?

We have political and financial power we just dont exercise it. We give it away freely without having any group yo have ti f!ght for it. To earn it.
So there's a test. It's proven that the top percentile, as a majority are gross, greedy, and incompetent. Your advice is to do what they would do on this test...since they are the top percentile...But what about the other effects that come into play, as a reaction to the way you answered the test?
 4 years ago '07        #496
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Here’s a graphic circulating around Facebook AGAIN. I’m sick of it, and I think it is stupid:


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Short answer: No, and fu*k the people who made this graphic. Long answer: Let’s learn from what happened in Florida. Gov. Voldemort Rick Scott (who, not coincidentally, has a financial interest in a drug testing facility; he just transferred legal ownership of it to his WIFE) decided to drug test welfare recipients. This cost taxpayers millions of dollars and lined his wallet, and they found that only 2% of all welfare recipients tested actually tested positive for drugs. Of that 2%, ALL of them had family members who were eligible for welfare, so NO welfare money was saved by attempting to deny it to people on drugs. (I’ll also note that I heard nothing about getting people who tested positive into a rehab, or any concern for innocent minor children who rely on welfare to, you know, not starve.) Now considering that data exists that has found that 5% of Americans use illegal drugs (that’s the LOWEST percentage I have found; other data puts it at 22 million people, or 9% of the population), that means that, according to the findings in Florida where only 2% of the tested population tested positive, people on welfare are LESS LIKELY to use illegal drugs. In fact, people on welfare are anywhere from 3% to 7% LESS LIKELY to be using illegal drugs than the general population as a whole. Also, let’s not pretend that there are not “false positives” when drug testing, because there are. Your legal doctor-prescribed medications can show up as opiates or other “illegal” drugs. You can eat a poppyseed bagel and have a false positive. If there is a possibility that a test could be wrong and deny a family some needed a.ssistance so they can eat, there is something gravely wrong with the idea. Also, just as an aside, if you think that people on food a.ssistance are rolling in free Government Cheese Bucks, consider that the average allotment comes out to about a dollar and change per meal. What can you buy to eat for less than two bucks a meal? Think on that. Now imagine doing that forever. Until you are denied benefits, of course. Furthermore, you can’t buy non-food items, which is fair, because it is food a.ssistance, not Food and Toiletries a.ssistance…but that means that someone who can’t afford to eat without enduring the shame and hassle and difficulty involved to request food a.ssistance (meager as it is) probably can’t afford other things like: pet food, diapers, toilet paper, shampoo, toothpaste, soap, tampons or sanitary pads, shaving razors, aspirin, vitamins, and so on. In some places, you can’t use food stamps to buy hot food (like a roast chicken from a grocery store’s deli section), prepared food (like pre-made sandwiches, which are, oddly, sometimes cheaper than buying all the bread, condiments and fillings separately), frozen food, and so on. Guess what? People who have never been on food stamps get very angry if folks buy, say, a birthday cake (allowed) or soda pop or chips (allowed, but people have the nerve to bi*ch about it, because you’re not allowed to eat junk food ever if you’re on food stamps). No, you deserve your suffering because you’re asking for help that your tax dollars help pay for. Now that you have fallen on hard times, you better make sure your cart contents meet with everyone’s approval because they all think it is 100% their tax dollars paying for that pint of store-brand ice cream that you should be ashamed of yourself for purchasing with food stamps. But I digress. So. Why would we ask taxpayers to take on this additional burden of paying for drug testing (which lines the pockets of drug testing companies but otherwise does not contribute to the general welfare of society in any way) when people on welfare are less likely to be using drugs, when all those who did test positive were able to get family members to apply for benefits in their stead (so no reduction in amount of welfare paid, at all), and when this actually is arguably, in many cases, actually unconstitutional?


The U.S. Constitution does not prohibit drug testing of employees. However, in the U.S. Supreme Court case of Treasury Employees v. Von Raab, 489 U.S. 656 (1989), the high court ruled that requiring employees to produce urine samples constituted a “search” within the meaning of the Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. Therefore, all such testing must meet the “reasonableness” requirement of the Fourth Amendment (which protects citizens against “unreasonable” searches and seizures). The Court also ruled that positive test results could not be used in subsequent criminal prosecutions without the employee’s consent. The other major constitutional issue in employee drug testing involves the Fifth Amendment (made applicable to the states by the Fourteenth Amendment), which prohibits denial of life, liberty, or property without “due process of law.” Since the majority of private-sector employees in the United States (excepting mostly union employees) are considered “at-will employees,” an employer need not articulate a reason for termination of employment. However, under certain circumstances, the denial of employment or the denial of continued employment based on drug test results may invoke “due process” considerations, such as the validity of the test results, the employee’s right to respond, or any required notice to an employee. Finally, under the same constitutional provisions, persons have a fundamental right to privacy of their person and property. Drug testing, although in itself deemed legal, may be subject to constitutional challenge if testing results are indiscriminately divulged, if procedures for obtaining personal specimens do not respect the privacy rights of the person, or if testing is unnecessarily or excessively imposed.”


The U.S. Constitution does not prohibit drug testing of employees. However, in the U.S. Supreme Court case of Treasury Employees v. Von Raab, 489 U.S. 656 (1989), the high court ruled that requiring employees to produce urine samples constituted a “search” within the meaning of the Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. Therefore, all such testing must meet the “reasonableness” requirement of the Fourth Amendment (which protects citizens against “unreasonable” searches and seizures). The Court also ruled that positive test results could not be used in subsequent criminal prosecutions without the employee’s consent. The other major constitutional issue in employee drug testing involves the Fifth Amendment (made applicable to the states by the Fourteenth Amendment), which prohibits denial of life, liberty, or property without “due process of law.” Since the majority of private-sector employees in the United States (excepting mostly union employees) are considered “at-will employees,” an employer need not articulate a reason for termination of employment. However, under certain circumstances, the denial of employment or the denial of continued employment based on drug test results may invoke “due process” considerations, such as the validity of the test results, the employee’s right to respond, or any required notice to an employee. Finally, under the same constitutional provisions, persons have a fundamental right to privacy of their person and property. Drug testing, although in itself deemed legal, may be subject to constitutional challenge if testing results are indiscriminately divulged, if procedures for obtaining personal specimens do not respect the privacy rights of the person, or if testing is unnecessarily or excessively imposed.”


The Governor can’t order the state to search people’s bodily fluids for no reason — the Constitution prohibits that sort of government intrusion,” Howard Simon, director of the Florida ACLU, said in a statement. “And the Governor can’t demand that people surrender their constitutional rights for the privilege of working for the state or receiving some other government benefit.” [...] Derek Newton, a spokesman for the Florida chapter of the ACLU, suggested in February that his group would be happy to sue again: ”We have gone to court twice in the last year to challenge suspicionless drug testing,” Newton said, “and if the state continues to enact policies to require people to be subject to government search and seizure without suspicion, I would not be surprised at all if that’s something we continue to oppose.” (source)

It is “unfashionable” to point out that a lot of these drug testing schemes, in addition to being very profitable for certain corporations and individuals with a financial stake in those businesses, operate on the old and well-debunked Reagan-era myth of the “Welfare Queen” who is always presumed to be both a person of color and someone taking advantage of a broken welfare system to avoid working for a living. In truth, the average welfare recipient is a white mother in the suburbs who remains on welfare about two years and is actively searching for employment (and this is partially true because there are more white people in general). Why is it unfashionable: Because when you say something sounds problematic and racist, conservatives clutch the pearls and act offended. Well, boo hoo. Stop being racist, then. Problem solved! The idea is that lazy people of color are using “your” taxpayer dollars (it is always a.ssumed that “those people” do not also pay taxes) to avoid work while getting high on illegal drugs, but the truth is that this is bunk and it is not-so-thinly-veiled racism. I, for one, do not want my tax dollars to go towards programs that intend to punish people on welfare for using drugs (when they are less likely to be doing so, and when I have to contribute towards the cost of drug testing) when it is simpler to just help pay for welfare for the needy and not add yet another hurdle to the process that is designed to shame, scapegoat, reinforce racial stereotypes that aren’t even remotely accurate, and make it more difficult to get a.ssistance when it is needed. Also, full disclosure, here: I have never had an employer that required me to pee in a cup. (I would have passed, incidentally…unless I had the misfortune to be the victim of a false positive.) I would be very wary of working for an employer that required an unnecessary p!ss test, frankly. You’d have to justify it very clearly, such as if I were applying to be a drug addiction counselor or if I were to be working with heavy machinery or driving a bus or train or flying a plane, in which case, it is not entirely unreasonable to insist on testing to ensure sober employees. I am not sure a guy working at Taco Bell needs to pee in a cup to prove he is capable of making me a Chalupa.


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 4 years ago '07        #497
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Didn't read the article, but wouldn't be surprised if they were white and mostly college students. Had hella friends on EBT in undergrad.
 4 years ago '05        #498
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 Mr. Moses said:
Didn't read the article, but wouldn't be surprised if they were white and mostly college students. Had hella friends on EBT in undergrad.
Didn't read either. And add to the fact that whites are the majority population-wise compared to any other individual race. So I'm not that surprised if this is fact either.
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Wouter Basson also known as “Dr. death” is the former head of the apartheid government’s biological warfare program.

AFRICANGLOBE – Journalists listen to the chemical weapons expert’s testimony

A White South African scientist has told the Truth and Reconciliation Commission that the White apartheid government considered trying to develop a bacteria which would k!ll only Africans.

The former head of a military research laboratory, Daan Goosen, told the commission that the project had the backing of South Africa’s then Surgeon General, who described it as “the most important project in the country.”

Although the substance was “officially” never developed, Mr Goosen said that an unknown European scientist claimed to have developed a strain of bacteria in the early 1980s “capable of k!lling pigmented people”.

“It could have been used as a negotiation back-up,” Mr Goosen told the Commission. “A thing like this could have been used to maintain peace. It was a case of being the strongest.”

Plans to travel to Europe for a meeting were abandoned because of fears that it could be a trap, but the witness said South African scientists continued their own work on the project, and also looked into methods of making Blacks selectively infertile.

Goosen also said he and his immediate supervisor, Wouter Basson, had discussed the possibility of k!lling Nelson Madela and Oliver Tambo – then President of the ANC – through the use of carcinogens, as well as arranging the supply of snake venom “to eliminate an enemy of the state.”

In other testimony, the former head of the police forensics laboratory, General Lothar Neethling, told the Commission that he had been instructed to supply Basson with confiscated supplies of narcotic drugs such as marijuana, LSD and Mandrax.

The intention, he said, was to extract the active ingredients for insertion into crowd-control grenades.

It was alleged that officials plotted to mentally disable Nelson Mandela with poison during the final years of his imprisonment

Mr Goosen told the commission he now realised that he was wrong to work on the projects, but said he had not been thinking rationally at the time.

“It was a time of conflict” he said. “Communism was coming. It was total onslaught.”


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