Wednesday, August 15, 2018
Picking at the Lock
Matthew Em Jones - Is it possible for a white person to dislike a black person without it being racist?
Muhammad Rasheed - Yes, it’s technically possible. In light of Abi Wilkinson’s findings from her alt-right profile publishing in The Guardian, however, I don’t think it’s likely.
Based on the modern, middle-class white racist’s desire to be able to effectively hide his racism, it’s much more likely that the vast majority of these types of questions are actually from hardcore racists probing to figure out how to be better secret squirrels.
Debra VanAusdale - If you dislike, distrust and/or disparage an entire group of people (Black folks, homosexuals, women, disabled people) you are a ___________. Fill in the blank with the appropriate label.
If you dislike, distrust and/or disparage one person, you are probably not a bigot, or a racist, or a homophobe, or a sexist. There. I've given you a list of appropriate words to fill in the blank.
Muhammad Rasheed - For the many who only ask such questions because they are probing for information to help them more effectively hide their surface-level racism with a convincing poker face--the way the alt-right long to do--your list is not appropriate at all.
CountryBalls - considering i disagree with 90% of these, this one I think is probably the most accurate one. still like the art work tho.
See Also: BATTLE MODE: Duel with the 'Alt-Right'
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