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Anonymous - Why do some outlets allow the worst imaginable epithets, yet do not allow the "n-word" when spoken without hostile intent in the form of a quote or with irony?
Muhammad Rasheed - The “n-word” has been deeply politicized from the dual bipartisan positions.
On the liberal side, seemingly to make up for their pretend impotence in securing full natural rights to the Black American ethnic group they’re supposed to champion, the Democratic Party throws a lot of weight behind toothless symbolic gestures like vilifying the ‘n-word’ as if it IS the very definition of anti-Black systemic racism in full.
While on the conservative side, the Republican Party gleefully seeks to take advantage of the liberal schemes by piggy-backing on the ideal that if the ‘n-word’ IS ‘racism, then surely can can use white-targeted racial slurs to pretend their nonsensical “reverse racism” partisan rhetoric is real. This will enable cunning conservatives to secure anti-racism benefits designed for exploited Black people similar to how they usurped the First Nations’ Black Freemen Reparations with their old “$5 Indian” Dawes Rolls grift scheme.
MEDIUM: Scanned pen & ink cartoon drawing w/Adobe Photoshop color.
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