racism, alive and well

Discussion in 'Politics' started by slurper_la, Nov 21, 2012.

  1. Fuzzy_

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    Thanks for pointing that out. A crime where the perpetrator is white and the victim is black is not a hate crime by itself. It needs to be because they were black (an identifiable minority) to be a hate crime.

    Fuzzy wonders if the kind of person who defends racism is the same kind of person who hates President Obama for no obvious reason. Actually, it was "extreme dislike," not "hate," if Fuzzy recalls correctly -- but the hatred wasn't entirely dismissed.
     
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    How long do you think it will be before someone comes running to HM's defense, and who do you think it will be? Three guesses:rolleyes:

    This thread reminds of a previous one in which someone like HM tried arguing that hate crimes shouldn't be designated as such. I wonder if HM would consider a random mugging and assault by a black guy on a white guy the same as a klansman going out and targeting a black guy and bashing his skull in? Both are assaults but only one is motivated by an identifiable characteristic. What's so hard to understand?
     
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    Fuzzy would be shocked that somebody might defend racist acts. Yet this person has done it repeatedly and is clever enough to get away with it.

    Is it about understanding? It seems to Fuzzy that they don't want to understand so much as advertise their agenda on this free, popular bulletin board.

    Fuzzy remembers the thread with poor VinylBoy and the "boy" comments. In that case, the racism was explicit. This new wave of bigots are much more implicit and intentionally vague. Remember, they don't "hate" they "extremely dislike." :rolleyes:

    Fuzzy put HM on ignore, mostly due to his superfluous Obama bashing. It didn't help much because he's quoted so often.... so now Fuzzy has to still sift through his crap. :mad:
     
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    Methinks this 'new wave' is actually the old wave in a new guise with a new dog whistle at a higher frequency. This 'new wave' is aware what it takes to get banned which is rather eye-brow raising given it's newness to the site and suggests it may have happened before. It parses it's words very cleverly as it dances and does the tango around the T.O.S.
     
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    I'm just going to post these quotes again.
     
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    Did I see a link to a National Review article? That's rather hilarious.


    From its founding NR held up the flag of racial segregation and white supremacy, championing racist regimes in the American South (8/24/57) and South Africa (4/23/60; 6/30/64).

    A Racist at National Review? Do Tell
     
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    Please continue with what you are doing. When you are finally banned it will be clear to everyone just why it happened.

    Still waiting on an answer from you as to why you choose to ignore the fact that the media unfairly reports missing persons cases among minority groups and yet cry that they don't plaster the front pages with stories of black on white crimes?
    A Woman's False Accusation Pains Many Blacks - NYTimes.com
    Missing white woman syndrome - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Also wondering if you were aware of crimes committed by whites who falsely accused blacks? Those cases received national coverage. A white woman killed her 2 kids and blamed a black man. A black woman killed her 2 kids and claimed it was an accident. Both lied but only one chose to blame someone else. Now go on and say that Susan Smith was not more wrong than the other mother. I guess you'll never respond because you'd rather continue spewing your garbage. Michelle Malkin? Ha! She's more of a joke than Sarah Palin but less of one than you

    On This Day: White Boston Man Kills Pregnant Wife, Blames Imaginary Black Man
    A Woman's False Accusation Pains Many Blacks - NYTimes.com
     
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    When is Limbaugh moving out of the country? He promised he'd move if Obama got re-elected.



     
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    Despite being Asian, Malkin is indoctrinated into American colonialist hegemonic demagoguery. This is reflected in her manic racist discourse on crime.

    Michelle Malkin disgusts Fuzzy. She's the worst kind of racist because she increases racial tension by trying to call out racism regarding black-on-white violent crime -- even if there is no proof of racism. It really is that specific: she focuses only on violent crimes because they are the most sensational, and only those that involve white victims with black perpetrators because she wants to re-tell these acts as racially-motivated crimes against the white establishment.

    When presenting her conclusion that all black-on-white crimes are racially-motivated, Malkin first parses her sources with the following objectives:

    1) Focus only on violent crimes because they are higher profile.
    2) Focus only on those violent crimes that are black-on-white.

    Malkin has seeminly formalized the following conclusion:

    Malkin's Law: If any black person commits a violent crime against a white person, it's because of racial hatred; if any white person commits a violent crime against a black person, it's justifiable defense.

    Her inference seems to be the news media and her own values, and her premises are her daily rhetoric regarding crime (both common among rationalists). So far, nothing in Malkins discourse has broken her law, so she gets props for consistency. :rolleyes:

    Sadly, a certain member of this site is also attempting to portray ALL black-on-white crimes as being racially-motivated attacks. Here is the quote:

    As any intelligent person can see, there is no evidence that this crime is racially-motivated -- although the person who posted it wants you to believe that it is. The same poster offers a different narrative by Malkin below. Notice that these black offenders are now "black thugs," the white couple is now an "attractive white couple."

    Malkin's spin is interesting but, despite her efforts, she fails to demonstrate any racial motive; it is simply a black-on-white crime. As for the "usefulness of crime," Malkin (an English major) seems to know nothing about sociological functionalism (normalcy, necessity [and perhaps latency] of crime). As a political pundit, she should see that productive discourse on deviant behavior can lead to crime reduction, including black-on-white crime, which is what she's so obsessed about.

    When it comes to violent crime, Malkin only focuses on black-on-white victimization. When it comes to racial oppression, her racist attitudes are more broad. Her justification of the Japanese-American internment camps in WWII is a good example. These law-abiding, tax-paying, real citizens were taken from their homes and forced into camps simply due to their race. Malkin argued that the security of the nation superseded the rights of this small minority. Fuzzy argues that there isn't much of a nation to defend if ANY citizen can have their legally-entitled rights stripped for such arbitrary reasons. Restitution was paid and a public apology was given to the interned by the US government, but it was too little, too late. Despite the government's recognition of this atrocity, Malkin still continues to incite and divide... and profit form her bigotry.

    Michelle, on the .00001% chance that you're reading this, please educate yourself about the usefulness of crime. Please quite making a bad situation worse by further dividing a nation and salting the wound. Stop profiting off of the pain of others. Please question why you're so vocal about protecting the rights of the white establishment.
     
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    They're just haters baby.... PLUS you're hot, and in the end they ALWAYS get what they deserve
     
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    It interesting that you only quoted one side of what was discussed in the the Wiki article. The article also featured a statement by the Knoxville Police Chief, the individual who's duty it was to actually investigate the crime:
    But you want only to quote some pundit with an agenda and divert the discussion with unproven statements about media bias; rather than saying anything meaningful about the problem of racism.

    I mean, what's the point? Some whites are racist. Some blacks are too. And??

    Pointing out that some blacks are racist as well is completely irrelevant to the problem.

    I think it's a pity about that family in Orange County. It's an old and recurring story and I doubt that as a species we'll ever overcome the urge to fear and hate those who are different from us.
     
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    Wow, in America, in this century? Speechless.
     
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    You're kidding right? All those who complain will never leave because they know the rest of the world is well to the 'left' of America save for Iran, Pakistan or Saudi Arabia.

    And Fuzzy good analysis of Michelle Malkin. She's a disgusting self-serving opportunist perfect writer for the National Review.
     
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    This was one of my favourite songs from my way back younger years....even the terminology of this song is not politicaly correct, as far as these days go....but the message is what it was all about. We might need to stir for a thousand years or more :)

    http://youtu.be/cW2kSkurQFs
     
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    Pretty good, but you moving there would not be a good idea.

    This wiki might disappoint somebody who wants to believe that 'black' communities are poor and violent:

    Incidentally, Compton is only 33% black.
     
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    Reporting and ignoring (or showing them facts and using logic) sure doesn't work, thats for sure!
     
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    That is sad.
    What is more depressing is that as long as the human condition fears people who 'are not like us' it will continue.
     
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