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Shankopotomus
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re: What has the GZ/TM situation taught you?


Honestly, related to TD.com I have actually learned that there are many more racist posters/ideals than I would have initially thought

Also, it clearly shows the power the media has to incite the masses on both sides. It is actually pretty astounding






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What has the GZ/TM situation taught you?



That HLN is probably the worst television network for high profile cases. There is a woman on there that is so fine though.






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getting into a fistfight with a stranger is fricking dangerous


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manwich
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more accurately, the community that I am privey to via media)


if i didn't know a lot of black people personally and was only exposed to black culture from TV, i would probably hate them with a passion.






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augrad00
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Seriously. Save for peanut butter, dribbling a ball, and a few music contributions, what really have blacks contributed to American prosperity? Absolutely nothing.


I can't speak for every black person but I want white people to stop telling how to feel, act, and what I should care about. Stop telling me to get over slavery when you can't get over stereotypes.






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I've learned that stupid people should not be allowed to have an opinion.





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Topwater Trout
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What has the GZ/TM situation taught you?


That no matter what happens black people will support their own. They won't acknowledge facts or logic...whatever the black guy has done he is innocent. Basically proving that they are the true racists.






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elprez00
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The current "leaders" of the black community are no different that the black "leaders" that sold many of their ancestors into slavery to western merchants in 17-19th century Africa.





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manwich
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that's not racism, it's favoritism





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CptBengal
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re: What has the GZ/TM situation taught you?


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top telling me to get over slavery


have you ever been a slave?






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That no matter what happens black people will support their own. They won't acknowledge facts or logic...whatever the black guy has done he is innocent. Basically proving that they are the true racists.




This is why they will be the downfall of their own people. It is pathetic and disgusting what they have allowed themselves to turn into.






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Seriously. Save for peanut butter, dribbling a ball, and a few music contributions, what really have blacks contributed to American prosperity? Absolutely nothing. I stand by this statement: Blacks are, and have always been, worse off now, than before the Civil Rights movement.



This is a pretty ignorant statement. You act like the Civil Rights Movement just magically made the African American community equal and ready to compete with white people. And this simply isn't true. It's a process.

ETA: And it is very offensive that you assume that black people have not contributed anything to our society.



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chadau79
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Blacks are, and have always been, worse off now, than before the Civil Rights movement.
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We have more single, unwed mothers ever.


Not so sure that they are worse off now. Blacks have more opportunity to succeed than they ever have. Also, they don't own downfall of the American family. A decrease in morals and the traditional family unit crosses all races and has been a detriment to our country.






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Tiguar
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...based on race





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manwich
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you can't get over stereotypes.



are white people the only ones telling you how to feel, act and what you should care about?

or do you only object when it's a white person telling you that?






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Taxing Authority
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What has the GZ/TM situation taught you?
There a too many people that want to fan the flames of racism and prejudice -rather than look past it- to examine the content and context of ones actions.

It is the epitome of intellectual laziness.



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manwich
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...based on race
exactly

racism implies that one race is superior and others are inherently inferior.

you can prefer one race without calling the others inferior






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augrad00
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Yes. We are all slaves to the government. It's depressing so stop telling me to get over it. Stop worrying about what I do, feel, whatever and just worry about the mass murders being raised in your cultures.





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I don't know what exactly it is they want though. I don't know if they want to talk about it, get some type of compensation for past ills, get special treatment à la native Americans..I don't know.


Social Justice i.e. they want YOUR STUFF ! They have been indoctrinated by white liberal communists for over 50 years to hate the USA and capitalism. Now I should preface this w/ this; their forefathers suffered greatly under oppression and discrimination. This generation has 'suffered' by not having any capital. Now they didn't take the freedoms offered by the greatest civilization on Earth to better themselves. They were victims of progressivism who normalized the lowest common denominator. As the 'Rev.' Al put it, we aren't satisfied with a black man in the white house, we want EQUAL THINGS IN EVERY HOUSE ! This GZ trial bull shite is nothing more than a forwarding of progressivism by the puppet masters to push the progressive agenda.






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manwich
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What has the GZ/TM situation taught you?


i can't fix the world's problems. this is mainly because the website has their comments section disabled






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