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White Student Brutally Beat down Black Teacher and left him On Life Support Gets Released

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7 minutes ago, kandace said:

So what was wrong about what I said?

You have to understand Kandace.  Racists don't want us to call them on their racism. They call us racists for pointing out their racism. They want us to just move on while they continue their racism.

Interesting ain't it?  

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Interesting, the only racism on this thread seems directed towards white people.  

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2 minutes ago, EgyptKang said:

You have to understand Kandace.  Racists don't want us to call them on their racism. They call us racists for pointing out their racism. They want us to just move on while they continue their racism.

Interesting ain't it?  

Yup.  It sure is.

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1 minute ago, alienrace said:

Interesting, the only racism on this thread seems directed towards white people.  

Caucasians are the socially dominant race and as such cannot have racism directed at them.

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Just now, kandace said:

Caucasians are the socially dominant race and as such cannot have racism directed at them.

Roflmao!  You commit exactly the type of racism you accuse white people of exactlng.  You're in fact, a blatant racist.  That you believe that whites cannot have racism directed towards them is one of the most ludicrous statements you've come up with to date.  

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21 minutes ago, kandace said:

Caucasians are the socially dominant race and as such cannot have racism directed at them.

Some people are oblivious to the concept of Counter-Racialism - the socio-political equivalent of Newton's third law of motion.

In classic terms, Marx called it Dialectical Materialism.

The French philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre termed it Totalization.

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12 hours ago, Smokey 1 said:

So you are admitting you are becoming racist again? 

Blacks have legal equality, what else do you want?

you are a funny, funny, guy....legal equality means zero.....what's on paper doesn't match the reality of today's racial climate....I am saying this as a 60 yr old white guy who grew up in a very segregated Baltimore County neighborhood.....until the giant orange dotard got elected racism was very subtle, not any longer....

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16 minutes ago, can you hear me now! said:

....legal equality means zero.....what's on paper doesn't match the reality of today's racial climate....

He knows de jure but is clueless about de facto.

I didn't even bother wasting time replying to him...

https://imgur.com/a/uafgZVw

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17 minutes ago, EL-FLIPPO said:

Some people are oblivious to the concept of Counter-Racialism - the socio-political equivalent of Newton's third law of motion.

In classic terms, Marx called it Dialectical Materialism.

The French philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre termed it Totalization.

I don't know what any of that means but the notion that black Americans cannot be racist is silly.

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18 minutes ago, Cameron said:

I don't know what any of that means but the notion that black Americans cannot be racist is silly.

Its unlikely that Black Americans will argue that they are of a superior race (in order to protect and maintain political, economic and social control [which is the crux of racism]), thus it is unlikely they are racist. However, they can be, like the rest of us. prejudice. 

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1 minute ago, hst2 said:

Its unlikely that Black Americans will argue that they are of a superior race (in order to protect and maintain political, economic and social control [which is the crux of racism]), thus it is unlikely they are racist. However, they can be, like the rest of us. prejudice. 

Seriously?

Are you telling me that black people can't be racist because they know they're inferior?

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13 hours ago, Smokey 1 said:

So you are admitting you are becoming racist again? 

Blacks have legal equality, what else do you want?

I like that. Its so paternal. Its like "the white man" has finally granted them their legal equality, and so any demand beyond that is yet another imposition on the Great White Father. Its like they're fraying your last nerve: "Don't push me too far or I'll put that monster, Donald Trump in the White House."

Oh, they've done it now.

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4 minutes ago, Cameron said:

Seriously?

Are you telling me that black people can't be racist because they know they're inferior?

I suggest it is because they know they are equal.

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1 hour ago, alienrace said:

Roflmao!  You commit exactly the type of racism you accuse white people of exactlng.  You're in fact, a blatant racist.  That you believe that whites cannot have racism directed towards them is one of the most ludicrous statements you've come up with to date.  

Well, we don't take it well.

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Former Principal Calls Mpls. School Where Teacher Was Attacked A ‘Prison’

Back in December of 2015, the principal of Harrison Education Center was assaulted by a student and suffered a concussion.

“The environment is not an environment conducive to learning,” she said. “It is called an education center, but what it is is a prison.”

Months after that, she filed a complaint with the Civil Rights Office of the U.S. Department of Justice, asking them to investigate the Minneapolis school district’s special education policies and the conditions at Harrison.

“Someone is going to die in that building if the district does not stop collecting money and start serving children,” she said.

http://minnesota.cbslocal.com/2018/05/23/victim-student-idd-in-mpls-school-assault-victim-in-critical-condition/

 

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5 minutes ago, hst2 said:

I suggest it is because they know they are equal.

Every single one?

There are no black people who think they are superior to white people?

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15 minutes ago, Cameron said:

Seriously?

Are you telling me that black people can't be racist because they know they're inferior?

Racism is a more extreme form of prejudice, or what I refer to as bigotry.

I try my best to avoid labeling posters as racists, and I sometimes categorize their wayward comments as bigoted.

Notice the only posters being called racists on this thread are "Black" posters.

How telling...these defensive, socially-conditioned knee-jerk reactions...

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14 minutes ago, EL-FLIPPO said:

 

 

14 minutes ago, EL-FLIPPO said:

Racism is a more extreme form of prejudice, or what I refer to as bigotry.

I try my best to avoid labeling posters as racists, and I sometimes categorize their wayward comments as bigoted.

Notice the only posters being called racists on this thread are "Black" posters.

How telling...these defensive knee-jerk reactions...

I agree, but some posters only post about one issue - -  race.

We don't even know if race was a factor in this incident.

Every time a black guy and white guy have a fight, it's not necessarily about race.

The former principal, who was herself attacked, described this school as a prison.

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Posted (edited)

48 minutes ago, Cameron said:

 

I agree, but some posters only post about one issue - -  race.

We don't even know if race was a factor in this incident.

Every time a black guy and white guy have a fight, it's not necessarily about race.

The former principal, who was herself attacked, described this school as a prison.

Everything you just stated is reasonable.

My big issue is the action taken by the court. If a Black boy had beaten a teacher badly enough to be put on life-support, the odds are he would have been charged as an adult and would have been denied bail.

That is my opinion, and the ever-growing number of instances in which I see unequal treatment under the law is making my old counter-racial mentality resurface.

Racism, bigotry, and prejudice isn't dying through attrition like I originally thought. It has been incubating in the closet - just waiting for the right moment to hatch. Subtlety is no longer required.

I still have White friends - real Friends. But I also know the difference between Friends, Acquaintances, and Foes.

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1 hour ago, can you hear me now! said:

you are a funny, funny, guy....legal equality means zero.....what's on paper doesn't match the reality of today's racial climate....I am saying this as a 60 yr old white guy who grew up in a very segregated Baltimore County neighborhood.....until the giant orange dotard got elected racism was very subtle, not any longer....

What can the government do to alleviate that kind of racism?

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Posted (edited)

3 hours ago, hst2 said:

Its unlikely that Black Americans will argue that they are of a superior race (in order to protect and maintain political, economic and social control [which is the crux of racism]), thus it is unlikely they are racist. However, they can be, like the rest of us. prejudice. 

No blacks hate other people based on race?  No blacks think blacks are superior to other races? :o  Amazing! :lol:

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30 minutes ago, EL-FLIPPO said:

Everything you just stated is reasonable.

My big issue is the action taken by the court. If a Black boy had beaten a teacher badly enough to be put on life-support, the odds are he would have been charged as an adult and would have been denied bail.

That is my opinion, and the ever-growing number of instances in which I see unequal treatment under the law is making my old counter-racial mentality resurface.

Racism, bigotry, and prejudice isn't dying through attrition like I originally thought. It has been incubating in the closet - just waiting for the right moment to hatch. Subtlety is no longer required.

I still have White friends - real Friends. But I also know the difference between Friends, Acquaintances, and Foes.

Do you have a link for the claim that this young man is not being charged as an adult?

I think he is.

The only reason for bail is to insure that the defendant will appear for trial.

We don't know his home circumstances, but apparently his family was able to assure the court that he'd appear.

I agree that there's a lot that's wrong with our criminal justice system and race.

I just don't think this case is a good example, from what I know now.

 

 

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4 hours ago, can you hear me now! said:

you are a funny, funny, guy....legal equality means zero.....what's on paper doesn't match the reality of today's racial climate....I am saying this as a 60 yr old white guy who grew up in a very segregated Baltimore County neighborhood.....until the giant orange dotard got elected racism was very subtle, not any longer....

It’s interesting how they can’t differentiate reality from what’s on written paper. There can be rules on paper yet those rules can be circumvented.

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The student is 18, an adult.

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