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So people are walking around calling people trash?
and nobody talked about the word white people take offence, the word black people call white people (i dont curse im not trying to say it)
The n-word: A ignorant word that shouldnt be used by anyone. The word is so ignorant and racist that if you say it, Evil zombie kittens will eat your face. Then ninjas will steal your limbs. Thank you for buying this 50 doller book, now go get a life yah lozer.
P.S. Buy my 2nd book to see if your stupid enoughto use the word =D
but theres way too many hispanic/mexicans! arg
The north didn`t ban slavery in the civil war to ruin the souths economy it didn`t follow that ban being a different country. The north banned slavery to stop Britain from assisting the south. It was a way to show Britain they would be hippocrits if they supported the south because they had banned slavery earlier.
Like chris would say:"LEAVE THE WORD ALONE" I MEAN IT !!"
There is no reason to articulate ignorance.
I`d rather be called a b!tch than a I am a racist!.
Especially if I did something b!tchy.
FYI - I posted this link and yes, I am black, LOL
Did you know in the south some white guys say Nigrah like they`re being respectful? LOL...I`ve never heard it, thank god. I`d have to open a can of whoop ass.
what about fag? is that not a derogatory word against gay people?
and the word b!tch? (i don`t know if it get censored on here)that`s a derogatory word against women, who have gone through muchmuchmuchmuch more oppression than black men.
who should be able to say the word n!gger is a stupid argument.
it`s all double standards and a lot of BS
I seem to remember the Irish getting treated quite poorly when immigrating to the U.S."
I am taking advantage of that, its just that not being able to say the n-word is also a part of that. This is the first time in the US were its a disadvantage to be a white male. It was just their turn.
The word "fag" also makes you look like a total idiot. Grow up and get back to school.
As for calling an American-born black person an African-American, that`s just absurd! I was born here but I don`t demand to be called Irish-American...
PRIMETIME, you have the same chip on your shoulder that has been passed down for the last century. Get on with the opportunities you have available to you now, like affirmative action, before the Supreme Court reverses it. Their goal was to implement it for 25 years.
I seem to remember the Irish getting treated quite poorly when immigrating to the U.S.
Oh, and by the way, why exactly is it US only? Do they somehow rate more compassion and justice than those that were oppressed in other countries? I`m just saying that thoughout history, slavery has been around and it took white people (people in positions of power to end it). Now if just about every culture was somehow engaged in slavery, then why single out some of the people to helped end it and reverse the discrimination onto them?
I guess US-centrism is an American thing. Other countries think of themselves as a part of a global picture, not the painter. Clear example: somehow NBA (NATIONAL Basketball Association) winners at the end of playoffs are "world champions." Really? Nation=world?
And they didn`t fight the civil war over slavery they fought it over taxes. The slavery thing was because the north wanted to screw the south`s economy.
White people have been slaves much longer than black people, sorry to say. It`s just not as recent, so it gets brushed over in history books. Inendured servants in the US were a form of slaves too.
I`d say just be happy that white people were nice enough to free nigg`s and give them equal rights. Yes black people helped fight in the Civil War and protested for equal rights, but who was in power to answer?
BTW, just noticed that "vinegar" has the n word in it... LMAO
It is a "spoof" on the word, not to be taken seriously. NSFW language
And TeHrussian, all the other groups went through it. I say whites deal with it for a period of 5-25 years and we can call it even.
Nobody cares. It`s just a word-the possible discrimination BEHIND it is what`s the problem. That`s what we need to fix, not our vocabulary.
I am a racist! is a term used to put down the black people. It still has the ability to be used in that fashion. Some may call me a "cracka", but i dont want around calling my white friends a "cracka". You are further separating blacks from whites. Martin Luther King did not fight for your right to create double standards, defy public school systems, humiliate your own race with ill educated stereotypes, or try to get back at "whitey".
this is something you would have learned if you listened in school.
i am not racist. I dislike anyone who disrespects themselves, as well as our country`s educational systems.
I guess we`re just all wrong to assume that this country stands for equal rights for all people.
can i say the word??or just nig?
I`m in college right now, and guess how many more scholarship options a minority student has? Aside from being eligible for fewer scholarships what do you think happens every time I have to put down "Caucasian" on an application? If they ask for it, it factors into the decision somehow. Hell, if I wasn`t a first-generation immigrant, I don`t think I`d even get considered seriously.
Still think white people haven`t been discriminated against? Ok, read up on when the Irish started immigrating to the US. [/quote] Right on buddy, right on. I refuse to check my race on applications.
The "old money" people who owned slaves enjoy their life of luxury, where their children get jobs from parents` connections, get best educations money can buy and go on living their happy lives. The jobs and education that are open for the general masses (i.e. pepole who may have come to the U.S. in the last 100 years and have not had the opportunity to buy land and exploit people as slaveowners did) are the ones trying to get a foothold in the upper middle class. Yet they`re also the ones that wind up going up against the barrier that affirmative action is. What it really does is prevent people that are better qualified (those who would get the job/get into a school based on their record) from competing on equal footing with those we "owe" something to.
Affirmative action is not a form of discrimination then? Hmm. It uses a basis of race to determine favorability of individuals.
Still think white people haven`t been discriminated against? Ok, read up on when the Irish started immigrating to the US.
i dont knowwe europeans dont use it^^
Apparently the meaning behind what is said means nothing anymore.
Anyway, taking offence at a word just gives it more power, and that is the last thing that is needed!
2- I once got screamed at for yelling out the word "I am a racist!" for no reason...they were like "YOU PUT THE ER IN IT" lol it was pretty funny.
3- I use to be wicked parinoid and when my friend offerd me some capt morgans i was like "did you put G in this?" (GHB) a drug used for date rape if you mix it with alcohol) he didnt quite understand what i was asking and was like "what? did i put a I am a racist! in your drink? shut the f*ck up and drink it" i musta laughed for like 2 days cuz of his comment.
we`re just saying that we should stop it entirely, or let everyone use it.
Lets not forget what tupac said.A I am a racist! is a man with a slavery chain, a nigga is a man with a gold chain.N.I.G.G.A.-"Never Ignorant Getting Goals Accomplished" - Tupac Shakur
Personaly..I wouldnt use it and I cringe when I see or hear anyone use it, no matter what their race or the context in which it`s used!
and double standards are ridiculous.
though its hilarious how a race can choose to denounce their very own race so willingly. but thats because anyone who uses that word is just not educated.
so i should say, fail for the US public school system, for allowing those retards to pass highschool.
Kidding of course...
Ok, what if we could the fact that we all came from africa?
Not N as en but n as is...news?
OOC but, Canada banned slavery bnefore you Americans did!
Can I say it then?
and technically, if you read To Kill a Mocking bird aloud...like my teacher used to. As long as you realize kits in the book and they aren`t stressing it...
I ain`t white nor black. I wonder if I can say vinegar without issues.