White Student Union

thedarkchocolatedandy:

forthegreatestgood:

I like how my high school had a club for Blacks, Latinos, Indians, and Asians, but no group for white students. Because that would be “racist.”

Yes, yes it would be.


Notice your tags.


#reverse racism, #master race.

(Source: nerdy-christian-conservative)

littlemisslillykat:

fuckyeahcracker:

wretchedoftheearth:

pedazitoskardashian:

“I have a crush on a black person that means I can’t be racist.”

HAHAHAAH oh my god white people
“rasicism”



& If ya go to her blog you will see nothing but white girls with dreadlocks, lol…..
No, not racist at all. Ewwww… WTF??
*yaaaasba: Your “crush” dose Not make you any less of a bigot racist fuck, if you feel you need to send POC messages like this. Just shut the fuck up, you make us all look bad! You’re an ignorant racist bitch!

littlemisslillykat:

fuckyeahcracker:

wretchedoftheearth:

pedazitoskardashian:

“I have a crush on a black person that means I can’t be racist.”

HAHAHAAH oh my god white people

“rasicism”

image

& If ya go to her blog you will see nothing but white girls with dreadlocks, lol…..

No, not racist at all. Ewwww… WTF??

*yaaaasba: Your “crush” dose Not make you any less of a bigot racist fuck, if you feel you need to send POC messages like this. Just shut the fuck up, you make us all look bad! You’re an ignorant racist bitch!

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The angry black SJWs on here want all of us whites to accept we are guilty of racism and apologize for being white…

reverseracism:

whatwhiteswillneverknow:

dumblrfeminist:

How about they apologize for being black? 

Not that I actually agree with that cause no one should apologize for their race. But some how what I just said was exceedingly racist but for some reason what they are asking isn’t. Why? 

Because white people owned slaves a long time ago. That’s usually what their arguments amount to. 

Lemme break it down. My grandparents were immigrants from Germany back in the 40’s. There is no way they possibly owned a slave, no way anyone in my family history owned a slave. 

Lots of people fall under this category alright? Even if they don’t, no one who is alive now owned a slave and no one who was a slave is around now either. 

The holocaust happened in far closer recent history and you don’t hear the Jews citing that ALL the time for why they feel oppressed and yes Jews are a hated on minority in this country but since most of them are white here, I guess you’d say that doesn’t count. 

You need to realize that no one is saying there isn’t such a thing as racism. No one is arguing there isn’t oppression. No one will tell you on this blog that these things aren’t a problem and don’t exist. 

However, they shout on and on about how you can’t be racist, that only white people can, and the mere fact that they exist makes them racists is extremely ignorant and why we feel the need for rebuttal. 

You spout on and on about how YOU ARE ALLOWED TO SPEAK YOUR MIND and we will allow you too but the moment we do you tell us to SHUT UP and we can have NO PART OF THE CONVERSATION.

Well the first step to fixing a problem is creating an open dialogue in a mature, public forum. If you don’t allow both sides to speak on the issue you will never get equality. So if you disagree that White people can have opinions on this, you ultimately don’t want equality and what you are looking for is either genocide of white people or a world where we are all subservient to you. 

I won’t let either happen, no matter what it comes down to. Stop pretending you want something you actually don’t. Stop acting like children, looking for reasons to be offended, putting words in people’s mouths, and making people feel guilty for things they can’t help. 

So as ridiculous as it would be for a white person to ask a black person to feel guilty about the color of their skin, the opposite is just as ridiculous and racist as well.  

Anyone wanna take a crack at this?

It’s Christmas Eve and we’re too tired.

Actually… we’ll take a crack at some things…

We’re not looking for genocide of White people. We’re looking for White people to be aware of their own ignorance of present day laws that help keep the current order of things the way it is.

You can have a part of the conversation as long as you know two things:

1) When to actually shut up and listen.

2) When to REALLY listen.

Listening is something that most people of your caliber fails to comprehend. We can speak about a simple point, but then you turn into one of the few things:

  • Victim-Blaming
  • Using Historical Figures Quotes without consideration of the context
  • Saying “Slavery is over, get over it” (That’s like saying “get over rape!”)
  • Use present day celebrities/personalities as examples of “oppression is not real”

Your family is from a foreign land. What the fuck you want, a cookie?

Yes, we said what the fuck you want, a cookie - simply because we have foreign land parents too!

Your skin = benefits. You will get benefits. Illegal United Kingdom people will get more benefits than legally colored US Citizens.

So, you want to be part of a solution? Try LISTENING and STOP JUMPING CONCLUSIONS because we’re tried of talking and educating.

The more and more I’m thinking about it and seeing their posts in these tags, the more I believe this is the one that jumped in on that post about the blogger who got attacked with eggs and was called a racial slur, and then made it about herself. But it’s just a guess.

In any case, I like how they say that we must create an open dialogue because as pointed out earlier today, dumblrfeminist doesn’t want an open-dialogue.

Unpopular but timely: don’t tell me to respect the opinions of those whose belief systems compromise the very humanity of people close to me.

rickybrugal:

‘cause I won’t.

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faineemae:

(Please click on each photo to read what it says, this is very important)


I was walking down Michigan Avenue with Ali and a couple of other people and this middle aged African American man was passing out this little books, which I thought were maps of the city or something. Then we walked down half a block until I realized what I was reading. He was passing out a book on each pillar of Islam, I just so happened to grab the Pilgrimage one. Basically, a man named Abdul dies in a plane crash on the way back from the Pilgrimage and when he dies, he meets Jesus. As most people know, Jesus is just as an important part of Islam as he is in Christianity, he is a very praised Prophet of ours. This man Abdul is taken up to the gates of Heaven where he meets Jesus who tells him that he’s going to Hell for practicing a false religion. That Allah is a false God and his good deeds, charity, prayers do not count because it’s from a false religion. In the comic book, Jesus says the Prophet Muhammad “rejected him therefore he is not in Heaven” and it goes on like that.

Ali’s friend got upset, we walked back down the block to the old man and handed him back one of the books. Ali’s friend then said to him, “It hurts me that you of all people, someone who has faced so much discrimination in this country as an african-american would wish this kind of prejudice and hate upon Muslims. I will pray for your ignorance because you’re doing nothing but spreading hate among our peers, this is useless and sad.” and the man simply smiled and said “yeah, sure okay.”

I couldn’t really stop thinking about this because I live in Chicago. It has such a huge diverse muslim community and it makes me wonder how many people have read these comic books and have actually believed that this is Islam. It makes me sad that people use the name of Jesus to spew this bullshit.

This is not Islam.
This is not Christianity.
This is pure bigotry.

This is a Jack Chick Tract. He’s infamous for these little things, all about how everything and anything will send you straight to hell. The guy’s still on how The Beatles’ are the harbingers of Satan.

Rand Paul courts Iowa bigots, says Obama getting “gayer”

paxamericana:

Sen. Rand Paul, in his ongoing quest to become the Liberty Overlord of America in 2016, courted a key demographic last night: gay-hating bigoted evangelicals in Iowa.

He spoke before the “Faith and Freedom Coalition” — a group that does its best to convince people that homosexuality is a grave threat to your children, in the most vulgar ways imaginable — and shared this pearl of wisdom to win over their hearts:

“Call me cynical, but I didn’t think his views on marriage could get any gayer,” he said.

That’s our Senator, by the way.

And, of course, no Rand Paul speech could be complete without him making up something in order to scare you:

“The president says if you’ve got three cars and I’ve got a moped, he’s going to come over to your house, take one of your cars and bring it to me.”

Keep your chin up, Kentucky.

Kansas House approves discriminatory "religious exemption" bill

donkeyhot:

gaywrites:

The House in Kansas yesterday voted 89-27 to pass a bill that allows people to “opt out” of the antidiscrimination laws that protect LGBT people by claiming these laws “violate their religious freedom.” It will now move to the Senate.

Essentially, a business, employer or the like could claim homosexuality was against their religion and therefore fire a gay employee or kick a gay renter out of a house based on their own beliefs. And this would be legal.

The idea for the bill, called the “Kansas Preservation of Religious Freedom Act,” came in reaction to the college town of Lawrence passing an anti-discrimination ordinance that included sexual orientation. The new state law would nullify that and any other local anti-discrimination ordinance that included sexual orientation by granting citizens the right to opt out if they felt it conflicted with their religious beliefs.

“I don’t think an ordinance should trump other people’s religious rights,” said Rep. Jan Pauls, a Democrat on the Judiciary Committee that heard testimony about the bill. During a forum earlier this year, Pauls gave an example to explain why she backs the bill, saying an employer should be allowed to fire a “cross dresser.”

Oh, this is scary. Why is it so difficult to understand that discrimination is never OK?

I just don’t get this.

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"dumbthingswhitepplsay"

failedblackwoman:

professorhatred:

http://dumbthingswhitepplsay.tumblr.com/

Most racist, bigoted piece of shit on Tumblr, or best troll ever? You be the judge.

also glad you tagged it nigger. Just peachy. 

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can we get a Latina disney princess? thanks

numol:

[WARNING for anti-Latina stuff in all the responses, & massive white supremacist garbage from guide-me-home]

guide-me-home:

turdshuffler:

imicedouttho:

hell the fuck no

You have Dora, you don’t need anything else.

No, stop. The more you focus on racial equality, the more the racial barrier will be there. If the racial barrier is still there, racism will still be relevant in society. If you cast aside the whole focus on racism and racial equality, it will dissipate and there will be no need for forced equality because people will cease to notice.

The more you distinguish races and point out that there is a “need” for equality because people are different and are being treated differently, the more people will take notice and the race issues will prevail in our society.  Ironically enough, you’re making your problem worse by trying to improve it.

what the hell, damn trolls

@guide-me-home: uh ok i know this is old and i missed this when it happened.  but i happened to find this post so i’m gonna agree with everyone else calling you a racist asshat and saying that of course ignoring racism will not make it go away and of course bringing it up does not make it worse.  and really all your opinions on racism are garbage from what else i read.  you’re a whitesplaining, status-quo-wanking, bullying, smug, useless creep and you need to get off the internet forever.

[WARNING for above text: anti-Latina stuff in all the responses, & massive white supremacist garbage from guide-me-home]

TALKING ABOUT RACISM IS WHAT CAUSES RACISM!

No wait, actually, that’s not true…. 

(Source: blueklectic)

numol:

reblogging again for more commentary.

angrybrownbaby:

[WARNINGS for white supremacy/appropriation/apologism/white-whine/tokenism]

Esoterica: What I learned from Tumblr today:

godivadarling:

I’m to keep to my culture and ignore all others. I cannot incorporate things from other cultures into my daily life because I’m white.

When I was little, I was bouncing on the neighbors trampoline when one of the little boys from down the street told me that I was racist because my ancestors had slaves. I cried. When I was in middle school, a little boy spat in my face and when the principal asked him why he did it, he said it was because I’m white. It didn’t take too much growing up to realize that these boys didn’t know what they were doing or the implications of what they did. They were taught to think and treat white people a certain way. When I tell these stories, I’m sure plenty of people involved in this ongoing discussion will say “oh this white girl’s just complaining,” but in this, you would be assuming some complex things about me. First of all, you would be assuming I’m privileged, and therefore I have no right to complain. You’d be assuming I had money and therefore political power. Granted, the history of race in this country is complex and the issues individuals face due to race certainly spills over onto our generation, but the underlying issue is class. Because of the oppression minority people have faced in the past, they are cut off from many opportunities, pushed into the lower class with few ways out. But guess what all you Tumblr people don’t know, my personal story. Don’t get me wrong, I understand that even the connotation of the color of my skin gives me an advantage in certain situations. When I get pulled over by a cop in my hometown, I don’t have to worry as much as my big black male friends. But, when my friend seeks to point that I have a lot of Mexican friends, it is to show that I understand the culture. It is what I grew up in too! I grew up in a low income, lower class (my family included) area where I was immersed in cultures from anywhere imaginable, predominately Mexico. Just because my immediate family didn’t participate in Dia de los Muertos does not mean I was excluded from it. To assume that I don’t understand the significance of Dia de los Muertos because I am white is, and take a guess, racist!

She understands Mexicans because she grew up in a low income, lower class area with her big Black male friends. And she cried. She’s not racist though, we are. LOL Someone needs to get their cousin.

[image: animated GIF (link to GIF): Queen Latifah in the movie “Set It Off”, flipping the bird and looking disgusted.]

^ yeah, this too.  so, so much wrongness here.

(Source: axololol)

numol:

sourcedumal:

feministslut:

a-beauty-but-a-funny-girl:

waltdisneyconfessions:

If you don’t think there should be a fat, ugly, or gay princess you don’t really understand what Disney is all about. It’s about inspiring all people to love themselves and reach for their dreams, not about traditional values and good looks.”

you clearly don’t understand what Disney is about.
it’s a children’s entertainment company that teaches good morals.that’s it.

Y’all gay people, fat people, ugly people don’t have good morals! We need to protect the children from them because only straight mostly white skinny princesses can teach good morals! The rest of you need to be hidden from society because you teach kids to be bad!

Right, so that racist ass depictions that Disney has had TOTALLY means that they push good morals. Peter Pan and it’s racist ass monolithic depictions of Native Americans, The RACIST AS FUCK pickaninny Sunflower the Centaur from Fantasia, The Song of the South? All in good moralistic fun, huh???? Quit PLAYIN.

^ reblogging for commentary by sourcedumal and feministslut.

numol:

sourcedumal:

feministslut:

a-beauty-but-a-funny-girl:

waltdisneyconfessions:

If you don’t think there should be a fat, ugly, or gay princess you don’t really understand what Disney is all about. It’s about inspiring all people to love themselves and reach for their dreams, not about traditional values and good looks.”

you clearly don’t understand what Disney is about.

it’s a children’s entertainment company that teaches good morals.
that’s it.

Y’all gay people, fat people, ugly people don’t have good morals! We need to protect the children from them because only straight mostly white skinny princesses can teach good morals! The rest of you need to be hidden from society because you teach kids to be bad!

Right, so that racist ass depictions that Disney has had TOTALLY means that they push good morals. Peter Pan and it’s racist ass monolithic depictions of Native Americans, The RACIST AS FUCK pickaninny Sunflower the Centaur from Fantasia, The Song of the South? All in good moralistic fun, huh???? Quit PLAYIN.

^ reblogging for commentary by sourcedumal and feministslut.

iamseafoamgreen:

The face of fear is most definitely brown | openDemocracy

TW for racism, harassment. Racist policemen doing the harassment.

juthikakijawani:

ontologicalterrorist:

Amber Ansari:

Walking around Covent Garden last Tuesday, I found myself nearly knocked over by a speeding police car with no sirens or lights down a small street. I thought it was strange: such hurry and no warning system.

As I reached Tesco in Covent Garden, I saw six heavily armed police officers surrounding some-one. I walked past and saw a small, middle aged, Indian man. He was holding a white charity bucket in one hand. Two police officers were standing behind him telling him not to move and to spread his legs; they were going to search him. Another two officers were taking all his belongings out of his small beige rucksack and reading every piece of paper and asking him about its contents. At the same time another officer was asking him who he was, what his name was and why he was behaving suspiciously.  Someone else was going through his wallet. The man spoke broken English and he did not seem to quite understand what was going on. He kept saying he was collecting money for charity and you could see from his body language and the way he was looking at them that he was stunned and very scared.

These men were tall, heavily built, all Caucasian, talking loudly, moving him around physically, going through his things and saying he had been reported for suspicious behaviour. Someone, they said, had seen him collecting money for charity outside Covent Garden station and had called the police saying they had seen a terrorist. You could feel the adrenalin rising in these men as they went through his bag and I remembered the terrible outcome with Jean Charles de Menezes six years ago. 

If a Caucasian man or woman had been standing outside Covent Garden station with a charity bucket and a rucksack would someone have rung the police reporting a ‘possible terrorist’? Do people go around calling the police every time they see a Big Issue seller? Or one of those chuggers? They look more threatening half the time than this small framed middle-aged man. But then, Jean Charles had no padded jacket on and did not jump over any tube barriers, as was first alleged. He was not even carrying the dreaded rucksack. But he was the wrong colour. The colour of a terrorist.

They spotted me watching and I felt myself get worked up. I wanted to cause a scene.  To let people know what was going on here. I said ‘Racists’ out loud. They heard me and none of the armed men could look at me in the eye. But an Asian bobby who had turned up couldn’t stop eyeballing me. I stared right back. 

After reading all his personal papers, and telling him they thought he could be a terrorist, they had to admit they had found nothing. They formed a ring around him. They could see me watching, so they blocked my view. The biggest of them was laughing and asking where he should go next? ‘To the next brown man’, I suggested. He ignored me. People walked by but no one could see what was happening because they had ringed him in. It was clear now that he was not carrying a bomb- so now they formed a tighter ring around him- to hide what? The fact that they had been searching a man based on the colour of his skin, perhaps?

After half an hour the armed police officers left. Two plain clothes were left taking his details and the Asian bobby kept eye balling me. I had nothing to hide. I eyeballed him back. Eventually they walked away and the man was left crouching in the street putting his things away. I went up to him and put my hand on his shoulder. Asked him if he was fine. I did not want to scare him. I told him I had seen what had happened. He seemed wary and said yes he was fine. I said I would have been scared, I was scared because of how many men there were. And his eyes started to fill with tears and he said yes he was scared but he was okay. He asked me my name and where I was from. He said he did not understand why he had been stopped. I told him it was because he was carrying a rucksack, he did not understand what that word meant, and because he was brown. He understood that with resignation.

Just as I was asking him if he needed anything the Asian bobby turned up again. They had been sitting in the police car watching me. He looked down at where I was crouched with the man and asked me if I was okay. I said ‘yes thank you fine’. He would not move. He looked at my brown paper bag from the teashop in Neal Street. There was a terracotta tea pot in there and some jasmine tea. I told him I did not have a bomb and would he like to arrest me for being brown too. He said nothing. I said I am having a private conversation please would you go away. He said I heard you called us ‘racists’ and I wanted to explain that we are not and I am Asian as well. Good for you, I said. You stopped this man because of the colour of his skin. He started to say no and get quite pushy. Provocative, I would call it. I was not going to be riled. I told him I was exercising my human right to have a private conversation, he was disturbing this, he had no legal right to stop me from speaking to someone and to go away. He would not go away. He said he wanted to explain to me why they had stopped this man. Perhaps he thought I was from the press. Perhaps he thought this would go further. I turned my back on the bobby and finished my conversation with the man. I wandered dazed and upset into Tesco to get away from the meddling bobby, who would not even let me extend some generosity to the man they had just harassed.

After aimlessly moving through chillier cabinets and food aisles, I went to leave and there he was, resilient, by the entrance, with his white charity bucket. He was not making any noise. Just silently standing there with his bucket collecting for charity.  We spoke some more. He seemed stunned but he thanked me for being kind to him.

This incident is a sharp reminder of what the so-called ‘war on terror’ has done to us. Take this incident and change a few variables. The man had a beard and was wearing Muslim dress. The man was younger, resented being stopped, and resisted the police.  The man had no papers to prove who he was. The man didn’t speak any English. The man had a Koran on him and anti-war literature. The man knew people who wanted to teach him a lesson for annoying his neighbours, and who reported on him. All these and you are one step closer, perhaps, to cases like those of Baber Ahmad and Shaker Aamer, who is still languishing in Guantanamo Bay detention camp.

Wrong place, wrong time, and most definitely the wrong colour.

tearing up.

Really worthwhile read.

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An experiment in asking politely for accessibility.

droppingthefbomb:

harvestxvx:

melissikins:

The argument that if (marginalized group of people) would just (!) ASK (nicely, in just the right way using exactly the perfect tone and obeying all the unwritten secret rules) for (their human rights), they would be given immediately them by the innocent benevolent rulers who just didn’t know what they needed is so common that it should be in Derailing for Dummies

Here’s what happened when one lawyer with low vision and superhuman patience decided to test that theory.

READ THE SHIT OUT OF THIS. 

This little mini-experiment is fabulous and details exactly how little awareness there is of accessibility in day-to-day life. This is the social model of disability, y’all. And I can’t stop thinking about how massively fucked up it is that society demands for people with disabilities to either 1) just be so good at not having access to things or 2) use time and energy and resources they don’t have demanding things that should be basic. This is indecent.

EVERYONE READ THIS, PLEASE.

THIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIISSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS

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hey white atheists

juthikakijawani:

COULD YOU NOT BE SO GODDAMN WESTERN CENTRIC AND PATRONIZING TOWARDS WOMEN OF COLOUR 

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