The angry black SJWs on here want all of us whites to accept we are guilty of racism and apologize for being white…
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:
- 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.
Then came the first shot – straight into the crowd, without warning. Other policemen took up the signal and more shots were fired. Twelve-year-old Hector Pieterson fell to the ground, fatally wounded. He was picked up by Mbuyisa Makhubo, a fellow student, who ran with him towards the Phefeni Clinic, with Pieterson’s crying sister Antoinette running alongside.
The World photographer Sam Nzima was there to record Pieterson’s last moments. “I saw a child fall down,” he says. “Under a shower of bullets I rushed forward and went for the picture.”
Photographer: Sam Nzima
"Gabriel Aguiniga, a gay employee at a Chick-fil-A in Colorado, also said the hardest part hasn’t been hearing Cathy’s comments. Instead, “[it’s] constantly having people come up to you and say, ‘I support your company, because your company hates the gays,’” Aguiniga, 18, wrote in an email. “It really takes a toll on me.”"
In other news, people are monsters. Excerpt from “Chick Fil A’s anti-gay controversy: Gay employees speak out“ (via invisiblelad)
I got a bajillion requests to make this rebloggable, but I knew someone would do it for me after awhile.
“Genuine equality between the sexes can only be realized in the process of the socialist transformation of society as a whole.” - Mao Zedong, Introductory note to “Women Have Gone to the Labour Front”, 1955, The Socialist Upsurge in China’s Countryside, Chinese ed., Vol. I.
“Against Equality is an online archive, publishing, and arts collective focused on critiquing mainstream gay and lesbian politics. As queer thinkers, writers and artists, we are committed to dislodging the centrality of equality rhetoric and challenging the demand for inclusion in the institution of marriage, the US military, and the prison industrial complex via hate crimes legislation.
We want to reinvigorate the queer political imagination with fantastic possibility!”
Time for me to go on this website and get reading!
Name: Patsy Matsu Takemoto Mink
Why she rocks: Patsy Mink was an American politician in Hawaii, and served in the US House of Representatives for 12 terms. She was the first woman of color and the first Asian American woman elected into Congress. She was also the first Asian American to seek the presidential nomination for the Democratic Party in the 1972 election. She also authored the Title IX Amendment of the Higher Education Act, thus having it named after her: “The Patsy T. Mink Equal Opportunity in Education Act”
Quote: “We have to build things that we want to see accomplished, in life and in our country, based on our own personal experiences… to make sure that others do not have to suffer the same discrimination.”
Because of this woman… we have equal opportunities amendments for higher education, and a multi-cultural presence in politics for women and asian americans.
Men are feminists as well. This is a great poster!
Male feminist = sex god.
Femi-Nazis are killing feminism.
There’s this thing called egalitarianism — the belief that men and women are EQUAL. Not better, or worse.
Well, I don’t agree with that. Fuck the gender binary. My feminism says that everyone is equal. Everyone.
I’ve never seen a feminist worthy of being compared to a nazi, by the way. That’s ignorant and kind of disgusting on your part especially since I know you’re not talking about anything worthy of being compared to it anyways. Feminism has become a bad word that people don’t seem to understand. There are plenty of reasons to not want to identify as such, but because of ‘feminazi’ is not a good one. Maybe because of cissexism, or lack of representation of poc or from some religions or for just talking about ‘men and women’ all the time.
I hate the term ‘femi-nazi’ by the way.
This article is beautiful and hilarious and oh my god.
Men’s rights activists—a loose coalition mostly comprised of men embittered that they’re not getting as much tail as they believe they’re due and men embittered after having their wives up and leave against their wishes—irritate feminist bloggers for many reasons, from blaming feminists for problems they clearly brought on themselves, to the Russian bride weirdness, to their dogged trolling and grudge-holding of feminists that criticize them.
But, honestly, all that pales in comparison to the most irritating thing of all about MRAs: they’re just so wrong.
When you believe that we live in a female-dominated world where straight men are the most oppressed class, it tends to make you wrong about pretty much everything. Wrong about the little things, like labeling every woman who displeases them a “feminist,” even if she does something highly traditional, like demands that men pay for every date. And wrong about big things, like writing off high rates of domestic violence and rape as matters of women lying, when all reputable sources agree that there’s simply a lot of violence against women.
They’re so wrong about everything, they’re wrong even when they’re right. Some of their observations of the world correspond with reality, but when they attempt to analyze it through the “blame feminism” lens, they get all turned around. Usually what annoys them stems not from feminism, but from sexism, especially when it comes to inflexible gender roles. Ironically, then, the solution to the problems they manage to correctly identify is … more feminism. I pulled together a sampling of examples to show how this works.
an answer to “Why can’t just we all be [this or that]?”
“We hear a great deal today, for example, about how terrible it is that blacks, women, gays and other social groups want both equality and the right to self-definition. Why, goes the plaintive cry, can’t we all just be plain Americans? And here flashes through my mind another wartime cliche: the platoon from countless old movies, with its Italian, its Southern farm boy, its German, its Jew. The answer to the question, of course, is that we are not all ‘just plain Americans’ but are completely embedded in overlapping hierarchies of gender, race, ethnicity, class. Why should it be impermissible to acknowledge this openly, and to make politics on the basis of this truth?”
Katha Pollitt, Subject to Debate
yes! I dislike the “why can’t we all just be Americans”/”Why can’t we just acknowledge that everyone can be racist and all racism is bad”/”Why can’t we just want equality for everyone and not point out the specific privileges”/ etc. for this reason!
Yeah, it’s like “Why can’t y’all just be plain ol’ Americans” like in the war movies? Fact: During WW2, the US Government set up prison camps for American citizens of Japanese descent. Fact: the US army did not consider Blacks intelligent enough to form fighting units.
I’M GONNA MAKE IT, I’M GONNA MAKE IT.