Gaia

Silver Spring, MD

#23 Sep 24, 2010
Jawga Boy wrote:
Notice on this thread, no Negro wants to admit that WHITE WOMEN benefit more from Affirmative action, than Negroes do!
That should be common knowledge, but completly ironic.

“Bing Jessie Washington Waco TX”

Since: Aug 09

Location hidden

#24 Sep 24, 2010
Dweezil wrote:
<quoted text>
Asian-Latins, Lol. You ain't foolin nobody. You live in some damn hood in the states. There ain't no such thing as race being a non issue in Latin America. They value beauty. Cuz whenever you look like a gorilla people everwhere will notice! You probably can't even speak Spanish. Why don't you tell what country it is so we can expose your lying, upper class wannabe, ghetto azz!
And I'm almost positive you've never been outside the DC area. You speak of things your absolutely ignorant of..:) You speak loud and foolishly as expected...Gorilla? Again, if I am a gorilla a large potion of the country is to....Lets do this. You stick that shythole in the DC area and I'll continue doing what I do here, Deal?..:)

I'm sure successfully living in another country is something beyond your comprehension and defiantly pockets. So do yourself a favor and zip it before you expose more about yourself..:)

“Bing Jessie Washington Waco TX”

Since: Aug 09

Location hidden

#25 Sep 24, 2010
Russia1513 wrote:
<quoted text>
Two things are wrong here.
One, if you're living in a latin american country, then you know for a fact they have a HUGE multi-level caste system in practically EVERY ONE of those countries; I know, I've spent time in those countries, and the Latin Euros don't hang with the South American ticos at all.
Two, if you're living in a latin american country and everyone's so harmonious, what's your f*cking problem anymore? Go enjoy your life and stop bitching.
One - I'm not sure what your seeing, but based of off my personal experiences LIVING here. Things are as I have describes in the previous post. Besides, Why am I justifying something as silly as my location?...

And Two - I'm here because this is a public discussion correct? That's what Topix is about. Discussing multiple issues and getting feedback from the public. I see many of you have trouble understanding that.
lbs51

Katy, TX

#28 Nov 21, 2011
Dweezil wrote:
<quoted text>
What do you want us to do? Step down and hand over everything to you?? You people suck at running things and you know it. I say leave the status quo as it is.
The problem with this kind of thinking by whites is that they seem not to know that we know them a lot better than they think that they know us! I worked on a job where I was being trained by a white guy who didn't know his but from a hole in the ground! He was a repairman with 30 years on the job .We were sent to work on a gas compressor ,it was the white technician , myself and a younger white guy about my age. The compressor has 4 suction valves,4 discharge valves and the compressor cylinder .The suction valve had a control panel which you could use to isolate the suction valves 1 at a time.Ilooked in the log book and saw that the operator had isolated the suction valves 1 at a time and the discharge temp.never cooled down.That told me that all suction valves were alright.So it is either a discharge or the rings in the compressor cylinder were gone.The white techinician with 30 years of expierience asked us where did we want to start taking the compressor appart. He was incharge and he didn't try to trouble shoot the problem.I told him that the suction valves were good and sense the discharge valve were at ground level and real heavy that we should pull the head off and see if the compressor piston rings were gone.We took the head off of the compressor ,there were no rings on the piston.The white tech with 30years of service just wanted to start taken this equipment appart, he went through no trouble shooting at all.The young white guy was more concerned with kissing the older white guys ass.I had never worked on this equipment in my life ,yet I told him what was wrong with it.All this bull crap about blacks being lazy and not being smart enough to do certain jobs is just redneck nonsense!The same people calling affirmative action some form of discrimination ,NEVER SAID A HARSH WORD TOWARD JIM CROW!They all benefited from it and they were happy as hell with the way things were.I knew an old white guy on the job ,his last name was bell ,he was so stupid that all the white guys called him DING DONG BELL ! They can't fool me into thinking that being white makes them smarter ,I've been around them long enough to know that some of them are STUPID !Some of them got good jobs because they were WHITE !YOU WILL NEVER HERE THEM COMPLAIN ABOUT ANY OF THAT!
EQUALITY

United States

#29 Nov 22, 2011
White people hate affirmative action because it forces them to share the American pie. If it was not for legislation, the cr@cker would hog the entire pie.

Cr@ckers do not want AA's to have anything because, that detracts from their feeling of entitlement.
Tyler

Cambridge, Canada

#31 Nov 22, 2011
LovinLife1974 wrote:
“I never owned slaves.”
“No one in my family ever owned slaves.”
“The past has already happened; we can’t change it.”
Usually when I hear these sorts of lines from white people, they are offered in explanation of why they oppose affirmative action, or any other race-based help/“handouts” for minorities. Their justification, in most cases, is this insistence on their own helplessness to change history, and their unwillingness to “pay” or be “held responsible” for it.
The way they tell it, they too, are victims of unjust, ignorant, and/or racist white ancestors — because they, white Americans living today, are the unfortunate ones who must deal with affirmative action,“reverse racism,” and angry, greedy people of color. Sure, black people suffered tremendously under slavery, but many white people now feel that they are the oppressed ones, paying unfairly for “the sins of the fathers.”
It is a fact that most whites did not participate directly in slavery. However, this ignores the fact that preferential treatment in jobs, housing, elections, segregation and access to social space…have had (and continue to have) a positive effect for all those deemed “white.” Although specific whites may not have participated directly in the overt discrimination that injured blacks and other minorities in the past, they have all received unearned privileges by virtue of being regarded as “white”.
An American who excuses himself because “that’s someone else’s history, not mine” MAKES THE CONVERSATION ALL ABOUT HIM AND HIS OWN DEFENSIVENESS. It is not wrong to feel frustrated or helpless in the face of racism, prejudice, and unearned white privilege — BUT IT IS WRONG TO GIVE YOURSELF A FREE PASS TO IGNORE IT, to do nothing to challenge or change it.
The determination of many white people to excuse themselves not just from any wrongdoing, but from taking any positive action to even ACKNOWLEDGE racism as it persists today, seriously handicaps ALL AMERICANS in our struggle to overcome our collective racist history.
There is one other point I want to make about this “historical” or “the past is the past” argument. Yes, the past is the past, and one cannot in fairness blame a white descendant of slaveowners for the sins of her forebears. But it is ignorant and irresponsible to assume that a grievous sin such as racism, institutionalized and promoted as it was by slavery and Jim Crow — and the genocide against America’s indigenous peoples, and the persecution of immigrants, and the Japanese-American internment, to name only a few examples — CAN REMAIN ISOLATED IN THE PAST, WITHOUT AFFECTING FUTURE GENERATIONS as well.
We are not so easily separated from what our countrymen did just a few generations ago, no matter how much we try to distance ourselves from the past and claim innocence.
We reap what others have sown before us, and that includes deep mistrust, prejudice, and racism. And we do bear the burden, as their descendants — and the only people with the power to change anything now — to try to right at least some of the wrongs. It’s time to challenge all the people of our generation who want to simply wash their hands of history. Why should we expect to be excused from addressing this injustice, and working to eradicate it, even if we are not the ones “directly responsible” for it?
that's just the issue at hand here NOBODY deserves special treatment just based on race the situation is that if I oppend a factory and hired 400 ppl 46 of those would HAVE 2 be blk , but if I WANTED 2 I could hire ALL minorities and screw whites out of a fair portion of their jobs!, THAT'S NOT FAIR , nothing wrong with makeing shure every race gets a fair portion of jobs but legislation should be written to also give a fair portion to WHITES! Understand what the issue is? and that's just a start
Tyler

Cambridge, Canada

#32 Nov 22, 2011
And please don't go around calling ppl crackers and honkeys it unnecessary! Btw the fact that those words get past the language police and ni55er doesn't is proof of double standards btw

“Purple girl in a purple world”

Level 8

Since: Apr 08

Plum, Purplonia

#33 Nov 22, 2011
I can understand having Affirmative Action for ONE generation. There is you one chance and if you blow it because you raped a girl in college, steal on the job, or get arrested dealing drugs, don't blame the Whites.

“Purple girl in a purple world”

Level 8

Since: Apr 08

Plum, Purplonia

#34 Nov 22, 2011
Jawga Boy wrote:
Notice on this thread, no Negro wants to admit that WHITE WOMEN benefit more from Affirmative action, than Negroes do!
Even Black women benefit more from it than Black men who feels the jobs are beneath them or that the jobs are effeminate or for women and [homosexuals]. Some brothas would rather be out raping, dealing, and killing to prove they are "real men" and build their street creds.

“Do me a favor”

Level 6

Since: Nov 09

And don't do me no favor

#35 Nov 22, 2011
Purple Gurl wrote:
<quoted text>
Even Black women benefit more from it than Black men who feels the jobs are beneath them or that the jobs are effeminate or for women and [homosexuals]. Some brothas would rather be out raping, dealing, and killing to prove they are "real men" and build their street creds.
Real men don't do those things, Black and white men. It doesn't matter.

“Purple girl in a purple world”

Level 8

Since: Apr 08

Plum, Purplonia

#36 Nov 22, 2011
3rdCousin wrote:
<quoted text>Real men don't do those things, Black and white men. It doesn't matter.
However, per person, Black men are more likely to do them. They don't believe those things should be against the law and see it only as White man's law. In parts of Africa, men rape women hoping to cure them from lesbianism. In other parts, they rape children in the hopes it will cure their AIDS they wouldn't have had if they were just as monogamous as their women.

But none of this explains why Black men refuse to do most of the jobs that White men do, and play by the same rules. So don't blame White men for self-hate that drives a brotha to sabotage their own success with theft and crime so they can have a reason to blame the WM who are "holding them down."

The sistas are taking chances to better themselves, and the brothas pay their efforts back by either:

1. Leaving them for stupid, ugly WW, who are damaged goods, easy to control, and door mats.

2. Accusing them of being too White

3. Mooching off of them and expecting them to pay for their sorry asses when God made man to provide for the woman and family, not the other way around (unless the man is disabled, considerably older, or sick).

4. Killing them at universities or their homes in drive-bys.
EQUALITY

United States

#37 Nov 22, 2011
Purple Gurl wrote:
<quoted text>
Even Black women benefit more from it than Black men who feels the jobs are beneath them or that the jobs are effeminate or for women and [homosexuals]. Some brothas would rather be out raping, dealing, and killing to prove they are "real men" and build their street creds.
WRONG AS WRONG CAN GET.

Under affirmative action

1. Bw meet two standards. 2 points for hiring
A. Black
B. Female

2. Ww meet one standard
A. Female

3. Bm meet one standard
A. Black

Thus the bm and ww compete for the jobs and being a white society, the ww wins out over the bm

You're so far gone it is sickening running off at the mouth and don't know jack.

“"Class, the #1 Motivator"”

Level 8

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#38 Nov 22, 2011
Purple Gurl wrote:
<quoted text>
Even Black women benefit more from it than Black men who feels the jobs are beneath them or that the jobs are effeminate or for women and [homosexuals]. Some brothas would rather be out raping, dealing, and killing to prove they are "real men" and build their street creds.
I don't know what kind of people you are around.....or where you live. I would have to think that has a lot to do with this answer. I disagree...they'd rather try to find their own way....could be...but not the way you describe with the raping and killing. Sounds like you are surrounded by savages.
EQUALITY

United States

#39 Nov 22, 2011
Anybody exchanging with PURPLE GIRL is wasting their time.

Cr@acker will distort schitt and entertaining a cr@cker is like entertaining purple schitt.
I love R

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#40 Nov 22, 2011
Re: "Why crackers hate affirmative action..:)"

Ironically enough, given the rapid decline in white population, Caucasians are becoming the minority, so presumably the whites will be the ones to "benefit" from Affirmative Action.
I love R

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#41 Nov 22, 2011
LovinLife1974 wrote:
“I never owned slaves.”
“No one in my family ever owned slaves.”
“The past has already happened; we can’t change it.”
Usually when I hear these sorts of lines from white people, they are offered in explanation of why they oppose affirmative action, or any other race-based help/“handouts” for minorities. Their justification, in most cases, is this insistence on their own helplessness to change history, and their unwillingness to “pay” or be “held responsible” for it.
The way they tell it, they too, are victims of unjust, ignorant, and/or racist white ancestors — because they, white Americans living today, are the unfortunate ones who must deal with affirmative action,“reverse racism,” and angry, greedy people of color. Sure, black people suffered tremendously under slavery, but many white people now feel that they are the oppressed ones, paying unfairly for “the sins of the fathers.”
It is a fact that most whites did not participate directly in slavery. However, this ignores the fact that preferential treatment in jobs, housing, elections, segregation and access to social space…have had (and continue to have) a positive effect for all those deemed “white.” Although specific whites may not have participated directly in the overt discrimination that injured blacks and other minorities in the past, they have all received unearned privileges by virtue of being regarded as “white”.
An American who excuses himself because “that’s someone else’s history, not mine” MAKES THE CONVERSATION ALL ABOUT HIM AND HIS OWN DEFENSIVENESS. It is not wrong to feel frustrated or helpless in the face of racism, prejudice, and unearned white privilege — BUT IT IS WRONG TO GIVE YOURSELF A FREE PASS TO IGNORE IT, to do nothing to challenge or change it.
The determination of many white people to excuse themselves not just from any wrongdoing, but from taking any positive action to even ACKNOWLEDGE racism as it persists today, seriously handicaps ALL AMERICANS in our struggle to overcome our collective racist history.
There is one other point I want to make about this “historical” or “the past is the past” argument. Yes, the past is the past, and one cannot in fairness blame a white descendant of slaveowners for the sins of her forebears. But it is ignorant and irresponsible to assume that a grievous sin such as racism, institutionalized and promoted as it was by slavery and Jim Crow — and the genocide against America’s indigenous peoples, and the persecution of immigrants, and the Japanese-American internment, to name only a few examples — CAN REMAIN ISOLATED IN THE PAST, WITHOUT AFFECTING FUTURE GENERATIONS as well.
We are not so easily separated from what our countrymen did just a few generations ago, no matter how much we try to distance ourselves from the past and claim innocence.
We reap what others have sown before us, and that includes deep mistrust, prejudice, and racism. And we do bear the burden, as their descendants — and the only people with the power to change anything now — to try to right at least some of the wrongs. It’s time to challenge all the people of our generation who want to simply wash their hands of history. Why should we expect to be excused from addressing this injustice, and working to eradicate it, even if we are not the ones “directly responsible” for it?
Re: "It is not wrong to feel frustrated or helpless in the face of racism, prejudice, and unearned white privilege — BUT IT IS WRONG TO GIVE YOURSELF A FREE PASS TO IGNORE IT, to do nothing to challenge or change it."

I actually feel the same way about gender relations and ECONOMIC INEQUALITY for women in society.
EQUALITY

United States

#42 Nov 22, 2011
Brngthtrth2u wrote:
<quoted text>
I don't know what kind of people you are around.....or where you live. I would have to think that has a lot to do with this answer. I disagree...they'd rather try to find their own way....could be...but not the way you describe with the raping and killing. Sounds like you are surrounded by savages.
Purple Schitt is spouting off the same old stereotypes about bm and that's what she's doing.

Bm are lazy
Bm are brut rapist
Bm are habitual criminals

When AA's gained the voting rights act and the civil rights act, we were included in the constitution. Thus, we had more power than white society because ww were never included in the constitution.

Ww protested the exclusion and this protest came under women suffrage. In 1918 ww gained the right to vote but, they were still excluded by wm from the constitution.

The wm held power over the ww as long as she wasn't in the constitution.

When AA's gained the right to vote in 1965, the next election was 1968.

1968 LBJ announced he would not seek re-election
1968 MLK was murdered. Blacks divided
1968 RFK was #1 Candidate murdered

1968 the first time bw could vote, they voted with ww. The same ww that did not want blacks to vote to begin with. Who was elected Tricky Dick Nixon. 1970 nixon authorized the CIA to release HIV into AA communities.

1972 with the help of bw, ww gained the ERA and finally included in the constitution.

WHAT TOOK AA'S OVER 100 YEARS TO GAIN, THE BW NEGATED IN 3 YEARS BY HELPING WW.

As soon as ww got inclusion to the constitution, they kicked the bw to the curb.

1978 the bw realized ww used them and formed the black feminist movement.

TOO LATE, THE DAME WAS DONE.

Today the bw is still yelling feminism and still see ww as sisters inspite of Dr. Laura calling them N, N, N and Sarah Palin told Laura to reload.

Psychology Today called bw ugly and bw still think feminism is for them when it was about ww all alone
I love R

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#43 Nov 22, 2011
LovinLife1974 wrote:
“I never owned slaves.”
“No one in my family ever owned slaves.”
“The past has already happened; we can’t change it.”
Usually when I hear these sorts of lines from white people, they are offered in explanation of why they oppose affirmative action, or any other race-based help/“handouts” for minorities. Their justification, in most cases, is this insistence on their own helplessness to change history, and their unwillingness to “pay” or be “held responsible” for it.
The way they tell it, they too, are victims of unjust, ignorant, and/or racist white ancestors — because they, white Americans living today, are the unfortunate ones who must deal with affirmative action,“reverse racism,” and angry, greedy people of color. Sure, black people suffered tremendously under slavery, but many white people now feel that they are the oppressed ones, paying unfairly for “the sins of the fathers.”
It is a fact that most whites did not participate directly in slavery. However, this ignores the fact that preferential treatment in jobs, housing, elections, segregation and access to social space…have had (and continue to have) a positive effect for all those deemed “white.” Although specific whites may not have participated directly in the overt discrimination that injured blacks and other minorities in the past, they have all received unearned privileges by virtue of being regarded as “white”.
An American who excuses himself because “that’s someone else’s history, not mine” MAKES THE CONVERSATION ALL ABOUT HIM AND HIS OWN DEFENSIVENESS. It is not wrong to feel frustrated or helpless in the face of racism, prejudice, and unearned white privilege — BUT IT IS WRONG TO GIVE YOURSELF A FREE PASS TO IGNORE IT, to do nothing to challenge or change it.
The determination of many white people to excuse themselves not just from any wrongdoing, but from taking any positive action to even ACKNOWLEDGE racism as it persists today, seriously handicaps ALL AMERICANS in our struggle to overcome our collective racist history.
There is one other point I want to make about this “historical” or “the past is the past” argument. Yes, the past is the past, and one cannot in fairness blame a white descendant of slaveowners for the sins of her forebears. But it is ignorant and irresponsible to assume that a grievous sin such as racism, institutionalized and promoted as it was by slavery and Jim Crow — and the genocide against America’s indigenous peoples, and the persecution of immigrants, and the Japanese-American internment, to name only a few examples — CAN REMAIN ISOLATED IN THE PAST, WITHOUT AFFECTING FUTURE GENERATIONS as well.
We are not so easily separated from what our countrymen did just a few generations ago, no matter how much we try to distance ourselves from the past and claim innocence.
We reap what others have sown before us, and that includes deep mistrust, prejudice, and racism. And we do bear the burden, as their descendants — and the only people with the power to change anything now — to try to right at least some of the wrongs. It’s time to challenge all the people of our generation who want to simply wash their hands of history. Why should we expect to be excused from addressing this injustice, and working to eradicate it, even if we are not the ones “directly responsible” for it?
Re: "Yes, the past is the past, and one cannot in fairness blame a white descendant of slaveowners for the sins of her forebears."

You're really making a lot of assumptions.

Not that this is the point, but there are a good many white people in America today whose families may only go back one or two generations in this country, and then those ancestors are from elsewhere (for example, Western Europe) and are NOT descendants of white American slave owners.
EQUALITY

United States

#44 Nov 22, 2011
All the ills of white society was projected onto AA's and like idiots we believed we were our own worse enemy.

Wm used to beat the schitt out of ww, come home drunk, laying up with white hoes and the ww couldn't do anything about it. They we're helpless.

All of their negative bull schitt was projected onto AAW and AAM.

THAT'S WHY THE AAW TODAY CALL BM NO GOOD AND BM CALL THE AAW NO GOOD.

Prior to 1970 if anyone said a cross word about a bm or bw they caught a mouthful of knuckles. That was black unity.

WTF do I know?
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#45 Nov 22, 2011
LovinLife1974 wrote:
To: CaptainUndead, ugly monkeys, Dweezil, liya
As expected, every answer but the right one...:)
Whitey will never change. Mass elimination is the only option unfortunatly.
Re: "Whitey will never change. Mass elimination is the only option."

Wow, that sounds much like Hitler did.

Very dangerous mentality.

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