AA forum to be shut down

“Yes WE Can! Yes we Will!”

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Since: Jul 07

Baltimore, Md.

#1008 Jan 1, 2011
Sir Arthur wrote:
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Innocent blacks?
But you are right, if the AA forum is shut down Topix would be a poor place indeed.
If racists like you and your pet negro "dreams" disappeared, perhaps the intellectual level of AA Forum might increase exponentially. So might the general level of social consciousness.

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Since: Jul 10

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#1009 Jan 1, 2011
Bappie wrote:
<quoted text>Ditto! It's amazing how easily manipulated Americans can be. However, I think they buy into things so easily because of their mindset, i.e. these are the things "they want to believe because they've been conditioned all their lives. Everything is in place by "the powers that be" and they'll go quietly into the trap with barely a whisper.
dats right...look what they did to us with obama...they be selling us a empty suit who be only lookin out for himself and shyt. dey tink we beleeve anyting becuze of all dis here white condishuning and I say dey is wrong

Where be my support frum obama for my $5825 a munth mortgagae i cant be keeping this house faever without paying
Bappie

Tuckerton, NJ

#1010 Jan 1, 2011
Savant wrote:
<quoted text>
What does it tell me that backward whites seeing murderous poiosn of race as a game? it tells me that white American racists are as DEPRAVED morally and psychologically as German Nazis, who often saw their racism as a game, and often made sport of their victims. It tells me that white supremacists are untemenschen scum.
And your kissing of white racist azz tells me that you're their bootlicking scum as well.
And while I don't claim to be a spokesman for ALL black people--certainly not for backward butt kissing Aunt Jemimas like you(assuming you even really are a black woman)--more black people think like myself than like you. And nobody has seen me kissing up to Zaius and Arthur as you have.
And since you DARED to mention my elderly parents (who endured JIm Crow, the lynching of siblings, and other horrors you can't imagine), let me at least point out that my mother and father reared a son who is a MAN, a consious, articulate, progressive, conscious Black man.
It is your parents who raised a bootlicking, ass kissing buffoon with the intellect of an aardvark and the moral structure of an earthworm. Now get lost. I'm sure you've got a lot of white racist azz to kiss just so you can start off the New Year just right.
Excellent post, Savant. It's pointless to try and appeal to a mad dog racist. In fact, it's best to stay far away from them as one would a rabid, dog, frothing at the mouth. The end results would be the same. The dogs only intent is to bite you and infect you with its disease.

This dreamer character is nothing more than a disturbed, rabid racist, pretending to be a so-called militant black woman or what that silly a55 thinks a militant black woman would be, lol. Now I ask you, what sane person would do this?

Once your intelligent responses frustrated them, they resorted to insults and profanities which is a clear indication that this person is of low intelligence. What is comical is that all of their posts are full of spelling and grammatical errors. So much for the superior race, lol. I imagine that educated white folks wince, everything they see these buffoons speaking for and behalf of them. Quite embarrassing, wouldn't you say?

Leave that fool to runk amok all over the forum making an ass of themselves and whoever would believe the bs they're posting. It's a new year and time not suffer fools lightly.
thetruth

Westminster, MD

#1011 Jan 1, 2011
this forum is racist and should be shut down.
Though civil rights groups and most of the media studiously ignore this fact, the nation’s most fractious racial battles are now conflicts between minority populations. Particularly horrific is the animosity directed at Asian Americans by blacks in low-income areas of urban America.
At age ten, I immigrated from China to Oakland, California, a city filled with crime, poverty, and racial tension. In elementary school, I didn’t wear name-brand clothing or speak English. My name soon became “Ching Chong,”“Chinagirl,” and “Chow Mein.” Other children laughed at my language, my culture, my ethnicity, and my race. I said nothing.
After a few years, I began to speak English, but not well enough to trade racial insults. On rides home from school I avoided the back of the bus so as not to be beaten up. But even when I sat in the front, fire crackers, paper balls, small rocks, and profanity were thrown at me and the other “stupid Chinamen.” The label “Chinamen” was dished out indiscriminately to Vietnamese, Koreans, and other Asians. When I looked around, I saw that the other “Chinamen” tuned out the insults by eagerly discussing movies, friends, and school.
During my secondary school years, racism, and then the combination of outrage and bitterness that it fosters, accompanied me home on the bus every day. My English was by now more fluent than that of those who insulted me, but most of the time I still said nothing to avoid being beaten up. In addition to everything else thrown at me, a few times a week I was the target of sexual remarks vulgar enough to make Howard Stern blush. When I did respond to the insults, I immediately faced physical threats or attacks, along with the embarrassing fact that the other “Chinamen” around me simply continued their quiet personal conversations without intervening. The reality was that those who cursed my race and ethnicity were far bigger in size than most of the Asian children who sat silently.
The racial harassment wasn’t limited to bus rides. It surfaced in my high school cafeteria, where a middle-aged Chinese vendor who spoke broken English was told by rowdy students each day at lunch time to “Hurry up, you dumb Ching!” On the sidewalks, black teenagers and adults would creep up behind 80-year-old Asians and frighten them with sing-song nonsense:
“Yee-ya, Ching-chong, ah-ee, un-yahhh!” At markets and in the streets of poor black neighborhoods, Asians would be told,“Why the hell don’t you just go back to where you came from!”
In a fair and peaceful world, racial harassment will be decried without regard to its source. The problem today is that prominent black leaders rule out even the possibility of black racism. Activists like Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson intone that racism equals “prejudice plus power,” and that since blacks in America lack power, they are simply not capable of practicing racism against anyone. John Hope Franklin, chair of President Clinton’s race panel, angrily insists that racism is something suffered, not dished out, by blacks. Many black professors, writers, polemicists, and politicians repeat the same mantra. What might appear to be black racism, writes syndicated columnist Leonard Pitts, actually boils down not to racism but to acts of crime and rudeness from the perpetrators, and tough luck for the recipients.
Rationalizers of black racism ignore the fact that identical actions inflicted by whites would be universally decried as intolerable. Ultimately, their arguments simply grease the skids for further traumatizing of “unlucky” victims. And to real-life casualties of racial animosity, motivation is not especially relevant. Loss is loss. Pain is pain.

“Yes WE Can! Yes we Will!”

Level 8

Since: Jul 07

Baltimore, Md.

#1012 Jan 1, 2011
thetruth wrote:
this forum is racist and should be shut down.
Though civil rights groups and most of the media studiously ignore this fact, the nation’s most fractious racial battles are now conflicts between minority populations. Particularly horrific is the animosity directed at Asian Americans by blacks in low-income areas of urban America.
At age ten, I immigrated from China to Oakland, California, a city filled with crime, poverty, and racial tension. In elementary school, I didn’t wear name-brand clothing or speak English. My name soon became “Ching Chong,”“Chinagirl,” and “Chow Mein.” Other children laughed at my language, my culture, my ethnicity, and my race. I said nothing.
After a few years, I began to speak English, but not well enough to trade racial insults. On rides home from school I avoided the back of the bus so as not to be beaten up. But even when I sat in the front, fire crackers, paper balls, small rocks, and profanity were thrown at me and the other “stupid Chinamen.” The label “Chinamen” was dished out indiscriminately to Vietnamese, Koreans, and other Asians. When I looked around, I saw that the other “Chinamen” tuned out the insults by eagerly discussing movies, friends, and school.
During my secondary school years, racism, and then the combination of outrage and bitterness that it fosters, accompanied me home on the bus every day. My English was by now more fluent than that of those who insulted me, but most of the time I still said nothing to avoid being beaten up. In addition to everything else thrown at me, a few times a week I was the target of sexual remarks vulgar enough to make Howard Stern blush. When I did respond to the insults, I immediately faced physical threats or attacks, along with the embarrassing fact that the other “Chinamen” around me simply continued their quiet personal conversations without intervening. The reality was that those who cursed my race and ethnicity were far bigger in size than most of the Asian children who sat silently.
The racial harassment wasn’t limited to bus rides. It surfaced in my high school cafeteria, where a middle-aged Chinese vendor who spoke broken English was told by rowdy students each day at lunch time to “Hurry up, you dumb Ching!” On the sidewalks, black teenagers and adults would creep up behind 80-year-old Asians and frighten them with sing-song nonsense:
“Yee-ya, Ching-chong, ah-ee, un-yahhh!” At markets and in the streets of poor black neighborhoods, Asians would be told,“Why the hell don’t you just go back to where you came from!”
In a fair and peaceful world, racial harassment will be decried without regard to its source. The problem today is that prominent black leaders rule out even the possibility of black racism. Activists like Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson intone that racism equals “prejudice plus power,” and that since blacks in America lack power, they are simply not capable of practicing racism against anyone. John Hope Franklin, chair of President Clinton’s race panel, angrily insists that racism is something suffered, not dished out, by blacks. Many black professors, writers, polemicists, and politicians repeat the same mantra. What might appear to be black racism, writes syndicated columnist Leonard Pitts, actually boils down not to racism but to acts of crime and rudeness from the perpetrators, and tough luck for the recipients.
Rationalizers of black racism ignore the fact that identical actions inflicted by whites would be universally decried as intolerable. Ultimately, their arguments simply grease the skids for further traumatizing of “unlucky” victims. And to real-life casualties of racial animosity, motivation is not especially relevant. Loss is loss. Pain is pain.
Stormfront should be shut down for racism. The Tea Party movement should be shut down for racism.
AA Forum should be reformed and turned into a REAL Forum.

Sir Arthur
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Since: Nov 10

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#1013 Jan 1, 2011
Savant wrote:
<quoted text>
What does it tell me that backward whites seeing murderous poiosn of race as a game? it tells me that white American racists are as DEPRAVED morally and psychologically as German Nazis, who often saw their racism as a game, and often made sport of their victims. It tells me that white supremacists are untemenschen scum.
And your kissing of white racist azz tells me that you're their bootlicking scum as well.
And while I don't claim to be a spokesman for ALL black people--certainly not for backward butt kissing Aunt Jemimas like you(assuming you even really are a black woman)--more black people think like myself than like you. And nobody has seen me kissing up to Zaius and Arthur as you have.
And since you DARED to mention my elderly parents (who endured JIm Crow, the lynching of siblings, and other horrors you can't imagine), let me at least point out that my mother and father reared a son who is a MAN, a consious, articulate, progressive, conscious Black man.
It is your parents who raised a bootlicking, ass kissing buffoon with the intellect of an aardvark and the moral structure of an earthworm. Now get lost. I'm sure you've got a lot of white racist azz to kiss just so you can start off the New Year just right.
Back in Jim Crow days blacks behaved a lot better and were mostly family people, unlike today with their drug and crime infested broken family black communities.
You are lucky that your parents were brought up in Jim Crow days, otherwise you would not have been brought up in a normal family, like most black kids today who live in one parent families, and turn to drugs and crime because they have no discipline at home or anywhere else.

Sir Arthur
Level 1

Since: Nov 10

Location hidden

#1014 Jan 1, 2011
Savant wrote:
<quoted text>
She's "Black! Black! Black!" dreams says. But the heifer dost protest too much, methinks.
And I defy her/him or anyone else to point to even ONE instance of Savant begging anyone. Every racist in this thread have felt my wrathful contempt and excoriation if anything. A few Negro fools have felt it to, as dreams is now--assuming she is "Black! Black! Black! rather than a white racist poseur as I suspect.
No one can point to Savant begging, but we've SEEN on SEVERAL OCCASIONS in this very thread, that malodorous refuse called "dreams" kissing the smelly white racist derriere's of Arthur and other white supremacist.
"dreams" should be called DELUSIONS, sick delusions.
It is you who is living in a delusion, because she, like a few other blacks, can see the real causes of the problems with you blacks. It is no use blaming whites for your problems, because it is your way of life and mentality that is the cause of all your problems.

Sir Arthur
Level 1

Since: Nov 10

Location hidden

#1016 Jan 1, 2011
Bappie wrote:
<quoted text>Happy New Year's Savant!
We don't see masses of people flocking to the Tea Party because we know it's bs. Those rallying behind them are afraid and the Tea Party strokes those fears. Just as the Republican party does also.
What was once a nation of proud, strong and empowered people, have been reduced to a paranoid and fearful nation. Those in the know refer to them as "sheeples."
Some of the things they believe are comical and the leaders of this rag, tag, group are dumb as hell. I can't remember the woman's name (a devotee of witchcraft, lol) but she actually dared an opponent to show her where in the constitution did it say there's a separation of Church and State, lol. Of course these patriots will overlook this blunder or make some silly excuse for it, but damn, what happened to the intelligence level of American people. Perhaps the schools are really failing.
The Tea Party has the support of the majority of law abiding citizens, which is shown in their success in last month's elections. Decent American people are beginning to realize that America must go back to its old values, and not let it be run over by black crime and anarchism.
Sooner or later Jim Crow laws have to be brought back if America is to be saved from becoming another third world country.

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Since: Oct 09

Athos

#1017 Jan 1, 2011
Tea Party racist against what? I voted for Obama and although am getting a bit impatient, will still wait for him to "shine". If he doesn't, I simply won't vote for him again, if he does, I will.

Anyway, curious about the Tea Party, I attended one, and all I saw was both whites and blacks organized to ensure that our rights are upheld. Whites and blacks organized together to speak up to our government that we are watching and paying attention. And we will fight for our rights. Honestly, it was the most friendliest, patriotic gathering I have ever seen. People banding together who respect each other and love their country.

So I have respect for both Obama and the Tea Party. I believe he is a good man and has good ideas, but he's only human. He is going to screw up and I am thankful I have the right in America to step up to him and call him on it.

Since: Dec 10

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Since: Dec 10

Location hidden

#1019 Jan 1, 2011
Teyla wrote:
Tea Party racist against what? I voted for Obama and although am getting a bit impatient, will still wait for him to "shine". If he doesn't, I simply won't vote for him again, if he does, I will.
Anyway, curious about the Tea Party, I attended one, and all I saw was both whites and blacks organized to ensure that our rights are upheld. Whites and blacks organized together to speak up to our government that we are watching and paying attention. And we will fight for our rights. Honestly, it was the most friendliest, patriotic gathering I have ever seen. People banding together who respect each other and love their country.
So I have respect for both Obama and the Tea Party. I believe he is a good man and has good ideas, but he's only human. He is going to screw up and I am thankful I have the right in America to step up to him and call him on it.
Hmmmm where was the tea party prior to a SO-CALLED black person taking office? All of a sudden America is concerened about her rights once a watermelon lover takes office? PLUEEZE, give it a rest already lol.

Sir Arthur
Level 1

Since: Nov 10

Location hidden

#1020 Jan 1, 2011
PHAT DAWG wrote:
<quoted text>Hmmmm where was the tea party prior to a SO-CALLED black person taking office? All of a sudden America is concerened about her rights once a watermelon lover takes office? PLUEEZE, give it a rest already lol.
America has been brainwashed for decades by the liberal propaganda in all of its media. When it wakes up and comes to its senses it will realize that the good old days before the 60's were the best.

Sir Arthur
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Since: Nov 10

Location hidden

#1021 Jan 1, 2011
Obama is doing his best, but he has his hands tied up both from the greedy capitalists on one side and from the anarchist black liberals on the other.
What America needs is a strong dictator who will put America back to its Old Order.

“Everybody Dies...”

Level 1

Since: Jan 10

...But not Everybody Lives.

#1022 Jan 1, 2011
Bappie wrote:
<quoted text>Ditto! It's amazing how easily manipulated Americans can be. However, I think they buy into things so easily because of their mindset, i.e. these are the things "they want to believe because they've been conditioned all their lives. Everything is in place by "the powers that be" and they'll go quietly into the trap with barely a whisper.
Exactly. And the powers that be care as much about these racists as they do us.

“Everybody Dies...”

Level 1

Since: Jan 10

...But not Everybody Lives.

#1023 Jan 1, 2011
mekruli wrote:
<quoted text>
dats right...look what they did to us with obama...they be selling us a empty suit who be only lookin out for himself and shyt. dey tink we beleeve anyting becuze of all dis here white condishuning and I say dey is wrong
Where be my support frum obama for my $5825 a munth mortgagae i cant be keeping this house faever without paying
Way to prove the point we were making!
TBTSTILLSUCKS

Tuckerton, NJ

#1024 Jan 1, 2011
Sir Arthur wrote:
<quoted text>
The Tea Party has the support of the majority of law abiding citizens, which is shown in their success in last month's elections. Decent American people are beginning to realize that America must go back to its old values, and not let it be run over by black crime and anarchism.
Sooner or later Jim Crow laws have to be brought back if America is to be saved from becoming another third world country.
The Tea Party is a bunch of low intelligence, gun carrying, low-class, blue collar idiots. They are not the majority of Americans, law-abiding or not.

They're simple-minded sheeples, disenchanted and sore losing Republicans who are afraid that blacks and people of color are taking over their country. The browns (that the census is trying to turn into whites to boost your numbers) are already outnumbering your race and will be the largest voting bloc in this nation. That is why people like you are becoming so anti-immigration and encouraging whites from Europe to intergrate here.

Blacks are only 13% of the population so you're definitely stupid because you're on the wrong forum, lol. The threat doesn't come from us, but the brown people for you. Funny thing is that your race is only 13% of the world's population, so alienating blacks at this juncture is plain stupidity, but folks like you have never been too bright.

As for Jim Crow Laws, dream on. I'd like to see someone try to enforce them. Never going to happen, captain. What I do so see is people of all colors being rounded up one day, and that includeds aholes like you and members of the Tea Party for national security, lol. Won't that be hilarious..... That, my dear boy, is what's heading down the pike.

Don't believe me, the Germans didn't either. Neither did the Jewish People, not in "their" progressive nation.

You're an idiot and your posts are a waste of keystrokes. I don't even know why Savant or anyone waste keystrokes on an idiot like you and you can bet this is my last one.
TBTSTILLSUCKS

Tuckerton, NJ

#1025 Jan 1, 2011
Sir Arthur wrote:
Obama is doing his best, but he has his hands tied up both from the greedy capitalists on one side and from the anarchist black liberals on the other.
What America needs is a strong dictator who will put America back to its Old Order.
He's on his way, Sir Arthur, and you won't like what he has planned for not only us, but you too, dear boy, lol.
Bappie

Tuckerton, NJ

#1026 Jan 1, 2011
mekruli wrote:
<quoted text>
dats right...look what they did to us with obama...they be selling us a empty suit who be only lookin out for himself and shyt. dey tink we beleeve anyting becuze of all dis here white condishuning and I say dey is wrong
Where be my support frum obama for my $5825 a munth mortgagae i cant be keeping this house faever without paying
Well, white racist, I can see why you might be in financial distress. Losing your job and home. Spending your time on the internet, making fun of black people, instead of spending time with your family on a holiday and most importantly looking for a job and get a life.

People like you think you're funny, but truthfully, you're a sad person and you don't even know it.

“Yes WE Can! Yes we Will!”

Level 8

Since: Jul 07

Baltimore, Md.

#1027 Jan 1, 2011
Teyla wrote:
Tea Party racist against what? I voted for Obama and although am getting a bit impatient, will still wait for him to "shine". If he doesn't, I simply won't vote for him again, if he does, I will.
Anyway, curious about the Tea Party, I attended one, and all I saw was both whites and blacks organized to ensure that our rights are upheld. Whites and blacks organized together to speak up to our government that we are watching and paying attention. And we will fight for our rights. Honestly, it was the most friendliest, patriotic gathering I have ever seen. People banding together who respect each other and love their country.
So I have respect for both Obama and the Tea Party. I believe he is a good man and has good ideas, but he's only human. He is going to screw up and I am thankful I have the right in America to step up to him and call him on it.
Tea Party racism? Well just look at the post of one of the Tea Party supporters--Arthur--in the post just before yours. Look at veiled racism of mor sophisticated Tea Party leaders like Ron Paul, who would like to gut the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Look at the xenophobia we've seen with the racist anti-immigrant and anti-Obama depictions on placards at their rallies. Or the sometimes troubling appearance of white militi men.
You may have seen a FEW Blacks interacting with whitex at Tea Party events. But Tea Partiers are 98% white. And that doesn't character of the Tea Party. In 1964, you could have seen a FEW Blacks interacting with whites in the presidential campaign of Barry Goldwater, a man who opposed the Civul Rights Act of 1964.
And you may have found genuinely DECENT (if misled) people in his campaign, as no doubt one can find in the Tea Party. But is is essentially a conservative (if not reactionary) movement. And to conserve an unjust racist and class elitist order is to be implicated in the injustice even if onlyu unwittingly. Arthur says that a MAJORITY of "law abiding" Americans support the Tea Party. Actually, I read that a majority does not. But even if they did, mere popularity would not be a defense. Nazism was popular too, and not everyone in it share Hitler's obsessions with militarism and anti-Semitism. Some only wanted to save their ountry, and thought that the best path to take. They were mistaken, are also mistaken the followers of the Tea Party movement, a movemengt organized and financed by millionaires and billionaires to delude the common people.

Since: May 08

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#1028 Jan 1, 2011
thetruth wrote:
this forum is racist and should be shut down.
Though civil rights groups and most of the media studiously ignore this fact, the nation’s most fractious racial battles are now conflicts between minority populations. Particularly horrific is the animosity directed at Asian Americans by blacks in low-income areas of urban America.
At age ten, I immigrated from China to Oakland, California, a city filled with crime, poverty, and racial tension. In elementary school, I didn’t wear name-brand clothing or speak English. My name soon became “Ching Chong,”“Chinagirl,” and “Chow Mein.” Other children laughed at my language, my culture, my ethnicity, and my race. I said nothing.
After a few years, I began to speak English, but not well enough to trade racial insults. On rides home from school I avoided the back of the bus so as not to be beaten up. But even when I sat in the front, fire crackers, paper balls, small rocks, and profanity were thrown at me and the other “stupid Chinamen.” The label “Chinamen” was dished out indiscriminately to Vietnamese, Koreans, and other Asians. When I looked around, I saw that the other “Chinamen” tuned out the insults by eagerly discussing movies, friends, and school.
During my secondary school years, racism, and then the combination of outrage and bitterness that it fosters, accompanied me home on the bus every day. My English was by now more fluent than that of those who insulted me, but most of the time I still said nothing to avoid being beaten up. In addition to everything else thrown at me, a few times a week I was the target of sexual remarks vulgar enough to make Howard Stern blush. When I did respond to the insults, I immediately faced physical threats or attacks, along with the embarrassing fact that the other “Chinamen” around me simply continued their quiet personal conversations without intervening. The reality was that those who cursed my race and ethnicity were far bigger in size than most of the Asian children who sat silently.
The racial harassment wasn’t limited to bus rides. It surfaced in my high school cafeteria, where a middle-aged Chinese vendor who spoke broken English was told by rowdy students each day at lunch time to “Hurry up, you dumb Ching!” On the sidewalks, black teenagers and adults would creep up behind 80-year-old Asians and frighten them with sing-song nonsense:
“Yee-ya, Ching-chong, ah-ee, un-yahhh!” At markets and in the streets of poor black neighborhoods, Asians would be told,“Why the hell don’t you just go back to where you came from!”
In a fair and peaceful world, racial harassment will be decried without regard to its source. The problem today is that prominent black leaders rule out even the possibility of black racism. Activists like Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson intone that racism equals “prejudice plus power,” and that since blacks in America lack power, they are simply not capable of practicing racism against anyone. John Hope Franklin, chair of President Clinton’s race panel, angrily insists that racism is something suffered, not dished out, by blacks. Many black professors, writers, polemicists, and politicians repeat the same mantra. What might appear to be black racism, writes syndicated columnist Leonard Pitts, actually boils down not to racism but to acts of crime and rudeness from the perpetrators, and tough luck for the recipients.
Rationalizers of black racism ignore the fact that identical actions inflicted by whites would be universally decried as intolerable. Ultimately, their arguments simply grease the skids for further traumatizing of “unlucky” victims. And to real-life casualties of racial animosity, motivation is not especially relevant. Loss is loss. Pain is pain.
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