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    Hmmm...The All Knowing Race Baiting Nadin tells DUmmies what to think again.


    Sat Mar 31, 2012, 02:00 PM
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    White Priviledge

    as you see the reaction of the RW to the Martin murder, realize they are expressing their fears.

    When they attack the president on race, white Priviledge.

    You see, a black president is the worst nightmare to them, a man shooting a kid, for the color of his skin...stand your ground...

    In effect what you are seeing are the racial tensions of a group of people who are afraid of what innevitably will come, a multicultural society where curry and barbeque mix, and tacos and grits are there.

    So as you listen, or read, reactions to this, realize, you are watching deep racial fears of people who really cannot understand, there are no inferior people, and race, in a scientific way, does not exist. It is not just Stormfront or our spelunking "friends." This fear is deep seated, and actually is part of our cheap labor ideologies. If there are no inferior people, you mean we have to pay them the same? The other side if the coin were riots in Colonial America to protest the use of slaves, taking jobs away from white freemen. In the modern day, the expulsion of Mexicans during the Depression, or laws such as Arizona.

    This is what we are seeing, a very toxic brew...and yes, white Priviledge and a caste system are very real, as well as the social tensions that come with it.
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    Remind me again who's out there setting bounty's...tweeting (incorrectly) the address of Mr. Zimmerman and trying to whitewash the dead guys image by showing pics of him from 4 years ago?

    Hint: It's not anyone working on Fox News and it's sure not an GOP member of Congress trying to wear a hoodie on the House Floor.

    Their projection astounds me...even after all these years.
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    July 28, 2011The Myth of White Privilege

    By Selwyn Duke

    White privilege is a myth.
    Let's look at the facts. Because of the fashionable discrimination known as affirmative action, whites (males especially) are often untouchables in the job market. And examples are legion. Talk-show host Michael Savage has often mentioned that after he earned his Ph.D., he had trouble finding a job in his chosen field and was told in so many words that "white men need not apply." I could also mention a junior-high-school friend of mine whose test score was too low to qualify for the specialty high school I attended and the black student who gained admission with the exact same score. Or read this essay by Professor Louis Pojman, who cites the case of a brilliant Ph.D. philosopher who was denied a tenure-track position because the university in question had to hire a "woman or a Black." Then there is the Dayton, OH police department, which recently discarded its recruit exam and the scores of 748 people who passed it because not doing so would have resulted in too many whites being hired

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    And there is social discrimination as well. While black comedians can use derogatory terms for whites such as "cracker," white comedians who use corresponding anti-black racial epithets risk career destruction. A racial slur isn't even necessary for a white person to incur the thought police's wrath. Sportscaster Jimmy "the Greek" Snyder lost his job in the 1980s for, while tipsy at a restaurant, offering an unsophisticatedly stated opinion as to why blacks are great athletes. Even more ridiculous, Washington, DC mayoral staffer David Howard was pilloried and had to resign his position (he was later rehired) for using the word "niggardly," which is of Scandinavian origin and means "cheap," during a staff meeting. Golf commentator Kelly Tilghman was suspended for two weeks for innocently using the term "lynch" when describing what young players might have to do to beat Tiger Woods. And university student Keith John Sampson was charged with "racial harassment" for reading a book about the Ku Klux Klan in the presence of black colleagues. It didn't matter that it was an anti-KKK book.

    There is also a trove of government programs designed to aid minorities -- such as those geared toward minority-owned businesses -- but no corresponding help for whites. And, as whistleblowers recently
    revealed, our Department of Justice has long been ignoring voting-rights cases when the victims have been white.



    The 21st century. The age of Smart phones and Stupid people.

    It is said that branches draw their life from the vine. Each is separate yet all are one as they share one life giving stem . The Bible tells us we are called to a similar union in life, our lives with the life of God. We are incorporated into him; made sharers in his life. Apart from this union we can do nothing.
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    Does being struck by lighting affect your spelling?

    Nadin, sweetheart, it's "privilege".

    And it may have described the 1950s but it doesn't describe now.
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    That's just plain stupid, Nadine. You know I like barbecue, and tacos and curry, but I'd prefer to eat them separately, if you don't mind.
    How lazy these modern keyboard libs are. Instead of going out and fighting for their own principles, they wait till somebody else causes a stir and it flashes across their device on twitter or a blog. That way they don't even have to get up out of their chairs. Their only effort is spent on bending and twisting some trumped up event to try and fit some past battles that their lefty forebears fought. Dig out some old rhetoric, and put in some half-assed comments of your own, and you get a goody feeling without even breaking a sweat.
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    It's moronic to whine about white privilege in today's US. Any minority status will earn extra points into schools, colleges, universities, government jobs, and many other places. The only thing white skin gets you today is the automatic "RACIST" label.
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    In actual dollars, President Obama’s $4.4 trillion in deficit spending in just three years is 37 percent higher than the previous record of $3.2 trillion (held by President George W. Bush) in deficit spending for an entire presidency. It’s no small feat to demolish an 8-year record in just 3 years.

    Under Obama’s own projections, interest payments on the debt are on course to triple from 2010 (his first budgetary year) to 2018, climbing from $196 billion to $685 billion annually.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SarasotaRepub View Post
    Hmmm...The All Knowing Race Baiting Nadin tells DUmmies what to think again.




    Where is a good Lightning Bolt when you need it????
    I'd settle for finding out where the alleged racist attacks on our half-white, fully stupid president are????
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    Genius. Can't even spell privilege. Wow. Just wow. Dude, at least use spell check, so you don't LOOK like a dumbass.

    curry and barbeque mix, and tacos and grits are there.
    Mmmmmm...I love me some curry. And barbeque. And Tacos. Not so much grits...but to each his own.

    It's so funny when they call us racists, when in reality, they're the only racists in the room.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawkgirl View Post
    Affirmative Action, Under-represented minority at colleges.
    Being anything but white is a luxury these days.
    The Asians get the worst of it. They were subjected to horrific discrimination, but are now being discriminated against in college admissions because they do better than whites as a group.

    2/2/12 Bloomberg Business Week: "Harvard Targeted in U.S. Asian-American Discrimination Probe,"
    By Daniel Golden
    (Bloomberg) -- The U.S. Education Department is probing complaints that Harvard University and
    Princeton University discriminate against Asian-Americans in undergraduate admissions.
    The department’s Office for Civil Rights is investigating a complaint it received in August that
    Harvard rejected an Asian- American candidate for the current freshman class based on race or
    national origin, a department spokesman said. The agency is looking into a similar August 2011
    allegation against Princeton as part of a review begun in 2008 of that school’s handling of Asian-
    American candidates, said the spokesman, who declined to be identified, citing department policy.
    Both complaints involve the same applicant, who was among the top students in his California high
    school class and whose family originally came from India, according to the applicant’s father, who
    declined to be identified.
    The new complaints, along with a case appealed last September to the U.S. Supreme Court
    challenging preferences for blacks and Hispanics in college admissions, may stir up the longstanding
    debate about whether elite universities discriminate against Asian-Americans, the nation’s fastest-
    growing and most affluent racial category.
    Like Jews in the first half of the 20th century, who faced quotas at Harvard, Princeton, and other Ivy
    League schools, Asian-Americans are over-represented at top universities relative to their population,
    yet must meet a higher standard than other applicants based on measures such as test scores and
    high school grades, according to several academic studies.
    Higher Bar
    Asian-Americans comprised 16 percent of Harvard undergraduates in the 2010-2011 academic
    year, down from 18 percent in 2005-2006, according to the university’s website.
    Fluctuating Rates
    The proportion of Asian-Americans among Princeton undergraduates increased to 17.7% this year
    from 14.1% in 2007- 2008.
    A Chinese-American student, Jian Li, filed a complaint against Princeton with the Education
    Department in 2006, alleging discrimination on the basis of race or national origin. Li, who scored the
    maximum 2400 on the SAT and 2390 -- 10 points below the ceiling -- on subject tests in physics,
    chemistry and calculus, was denied admission by Princeton, Harvard, Stanford University, and the
    Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
    In 2008, the Office for Civil Rights broadened its examination of Li’s complaint into a compliance
    review of whether Princeton discriminates against Asian-Americans.
    ‘Substantially Identical’
    Because the 2011 complaint against Princeton “raised substantially identical issues,” the agency is
    folding it into the compliance review, the Education Department spokesman said. Li enrolled at Yale
    University and later transferred to Harvard, graduating in 2010. He declined to comment, citing
    concerns about a backlash.
    So, by that logic, Sasha and Malia Obama are oppressed, but a kid whose parents had their property confiscated and were interned during WWII must be discriminated against?
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    We have a half Honkie/half Hoody president. There is evidence that one of those halves is fully racist, guess which one?
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