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White people need to accept that, no matter how many anti-racist demos they’ve marched on, they
This is bullshit. It’s telling everyone who isn’t white that they are powerless, helpless — useless — and they need white people to be their saviors. A non white person’s happiness is dependent entirely on the kindness of white people (assuming that to live under such a heavy yoke of racism makes one unhappy).
You can’t exist in a world of race, as you do, and fight racism. You’re preaching that race matters. You’re consumed by race, obsessed with it. It’s impossible to view the world entirely in terms of race and not have racism.
If you walk into a situation expecting to be insulted, you will perceive insults. If that’s what you believe, if you’re convinced you will be insulted you will perceive insults. You’ll take something seriously which you shouldn’t, or you’ll misread something, twist it… imagine it… you’ll pull an insult out of the situation, regardless of whether or not someone actually insults you.
This isn’t limited to insults, and it’s not even limited to negative perceptions.
The point is that you live in a world of race, where you demand that racism lurks everywhere, hence racism is inescapable whether it actually exists or not.
Not too long ago I explained to a Brit that they would likely never see or experience racism in America. In America, “Racism” is all about perceptions. Almost everything denounced as “Racism” in our culture couldn’t even show up on RADAR in the U.K., as it would be incredibly subtle compared to what they see in their media. That is, assuming the perceived racism existed in the first place.
I don’t know what you’re trying to accomplish here, but from the looks of it you want to perpetuate racism and promote helplessness amongst non whites. Stop that.
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