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Reply #30 posted 09/10/20 8:44am

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Trump did admit there was systematic racism. lol

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Reply #31 posted 09/10/20 9:09am

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Trump did admit there was systematic racism. lol


That’s because it does exists. He couldn’t lie his way out of that one.
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Reply #32 posted 09/11/20 7:00am

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2elijah said:

2freaky4church1 said:

Trump did admit there was systematic racism. lol

That’s because it does exists. He couldn’t lie his way out of that one.



He is systemic racism.

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Reply #33 posted 09/16/20 6:54am

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Talk about delicious irony:

https://www.huffpost.com/...8026ce43b5

Trump is now officially a racist. Bad people vote for him.

Trump is not a white supremacist and did not start or support white supremacy so there is no irony.

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Reply #34 posted 09/16/20 7:12am

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Trump doesn't have the capacity to have as coherent an ideology as white supremacy, agreed.

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Reply #35 posted 09/17/20 12:38pm

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Trump doesn't have the capacity to have as coherent an ideology as white supremacy, agreed.

he doesn't vehemently oppose it either, since, you know, there are "good people on both sides" neutral

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Reply #36 posted 09/18/20 7:14am

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DiminutiveRocker said:



2elijah said:


2freaky4church1 said:

Trump did admit there was systematic racism. lol



That’s because it does exists. He couldn’t lie his way out of that one.



He is systemic racism.


nod He contributes to it by his racist rhetoric and divisiveness. His father was a kkk supporter, so you could just imagine what the discussions in that house about race was like. Even with the DHS informing him that those crazy ass White supremacist groups is America’s deadliest threat, he’ll just turn a blind eye to it, just like many of his supporters will.
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Reply #37 posted 09/18/20 8:29am

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2Elijah likes my threads more than me. lol

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Reply #38 posted 09/18/20 8:30am

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There is systematic racism but class matters too.

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Reply #39 posted 09/18/20 8:35am

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2Elijah likes my threads more than me. lol


You’re ok. Lol. I just put up with you that’s all.
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Reply #40 posted 09/18/20 8:36am

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There is systematic racism but class matters too.


For some, no matter their economic or educational class, they will still face racism. That’s just the truth in this country, like it or not.
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Reply #41 posted 09/18/20 9:57am

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2elijah said:

2freaky4church1 said:

There is systematic racism but class matters too.

For some, no matter their economic or educational class, they will still face racism. That’s just the truth in this country, like it or not.



nod As a point of history - see Tulsa.....

The Tulsa race massacre took place on May 31 and June 1, 1921, when mobs of white residents, many of them deputized and given weapons by city officials, attacked black residents and businesses of the Greenwood District in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Wikipedia

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Reply #42 posted 09/18/20 12:14pm

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2elijah said:


2freaky4church1 said:

There is systematic racism but class matters too.



For some, no matter their economic or educational class, they will still face racism. That’s just the truth in this country, like it or not.



nod As a point of history - see Tulsa.....

The Tulsa race massacre took place on May 31 and June 1, 1921, when mobs of white residents, many of them deputized and given weapons by city officials, attacked black residents and businesses of the Greenwood District in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Wikipedia


Agree, as their ‘economic or educational class’ did not save them from the horrors many members of that community endured, during that segregation era, when that vicious massacre took place.

Greenwood, Tulsa, OK, F/k/a ‘Black Wall Street, was a very, wealthy Black community, which included Physicians, Educators, Educational institutions, Business men and women, etc. None of that saved them from the ingrained, sick hatred and terror of racists who bommbed their communities, stole their property, personal belongings and murdered more than 300 Black residents.
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Reply #43 posted 09/18/20 2:04pm

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2elijah said:

DiminutiveRocker said:



nod As a point of history - see Tulsa.....

The Tulsa race massacre took place on May 31 and June 1, 1921, when mobs of white residents, many of them deputized and given weapons by city officials, attacked black residents and businesses of the Greenwood District in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Wikipedia

Agree, as their ‘economic or educational class’ did not save them from the horrors many members of that community endured, during that segregation era, when that vicious massacre took place. Greenwood, Tulsa, OK, F/k/a ‘Black Wall Street, was a very, wealthy Black community, which included Physicians, Educators, Educational institutions, Business men and women, etc. None of that saved them from the ingrained, sick hatred and terror of racists who bommbed their communities, stole their property, personal belongings and murdered more than 300 Black residents. [Edited 9/18/20 12:19pm]


It did not matter that these black folks were wealthy businessmen - their successful businesses were destroyed for no other reason than racism.

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Reply #44 posted 09/18/20 4:34pm

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DiminutiveRocker said:



2elijah said:


DiminutiveRocker said:




nod As a point of history - see Tulsa.....

The Tulsa race massacre took place on May 31 and June 1, 1921, when mobs of white residents, many of them deputized and given weapons by city officials, attacked black residents and businesses of the Greenwood District in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Wikipedia



Agree, as their ‘economic or educational class’ did not save them from the horrors many members of that community endured, during that segregation era, when that vicious massacre took place. Greenwood, Tulsa, OK, F/k/a ‘Black Wall Street, was a very, wealthy Black community, which included Physicians, Educators, Educational institutions, Business men and women, etc. None of that saved them from the ingrained, sick hatred and terror of racists who bommbed their communities, stole their property, personal belongings and murdered more than 300 Black residents. [Edited 9/18/20 12:19pm]


It did not matter that these black folks were wealthy businessmen - their successful businesses were destroyed for no other reason than racism.


Absolutely, their ‘class’ didn’t matter. I first learned about ‘Black Wall Stree’ in the 90s and was shocked at the terror the Black residents experienced, just like what happened in the Rosewood, Fl massacre, and other cities all over this country around that era and later on.
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