Is this how people of color actually think?

Posted by oldtk 2 months ago to Culture
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A comment on FB regarding people who criticize the rioters and call them out for not even having a true cause:


"You are the entitled/white-privileged/colonizer!!!! You must be crazy 😜 you think I give a shi$ if you think I’m uneducated!!! πŸ€£πŸ˜…πŸ˜‚ As a POC we are not bigots!!! That’s only for you Colonizer/Russian bot. Have a bigot day Karen!!!"


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  • Posted by $ Olduglycarl 2 months ago
    A lot of Black American Female nurses and others work at Connecticut Hospice. I can attest that None think this way.
    On the rare occasion I share with some, something I just learned about history, about Black America History...I've gotten surprised and appreciative thankyou's.

    Many of these Black Americans do not think as Black Africans or African Americans...they are simply dedicated, caring Americans.
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  • Posted by $ Abaco 2 months ago
    I haven't looked FB for four years because it's just a cesspool of scroad. But, I'm starting to think that it is a good barometer of the American people. People spill their guts freely on it (why, I don't know) and therefore it does give a sample of what people are thinking, even if they aren't willing to say it. In short...We're in a lot of trouble. There are a lot of really morally-bankrupt and confused people who vote, who take up torches, etc.

    Knowing is half the battle...
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  • Posted by Lucky 2 months ago
    Over the years I have known and spoken with many people, some you could say -of color.
    Colors range from brown specks on pink (Irish freckled), as black as skin gets on an Indian ethnic from S.Africa, to a Portuguese who I thought was brown, 4ft to 7ft Africans, and many east Asians. They may be some who think like that but none of the many I have known. At the risk of racism (writing fast and small) the nearest I've met to have spoken like that have been whitey about 20 year olds.
    In brief - No.
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