Checking For Racism

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As a White, an American Whites especially, it is critically necessary to constantly check for racism in one’s thoughts, words, actions, and inactions. Not that is means checking yourself to see if you’re being a racist but checking to see how you’re being a racist. After all, as we’re nigh on constantly told either in dog-whistles or overtly, all Whites in America are racist even if – possibly especially if – they don’t think that they are.

That’s all “White Privilege,” “Systemic Racism,” “Implied Racism,” “Social Justice,” and being “Woke” mean – that all Whites are racist because they’re White and American. All these terms also mean that only Whites can be racist … again, because they’re White and American.

So, every White American – and also every Black considered by the “Black Community” to be “Not Black Enough,” e.g., Stacy Dash and Dr. Ben Carson, need to constantly check themselves lest they suffer the attacks of the SJWs and Blactivists.

Related Reading:

Sarcasms & Insults: Adult Coloring Book
Understanding and Dismantling Racism: The Twenty-First Century Challenge to White America (Facets)
Readings for Diversity and Social Justice
Society Of The Spectacle
Multiracial Identity and Racial Politics in the United States

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Hate Is Liberating

Hate is liberating. Oh, not any hate that might hold my heart or the hearts of my fellow Americans. No, it is the hatred chaining the hearts and minds of our domestic enemies, the Liberals, Progressives, and the various minorities agitators that they pander to- and enable that is liberating. And the more mindless and virulent their hate, the more liberated we become.

When all that we do and/or don’t do is declaimed as offensive, there is no longer a point in shackling our behavior or listening to their complaints.

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Hate Is Liberating – So, Some Aryan Beauties

So, here we go! Twelve Aryan beauties for our titillation. Fair-skinned, blonde-haired, blue-eyed babes who are sure to offend all those who hate them and us. Enjoy! Be liberated!

Related Reading:

The Thin Light of Freedom: The Civil War and Emancipation in the Heart of America
Prisoners of Hate: The Cognitive Basis of Anger, Hostility, and Violence
Why Are So Many Minority Students in Special Education?: Understanding Race and Disability in Schools, SECOND EDITION
In Defense of a Liberal Education
Freedom: A Novel (Oprah's Book Club)

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The Worst Racism

The Worst Racism Experienced In America Is That Experienced By A Cute Asian Girl Trying To Break Into Burlesque
The Worst Racism – An Asian Trying To Break Into Burlesque

The Blacks are almost always hooting, hollering, and jabbering about racism, and many of the Hispanics are right down there with them, at least when anyone tries to limit illegal immigration. The truth of the matter, however, is that it’s a subset of the “Good Minority,” the Asians, that suffer the greatest and more specifically pernicious racism in modern America.

Hellfire! Forget even the racism, bigotry, prejudice and “social justice” that Asians experience when trying to get into a decent college. The absolute worst and saddest for diversity’s sake racism is the racism even the cutest and most beautiful Asian girls face if and when they try to break into burlesque as a career. 😉

Really! They might as well just put up signs outside the audition halls reading Kerei On’nanoko and/or Piàoliang De Nǚhái need not apply.

Related Reading:

Signs of Sarcasm, Sass, and Silliness Coloring Book: Signs for Your Co Workers,: Signs for Your Co Workers, Family and Friends
Thriving in the Workplace with Autoimmune Disease: Know Your Rights, Resolve Conflict, and Reduce Stress
America: The Cookbook
Goop Clean Beauty

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