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Apparently, Asian, and Bitch: Detroit Rep. Bettie Cook Scott orn Asian opponent: Don't vote for the ching-chong! by Violet lkonomova August 16, 2018 at 11:09 AM comment v bizarre-transmission: thettasigma: ferventfox: awesome-everyday: internetdumpsterfires: Black people can’t be racist. Ugh, okay. The remark by this black woman was disrespectful and based on race. It was rude, bigoted and uncalled for. But no, in an anti black world, black people do not have the social, political or systemic financial power to be racist. Racism implies that beyond hurting and insulting that asian woman that this black woman is connected to a system that has the power to negatively impact this woman’s existence. That dark skinned black woman who’s an incumbent running for state office likely has about the same amount of systemic power as i do. And furthermore, there could be an argument made that deteoit is chocolate city and perhaps she does have that infrastructure of black networks to truly effect her opponent, but idk I was in Detroit last year and it looks a lot like Brooklyn does now. White and gentrified. White people with money, who control our political systems, finances, and predominant social narratives are claiming urban space like they’re colonizing pioneers looking to take the new world. Detroit isn’t the same anymore. Anyway, black people can be shitty insensitive bigots but we do not have the social capital to be racist, particularly not in the united states. “That dark skinned black woman who’s an incumbent running for state office likely has about the same amount of systemic power as i do.”  Ahahaha: No. A congressperson is the definition of systemic power. You can’t bitch about lack of political power when we are talking about elected politician.  Clearly the world isn’t so anti-black that it couldn’t vote her in.  Chang is also a first generation American, while Scott, to my knowledge, is not, and she specifically made anti-immigrant comments. She also has “power” within the context of her own ethnic community and she used that power to direct racism towards other African-Americans who supported Chang by implying they were somehow traitors, essentially dictating how they ought to act based on their race, particularly Chang’s husband for his interracial marriage (I don’t give a flying fuck what race you are, negative comments about interracial marriage and mixed race people are racist. period. end of story).  Even if I did accept the prejudice + power model or racism (which I don’t as that is neither the etymology or common usage of the word) Cook’s comments would certainly fit the bill. She made race based attacks on people based on types of marginalization that she is exempt from; and did so from a position of power partially gained by the fact that she is exempt from these types of discrimination.   It’s racist. Stop making excuses.  “That dark skinned woman who’s an incumbent running for office likely has about the same amount of systematic power as I do.” Is this person on drugs? They’re claiming that… A political person… A congresswoman… Has no power in the country in which she was elected… By the populace… As a politician. That, or they’re a politician too. Apparently we can say anything now and it makes sense. Huh. Also these remarks are the absolute epitomy of racism and if anyone refuses to see it, they’re not purely misinformed. They are delusional. *literally calls an Asian person ching chong*“How dare you say I’m being racist??” Thank you for attending today’s lecture on cognitive dissonance.
Apparently, Asian, and Bitch: Detroit Rep. Bettie
 Cook Scott orn
 Asian opponent:
 Don't vote for the
 ching-chong!
 by Violet lkonomova August 16, 2018 at 11:09 AM
 comment v
bizarre-transmission:

thettasigma:
ferventfox:

awesome-everyday:

internetdumpsterfires:
Black people can’t be racist.

Ugh, okay. The remark by this black woman was disrespectful and based on race. It was rude, bigoted and uncalled for.
But no, in an anti black world, black people do not have the social, political or systemic financial power to be racist. Racism implies that beyond hurting and insulting that asian woman that this black woman is connected to a system that has the power to negatively impact this woman’s existence. That dark skinned black woman who’s an incumbent running for state office likely has about the same amount of systemic power as i do.
And furthermore, there could be an argument made that deteoit is chocolate city and perhaps she does have that infrastructure of black networks to truly effect her opponent, but idk I was in Detroit last year and it looks a lot like Brooklyn does now. White and gentrified. White people with money, who control our political systems, finances, and predominant social narratives are claiming urban space like they’re colonizing pioneers looking to take the new world. Detroit isn’t the same anymore.
Anyway, black people can be shitty insensitive bigots but we do not have the social capital to be racist, particularly not in the united states.

“That dark skinned black woman who’s an incumbent running for state office likely has about the same amount of systemic power as i do.” 
Ahahaha: No. A congressperson is the definition of systemic power. You can’t bitch about lack of political power when we are talking about elected politician.  Clearly the world isn’t so anti-black that it couldn’t vote her in. 
Chang is also a first generation American, while Scott, to my knowledge, is not, and she specifically made anti-immigrant comments. She also has “power” within the context of her own ethnic community and she used that power to direct racism towards other African-Americans who supported Chang by implying they were somehow traitors, essentially dictating how they ought to act based on their race, particularly Chang’s husband for his interracial marriage (I don’t give a flying fuck what race you are, negative comments about interracial marriage and mixed race people are racist. period. end of story). 
Even if I did accept the prejudice + power model or racism (which I don’t as that is neither the etymology or common usage of the word) Cook’s comments would certainly fit the bill. She made race based attacks on people based on types of marginalization that she is exempt from; and did so from a position of power partially gained by the fact that she is exempt from these types of discrimination.   It’s racist. Stop making excuses. 


“That dark skinned woman who’s an incumbent running for office likely has about the same amount of systematic power as I do.”
Is this person on drugs? They’re claiming that… A political person… A congresswoman… Has no power in the country in which she was elected… By the populace… As a politician. That, or they’re a politician too. 
Apparently we can say anything now and it makes sense. Huh.
Also these remarks are the absolute epitomy of racism and if anyone refuses to see it, they’re not purely misinformed. They are delusional. 
*literally calls an Asian person ching chong*“How dare you say I’m being racist??” 

Thank you for attending today’s lecture on cognitive dissonance.

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Being Alone, Cars, and Dank: Voice o reason @Voiceoreason6 Rape prevention tips Rape Prevention Tips Don't put drugs in women's drinks 7 Remember, people go to the laundry room to 2 When you see a woman walking by herself, do their laundry. Do not attempt to molest someone who is alone in a laundry room. leave her alone 8 Use the Buddy System! If it is inconvenient for If you pull over to help a woman whose car has If you are in an elevator and a woman 5 When you encounter a woman who is asleep, 6 Never creep into a woman's home through an you to stop yourself from raping women, ask a trusted friend to accompany you at broken down, remember not to rape her all times. 9 Carry a rape whistle. If you find that you are gets in, don't rape her about to rape someone, blow the whistle until someone comes to stop you. 10 Don't forget: Honesty is the best policy. When asking a woman out on a date, don't pretend that you are interested in her as a person; tell her straight up that you expect to be raping her later. If you dont communicate your intentions, the woman may take it as a sign that you do not plan to rape her the safest course of action is to not rape her unlocked door or window, or spring out at her from between parked cars, or rape her Graphic by Wendy French 2018/06/20, 17:18 58 Retweets 37 Likes This should go without saying but here we are ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ by googlion FOLLOW HERE 4 MORE MEMES.
Being Alone, Cars, and Dank: Voice o reason
 @Voiceoreason6
 Rape prevention tips
 Rape Prevention Tips
 Don't put drugs in women's drinks
 7 Remember, people go to the laundry room to
 2 When you see a woman walking by herself,
 do their laundry. Do not attempt to molest
 someone who is alone in a laundry room.
 leave her alone
 8 Use the Buddy System! If it is inconvenient for
 If you pull over to help a woman whose car has
 If you are in an elevator and a woman
 5 When you encounter a woman who is asleep,
 6 Never creep into a woman's home through an
 you to stop yourself from raping women, ask a
 trusted friend to accompany you at
 broken down, remember not to rape her
 all times.
 9 Carry a rape whistle. If you find that you are
 gets in, don't rape her
 about to rape someone, blow the whistle
 until someone comes to stop you.
 10 Don't forget: Honesty is the best policy. When
 asking a woman out on a date, don't pretend that
 you are interested in her as a person; tell her straight
 up that you expect to be raping her later. If you dont
 communicate your intentions, the woman may take it
 as a sign that you do not plan to rape her
 the safest course of action is to not rape her
 unlocked door or window, or spring out at her
 from between parked cars, or rape her
 Graphic by Wendy French
 2018/06/20, 17:18
 58 Retweets 37 Likes
This should go without saying but here we are ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ by googlion
FOLLOW HERE 4 MORE MEMES.

This should go without saying but here we are ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ by googlion FOLLOW HERE 4 MORE MEMES.

Chris Hemsworth, Cute, and Instagram: It's my duty to bring you all the important Hemsworth news. And today, I have a big announcement. It's this photo of Chris Hemsworth's arm. And the rest of him too. And also his dog. instagram.com Now, you may be asking yourself, "Isn't this just a photo of Chris Hemsworth? How is this news?" To which I say, please turn your attention to exhibit A and exhibit B. Exhibit B Exhibit A Right about now you're probably asking, "Wait, someone got PAID to write this?!" To which I say, yes, yes I did. 70 And you might be tempted to ask, "Oh so it's okay to objectify men and not women?! Isn't this just reverse sexism?!" To which I say, NO THAT'S NOT A THING, learn some basic Gender Studies 101, and understand the systemic power imbalances inherent in the patriarchy that render men as subjects even when viewed through the female gaze, therefore making it literally impossible for them to be objectified, i.e. reduced to nothing more than sexual objects. Also, there's a cute dog. <p><a href="https://buzzfeed.tumblr.com/post/173499275032/weirdbuzzfeed-excuse-me-here-is-a-very-important" class="tumblr_blog">buzzfeed</a>:</p> <blockquote><p><a href="http://weirdbuzzfeed.tumblr.com/post/173499074484/excuse-me-here-is-a-very-important-photo-of-chris" class="tumblr_blog">weirdbuzzfeed</a>:</p><blockquote><h2><a href="https://bzfd.it/2reWPrV">Excuse Me, Here Is A Very Important Photo Of Chris Hemsworth’s Arm</a></h2></blockquote> <h2>:)<br/></h2></blockquote> <p><a class="tumblelog" href="https://tmblr.co/mqQkSZkMQiMg6dntGRktsJw">@buzzfeed</a> should be obiterated from earth for allowing this garbage to reach human eyes.</p>
Chris Hemsworth, Cute, and Instagram: It's my duty to bring you all the important Hemsworth news.
 And today, I have a big announcement.

 It's this photo of Chris Hemsworth's arm. And the rest of
 him too. And also his dog.

 instagram.com

 Now, you may be asking yourself, "Isn't this just a photo of
 Chris Hemsworth? How is this news?" To which I say, please
 turn your attention to exhibit A and exhibit B.
 Exhibit B
 Exhibit A

 Right about now you're probably asking, "Wait, someone
 got PAID to write this?!"
 To which I say, yes, yes I did.
 70
 And you might be tempted to ask, "Oh so it's okay to
 objectify men and not women?! Isn't this just reverse
 sexism?!"
 To which I say, NO THAT'S NOT A THING, learn some basic Gender Studies 101, and
 understand the systemic power imbalances inherent in the patriarchy that render men as
 subjects even when viewed through the female gaze, therefore making it literally impossible
 for them to be objectified, i.e. reduced to nothing more than sexual objects.
 Also, there's a cute dog.
<p><a href="https://buzzfeed.tumblr.com/post/173499275032/weirdbuzzfeed-excuse-me-here-is-a-very-important" class="tumblr_blog">buzzfeed</a>:</p>

<blockquote><p><a href="http://weirdbuzzfeed.tumblr.com/post/173499074484/excuse-me-here-is-a-very-important-photo-of-chris" class="tumblr_blog">weirdbuzzfeed</a>:</p><blockquote><h2><a href="https://bzfd.it/2reWPrV">Excuse Me, Here Is A Very Important Photo Of Chris Hemsworth’s Arm</a></h2></blockquote>
<h2>:)<br/></h2></blockquote>

<p><a class="tumblelog" href="https://tmblr.co/mqQkSZkMQiMg6dntGRktsJw">@buzzfeed</a> should be obiterated from earth for allowing this garbage to reach human eyes.</p>

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Af, America, and Apparently: FOX NEWS .com Twisted Ivy: Harvard students say US bigger threat to world peace than ISIS Published October 08, 2014| FoxNews.com CAMPUS REFORM They got most of their SAT questions right, but students at Harvard blew this lay-up posed by the college blog Campus Reform: Who is the bigger threat to world peace, ISIS or the U.S.? Various students at the hallowed Ivy League school said they believe that America, not the Muslim fanatics who behead innocent people, is the biggest threat to world peace. The students were interviewed on the quad by Campus Reform on Saturday, and the shocking video was posted on Tuesday As a Westem evization were to b taot af he pratwe'e facing now," one student said during an interview. "I don't think anyone would argue that we didn't create the problem of ISIS, ourselves." Most of the other students interviewed shared the same sentiment- that ISIS would not exist had it not been for the past actions of the U.S. American imperialism and our protection of oil interests in the Middle East are destabilizing the region and allowing groups like ISIS to gain power," said another student. Caleb Bonham, editor of Campus Reform, conducted the interviews and said that the students' response is nothing new. "This video demonstrates the absurdity behind the bash America fad," Bonham told FoxNews.com. "Unfortunately, too many students think it is intellectual to try and piece together a reason why America is a greater threat than this terrorist organization trying to establish a caliphate through public executions, bombings and beheadings zarekthelordofthefries: writingfail: thebaconsandwichofregret: lizzysmart: sandandglass: Fox News shocked that Harvard students think the US is a greater threat to world peace than ISIS. Students who don’t agree with Fox are ‘twisted’, elitist and wrong apparently.  Source Next Gen STAND UP Did they miss the part where these kids said that ISIS wouldn’t exist without Imperialist intervention in areas like the Middle East? (I’m not singling out America because I’m British and we’ve been fucking up the world since long before America has) I love how the Harvard students give strong arguments on why the U.S. (and its allies, of course, such as Canada and Western Europe) is one of the biggest threats to world peace and all Fox News can say is “this–this is just a FAD” I think it’s really notable that their answers inherently understand the question itself moreso than Fox does, too. The question isn’t “who are the worse people” or something, it’s “who causes the biggest threat to world peace.” It’s clear that Fox doesn’t even understand what they’re asking since their only argument for ISIS being the bigger threat to world peace is that they behead people. Like, yeah, beheading people is really fucking bad, but that doesn’t mean any serial killer who’s ever beheaded anyone is a major threat to world peace. They don’t grasp that it’s the systemic power of these forces and their historical abuse of that power that makes them threats, and that no moral or philosophical ideology will make the US a lesser threat to world peace (but of course they don’t fuckin get that power is the most important factor, they’re fuckin fascists).
Af, America, and Apparently: FOX
 NEWS
 .com
 Twisted Ivy: Harvard students say US bigger
 threat to world peace than ISIS
 Published October 08, 2014| FoxNews.com

 CAMPUS
 REFORM

 They got most of their SAT questions right, but students at Harvard blew this
 lay-up posed by the college blog Campus Reform: Who is the bigger threat to
 world peace, ISIS or the U.S.?
 Various students at the hallowed Ivy League school said they believe that
 America, not the Muslim fanatics who behead innocent people, is the biggest
 threat to world peace.
 The students were interviewed on the quad by Campus Reform on Saturday,
 and the shocking video was posted on Tuesday
 As a Westem evization were to b
 taot af he pratwe'e
 facing now," one student said during an interview. "I don't think anyone would
 argue that we didn't create the problem of ISIS, ourselves."
 Most of the other students interviewed shared the same sentiment- that ISIS
 would not exist had it not been for the past actions of the U.S.
 American imperialism and our protection of oil interests in the Middle East are
 destabilizing the region and allowing groups like ISIS to gain power," said
 another student.
 Caleb Bonham, editor of Campus Reform, conducted the interviews and said
 that the students' response is nothing new.
 "This video demonstrates the absurdity behind the bash America fad," Bonham
 told FoxNews.com. "Unfortunately, too many students think it is intellectual to
 try and piece together a reason why America is a greater threat than this terrorist
 organization trying to establish a caliphate through public executions, bombings
 and beheadings
zarekthelordofthefries:

writingfail:

thebaconsandwichofregret:

lizzysmart:

sandandglass:

Fox News shocked that Harvard students think the US is a greater threat to world peace than ISIS. Students who don’t agree with Fox are ‘twisted’, elitist and wrong apparently. 
Source

Next Gen STAND UP

Did they miss the part where these kids said that ISIS wouldn’t exist without Imperialist intervention in areas like the Middle East? (I’m not singling out America because I’m British and we’ve been fucking up the world since long before America has)

I love how the Harvard students give strong arguments on why the U.S. (and its allies, of course, such as Canada and Western Europe) is one of the biggest threats to world peace and all Fox News can say is “this–this is just a FAD”

I think it’s really notable that their answers inherently understand the question itself moreso than Fox does, too. The question isn’t “who are the worse people” or something, it’s “who causes the biggest threat to world peace.” It’s clear that Fox doesn’t even understand what they’re asking since their only argument for ISIS being the bigger threat to world peace is that they behead people. Like, yeah, beheading people is really fucking bad, but that doesn’t mean any serial killer who’s ever beheaded anyone is a major threat to world peace. They don’t grasp that it’s the systemic power of these forces and their historical abuse of that power that makes them threats, and that no moral or philosophical ideology will make the US a lesser threat to world peace (but of course they don’t fuckin get that power is the most important factor, they’re fuckin fascists).

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Drugs, Jail, and Memes: ethiopienne Pro-tip: white privilege doesn't mean white people have perfect lives. It means that white people do not have to deal with institutionalized, systemic racism in addition to their everyday problems. It means institutionalized, systemic racism does not cause white people's everyday problems. If your first reaction is to be angry and comment why this is wrong, take a deep breath, slowly read the post again and wait for the words to sink in. Think about what this is saying and try to deeply consider what this means, especially coming from someone who is not white. No one is saying white people have perfect lives, don't have problems, or even that there's no way they can be bullied-discrimanated against because of how they look. The difference is that racism isn't just a feeling or thought, it's INSTITUTIONALIZED and SYSTEMATIC, which means that you have laws (Jim Crow, housing discrimination, voter ID laws-voter discrimination, redlining), history, powerful figures, etc etc etc against you, not just individuals being rude to you. Yes you can be white and poor, you can be white and be bullied, you can be white and have problems. It's just that these problems are NOT reinforced by or due to a historic, systematic, institutional oppression based solely on your race-ethnicity. In the US for example, the country was built by white men with laws for white men. Over time, many of these laws have changed: ex. everyone has the legal right to vote now, slavery is illegal, Jim Crow laws no longer exist. Unfortunately, these laws don't just end; they evolve. All people can vote, yet voter ID laws disproportionately prevent people of color in poor communities from voting. Slavery is illegal, yet black men disproportionately fill jail cells and are exploited for their labor while privatized prisons profit off their incarceration (see: war on drugs, or "13th" on Netflix). I can list examples like those two all day, but the point is that people of color continue to face institutionalized, systematic racism that has legal & political backing and an entire history causing and justifying it. White people do not have to deal with that, hence the term "white privilege." And, again, no one is saying white people don't have problems. That's not what "white privilege" means.
Drugs, Jail, and Memes: ethiopienne
 Pro-tip: white privilege
 doesn't mean white
 people have perfect lives.
 It means that white people do not have to
 deal with institutionalized, systemic racism in
 addition to their everyday problems. It means
 institutionalized, systemic racism does not
 cause white people's everyday problems.
If your first reaction is to be angry and comment why this is wrong, take a deep breath, slowly read the post again and wait for the words to sink in. Think about what this is saying and try to deeply consider what this means, especially coming from someone who is not white. No one is saying white people have perfect lives, don't have problems, or even that there's no way they can be bullied-discrimanated against because of how they look. The difference is that racism isn't just a feeling or thought, it's INSTITUTIONALIZED and SYSTEMATIC, which means that you have laws (Jim Crow, housing discrimination, voter ID laws-voter discrimination, redlining), history, powerful figures, etc etc etc against you, not just individuals being rude to you. Yes you can be white and poor, you can be white and be bullied, you can be white and have problems. It's just that these problems are NOT reinforced by or due to a historic, systematic, institutional oppression based solely on your race-ethnicity. In the US for example, the country was built by white men with laws for white men. Over time, many of these laws have changed: ex. everyone has the legal right to vote now, slavery is illegal, Jim Crow laws no longer exist. Unfortunately, these laws don't just end; they evolve. All people can vote, yet voter ID laws disproportionately prevent people of color in poor communities from voting. Slavery is illegal, yet black men disproportionately fill jail cells and are exploited for their labor while privatized prisons profit off their incarceration (see: war on drugs, or "13th" on Netflix). I can list examples like those two all day, but the point is that people of color continue to face institutionalized, systematic racism that has legal & political backing and an entire history causing and justifying it. White people do not have to deal with that, hence the term "white privilege." And, again, no one is saying white people don't have problems. That's not what "white privilege" means.

If your first reaction is to be angry and comment why this is wrong, take a deep breath, slowly read the post again and wait for the words t...