It is, I can't talk about racism otherwise. Its deeply ingrained in our culture, if you want to bother with semantics over who is ultimately more guilty of racism I won't bother to join you, as someone of your mental ability can complete that task alone.>>10803323
Affirmative action includes other minorities. Its mostly the culture of racism in the black community that I have difficulty with, even though I realize that other ethnicities pretty much end up with the same bias towards other ethnicities. Blacks seem to believe that they are the only ethnicity being oppressed/judged. >>10803371>You should listen to me because I have an idea of what the fuck is going on, unlike most people, wouldn't you agree?
This should have been clear from your argument alone. Yes, I am a smart-ass.>As someone who actually knows black people very well, they're typically NOT racist because they are victims of racism.
I used to work with a couple of black people that were far better than me, in every way. I wouldn't bother arguing that all black people are racist, or that even this behavior is global. However, every conversation or action I've heard about with such a person makes them defined entirely by their skin color.
I would say that the black community seems terribly insecure, but to suggest that this is always the case on an individual basis is ludicrous.