23 July, 2019

People “Of Color”

Posted by Socrates in blacks, race, race baloney, Socrates, white nationalism, White philosophy, White thought at 1:42 pm | Permanent Link

That’s a common expression today. It is said daily by negroes: “As a person of color, I am offended…”

Note: “In physics, a color is visible light with a specific wavelength. Black and white are not colors because they do not have specific wavelengths.”

However, most White people are also “of color.” Because most Whites are actually off-white/beige/tan, to varying degrees. So Whites are “people of color”! (Most Blacks are really Brown, but some Blacks are really Black! So they are not “of color”! How ironic).


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  7. 4 Responses to “People “Of Color””

    1. Wes Says:

      Same with rainbow.
      There isn’t any black or brown in a rainbow. The entire rainbow is from WHITE light.

      Lets truly make this a “rainbow nation”, no blacks or browns.

    2. Wes Says:

      Same with rainbow.
      There isn’t any black or brown in a rainbow. The entire rainbow is from WHITE light.

      Lets truly make this a “rainbow nation”, no blacks or browns.

    3. Adolf Satan Says:

      The glorious fundamental transformation improvementation means the Kwanstain will be a Zimbabwe/Cuba/Venezuela hybrid utopia. Forward!

    4. Antagonistes Says:

      When I fill out a questionnaire, I cross out “White” for ethnicity, and write, “Anglo-Norman Celtic.”

      In art theory, black and white are NOT colors, and do not appear on any color wheel. They are used to make a “shade” (adding black) or a “tint” (adding white).

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