5 October, 2019

Some White People Still Caring About What Black People Think. Why?

Posted by Socrates in 'Black Lives Matter', Africa, African slavery, black behavior, black behavior vs. white behavior, black crime, Black IQ, Black mentality, college, educated morons, education, racial awareness among Whites, racism, racism accusations, Socrates, universities, War On White People at 12:34 pm | Permanent Link

An observation: it amazes me that, in this War On Whitey era, some White people still care about what Black people think — they’ll say to themselves, “I better call them ‘African-American’ instead of ‘Black.’ They seem to prefer that.” I mean, you’ve got to be kidding. Blacks are the most worthless people in human history, a failed race (just look at Africa), yet White people are worried about offending them! [1]. If you’re really worried about offending Blacks, you’ve got a huge problem, White man — even Carl Jung couldn’t help you. (Interesting trivia: I’ve noticed that college-educated Whites seem to be much more concerned about offending Blacks than blue-collar, no-college Whites. “Higher education,” huh? Why do they call it that?).

[1] anything “advanced” in Africa (e.g., highways, bridges, telephone lines) were installed/made by Whites, not by Blacks

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  7. 2 Responses to “Some White People Still Caring About What Black People Think. Why?”

    1. Joel Says:

      “Higher education”, huh? Why do they call it that?

      Because they’re stupid yuppies

    2. Joel Says:

      Why do some White people care what Black people think?

      Because they believe they were Wise Black Scientists.