Insane SJW examples of bullshit "microaggressions"

Haggis

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The lows fake news out-lets will stoop to these days :vom
I don't believe that Republican fuckwits would seize upon a Democrat looking cool, sexy and relatable while having harmless fun with friends in college days, and try to use it as an attack. :lol:


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This is tricky, and I think you have to give him the benefit of the doubt. Sure, he COULD be racist and intending to say "coon", but the fact is that people say things like "par cark" instead of "car park" and sometimes combine words by accident. Moreover, the entire notion of "the Freudian slip" has been proved to be bullshit. Saying a sexual word by accident does not mean the person was thinking about sex.

What he said was "Dr Martin Luther Kun-King Jr". He cuts himself off at the n sound of "coon" or "kun" depending how you want to see it.

And this makes sense if he was accidentally combining the next two words of the name after "Luther". "King" followed by "Junior" would give you the first letter "K" and then the vowel sound of "Junior" which is "Un". He was on the verge of saying "Kunior" instead of "King Junior". Caught himself messing up, cut himself off at "Kun" and corrected it to "King Junior".

Now. Could that be an excuse made by a racist? Sure...it could be. Is it very likely? No. Is the habit of people when speaking quickly to muddle up sounds and accidentally combine two words very well established and observed? Yes.

I am not 100% on this. He could be a racist twat who refers to MLK as "Coon Jr" at home. But the evidence is simply not there based off this audio alone.

Here is the audio for anyone who wants to listen to it.

 
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Has anyone followed that story about the 7 year-old black girl who was shot dead in Texas? The mother said a white man was the culprit and that she believed it was racially motivated, so as you can imagine the media were all over it. I saw it because despite being a US story, The Independent and Guardian ran with it (predictably) and it was being shared on social media. However, it turns out that the killer was black and the mother lied and it is now alleged that the whole thing happened as part of a drug deal gone wrong. But The Independent and Guardian haven't updated or corrected the story, it appears they have just deleted it all together, like it never happened. Apparently other media outlets have been doing the same. Unreal really and shows these 'journalists' for the race bating, agenda peddling scum bags they are.
 
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The lows fake news out-lets will stoop to these days :vom
Interesting. I find it hard to listen to those videos that use computer programs to speak their words, but if everything in that video is true, then it is absolutely nauseating and genuinely looks like a completely fabricated account to promote a story of her as cool. To the point, that I'd think it quite probable that a NY Times journalist set it up themselves purely to create the story.
I don't believe that Republican fuckwits would seize upon a Democrat looking cool, sexy and relatable while having harmless fun with friends in college days, and try to use it as an attack. :lol:
You've missed the point here. If that video is correct...

You have a Twitter account set up in early Jan 2019 that has barely any tweets, tweeting the video of her dancing and with the mocking comment. You then have, only 3 hours later the NY Times running a story about the tweet and how it "backfired". A complete nothing account that was just set up, puts out a tweet with less than 60 retweets, and it makes it into a NY Times article, complete with the original video and comments of people who think it looks great, all in 3 hours from the original tweet going out?

That's a staged piece of genuinely fake "journalism".

IF...the video is accurate. I'd like to check it out more.
 
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Haggis

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Interesting. I find it hard to listen to those videos that use computer programs to speak their words, but if everything in that video is true, then it is absolutely nauseating and genuinely looks like a completely fabricated account to promote a story of her as cool. To the point, that I'd think it quite probable that a NY Times journalist set it up themselves purely to create the story.


You've missed the point here. If that video is correct...

You have a Twitter account set up in early Jan 2019 that has barely any tweets, tweeting the video of her dancing and with the mocking comment. You then have, only 3 hours later the NY Times running a story about the tweet and how it "backfired". A complete nothing account that was just set up, puts out a tweet with less than 60 retweets, and it makes it into a NY Times article, complete with the original video and comments of people who think it looks great, all in 3 hours from the original tweet going out?

That's a staged piece of genuinely fake "journalism".

IF...the video is accurate. I'd like to check it out more.
Yeah that's certainly not a good look if it's true. Definitely worthy of significant criticism. I haven't bothered to look into it, but if somebody fact checks it, then of course I'll be happy to pour scorn on the NYT for running it. I don't immediately and completely trust asshole Youtubers with electronic voiceboxes, though. :lol:

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Yeah that's certainly not a good look if it's true. Definitely worthy of significant criticism. I haven't bothered to look into it, but if somebody fact checks it, then of course I'll be happy to pour scorn on the NYT for running it. I don't immediately and completely trust asshole Youtubers with electronic voiceboxes, though. :lol:

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Absolutely. The channel has its own agenda, and those voicebox things always raise a red flag. However, if it is accurate, then as far as I am concerned, someone at the NY Times literally set up that twitter account to send out that tweet in order to create the basis for a story. It is going to be tricky now, as the account has gone.
 
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Absolutely. The channel has its own agenda, and those voicebox things always raise a red flag. However, if it is accurate, then as far as I am concerned, someone at the NY Times literally set up that twitter account to send out that tweet in order to create the basis for a story. It is going to be tricky now, as the account has gone.
It's crucial to accept fact checkers and debunkers on both sides. I would like this one to be true, and I would LOVE to believe the "Trump quote" from a TV interview in the '80s when he said that Republican voters are dumb as fuck and would believe any bullshit he fed them..... but he never said that, it's made up. You have to be honest about bullshit on both sides, even if it's telling you stuff that you are predisposed to want to believe. That's so, so important.

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It's crucial to accept fact checkers and debunkers on both sides. I would like this one to be true, and I would LOVE to believe the "Trump quote" from a TV interview in the '80s when he said that Republican voters are dumb as fuck and would believe any bullshit he fed them..... but he never said that, it's made up. You have to be honest about bullshit on both sides, even if it's telling you stuff that you are predisposed to want to believe. That's so, so important.

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Absolutely.

Here is an article from Newsweek...look at the headline. "Conservatives Mock Alexandria...everyone else thinks it's adorable".

https://www.newsweek.com/alexndria-ocasio-cortez-conservatives-dancing-video-1278950?utm_source=Twitter&utm_medium=Social&utm_campaign=NewsweekTwitter

Not a single quote from any conservative in the piece. So of course, Fox have picked up on that and rightly so. You have MSM just fabricating supposed incidents. The only mocking is from an anonymous Twitter handle with no history behind it, and that vanished immediately after. Very, very suspicious.
 
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Has anyone followed that story about the 7 year-old black girl who was shot dead in Texas? The mother said a white man was the culprit and that she believed it was racially motivated, so as you can imagine the media were all over it. I saw it because despite being a US story, The Independent and Guardian ran with it (predictably) and it was being shared on social media. However, it turns out that the killer was black and the mother lied and it is now alleged that the whole thing happened as part of a drug deal gone wrong. But The Independent and Guardian haven't updated or corrected the story, it appears they have just deleted it all together, like it never happened. Apparently other media outlets have been doing the same. Unreal really and shows these 'journalists' for the race bating, agenda peddling scum bags they are.
Mate, everyone has updated. The Independent not as much as the Guardian, and they just said it was not believed to be race related. But The Guardian has updated as things have unfolded, and identified the shooters once they were named and photographed too.

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/jazmine-barnes-murder-shooting-texas-racially-motivated-harris-county-walmart-a8713846.html

https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2019/jan/07/jazmine-barnes-shooting-shaun-king-tip-eric-black-jr

https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2019/jan/06/jazmine-barnes-killing-man-charged-houston

I also think it is pretty outrageous to say that the mum lied and it was a drug deal gone wrong. Where are you getting this from? It's not what the police are saying, or any media I can see. It is alleged to be that the gunmen got the wrong car and shot at someone they thought was someone else.

The mother saw her kid shot in the head at night. Amid the panic and fear, she sees several other cars and sees a white guy in a red pickup truck...and thinks "that's him". Now...MAYBE she lied, but what is more probable...she lied rather than have the person who just killed her kid and shot her in the arm captured, or she was mistaken?

If you were the white guy in a truck and suddenly nearby you saw someone shooting, what would you do? Drive the fuck away quickly. If you were shot at and in pain and panic, and looked out and saw someone driving the fuck away quickly...might you think that they were the culprit?

Police believe the guy in the truck was a witness fleeing the scene in fear. The issue here is that so many were quick to assume it was racist, quick to accept that narrative, and that sadly people like the mother are being convinced by the media that there's tons of violent, white, racists out there looking to kill black people. They exist, but the risk of being killed by one of these tiny number of loons is very small, and all people are most likely to be killed by someone of their own background.
 

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Yes, this is certainly a Liberal problem exclusively. Clearly there are no brainwashed morons on the Conservative side of the ledger.

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Any extreme ideologue is brainwashed, or stupid or both IMO.
 

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Interesting. I find it hard to listen to those videos that use computer programs to speak their words, but if everything in that video is true, then it is absolutely nauseating and genuinely looks like a completely fabricated account to promote a story of her as cool. To the point, that I'd think it quite probable that a NY Times journalist set it up themselves purely to create the story.
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Thats the dudes actual voice , he just has a strong yankee accent. You can tell by the way he changes the pitch and frequency of his speech. Those cpu voices just have the one continuous tone.

But this story was indeed fabricated by leftist media. Its complete journalistic fraud and the writers responsible would have been tarred and feathered out of a job in the past. They basically created a situation that set themselves up to win the moral high ground. They had to fake their oppositions faults to make themselves look morally superior.
They can't gain the higher ground on their own merits which is why Cortez refuses to debate anybody from the other side.

This journalistic dishonesty is not shamed but celebrated and thats very worrying. Frightening tbh.

This is what should of happened to all of them , and all who print stories they know are fake.


Thats not just a move either , that was based on real life events.
 
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This is tricky, and I think you have to give him the benefit of the doubt. Sure, he COULD be racist and intending to say "coon",
Do you or anyone else honestly believe he actually tried to say this on TV knowing with today's social climate he and his family would not only be ostracized, ridiculed and threatened for probably the rest of their lives? Give me a fucking break man.
 
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Do you or anyone else honestly believe he actually tried to say this on TV knowing with today's social climate he and his family would not only be ostracized, ridiculed and threatened for probably the rest of their lives? Give me a fucking break man.
Erm...no I don't. Did you read my post? :lol: I said COULD in capitals to point out it can't be 100% ruled out, but then I go on to point out how it almost certainly wasn't intentional.
 
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Erm...no I don't. Did you read my post? :lol: I said COULD in capitals to point out it can't be 100% ruled out, but then I go on to point out how it almost certainly wasn't intentional.
Nah man, I don't read your posts to the end. Usually. :smile

I guess what I was trying to say was even racist shit cunts wouldn't have said something like this in a similar position. Even a KKKlansman wouldn't have fucked his TV job up and say some shit like this on purpose. People going on and on about "oh he said it so he' racist and probably say it every damn day!" Fucking idiots.

On a slightly related note, when I was young back in the '80's and newstyle rap was just busting on the scene there were a lot of young black folk that were either into the East Coast or West Coast scene and had no love for the other side. One of the one's some people seemed to love to hate was L.L. Cool J. Take a quick guess at when they called him....and remember this was young black folks, not white hispanic or asian.
 
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I honestly can't believe people are that desperate for controversy that they would even suggest he did it deliberately.

Strike gave a perfect explanation in my opinion of how the error must have occurred. It's pretty obvious when you see it that way.
 
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I guess what I was trying to say was even racist shit cunts wouldn't have said something like this in a similar position. Even a KKKlansman wouldn't have fucked his TV job up and say some shit like this on purpose. People going on and on about "oh he said it so he' racist and probably say it every damn day!" Fucking idiots.
I don't think the argument is that he said it intentionally, it is that he says it in private and slipped up by saying it accidentally on air. Let's say you had a derogative nickname for some extended family member that you always used with your wife "Uncle Piss" instead of "Uncle Chris" (for arguments sake) because you thought he smelled bad. One Christmas he comes to the door and you say "Oh hey Uncle Piss...I mean Chris". It slipped out. You didn't intend to offend him or let him know about your private slur for him, but it came out off guard.

That is what people think happened here, and it COULD possibly be the case. I just think the evidence points to it being two words slurred together as he spoke quickly. People mess up on TV all the time, here is a video with ton of such examples...

 
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I remember a Sky Sports News host referring to Stockport County, deliberately and with malice in his heart, as Stockport CUNT-County.

I've written letters. I've tweeted. I've contacted my MP. This has been a sustained campaign over a number of years but he's still in a job and I've been made out to be some kind of lunatic. It's one rule for one...