Insane SJW examples of bullshit "microaggressions"

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...
The first syllable of my surname rhymes with fuck.
Pretty much every person I’ve ever met would be eating out of soup kitchens if I snitched.
 
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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.
TYT supposedly went balls deep in that story. I remember getting a recommendation from that Aussie AIU kangroo motherfucker where he talked about this. I didn't know the whole story was fake, though.
 
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TYT supposedly went balls deep in that story. I remember getting a recommendation from that Aussie AIU kangroo motherfucker where he talked about this. I didn't know the whole story was fake, though.
It wasn't really fake, it was (almost certainly) mistaken identity and the mum seeing a fleeing witness and thinking they were the shooter.
 
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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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This is the 5th time that a newscaster has been caught saying Coon while trying to say Martin Luther King. Who knows how many times it has happened shen it did not come to anyone's attention. It is obviously something that can happen when you quickly say Martin Luther King Junior . A few race baiters including the Mayor made an issue of it. There has been some push back but there should be more. Sooner or later people are going to have to put an end to this crap.
 

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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...


I don't buy that shit for one second. When you're reading fast as you can from a teleprompter shit gets tongue tied, try it sometime.
 
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I don't buy that shit for one second. When you're reading fast as you can from a teleprompter shit gets tongue tied, try it sometime.
Aye, I agree with you. You seem to be having some difficulty understanding my posts. I was just telling you what the other argument is, not that he intended to say, but that it slipped out. I then posted that I believe it to be him mixing two words together (same as you believe) and then posted a whole video of news readers getting tongue tied to show how common it is.
 

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Aye, I agree with you. You seem to be having some difficulty understanding my posts. I was just telling you what the other argument is, not that he intended to say, but that it slipped out. I then posted that I believe it to be him mixing two words together (same as you believe) and then posted a whole video of news readers getting tongue tied to show how common it is.
I hear you. I just think those people with that argument are full of shit race baiting cock knockers. This is their mentality, and it's crazy how many people believe it to be true:



I know it's tough for people outside the States to fathom, but outward racism, inward racism, collective racism, it's all relatively unfathomable to most people, especially white people on the whole here. It's just not part of their lives. As a minority myself I can honestly say the most of the "racism" (original definition of racism) we see is outwardly displayed by hispanic/latino and black people. And most of that is usually because of bad situations they have been through in fucked up neighborhoods growing up. Most minorities become racist here because they've been dealt some tough interactions with other minority races. All this white privilege and minorities can't be racists is fucking bullshit, and the race baiters know this.
 
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I hear you. I just think those people with that argument are full of shit race baiting cock knockers. This is their mentality, and it's crazy how many people believe it to be true:



I know it's tough for people outside the States to fathom, but outward racism, inward racism, collective racism, it's all relatively unfathomable to most people, especially white people on the whole here. It's just not part of their lives. As a minority myself I can honestly say the most of the "racism" (original definition of racism) we see is outwardly displayed by hispanic/latino and black people. And most of that is usually because of bad situations they have been through in fucked up neighborhoods growing up. Most minorities become racist here because they've been dealt some tough interactions with other minority races. All this white privilege and minorities can't be racists is fucking bullshit, and the race baiters know this.

Lets face it, this is just a way for racists to get a white guy fired. We all know this. I live near that town and know the area well. The mayor is a racebaiter and she is the one who started it. She actually had a lawsuit filed against her today for a different racebaiting incident where she got a principal fired.



The question is when will white people say enough.

I agree with you about people not living in the US. They really should not talk about correct US race relations ( unless they agree with me ) because they could not understand. There are a ton of white who want to be left alone and if you lived in the States you would understand it. There are a ton of black people who want to do things like get white people fired or see white people hassled for no reason. Steve on this board is one and he admitted it not even thinking it was a big deal.
 
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It wasn't really fake, it was (almost certainly) mistaken identity and the mum seeing a fleeing witness and thinking they were the shooter.
IMHO the issue wasn't the mistake in identifying the shooter originally

it was the way the story was covered

the fact it was covered at all really,nationally

the ONLY reason was that it was thought a white man shot a black kid and almost every 'news' outlet,ESPECIALLY TYT,used it as a jumping off point to talk about how racist white people are,how right wing violence is crazy etc etc etc

a huge reward,people pushing the hashtag on twitter,folks putting up money for the funeral and the rest................ALL because it was thought to be a white guy who did the shooting

how many other kids got shot that week?

the past month?

does ANYONE know their names?

the media betrays its biases by what it chooses to cover and what it chooses to ignore.............

the whole thing is a window into the way 'news' works................and the outrage machine too
 
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for example yall

2 children killed in quadruple fatal shooting
https://kplr11.com/2018/12/29/police-searching-for-suspect-in-deadly-shooting-in-st-charles-city/


this happened what,the day before the texas shooting?

but it didnt make even a dent in the national,never mind international news

and TYT didnt cover it

weirdly,the VICTIMS of the white killer were white..............

hardly a story

no celebrities giving money for funeral expenses..........

no nothing



the day before that?

Little Rock homicide victims ID'd as mother, 2-year-old son
https://www.arkansasonline.com/news...homicide-victims-idd-mother-2-year-old/?crime


mom and child shot dead in their car.............both victims black

no national news

no celebrities

no rewards posted on twitter

seems they dont know the 'race' of the suspected shooter and so its not a big deal



fuck the news
 
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IMHO the issue wasn't the mistake in identifying the shooter originally

it was the way the story was covered
That's fair.
the fact it was covered at all really,nationally

the ONLY reason was that it was thought a white man shot a black kid and almost every 'news' outlet,ESPECIALLY TYT,used it as a jumping off point to talk about how racist white people are,how right wing violence is crazy etc etc etc
I don't agree fully. I think it got covered also because a 7 year old girl was killed. A child sat with her mum in a car being gunned down in what looked to be a targeted shooting is shocking even within a nation of high gun crime. But for sure the "it was a racist" narrative helped that exposure.
 
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I don't live there yet.
I actually agree with Pete on the issue of giving a badged official more respect than a civilian for the the simple fact that they are wearing a badge.
However, this is completely seperate from the notion that a badged official should be given more leeway, or being exempt, from the the same standards or laws than the rest of us.
 
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That's fair.

I don't agree fully. I think it got covered also because a 7 year old girl was killed. A child sat with her mum in a car being gunned down in what looked to be a targeted shooting is shocking even within a nation of high gun crime. But for sure the "it was a racist" narrative helped that exposure.
I disagree

the news was quiet on a two year old and his mom being clearly 'targeted' and killed in the other story I linked,for example

why?


'racism' is the ONLY reason the texas story got covered ...................to the extent it was covered..............and its the only reason celebrities got upset and folks put up money for a reward and the rest.........

here is a list of kids shot and killed over the past couple of months

https://www.gunviolencearchive.org/children-killed


how many of them got international coverage?

go through them and see if you can spot WHY they were largely ignored by the media,especially the national media and,of course,the international media

why no celebrity donations to their families?

no twitter outrage?

its a fucking farce.............
 
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I disagree

the news was quiet on a two year old and his mom being clearly 'targeted' and killed in the other story I linked,for example

why?


'racism' is the ONLY reason the texas story got covered ...................to the extent it was covered..............and its the only reason celebrities got upset and folks put up money for a reward and the rest.........

here is a list of kids shot and killed over the past couple of months

https://www.gunviolencearchive.org/children-killed


how many of them got international coverage?

go through them and see if you can spot WHY they were largely ignored by the media,especially the national media and,of course,the international media

why no celebrity donations to their families?

no twitter outrage?

its a fucking farce.............
I don't know how any human being cannot see something so obvious at this point.

FACT- If a white person does something to a black person it is usually huge news and individual acts are not big news unless the race issue can be played. How could anyone still be blind to this after the Martin/Zimmerman case?
 
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I don't know how any human being cannot see something so obvious at this point.

FACT- If a white person does something to a black person it is usually huge news and individual acts are not big news unless the race issue can be played. How could anyone still be blind to this after the Martin/Zimmerman case?
Id say this is a far more obvious race baiting selective outrage type case than the Zimmerman thing.................that was a circus for a number of other reasons as well.............but,yeah,in general,the trend is glaringly obvious and as transparent as can be..................
 
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I disagree

the news was quiet on a two year old and his mom being clearly 'targeted' and killed in the other story I linked,for example

why?
I am sure race was a major component, but I don't think it was the only reason. Firstly, in the case you mentioned there was not witness, no grieving, wounded mother to speak to the press. Likewise, in the quadruple slaying it was a domestic violence case, very different to a complete stranger shooting a kid and the mother, with the mother surviving and giving a description to police.



https://www.gunviolencearchive.org/children-killed


how many of them got international coverage?

go through them and see if you can spot WHY they were largely ignored by the media,especially the national media and,of course,the international media
I'm not doubting the role of race, I am saying it is not the only reason. Sometimes it is hard to know why a case grabs national attention. But obviously if a survivor of an incident speaks out and draws attention to it, and a local community buy into the "racist" angle, then yeah it will be bigger news. I haven't got the time to look through all the incidents on that list, but of the first 5...one is the 4 person domestic incident, one is the case we are discussing with the big media attention, another is a murder suicide that looks domestic, the first is also domestic.

Had a look at two more...one was the one you just listed, the next was another domestic with a murder suicide.

These cases will never grab the attention in terms of being scary and media frenzies like a random person killing a kid. But yes, of course the race element made it much bigger, and if she had said a black guy had shot into the car it would have got far less attention.
 
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I am sure race was a major component, but I don't think it was the only reason. Firstly, in the case you mentioned there was not witness, no grieving, wounded mother to speak to the press. Likewise, in the quadruple slaying it was a domestic violence case, very different to a complete stranger shooting a kid and the mother, with the mother surviving and giving a description to police.





I'm not doubting the role of race, I am saying it is not the only reason. Sometimes it is hard to know why a case grabs national attention. But obviously if a survivor of an incident speaks out and draws attention to it, and a local community buy into the "racist" angle, then yeah it will be bigger news. I haven't got the time to look through all the incidents on that list, but of the first 5...one is the 4 person domestic incident, one is the case we are discussing with the big media attention, another is a murder suicide that looks domestic, the first is also domestic.

Had a look at two more...one was the one you just listed, the next was another domestic with a murder suicide.

These cases will never grab the attention in terms of being scary and media frenzies like a random person killing a kid. But yes, of course the race element made it much bigger, and if she had said a black guy had shot into the car it would have got far less attention.
fair enough,though I tend to disagree..............

I see it far too often here...........
 
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