Insane SJW examples of bullshit "microaggressions"

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Has anyone catched the new season of Designated Survivor? Won't get into it in detail because of spoilers but fucking hell it's one of the most SJW pandering bolox I've ever seen in my life.
 
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Wow, she sounds so jealous of white people.
She shouldn't be, she's a highly successful editor at the NY Times with all that sweet sweet Asian privilege that apparently allows you to say racist shit over and over again on social media and face no career ending consequences.

The white people she's jealous of are probably working in factories and cashier tills.
 

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There's a petition to get Nike to pull these trainers, because if you flip them upside down, remove the front and end of the logo it looks like Allah in Arabic :rofl
 
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She shouldn't be, she's a highly successful editor at the NY Times with all that sweet sweet Asian privilege that apparently allows you to say racist shit over and over again on social media and face no career ending consequences.

The white people she's jealous of are probably working in factories and cashier tills.
One of the teaching assistants at the university I work at (Japanese-American) told a colleague of mine that P.O.C can't be racist.
 
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Ahh the old racism = power+prejudice, redefinition of the word argument, so can POC be racist in countries where POC are the majority and hold most of the seats of power?

Can the Japanese be racist in Japan?
Can only the Japanese be racist in Japan? We both live in China so that'd be interesting to know. Perhaps it's a free pass for me to be racist to Asian people. Even if you use the "sociological definition", that still doesn't mean that an individual can't be racist, just that minority groups aren't in a position to benefit from such racism. Equivocation fallacy 101.
 
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Dazl1212

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Ahh the old racism = power+prejudice, redefinition of the word argument, so can POC be racist in countries where POC are the majority and hold most of the seats of power?

Can the Japanese be racist in Japan?
Isnt that the definition of institutionalized racism?

They keep trying to change the dictionary definition of racism.
 
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Aaaaaaaanndd, guess what a lot of the comments are about.....?



ITT: blackface

Why is this dude in blackface tho?

Ok so why black out your face but not your hand?

I was gonna say the same.

I was like um are we going to ignore the black face going on here.

It’s socially unacceptable in the US mainstream at this point.

Black face

I assume this is Japan. (Based on the kanji on the camera).They have a really poor record of using blackface a lot. I know that this isn’t racial motivated but it is problematic because of the association. Best to just avoid blackface and wear a mask

That’s completely ignoring the history of blackface. And I’m a white dude, btw. If it offends some people, which it does, I’m just not going to do it. That’s just being a good neighbor.instead

It obviously nothing to do with the camera or the color of the plastic. Saying it does is just trying to change the narrative. Putting black makeup on your face offends some people. I’m not saying the camera dude is racist. I’m just not putting black makeup on my face because some people could be offended because of the history of people using that type of makeup in the past.

I’m not offended. I just recognize it immediately. Somebody a long time ago with bad intentions messed it up for future people doing it just for fun.

He has blackface but he’s white.

How do I find he comments for that.
 
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Backfire! :lol: SJW's costing you money now! :yep:rofl


Ohio bakery awarded $11 million in libel lawsuit against Oberlin College over alleged racial profiling

(CNN)An Ohio jury has ordered Oberlin College to pay $11 million to a bakery which said it was libeled and wrongfully accused of racially profiling students.
The case stems from the November 2016 arrests of three black Oberlin students at Gibson's Bakery and market near the college's campus in Oberlin, Ohio.
One student, Jonathan Aladin, was accused of attempted robbery for allegedly trying to "steal wine or otherwise illegally obtain wine" from the bakery, according to a defamation lawsuit. He would eventually confess in a written statement to buying alcohol illegally.
Two other suspects, Cecelia Whettston and Endia J. Lawrence, were arrested and accused of misdemeanor assault, court documents state.


After that, Oberlin staff members tried to discredit the family-owned bakery, the lawsuit says.

https://www.cnn.com/2019/06/09/us/oberlin-college-bakery-lawsuit/index.html

I don't know how much you read into this but there was one thing that came up at trial that was really disturbing. One professor at the school sent out an email saying he disagreed with the way they were treating the bakery. The one SJW Dean who was involved in the lawsuit sent out her own email saying fuck that professor and he is lucky that she is not going to sick the students on him which she would if she didn't just want the whole thing to blow over. The last I checked she still has her job.
 
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Isnt that the definition of institutionalized racism?

They keep trying to change the dictionary definition of racism.
Take the sociological definition and equate it with the literal dictionary definition because it suits your argument better. I used this specific example in my critical thinking class to teach the equivocation fallacy. This thread has been pretty useful for teaching logical fallacies in fairness. "Dr" Rachel Mckinnon was a good example of false authority as well.
 

Dazl1212

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Take the sociological definition and equate it with the literal dictionary definition because it suits your argument better. I used this specific example in my critical thinking class to teach the equivocation fallacy. This thread has been pretty useful for teaching logical fallacies in fairness. "Dr" Rachel Mckinnon was a good example of false authority as well.
I'm not sure what point you are trying to make here.
 
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I'm not sure what point you are trying to make here.
I meant that those making such arguments are taking one definition or racism (sociological) and using it in completely the wrong context (psychological?)

Asian American Co-worker: I hate white people but I can't be racist because I'm a person of colour.

Here she's using the group definition of racism and suggesting that the same definition can be used to excuse the comments or actions of an individual. Under this definition, for example, if I were to bomb my office at work because I hate Chinese people, that wouldn't be a racist attack because in China white people are not in a position of power and therefore can't be racist.
 
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Dazl1212

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I meant that those making such arguments are taking one definition or racism (sociological) and using it in completely the wrong context (psychological?)

Asian American Co-worker: I hate white people but I can't be racist because I'm a person of colour.

Here she's using the group definition of racism and suggesting that the same definition can be used to excuse the comments or actions of an individual. Under this definition, for example, if I were to bomb my office at work because I hate Chinese people, that wouldn't be a racist attack because in China white people are not in a position of power and therefore can't be racist.
Ahhh right, I got you know.

You are correct in my humble opinion :thumbsup