Insane SJW examples of bullshit "microaggressions"

kf3

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The background is that 4chan decided to troll the media by putting out fake info that the OK sign was a secret nazi sign for white power because the hand sign creates the letters WP. It was a joke that they all fell for, so now they are convinced that it is a white power symbol but also white nationalists have started using it to troll people too.

It could be one of 2 things, a white nationalist trying to intimidate her using an OK handsign they co-opted from a 4 chan troll or a random guy who is not even thinking about the woman and happened to sit across from her and is unaware of the situation.

Seems obvious he never actually spoke to her or interacted with her prior to or after this photo, so she is making an assumption and posting this guys photograph which she secretly took for all the world to see and labeling him a nazi simply because of his hand positioning and skin colour.

If some white woman took a secret photo of two black guys that sat across from her on a bus, one wearing something red and posted "OMG, literally shaking RN, this Blood gang member just sat across from me and tried to intimidate me. I thought they were going to rape me or something", it would be pointed out to her that she was being a wee tad racist and alarmist.
even if it is just where he chose to sit i'll stick with them both being twatty.
 
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Scientist suggests 'eating human meat' to tackle climate change



A Swedish scientist has suggested eating human flesh to tackle climate change at a Stockholm summit, according to reports.
In the 1973 dystopian film Soylent Green, the world is so overpopulated that dead bodies are sold as food.
But Swedish researcher Magnus Söderlund believes this could be a genuine solution to climate change and asserts we must "awaken the idea" of eating human flesh in the future.
At a summit for food of the future called Gastro Summit, Professor Söderlund held a talk called “Can you Imagine Eating Human Flesh?” where he argued "conservative" taboos against cannibalism should be broken down - the Epoch Times reports.
He suggests people's aversion to it could be overcome little by little, beginning with people just tasting it.
The seminar talking points include: “Are we humans too selfish to live sustainably? Is Cannibalism the solution to food sustainability in the future?
"Does Generation Z have the answers to our food challenges? Can consumers be tricked into making the right decisions?"
When interviewed after his talk, the professor was asked if he would try human flesh.
He replied: "I feel somewhat hesitant but to not appear overly conservative…I’d have to say….I’d be open to at least tasting it.”
Other food suggestions included eating pets and insects, but cannibalism was the main focus of the seminar.
But cannibalism has a lot of complications for humans which can result in deadly diseases.
For example, a tribe called the Fore lived in Papua New Guinea and practised eating their dead rather than allowing them to be consumed by worms.

This led to an epidemic of a disease called Kuru, or laughing death, which was caused by ingesting human meat.
It was a prion disease that caused a "twisted protein" that tricks other proteins in the brain to twist like it and damage the cerebellum.
Other examples of prion diseases include Mad Cow Disease that was caused by feeding cows the remains of other cattle.
More about: | climate change
 
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Scientist suggests 'eating human meat' to tackle climate change



A Swedish scientist has suggested eating human flesh to tackle climate change at a Stockholm summit, according to reports.
In the 1973 dystopian film Soylent Green, the world is so overpopulated that dead bodies are sold as food.
But Swedish researcher Magnus Söderlund believes this could be a genuine solution to climate change and asserts we must "awaken the idea" of eating human flesh in the future.
At a summit for food of the future called Gastro Summit, Professor Söderlund held a talk called “Can you Imagine Eating Human Flesh?” where he argued "conservative" taboos against cannibalism should be broken down - the Epoch Times reports.
He suggests people's aversion to it could be overcome little by little, beginning with people just tasting it.
The seminar talking points include: “Are we humans too selfish to live sustainably? Is Cannibalism the solution to food sustainability in the future?
"Does Generation Z have the answers to our food challenges? Can consumers be tricked into making the right decisions?"
When interviewed after his talk, the professor was asked if he would try human flesh.
He replied: "I feel somewhat hesitant but to not appear overly conservative…I’d have to say….I’d be open to at least tasting it.”
Other food suggestions included eating pets and insects, but cannibalism was the main focus of the seminar.
But cannibalism has a lot of complications for humans which can result in deadly diseases.
For example, a tribe called the Fore lived in Papua New Guinea and practised eating their dead rather than allowing them to be consumed by worms.

This led to an epidemic of a disease called Kuru, or laughing death, which was caused by ingesting human meat.
It was a prion disease that caused a "twisted protein" that tricks other proteins in the brain to twist like it and damage the cerebellum.
Other examples of prion diseases include Mad Cow Disease that was caused by feeding cows the remains of other cattle.
More about: | climate change
Well... Not everyone is a winner
 
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why would he not stop making a white power sign when she points the phone at him? what is an sc deputy? why was she literally shaking with fear on a bus with a driver and cctv and alarm cables and she could just get off? is he going to a special white power launderette & will it get his whites get extra white?

i'm guessing they are both pretty twatty.
So you just magically know what happened in a social situation you weren’t involved in? It could be that the woman is an idiot or it could be that the guy is intentionally making the symbol or both. It’s a still shot.
 
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Pretty much all of the original post was. The information on cervical cancer does not say "If you're a non-trans woman" etc anywhere.

The page on trans women is completely different text and the image was just lifted and attached to altered text to make it look like the organisation refers to regular women as non-trans, as if trans is the norm.
 
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A very quick CTRL+F reveals that "non-trans", the highlighted and, therefore what can be assumed to be the offending part, yields 0 results. The text is very, very different:

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Had you clicked your link and read the first word you may have already realised this.
Thanks man, forgot to click Ctrl F on my phone. Boy do I feel like a piece of shit now, maybe that's why I asked? If you weren't a condescending nitwit you may have already realized this.
 
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Pretty much all of the original post was. The information on cervical cancer does not say "If you're a non-trans woman" etc anywhere.

The page on trans women is completely different text and the image was just lifted and attached to altered text to make it look like the organisation refers to regular women as non-trans, as if trans is the norm.
Yea didn't catch that.
 
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Thanks man, forgot to click Ctrl F on my phone. Boy do I feel like a piece of shit now, maybe that's why I asked? If you weren't a condescending nitwit you may have already realized this.
My apologies for being condescending; given the nature of the conversations in these threads I obviously mistook your intentions.
 

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So the International Rugby Board has announced that from now on, Rugby World Cups are just going to be Rugby World Cups - there will be no Women's World Cup, they will both be branded as if they are equal.

My understanding is that the reason you have the World Cup and the Women's World Cup, is because women are not excluded from participating in the (men's) World Cup.

They don't participate because athletically, they can't make the grade because biology. But if they can make a lineup, they can participate.

The Women's World Cup, on the other hand, is only open to women.

I thought that was the existing naming convention. shrugs

:hat
 
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