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For those of you that think that Republicans are not inherently racist...

Discussion in 'Race Relations' started by PNWest, Aug 3, 2019.

  1. EatTheRich

    EatTheRich President

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    Perhaps the Democrats and Republicans calling the shots aren’t up to the task.

    You know some places that went from pretty low educational standards to much higher ones?

    The USSR (under Lenin/Stalin)
    China (under Mao)
    N. Korea (under Kim Il-Sung)
    Cuba (under Fidel Castro)
    Grenada (under Bishop)
    Nicaragua (under the first government of Daniel Ortega)
     
  2. Colorforms

    Colorforms Senator

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    You know what, this is getting ridiculous. No matter how much information I give and how much I back it up, you're going to say it isn't so. I have backed up that colleges are discriminating several times, Harvard is even getting sued for it. You simply ignore fact.

    My state is a right to work state, and we had higher employment than the national average all through the crappy Obama regime. So please keep telling us how terrible it is that a union worker isn't getting 30 an hour with Cadillac benefits to bolt in a stick shift plate.

    And you obviously have no clue what fascism is. You prove it every time you post. NAZIs were fascists and you're seriously telling me they treated everyone equally? My God....
     
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  3. Jen

    Jen meh

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    It is racist to assume by the color of someone's skin that they need a leg up, a helping hand, affirmative action...........because they are too stupid to be successful on their own.
     
  4. EatTheRich

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    No, the established Nazi government (if not the Nazi mobs that cleared the way for it) treated everyone equally before the law (a law that had inequalities built in)—the same way standardized test scores treat everyone equally in a context of inequality and thereby reproduces inequities.

    Because Harvard is getting sued doesn’t mean the suit isn’t bogus ... they are getting sued for reducing the level of racial hands up given to whites.

    Again, high numbers of crappy nonunion jobs is not much to brag about. When unions are powerful, they improve the lives not just of their members, but of the oppressed masses. Unions, for example, played a crucial role in ending Jim Crow.
     
  5. EatTheRich

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    Of course. Compensating for structural inequalities in society is a different story ...
     

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