The white foreign obsession with American diversity...

Starcastle1958

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Notice how every thread ends up with TRUMP and Jan 6th?

When you push a deeply immoral and illogical ideology you have to cling to anything to distract from it.

This is a brand that was used since 1889. 1889! It has been around as long as Coca cola! Suddenly it was considered racist and changed because of George Floyd. This is how screwed up this country is on race. A image of a black woman and the implication that black women might be good cooks is now racist!

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pjmret

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Notice how every thread ends up with TRUMP and Jan 6th?

When you push a deeply immoral and illogical ideology you have to cling to anything to distract from it.

This is a brand that was used since 1889. 1889! It has been around as long as Coca cola! Suddenly it was considered racist and changed because of George Floyd. This is how screwed up this country is on race. A image of a black woman and the implication that black women might be good cooks is now racist!

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every thread ends in trump and jan 6? could you list every thread and show that's true, or are you a liar? lol

ps - you think the issue with "aunt jemima" was that she was a good cook? hahahahah


you're so stupid.

A mammy is a U.S. historical stereotype depicting black women who work in a white family and nurse the family's children.[2] The fictionalized mammy character is often visualized as a larger-sized, dark-skinned woman with a motherly personality. The origin of the mammy figure stereotype is rooted in the history of slavery in the United States. Black slave women were tasked with domestic and childcare work in white American slaveholding households. The mammy stereotype was inspired by these domestic workers. The mammy caricature was used to create a false narrative of black women being happy within slavery or within a role of servitude. The mammy stereotype associates black women with domestic roles and it has been argued it, combined with segregation and discrimination, limited job opportunities for black women during the Jim Crow era, approximately 1877 to 1966.[3]
 
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Boris Norris

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This is the police body cam of Tony Timpa a young man who was suffocated to death by police. The media did not report this. For probably all of you this is the first time you have ever read this man's name. He was not a violent criminal.


Tony Timpa was white so he was no use to the democrat party propaganda.
Your last sentence is a disgrace. Little wonder the country is rooted when you show racism with that comment.

Floyd was murdered without doubt and the judge proved it with the sentences. They choked him to death for 9 minutes of camera but you decide it wasn't murder. Stevie wonder could see it was murder.

But now according to you its manslaughter because the republicans didn't like the racist aspects committed by a white guy.

The black man needs the white man to free him of his sins. The white man needs the black to man free him of his guilt.

So let's not bring your pathetic political warps into that again. You drip hypocrisy like lava.
 
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