No, Chris. We're not afraid of you because you're black. We're afraid of you because you are an unbalanced, violent, vicious man who has no compunctions about acting on your violent impulses without a second thought, and then do more of the same when people call you out on your behavior. He may be a big baby, but he's a big baby with a chainsaw. Cry me a river, Chris. -Sean
I disagree. His being Black, and a young male, and dressing like that is good reason to be suspicious of him. Statistically, guys like him account for more than half the crime in the country.Victim groups, like Blacks, get to whine about their perceived victimization but bear no responsiblity at all for their contribution to it. If you dress like a gangsta in a hoodie, then don't be surprised when people treat you like that. It's not my job to stop what I'm doing and provide you with a sympathetic assessment of your soul. The disclaimer about not being afraid because of his color plays into the "racism" game.My point is that a lot of the beliefs attitudes and behaviors that are demonized as racism, sexism, homophobia, xenophobia, and all that crap are actually justifiable and rational responses to known group behavior.
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