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Black Jack Johnson
kre82devast8
Sep 19 2018
4

Watch the movie Rabbit Proof Fence. The true story of two little girls who escaped and walked across barren, hot, terrain back to their families. You get to see the girls (old women now) in the DVD extras. Excellent movie.

Sep 19 2018
3

Really? I mean we also have social and institutional racism in Europe too. All the muttering, underhand, stuffy racism. But you have the gun-totting law-making, linching, uniformed, spraytanned, SUPERSIZED racism with fake tits. Like our racism on steroids. No one does it better USA you do things hard

Sep 19 2018
5

Everyone’s homework assignment that doesn’t know about this: Go watch Rabbit Proof Fence and report back.

Sep 19 2018
13

USA is definitely in the top 10. Australia is up there, but I don’t know if they’re top 10. But it depends on who you’re defining the racism is against. Any kind of racism at all? Then you’re getting pretty murky because Europe has huge racism issues with the Roma, and their racism against black people is fairly Read more

Sep 19 2018
15

I hear you, but I think one thing the past couple of years has taught us is that there are a lot of passive racists left in America — that become active when it’s time to vote.

Sep 19 2018
14

It also didn’t work out well when the descendants of the convicts started mixing with the indigenous people:
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Sep 22 2016
61

Or that he wanted to look down in way that signals submission.

Jul 8 2016
15

Trump didn’t say shit, Paul Manafort wrote the statement while Ivanka stole Trump’s phone and Eric and Don Jr. cued up a replay of Tuesday’s CNN feed in an Ocean’s 11-style scheme to keep him away from twitter for at least one day.

Jul 8 2016
92

It’s not that he Can’t be complex it’s that what he said is the opposite of what he has been saying for years. Yes, we can hope he has grown as a person, but as a cynic I am more likely to believe that he said this so when Trump adds him to the ticket he can look like the sane one.

Jul 8 2016
178

Maybe because they’ve made it clear for almost a decade that they don’t do nuance and tend to shun them fancy book-learnin thangs? And that they also nominated Trump?

Jul 8 2016
305

Because, Clam, they typically tend to demonstrate a complete lack of empathy, compassion, and introspection. You would know this if you followed politics even a bit.