|Bus_Aint_Comin - 2016-03-04 |
lately when encountering actual evil here i'm having a really hard time with the "five for evil" concept.
as an aside, congratulations are in order! you found a video where the dank memes movement and white supremacy intersect. i am in a queasy state of awe, orcs.
As a favor to a lovely person who makes a lovely computer game I love, I decided to help her moderate a chatroom that is constantly overrun by 4chan people.
I can confirm that their is a racist shitstain memer/Donald Trump/kill all niggers/moonman singularity happening in the online culture right now.
I don't know how anyone who's spent more than 5 minutes on 4chan in the last two years could possibly be surprised about Trump.
most likely thats the issue, i haven't lurked since ~2010... which was when i was introduced to poe, so go figure. my consumption of dank memes is all youtube and facebook, which is generally safer.
no FUCK faebook one star for faebook
|memedumpster - 2016-03-04 |
Five stars for when you actually see what Oscar Turner looks like. The leadup memesplosion implied much, it did not imply that. The message did, however.
|Doc Victor - 2016-03-04 |
this is why this site exists.
|Binro the Heretic - 2016-03-04 |
BLACK PRIDE ORGANIZATIONS: "Being Black is something to be proud of."
WHITE PRIDE ORGANIZATIONS: "Not being White is nothing to be proud of."
Members of the latter tend to act like they don't see the difference between those two beliefs.
Rodents of Unusual Size
I think Black Lives Matter is more than just black pride. They were invited to the White House to meet with Obama and turned it down because they are a bunch of angsty teenagers that should fuck off.
If you want to complain about the state of the world, fine. But come up with fucking solutions, don't just shout every fucking person down because you want to make noise. i don't have respect for BLM for just this reason. Get your shit together and form fucking game plans and platforms, don't just show up and yell at people like Bernie Sanders, which is ironic on so many levels.
These people are justifiably angry over some things and bewilderingly ignorant on others. Why not demand a change to the educational system which is tax bracket based? Why not talk about the creation of job training programs to form results and solutions? But no, cops are all evil wah wah wah.
A friend of mine got a knock on his door late one night, but nobody was through the peephole. He walked outside his door and was shot in the chest from the side by a police officer. This police officer and his pal stood over him for half an hour waiting for him to die, then called him an ambulance when he didn't. Neighbor filmed it, nothing came of it even though the ambulance service got shit for taking half an hour and then flung it back by showing they weren't called. Guess what color he is?
This is what I know about solutions :
1.) Appealing to the police wont work (in fact, in Louisville they released a statement saying if they have to defend their actions when they shoot someone, they will refuse to do all policing).
2.) Appealing to governments might work, but not during an election cycle, and probably not the United States government. This is going to require an international effort that will probably have to be seriously ugly.
3.) Appealing to ROUS wont work.
Whatever solution anyone comes up with, (if there is one, might not be) ROUS wont be involved by virtue of ROUS's own chosen disqualification. By virtue of not giving a shit beyond how what he sees on tv makes him feel. Black people are challenging his tribal herd custom, and must wait.
ROUS, you are justifiably angry over nothing, and bewilderingly ignorant about everything. Meanwhile, people are still being shot for being black.
And wow, did you pick the right video to voice this on. Perfect even.
|Cena_mark - 2016-03-04 |
MTV never cared about any black people except for Micheal Jackson.
Michael Jackson was BLACK????
It depends on how you define "black". If you define blackness via skin tone, then no, he was not (at least, not in his later life). If you define blackness via a shared heritage and socioeconomic experience, then yes, he was.
In other words, Michael was the reverse-Obama.
|StanleyPain - 2016-03-05 |
HAHA LOLZ IRONIC TO POST RACIST THINGS CONSTANTLY BECAUSE IRONY IRONY IRONY IRONY I DON'T EVEN KNOW WHAT THAT MEANS BUT IRONY
oh wait need to seem detatched and IRONIC better not use caps or punctuation cuz hey that was a thing back in the 90s haha lolz aren't i ironic with lots of irony
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