Things that are racist

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by Bd6r   $0.10 total tips   💰tip   follow   2020 Jul 9, 2:33pm  

Keeping in line with current year, I will post here things that are known to be RACIST! so we all here can become more enlightened Biden/Democrat voters, e.i. antifa/progressives/etc.
Feel free to add if you find something interesting.

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690   Bd6r   2022 Jul 22, 4:54pm  


691   Patrick   2022 Jul 28, 7:36am  

The name "Monkeypox" is racist:


The name itself, monkeypox, couldn’t be scarier — like something from a doomsday novel, or cooked up in an editorial meeting to provoke maximum panic. White liberals — the inexhaustible, ever-dutiful and poised-for-action enforcers of tyranny — had a different issue: the name’s racist. White liberals, for some reason, think the word “monkey,” no matter the context, conjures up images of black people, and they’re compelled to say so out loud — completely oblivious to what this says about them and the way they think.
694   cisTits   2022 Aug 7, 6:54am  

Onvacation says

Patrick says

I think white is kind of hard on the eyes.

That's RACIST!
696   Patrick   2022 Aug 8, 10:08am  

Caring about inflation is racist:

697   Patrick   2022 Aug 8, 2:23pm  

Heterosexuality is racist:


Christopher F. Rufo ⚔️
Aug 3
SCOOP: San Diego Unified School District claims that heterosexuality is “a system of oppression,” promotes the idea that girls can have penises, and encourages children to adopt synthetic sexual identities such as “pansexual,” “genderqueer,” and “two-spirit.”

The district has gone all-in on radical gender theory. The teacher training program mimics the narrative of the academic literature: white Europeans created a false “gender binary”—“man” and “woman”—that “oppresses trans, nonbinary, intersex, and gender-nonconforming people."
698   Patrick   2022 Aug 12, 9:53am  

This essay does a great job of how classifying everything as racist is very useful to the global elite:


There appears to be a circle of mutual support between political correctness, technocratic administration, and the bloated educational machinery. Because smartness (as indicated by educational credentials) confers title to rule in a technocratic regime, the ruling class adopts a distinctly cognitivist view: virtue does not consist of anything you do or don’t do, it consists of having the correct opinions. This is attractive, as one may then exempt oneself from the high-minded policies one inflicts upon everyone else. For example, the state schools are turned into laboratories of grievance-based social engineering, with generally disastrous effects, but you send your own children to expensive private schools. You can de-legitimise the police out of a professed concern for black people, and the explosion of murder will be confined to black parts of the city you never see, and journalists are not interested in. ...

Populism happened because it became widely noticed that we have transitioned from a liberal society to something that more closely resembles a corrupt theocracy.
699   Booger   2022 Aug 19, 6:14am  

Minnesota school district
701   FortwayeAsFuckJoeBiden   2022 Sep 5, 5:56pm  

everything is racist these days. can’t even say black paint, have to say LeBron paint
702   AmericanKulak   2022 Sep 5, 9:40pm  

Booger says

Minnesota school district

Minnesota Liberals are as bad or worse than Brooklyn Bolshevik ones. Let them shoot themselves in the foot.
703   SunnyvaleCA   2022 Sep 5, 11:24pm  

My shack still has a "master bedroom," but I've been told it is an "owner's suite." Oh well. That being said, I'm an unmarried man so qualify for the title "Master" (as opposed to Mister) — I've been known to check the "other" box on forms and write in "Master."
705   ad   2022 Sep 19, 4:08pm  

This one is interesting and may relate to the Woke thread here. Corporate and Woke Media like NBC News Chuck Todd are refusing to report this.


Yeshiva University shuts down all student clubs instead of recognizing LGBT group

706   cisTits   2022 Sep 19, 6:21pm  

Patrick says

I just heard that Uber charges you more if your phone battery is low.

They figure you're desperate, and they're happy to fuck over desperate people.

That's racist!
709   Hircus   2022 Sep 21, 5:50pm  

memes are waycist


During our presentation we played a harmless meme of Kamala Harris welcoming a bus full of migrants, set to tasteful mariachi music. That is when a low-T leftist strung-out on pure soy snapped into a violent rage. I watched dispassionately as the libs last drop of testosterone evaporated in an unprovoked kick-attack on an innocent projector. That projector’s crime? Playing memes. Thankfully, no one was hurt by the domestic terrorist attack other than an innocent Panasonic Projector. RIP.

711   Patrick   2022 Sep 22, 11:40pm  

Booger says


Pfizer is literally being racist in excluding whites and Asians from its fellowship purely based on their race.
712   ad   2022 Sep 23, 1:14am  

Patrick says


Read this about the Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology in Northern Virginia. I use to tutor a student from there who eventually graduated from Purdue with an engineering degree.

The school eliminated the entrance exam, just like Univ of California System has eliminated the ACT and SAT.



During the arguments, Erin Wilcox, a lawyer with the conservative Pacific Legal Foundation representing the group called Coalition for TJ, was questioned by the judges on how an admissions policy that facially does not consider race can be discriminatory.

While Black and Hispanic student admissions increased under TJ's new policy, the proportion of Asian American students decreased in the first year from 73% to 54%, U.S. District Judge Claude Hilton noted in his February ruling that deemed the admissions rules improper "racial balancing."

713   richwicks   2022 Sep 23, 1:33am  

ad says

The school eliminated the entrance exam, just like Univ of California System has eliminated the ACT and SAT.

Skool can do this shit, but there's a point where you have to perform - if you're in a real field.

To go into a STEM field, you REALLY need to have a passion, an obsession, for it. Unless you really want to do it, I don't recommend the field. Somebody that scores poorly in an ACT / SAT - at least in math - probably shouldn't enter it. They'll be miserable in it. Engineering isn't a cake field just because you sit on your ass most of the day, it's pretty laborious thinking, very detailed.

You think "I want to do X" well to do X, you have to figure out all the steps to get there, and that can be 100 steps and you have to break them all down and not make an error.

Software is easy because it's easily testable and easy to make corrections, hardware, you can't make a major fuckup or you get a dead board. You can re-wire it, but that's not ideal, you still need to spin a new board and you can't always re-wire it. Usually 3 iterations before you get something reliable, then it's cost reduction. Much prefer software although I'm trained as a chip designer, a field I'm forever grateful I never went into - you cannot re-wire that and when you get back a dead chip, well, you just cost your company $1,000,000 - how do you like that pressure?
714   Bd6r   2022 Sep 30, 1:45pm  

Texas A&M

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