Symmetry wrote:thegreekdog wrote:Symmetry wrote:Oh please, the idea that some black people are promoting an "us-against-them" mentality has long been a scare-mongering tactic for the radical right. The fear that "they might do the same things we're doing to them if they get power".
Ditto women, who of course want more rights than men.
Ditto atheists, who want to ban religion.
Ditto homosexuals, who want to attack marriage.
Ditto liberals, who want to enslave everyone.
What a sad fearful thing so much of conservative thought has become. Reduced to a tedious grind of saying how horribly oppressed straight rich white men are, how they feel so under threat because occasionally someone calls them out on their bullshit, and that's not something they're used too.
Gets a little tawdry, doesn't it?
What? Was there some sort of secret code in the previous few posts that I missed?
...Nobunaga and his "Phatt" bromance? The tension is positively scandalous!
Wait, were you being sarcastic?
Cos I was running with the sarcasm thing.
... You gotta' back that up with something, Sym. Two people agreeing to something that you cannot agree to equates in your mind to what?...
... Quick question. Do you believe blacks, Asians and Hispanics should be held to different standards than their white counterparts when taking tests or applying for jobs? Do you think a minority author has the right to pen hateful speech simply because said author is not white?
... That seems to be your position.