The Chinese know the truth. Section 8 calls Susan Rice a liar.
Rice is lying and she doesn't believe her own lies. That's why she lives in a white neighborhood.
Rice is lying and she doesn't believe her own lies. She won't set foot in a black neighborhood.
that's one based diplomat. And he's not apologizing one bit for his remarks.
that's one based ambassador. And he's not apologizing one bit for his remarks.
Apparently, she is racist against the truth!
If the truth is that "there's differences in the races" (which anyone with a brain cell could figure out based on appearance and behavior), then to call someone pointing out that truth a "disgraceful racist" sounds to me like the person making the accusation wants to plug their ears and sing "nanana I can't hear you" to said truth.
It's not racist to share the truth. It's racist to call someone a racist, which seems cyclical...
Basing the Chinese comment only on skin color is wrong. Basing the comments on the hip-hop, anti-education, anti-family, pro government handouts seems fine to me. There is Chris Rock's famous set on the difference between black people, and N**s that seemingly holds true, but its verboten to even consider this today.
The socialist schooled by the communist. LOL
truth is NOT racist
I have found that one or two black families moving into a white neighbourhood usually doesn't hurt things, the families are usually well to do and has their shit together. When it becomes a double digit percentage is when shit goes downhill fast. Generally (not every case as I don't want to be an absolutist) the property values drop, neighbourhood trust evaporates, crime goes up and whites move on.
Wanting to live in a nice neighbourhood with cohesion, trust and friendship isn't racist, its human nature. Blacks, whites, browns, yellows... we get along with our own much better.
That's not true? Really? Have black families ever increased the value of white neighborhoods? Can anyone point to an example of that?
Once your neighbourhood goes black you'll never go back
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