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@Are0h I'm reminded of this post about white supremacy and sociopathy, and how that converstion keeps getting derailed by bad faith and disingenuous invocations of intersectionality.

Experts say President Trump's rhetoric overstates the threat posed by immigrants, who tend to commit crime at lower rates than people born in the U.S. — including violent crimes.

LOL, I just got finished reading the transcript from 🍊's Oval Office Speech.

The ONLY way you believe anything this fool says is that if you're a straight up racist that refuses to, you know, read.

My original introduction is over a year old. I feel like I should do a new one at some point...

Yeah. I'm totally fine with us letting go of the concept of gender.

Whoever this person is, he is a great example of how white people like to appear EDGY by talking about socialism, equality, communism, etc, but when that view is tested, they instantly revert to the same bigoted fury as any other common racist.

Learn from his example.

It is more important for some random white dude to assert his individual, and completely unsubstantiated, morality in the face of the evidence showing, once again, that general posture of the white American political dogma centers around causing harm.

It is not a priority to actually discuss or even mention said history as a context for how we got to this moment.

It is more important to make one feel better about themselves at the cost of a person speaking the truth.

That's whiteness.

I do not condone piling up on anyone, so that's not what this is for.

Rather, look at the rancor and hostility of an alleged 'leftist' white person when you talk about the reality which is at odds with a subjective world view.

How does this separate the Good Whites™ from racists?

Spoiler alert: It doesn't.

It is an example of how whiteness re-asserts itself as good even in the face of overwhelming evidence.

And I don't want to hear any self serving, weak ass whining about how 'complex' racism is in America.

If we're talking about why America keeps going from crisis to crisis and we can't agree the main factor is generational white resistance to morality, civility, reason and reality itself, then keep your bullshit to yourself.

Progress in America is so hard because white people _hate_ progress and have always worked against it.

White people aren't part of the problem. They _are_ the problem.

I know people call my thoughts on white American culture 'controversial', but it just is what it is.

White people are not motivated by fairness, healthy communities and cooperation. They just don't care. Not even about themselves.

Asking us who do to negotiate with this culture to find 'common ground' is like asking a drowning person to be patient and hope water stops killing them.

White Americans would rather die than cooperate. Attempting to 'negotiate' w/ insanity is pure fucking nonsense

There's another piece linked in the article that talks about how white cruelty is the point of their political efforts. Read this shit:

"The president’s ability to execute that cruelty through word and deed makes them euphoric. It makes them feel good, it makes them feel proud, it makes them feel happy, it makes them feel united. And as long as he makes them feel that way, they will let him get away with anything, no matter what it costs them."

“I voted for him, and he’s the one who’s doing this,” Minton told Mazzei. “I thought he was going to do good things. He’s not hurting the people he needs to be hurting.”

White Americans keep telling us they don't give a shit about a healthy nation. They just want to hurt people they don't like. That has been most prominent motivation for the white vote since the country was founded.

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