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This past month or so has made it absolutely clear there is systemic , and that it is now considered socially acceptable to be racist and discriminate openly.

But it's already illegal. So the question is, when will the government prosecute? Or is this anti-"white" racism the new norm in ?

politics, anti-racism 

@lukedashjr If you are referring to the talking point that police are "systemically racist", I'd like to point out that NYC, for example, has a force that is over 70% non-white. Do those officers hate their own people enough to be racist? Seems like a contradiction to me. And yes, you are correct there already exist laws to protect people from discrimination. I just see this as part of the marxist/anarchist push to dismantle institutions under the guise of "progress".

politics, anti-racism 

@TallTim @lukedashjr I may be wrong but I believe Luke was denouncing the current "racism is okay as long as it's anti-white" trend ("mainstream" media, some politicians, academics, etc). Racism is racism and I think all lives *should* matter. Also racism is real, but it doesn't explain everything. In any case, it seems clear this current race war is being instrumentalized, while the people from the Eccles Building run away with the loot.

politics, anti-racism 

@SimpleAristocrats @lukedashjr I certainly hope so, perhaps the wording wasn't specific enough so I took another tack.

politics, anti-racism 

@TallTim The racism I'm denouncing is stuff like Uber and Niantic (probably many others from the sound of it) discriminating in favour of "black" owned companies, particularly to the exclusion of "white" owned companies.

This racism is very public and systemic in nature. Unlike the niches of "white supremacism", it is operating openly and flaunting all the efforts to abolish racism.

politics, anti-racism 

@lukedashjr Thanks for elaborating. I'm guessing this trend will get worse over time, which has implications for all whites. I'm thinking South African kind of blowback here, where inequities are allowed under the guise of reparations.

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@lukedashjr It sounds like social media like facebook is deliberately crafting a specific narrative on racism. its possible, that only 6 people at FB can decide the policy for 2.4 billion users, if so, this is a problem. see story below

reclaimthenet.org/facebook-hr-

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