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Onryoki

Broken beyond repair.
I been waiting for it, there it is. Racism, hidden behind a fake statistic.

Okay smart guy, who can we blame? Ourselves? We made our own neighborhoods shitty?
Girl.... racism? Ma, you’re pushing 50 you should know the definition of racism already. Just because POC statistically live more often in lower income neighbourhoods doesn’t mean I hold bigoted views towards POC. I was literally agreeing with the guy I was quoting, when he said the same thing. Don’t try this with me. Idk if there is anyone to blame for lower income neighbourhoods. All I know is that if you want to get out of them, you have to work for it.
 

CrimsonShadow

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Girl.... racism? Ma, you’re pushing 50 you should know the definition of racism already. Just because POC statistically live more often in lower income neighbourhoods doesn’t mean I hold bigoted views towards POC. I was literally agreeing with the guy I was quoting, when he said the same thing. Don’t try this with me. Idk if there is anyone to blame for lower income neighbourhoods. All I know is that if you want to get out of them, you have to work for it.
Nah, don’t slide out of this one. Answer his question: Why would African-Americans, coming out of slavery and not being given civil rights until 60 years ago, be more likely to live in lower-income neighborhoods? Genetics? They just don’t work hard enough? And why would they choose to live there and choose not to work hard?

If they answer is 'because they are genetically predisposed to be lazy', that’s what we call racism. And if that’s not the case, then the answer is clearly that those are the conditions they were put in, by a majority that intentionally marginalized them, denied them access to better education, better jobs, better housing and neighborhoods, etc.

And then the real ‘lightbulb’ moment is when you realize that in this country, working harder actually does not bump you to a new income bracket. Because the real trick of capitalism is capitalizing on either privilege, education, or manipulation in order to let other people work much harder than you, for less pay, while you tell them what to do and reap the profit.

When you really stop dancing around it and look at the obvious logic, it becomes pretty clear.
 

M2Dave

Zoning Master
Royal Contributor
America has done so much bad stuff.
True.

More "bad stuff" from America and Americans.

- The American military was involved in defeating Nazism during World War 2.

- One of the first civil rights movements, led by Dr. Martin Luther King, was initiated in America to fight for equal rights.

- America offers more opportunity for upward social mobility than any nation in the world.

- The first black president in a major western democracy was elected in America for two consecutive terms.

- Minority groups such as Asians, Blacks, and Latinos experience the highest standard of living in America.

- America accepts the most immigrants and most immigrants want to come to America.

- Americans are the most supportive of freedom of speech, the press, and the Internet.

- Americans are the most charitable people in the world.

These facts can easily be researched on Google.

Saying something to the extent of "Because the real trick of capitalism is capitalizing on either privilege, education, or manipulation in order to let other people work much harder than you, for less pay, while you tell them what to do and reap profit", you either have to be ignorant or a Marxist, and I am definitely leaning toward the latter.
 

KingHippo

Alternative-Fact Checker
- The American military was involved in defeating Nazism during World War 2.
It should be noted that when Hitler's Nazi Party rose to power, one of their models for how to implement their agenda into policy was based on the writings and research of Heinrich Krieger, a German exchange student at the University of Arkansas who did extensive research on Jim Crow Law in the Southern United States, and Roland Freisler, who later became the judge, jury, and executioner of the Nazi People's Court, responsible for over 5,000 executions of perceived enemies of the state. Both were avowed Nazis who were in lock step with the ideology and found the American model a point of how to use policy to enforce a eugenics-based agenda.

It should also be noted that the Nazi war machine was fueled by both slave labor of its captured enemies but also large amounts of American capital and trade from some of the wealthiest American businessmen and legal support from noted lawyers, chief among them: Henry Ford (an avowed Nazi), who had GM and Ford supply the troops with trucks; John D. Rockefeller and his Rockefeller foundation, which gave a lot of money to German eugenics programs and later supplied engine oil to the Nazis during the war; John Foster and Allan Dulles, American lawyers whose law firm represented German corporations and American corporations with German interest during the war, including rescuing Nazis from justice, and later becoming Secretary of State and CIA director, respectively; Prescott Bush, who owned several banks, including handling the non-German banking for Thyssen Steel, whose owner was an avowed Hitler supporter, even after the United States had entered the war. Bush received well over a million dollars from his financial ties to slave-labor-made German steel, and avoided prosecution when several of his companies assets were seized under Trading with the Enemy violations. Bush later became a US Senator, and his son George Bush would later become both director of the CIA, Vice President, and President of the United States. His grandson, George Walker Bush, was both Governor of Texas and President of the United States. The wealth and status of the Bush family is literally a result of Nazi gold investments and partnered slave-labor from concentration camps.

To say America is uniquely brave for fighting WW2 is utterly ahistorical, especially when its eugenics policies were used to draft Nazi policy and some of its richest citizens funded the Nazi rise to power, even during the war, and many escaped any prosecution and later ran the country despite their fascist sympathizing.

- One of the first civil rights movements, led by Dr. Martin Luther King, was initiated in America to fight for equal rights.
It is completely ahistorical to suggest that King's movement in the 50's and 60's was even one of the first civil rights movements in America, but it's also worth pointing out that J. Edgar Hoover, the longtime director of the FBI, personally ordered the FBI to spy on civil rights leaders like King, including wiretapping him and spreading disinformation in order to undermine his credibility, as part of its overall COINTELPRO campaign. Their peak came when they sent a fraudulent letter to King claiming they had tapes of sexual indiscretions and advising him to commit suicide.

- America offers more opportunity for upward social mobility than any nation in the world.
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Of the G7 countries, only Germany has a lower median wealth than the United States, which is ranked 18th overall on a global scale. Average wealth is 7x higher than median wealth, which is a staggering inequality and the main source of the collapsed middle class. The reason why the US has the highest concentration of millionaires and is the richest country overall is because legal wage theft and very lax taxing make it far easier to sustain and accumulate mass wealth over time. It doesn't seem like America is uniquely special in this endeavor other than its easier to skirt what is law in other countries here than anywhere else and we have the bombs.
 

Lt. Boxy Angelman

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True.

More "bad stuff" from America and Americans.

- The American military was involved in defeating Nazism during World War 2.

- One of the first civil rights movements, led by Dr. Martin Luther King, was initiated in America to fight for equal rights.

- America offers more opportunity for upward social mobility than any nation in the world.

- The first black president in a major western democracy was elected in America for two consecutive terms.

- Minority groups such as Asians, Blacks, and Latinos experience the highest standard of living in America.

- America accepts the most immigrants and most immigrants want to come to America.

- Americans are the most supportive of freedom of speech, the press, and the Internet.

- Americans are the most charitable people in the world.

These facts can easily be researched on Google.

Saying something to the extent of "Because the real trick of capitalism is capitalizing on either privilege, education, or manipulation in order to let other people work much harder than you, for less pay, while you tell them what to do and reap profit", you either have to be ignorant or a Marxist, and I am definitely leaning toward the latter.
Didn't you JUST finally admit to my not being a Marxist not even a week ago? That didn't last very long.

It should be noted that when Hitler's Nazi Party rose to power, one of their models for how to implement their agenda into policy was based on the writings and research of Heinrich Krieger, a German exchange student at the University of Arkansas who did extensive research on Jim Crow Law in the Southern United States, and Roland Freisler, who later became the judge, jury, and executioner of the Nazi People's Court, responsible for over 5,000 executions of perceived enemies of the state. Both were avowed Nazis who were in lock step with the ideology and found the American model a point of how to use policy to enforce a eugenics-based agenda.

It should also be noted that the Nazi war machine was fueled by both slave labor of its captured enemies but also large amounts of American capital and trade from some of the wealthiest American businessmen and legal support from noted lawyers, chief among them: Henry Ford (an avowed Nazi), who had GM and Ford supply the troops with trucks; John D. Rockefeller and his Rockefeller foundation, which gave a lot of money to German eugenics programs and later supplied engine oil to the Nazis during the war; John Foster and Allan Dulles, American lawyers whose law firm represented German corporations and American corporations with German interest during the war, including rescuing Nazis from justice, and later becoming Secretary of State and CIA director, respectively; Prescott Bush, who owned several banks, including handling the non-German banking for Thyssen Steel, whose owner was an avowed Hitler supporter, even after the United States had entered the war. Bush received well over a million dollars from his financial ties to slave-labor-made German steel, and avoided prosecution when several of his companies assets were seized under Trading with the Enemy violations. Bush later became a US Senator, and his son George Bush would later become both director of the CIA, Vice President, and President of the United States. His grandson, George Walker Bush, was both Governor of Texas and President of the United States. The wealth and status of the Bush family is literally a result of Nazi gold investments and partnered slave-labor from concentration camps.

To say America is uniquely brave for fighting WW2 is utterly ahistorical, especially when its eugenics policies were used to draft Nazi policy and some of its richest citizens funded the Nazi rise to power, even during the war, and many escaped any prosecution and later ran the country despite their fascist sympathizing.



It is completely ahistorical to suggest that King's movement in the 50's and 60's was even one of the first civil rights movements in America, but it's also worth pointing out that J. Edgar Hoover, the longtime director of the FBI, personally ordered the FBI to spy on civil rights leaders like King, including wiretapping him and spreading disinformation in order to undermine his credibility, as part of its overall COINTELPRO campaign. Their peak came when they sent a fraudulent letter to King claiming they had tapes of sexual indiscretions and advising him to commit suicide.



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Of the G7 countries, only Germany has a lower median wealth than the United States, which is ranked 18th overall on a global scale. Average wealth is 7x higher than median wealth, which is a staggering inequality and the main source of the collapsed middle class. The reason why the US has the highest concentration of millionaires and is the richest country overall is because legal wage theft and very lax taxing make it far easier to sustain and accumulate mass wealth over time. It doesn't seem like America is uniquely special in this endeavor other than its easier to skirt what is law in other countries here than anywhere else and we have the bombs.
Thank you, Hippo.

Like I fucking said: America has done a LOT of bad stuff, and you don't need to be a Marxist to see it.

:coffee:
 

Espio

That's My Jam, That's My Wave.
Lead Moderator
If anyone hasn't been to the Arab American Museum in Dearborn, Michigan I encourage them to go and if you cannot go to look into it heavily via online. This seems off topic, but given the treatment experienced by Muslim and Arab people post 9/11 I think it is something all Americans should read and see. I want people who are serious and sincere to look up these stories on their own.

The reason why I am bringing this up is because trying to silence the problems America goes through by mentioning the horrid regime of China or other dictatorships is not only a diversion tactic but wrong. We are not doing so well that our problems should be swept under the rug by "well what about China!?"

People focus on where they live because they have the most likelihood of changing things in their home country. Let's also have a tiny bit of moral and intellectual realness here. This is the country most people in this thread grew up in and the one they are likely to die in as well. I have Muslim friends, Latino, white, black etc etc. so while I definitely believe in advocating for people in other nations, there is no "well other people have it worse". That doesn't make our problems irrelevant and let's not minimize them.

I see lots of people suffering and being mistreated in my home state and in my country. I see myself being called racial slurs in a neighborhood I've lived in for 30 years while just walking and not bothering anyone. The idea that dissent and concern is anti-American is actually the anti-thesis of what America is about or at least supposed to be about. We're not supposed to be okay with things because other people have it worse. Criticism and dialogue is not anti-American. Claiming it is is dogmatic and cult like.


The capacity of the human heart and mind is large enough to care about the world as a whole, not just the worst only or just at home.
 

Pangolin-man

My trusty sidekick is not amused!
This dude right here has consistently made great, informative posts ITT. It’s telling that anybody who disagrees barely engages with you, because they quite simply can’t.
Thanks. I appreciate it. Two quick things.

What would you consider your ACTUAL political leanings as opposed to the ones that certain other individuals on here would ascribe to you?

Since you seem to be into animals like me, do you have any interest in conservation and environmental protection activism?
 

Pangolin-man

My trusty sidekick is not amused!
The most important thing first: I have deepest respect for people with different opionion, if they are capable of bringing arguments. Besides I especially like left leaning people who are willed to sacrifice something for their ideals (and not just call for others to solve their problems). - So I appreciate your posts!
I also wanted to say that I appreciate your courtesy and respectfulness. You and I probably disagree about a lot of things but you have approached everything with good faith and honesty.

I also have 2 quick questions.

Do you volunteer or work with any causes that are important to you if you can? If so, what would they be?

Also, since you mentioned Weber and Luhmann, what philosopher do you gravitate to the most? i.e. Rousseau, Kant, Nietzche, etc.?
 

ItsYaBoi

Noob
Thanks. I appreciate it. Two quick things.

What would you consider your ACTUAL political leanings as opposed to the ones that certain other individuals on here would ascribe to you?

Since you seem to be into animals like me, do you have any interest in conservation and environmental protection activism?
Definitely more democratic socialism - which, because of internet discourse people just take it to mean full on socialism. But there's definitely a lot that I don't agree with from a traditional socialism point of view. This is when I'm not being a full blown Marxist on here of course (lol).

I do indeed, massively so. Big supporter of Greenpeace (they're not perfect, but at least they're trying), big supporter of the XR movement also and for them trying to shine a light on the biggest issue facing the planet. The evidence there is overwhelming, and it saddens me that people don't do more or really care. This then obviously links to animals, and I believe that we need to do as much as we can on the conservation side of things as it's undoubtedly something that is important. I've personally changed my lifestyle massively in the last few years, going to a fully plant based diet and trying to cut my carbon footprint out massively. I'm not perfect, nobody is, but I'm really adamant that we all need to change some aspects of our lives, no matter how small - because this planet is seriously crying out for help, as are the many animals that inhabit it. It's their planet too ffs but as a species we have such a selfish worldview. We also need a combination of both personal change and governmental action. Why would Brazil stop chopping down the Amazon Rainforest when major corporations from other countries still invest into them doing so for huge profit gains? Why would Eastern Europe also stop chopping forests down when the likes of Ikea muscle their way in and pay them so much to do so? There needs to be more prudent government regulation on the environment, but that won't happen when you literally have a climate change denier in charge of one of the biggest nations on earth and destroying the environment provides so many people with such fat pockets.

It's a shame that green parties globally don't have more clout. Their heart is in the right place and two party systems in many countries provide people with stagnant options that don't fully speak to them. I believe - and so do the VAST majority of scientists - that climate change is the biggest threat that we face, and no major party platform is taking it seriously enough.
 

jokey77

Character Loyalist
I also wanted to say that I appreciate your courtesy and respectfulness. You and I probably disagree about a lot of things but you have approached everything with good faith and honesty.

I also have 2 quick questions.

Do you volunteer or work with any causes that are important to you if you can? If so, what would they be?

Also, since you mentioned Weber and Luhmann, what philosopher do you gravitate to the most? i.e. Rousseau, Kant, Nietzche, etc.?
These questions are fair enough! I'll answer the first one in a private message though!

When it comes to philosophers: My education in the field of social philosophy is unfortunately a very superficial one. But I have a rough idea of the ones that you mentioned.

Personally, right now I am most fascinated by Michel Foucault. Yes, I consider a homosexual leftist to be one of the greatest geniuses of our century. ;)

Admittedly, it is difficult to assign Foucault to a political camp. He was undoubtedly an anti-communist who impressively criticized the works of Marx. Nevertheless, he always showed solidarity with the weak (e.g. unions, prisoners). His allies usually were leftists. Under no circumstances could he do anything with conservative role models. Besides he wrote exciting works early on, also about gender role models.

One fascinating thing about Foucault is that he assumes that there is no such thing as "truth". That which a science (or rather a "discourse") produces as "truth" or "knowledge" is rather an expression of the existing power relations.

This is why I have such a problem with the rhetoric of the left. They are surrounded by terms ("hate speech", "offensive", "white patriarchy", "black lives matter", ...) of which nobody knows exactly what they mean. I am concerned that in the course of the concretization of such terms, (undemocratic) power structures will be established. This is what you can observe with cancel culture. After communist revolutions this was the case every time, even though they all started with an oath of equality.

Another example is the concept of "justice". We are all for "justice", although we understand the very same term differently. The one who can concretize the term bindingly becomes infinitely powerful. But I refuse to believe that the left, in particular, would know what "justice" really means. That is simply not the case. Right now I have the impression that they try to enforce their ideal of justice more and more with power (e.g. riots, cancel culture).

What I am trying to say: I dislike every form of violence. - Change should succeed through conviction!

If this was too philosophical, we should perhaps continue our philosophical discussion in a private as well. The last thing I want to do, is to derail the thread.

@ItsYaBoi : When you say that you are a "big supporter", what does that mean? Are you donating? Do you work on a voluntary basis?
 

M2Dave

Zoning Master
Royal Contributor
It should be noted that when Hitler's Nazi Party rose to power, one of their models for how to implement their agenda into policy was based on the writings and research of Heinrich Krieger, a German exchange student at the University of Arkansas who did extensive research on Jim Crow Law in the Southern United States, and Roland Freisler, who later became the judge, jury, and executioner of the Nazi People's Court, responsible for over 5,000 executions of perceived enemies of the state. Both were avowed Nazis who were in lock step with the ideology and found the American model a point of how to use policy to enforce a eugenics-based agenda.

It should also be noted that the Nazi war machine was fueled by both slave labor of its captured enemies but also large amounts of American capital and trade from some of the wealthiest American businessmen and legal support from noted lawyers, chief among them: Henry Ford (an avowed Nazi), who had GM and Ford supply the troops with trucks; John D. Rockefeller and his Rockefeller foundation, which gave a lot of money to German eugenics programs and later supplied engine oil to the Nazis during the war; John Foster and Allan Dulles, American lawyers whose law firm represented German corporations and American corporations with German interest during the war, including rescuing Nazis from justice, and later becoming Secretary of State and CIA director, respectively; Prescott Bush, who owned several banks, including handling the non-German banking for Thyssen Steel, whose owner was an avowed Hitler supporter, even after the United States had entered the war. Bush received well over a million dollars from his financial ties to slave-labor-made German steel, and avoided prosecution when several of his companies assets were seized under Trading with the Enemy violations. Bush later became a US Senator, and his son George Bush would later become both director of the CIA, Vice President, and President of the United States. His grandson, George Walker Bush, was both Governor of Texas and President of the United States. The wealth and status of the Bush family is literally a result of Nazi gold investments and partnered slave-labor from concentration camps.

To say America is uniquely brave for fighting WW2 is utterly ahistorical, especially when its eugenics policies were used to draft Nazi policy and some of its richest citizens funded the Nazi rise to power, even during the war, and many escaped any prosecution and later ran the country despite their fascist sympathizing.
You have spent three paragraphs smearing the U.S. as Nazi sympathizers. The reality is that the U.S. is home to 5.7 million Jews, which is only slightly behind Israel at 6.1 million. The majority of Jews migrated to the U.S. during and after World War 2. My guess is if people across America had been known as Nazi sympathizers, Jews would probably not have settled on this land.

It is completely ahistorical to suggest that King's movement in the 50's and 60's was even one of the first civil rights movements in America, but it's also worth pointing out that J. Edgar Hoover, the longtime director of the FBI, personally ordered the FBI to spy on civil rights leaders like King, including wiretapping him and spreading disinformation in order to undermine his credibility, as part of its overall COINTELPRO campaign. Their peak came when they sent a fraudulent letter to King claiming they had tapes of sexual indiscretions and advising him to commit suicide.
Very typical of you. You find something controversial that a couple of racists did and then you proceed to smear the entire U.S. and its government.

I also suggest that you google "First Civil Rights Movement in America" and then share the results in this thread.

The Suisse Global Wealth Report includes various factors such as "real estate prices, equity market prices, exchange rates, liabilities, debts, adult percentage of the population, human resources, natural resources and capital and technological advancements" Wikipedia. How about a simple ranking of countries by disposable income or by average wages? The U.S. consistently ranks at the top even though the country has a significantly larger population than countries in Western Europe and Scandinavia. I can also anecdotally confirm these statistics as I have family members in some of those countries. I even used to live in some of them. You, on the other hand, are merely cherry picking data that affirm your ideological perspective. There is, again, a reason why almost every immigrant would like to come to America, the country that proffers the most opportunities for the ordinary guy or gal.

Didn't you JUST finally admit to my not being a Marxist not even a week ago? That didn't last very long.
I was referring to King Hippo, not you. Your post explaining your political ideology was good, which is why I liked it. I think you are definitely a liberal, but there is nothing wrong with being one. I take many issues with Marxists, though.
 

Marlow

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I'd say the US is a complicated place. As a country it's done a lot of good in the world (fighting nazi's) but also a lot of bad (slavery, Japanese internment camps). I don't see any problem with acknowledging that while America is likely one of the best countries in the world, it still has plenty of internal problems it has to deal with. Right now we're still seeing the impact things like slavery, racism, and unchecked capitalism are playing on society and the environment.
 

CrimsonShadow

Administrator and Community Engineer
Administrator
Very typical of you. You find something controversial that a couple of racists did and then you proceed to smear the entire U.S. and its government.
How is the government's intelligence system as a whole spying on civil rights activists "a couple of racists"? Any more than the German government in WW2 was "a couple of bad apples?"

This is an extremely confusing line of argument. If you're going to hold governments responsible for their actions, then we need to hold all governments accountable. We don't get to nominate heroes and villains individually in some cases, but then generalize in others.
 

M2Dave

Zoning Master
Royal Contributor
How is the government's intelligence system as a whole spying on civil rights activists "a couple of racists"? Any more than the German government in WW2 was "a couple of bad apples?"

This is an extremely confusing line of argument. If you're going to hold governments responsible for their actions, then we need to hold all governments accountable. We don't get to nominate heroes and villains individually in some cases, but then generalize in others.
First of all, comparing the U.S. government during the civil rights movement to the government of Nazi Germany is preposterous.

Second of all, I have held the U.S. government accountable throughout this thread. I have criticized foreign interventionism, the drug war, and certain civil rights violations on more than one occasion. While I believe that America is evidently imperfect, I do not believe it is a racist, sexist, and xenophobic country ruled by old white men who have created a capitalist system in order to subjugate minorities at home and abroad. I know many of you do hold this position, though, and hence the arguments.
 

CrimsonShadow

Administrator and Community Engineer
Administrator
First of all, comparing the U.S. government during the civil rights movement to the government of Nazi Germany is preposterous.
Got you.

You've been comparing individual citizens asking for people to be held accountable for racism and harassment on Twitter to the worst communist dictatorships in history that killed millions. How is that any different?

You are playing Tremor in a glass house :p
 

ItsYaBoi

Noob
Got you.

You've been comparing individual citizens asking for people to be held accountable for racism and harassment on Twitter to the worst communist dictatorships in history that killed millions. How is that any different?

You are playing Tremor in a glass house :p
Holy fuckkkkk haha. Stop, he’s already dead.

@jokey77 both.
 

Juggs

Lose without excuses
Lead Moderator
Despite the personal nature of these discussions, I really am glad it hasn’t gotten out of hand in here. I mean maybe some feel that is has, but from what I have been able to read, to me personally I think y’all have done a good job. I have a lot of personal things I’m dealing with, so haven’t been able to contribute as much. Just wanted to say that I appreciate the discussions in this thread.
 

Onryoki

Broken beyond repair.
Despite the personal nature of these discussions, I really am glad it hasn’t gotten out of hand in here. I mean maybe some feel that is has, but from what I have been able to read, to me personally I think y’all have done a good job. I have a lot of personal things I’m dealing with, so haven’t been able to contribute as much. Just wanted to say that I appreciate the discussions in this thread.
I mean of course! Look, I don’t agree with everybody here in the thread, obviously. But that doesn’t mean I gotta be indecent to them. I think in the end the best thing to do is to respect people having different opinions.
 

KingHippo

Alternative-Fact Checker
First of all, comparing the U.S. government during the civil rights movement to the government of Nazi Germany is preposterous.
Yes, how dare we compare the USA to Nazi Germany, who did state-sanctioned eugenics on people it didn't like because of their race?


O-oh...
 

Marlow

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Premium Supporter
Little background The Post Millennial courtesy of Wikipedia: The Post Millennial is a conservative Canadian online news magazine started in 2017. It publishes national and local news and has a large amount of opinion content. It has been criticized for releasing misinformation and articles written by fake personas,[1] for past employment of an editor with ties to white supremacist-platforming and pro-Kremlin media outlets,[2] and for opaque funding and political connections.[3

I'm fine with people having differing opinions, but I wish people would use better news sources to help inform themselves and form their opinions.
 

Sage Leviathan

I'm platinum mad!
Yes, how dare we compare the USA to Nazi Germany, who did state-sanctioned eugenics on people it didn't like because of their race?


O-oh...
Idk if it's off topic but this news is all I've been thinking about for the past two days.

"First they came..."

America has a record of compulsory, non-consensual sterilization. Puerto Ricans, Black and Indigenous Women, patients in mental health institutions. I don't know how comparisons between America and Nazi Germany could be decried when our country has done everything in its power to earn them.
 

Onryoki

Broken beyond repair.
Little background The Post Millennial courtesy of Wikipedia: The Post Millennial is a conservative Canadian online news magazine started in 2017. It publishes national and local news and has a large amount of opinion content. It has been criticized for releasing misinformation and articles written by fake personas,[1] for past employment of an editor with ties to white supremacist-platforming and pro-Kremlin media outlets,[2] and for opaque funding and political connections.[3

I'm fine with people having differing opinions, but I wish people would use better news sources to help inform themselves and form their opinions.
Just because something is deemed “conservative” doesn’t mean it’s suddenly less worth reading it. Blaire White wrote this, and she fits neither of these things you just listed.
Wow. Very convenient.
Girl. Idk what your deal is but you trying to portray me as some racist because I have opposing opinions is getting tiresome. At least if you want to label me a racist try to find concrete evidence.