And by ‘privileged’, I don’t mean rich people, at least not alone. I mean people afford societal advantages based on inherit traits i.e. skin color, gender, sexual orientation, etc. I talk about white racism…a lot. So, I’m assumed to hate white people, or so it’s believed. There’s nothing intricate about it. It’s an open-and-shut case, […]Read More Talking about the things the privileged do, which is mostly harmful, doesn’t necessarily mean hatred.
Remember when you were young, you did something you weren’t supposed to. You got into a fight or broke or window, something of that nature. Someone told on you, and you got the kind of parents that don’t play around. So, when they talk to you, there’s sternness in their voices. They may even yell […]Read More Privileged folks, our grievances are not the same as hatred
Courtesy of CNN.Read More This picture speaks volumes
The term ‘alt-right’ or ‘Alternative Right’ is just a fancy shmancy term coined by Richard Spencer for Neo-Nazis, white nationalists, white supremacists, white racists, etc., pretty much any (white) person who identifies with the term. Composed of mostly young, paranoid, insecure, white male sociopaths, the alt-right firmly believes that white genocide is in progress due […]Read More A List of Things the ‘Alt-Right’ Hates
The following was written by Facebook member Che Brandes-Tuka. It contains some information as to who the Orlando shooter Omar Mateen was. He was a child of immigrants, born and raised in the United States. He pledged allegiance to Hezbollah, Al-Qaeda AND ISIS, 3 organizations that are de facto at war with each other, showing […]Read More Information about Omar Mateen
The nightclub known as ‘Pulse’ has been a hangout for the LGBT community in Orlando, Florida. Early Sunday morning around 2 a.m. EST during a party, a shooting occurred at the nightclub. The shooter was identified as Omar Mateen who, according to the New York Times, pledged allegiance to ISIS in a 911 call prior […]Read More The Orlando Nightclub Shooting
I usually wish notable and famous celebrities and activists to rest in peace whenever there’s news of their passing. I usually do that, but I won’t for the deceased Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia who was recently found dead in San Antonio, Texas. Some people would consider it heartless not to wish the dead to […]Read More Why I Won’t Wish Scalia To R.I.P.