#Repost from @capcurt with @repostapp this right here is a one way ticket to receive an instant ass whooping. I don’t give a fuck what anyone says, but you can justify this one or anyone dressing up as Trayvon…nah homie
white people are the devil and have no soul
White people no. Ignorant assholes/racist assholes yes.
Motherfucker’s wearing blackface. That shit is wrong on every level that exists/
If you are going to keep reblogging my posts and add inane commentary along the lines of “not all white people are like that” then I’ll kindly ask you to unfollow me now.
I have no time for derailing by people, no matter how queer, or femme, or even brown they are.
You may think you’re standing up for justice, but the truth is you’re not. White people are the fucking devil and it won’t stop being the case until ex-devil anti-racist white people start taking their white folx to task instead of going after every post by POC and telling them “we’re not like all like that”
The fuck is your issue?
Look seriously, this is fucked up.
Do you wanna know why I say it’s not ‘all white people’? Because anyone can be a racist. Anyone. Regardless of skin color.
It’s a learned behavior too because little kids don’t start out racist to one another.
People have always scrutinized my every fucking action for anything they could perceive as racist. Even when I was fucking EIGHT YEARS OLD and had no idea that people even did something like that.
Eight. Fucking. Years. Old.
Regardless of how intelligent a child is, you do not need to be looking at them for racism, unless they show traits of it.
I didn’t. I liked everyone’s company, I treated everyone as a friendly human being I could enjoy the company of - the only time I had an issue with other kids was when they were all “You’re bigger than me so you must clearly be the toughest and a bully. I’m gonna kick your butt and then I’ll be tough.” Even then my initial response was to ask what’s wrong, what did I do to upset them, to try and talk it out.
I ended up with a lot of bruises that way.
But I never held it against anyone. I was the person who, after we fought and I defended myself (which usually ended up with the other person being defeated) I’d offer to help them back up. We’d sort out the issue with words after.
I actually made friends that way.
So yeah I understand there’s a form of therapy in the violence. But it has to be handled right.
I guess you could say I’ve got a unique upbringing. My family never practiced hate. It was never something I was taught. So to go through life, trying to understand why people used me as the outlet for their anger and rage, when I hadn’t even met them before today… and being astute enough to understand there was something more to this pain than just one small, inoffensive slight (such as not hearing them ask me a question because I had earbuds in and then taking them out and saying, “Sorry, I didn’t hear you. Can you repeat that?”) from someone like me…
It’s not an easy concept to understand. That you are the scapegoat and target of everyone’s hatred because you happen to have a certain skin color.
It’s not one I find particularly fair either.
I don’t act with prejudice or bigotry towards anyone but the willfully bigoted and hateful. The ones who are given more than enough chances to change and learn and grow into a better person, but refuse to.
As for some of your other posts.
I didn’t follow you for ‘white guilt’ or to ‘diversify my blog’ or anything.
I followed you because your summary (from how I understood it) said you’d heard from others quite often to ‘do this, do that’ or to act a certain way or that people gave you flack for the color of your skin.
I followed you because you seemed like an open-minded individual who’d understand that ‘racism can happen to anyone’.
Someone who would appreciate a friend who’d been there and understood that “It’s not their skin it’s their brains that make them do that. They were taught wrong. They can be changed… but I know, it doesn’t make shit better and it doesn’t make the hurt go away… because everyone knows they’re probably never gonna.”
Essentially because I figured we could be supportive for one another. I approached you initially as an equal.
What you make of that… well, make of it what you like.
I have said my piece and told you my story but by no means do I expect you to read it. No one reads my words after all. They just go ‘white tears lul’ no matter what I’m trying to say. I’ll hope that you don’t because you seem like you’re better than that. But even the wisest of scholars can be misled by a deceitful jester.
But I will say this. Racism CAN’T happen to anyone. If you can learn anything it’s that white people do NOT face racism. AT ALL. White woman can face misogyny. White disabled people can face ableism. White queers can face homophobia/transphobia/biphobia. White immigrants can face xenophobia. But white people CANNOT under any circumstance face racism. EVER.