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You people might have a point about the violent reaction over shoes if that so-called “prank” wasn’t a deliberate attempt to goad a violent reaction from people — sure you wouldn’t react that way if someone stepped on your shoes. “Mind if I step on them?” Seriously, the audacity of these “pranksters” makes me queasy.
You’re failing to see the forest through the trees, considering that “prank” is just on example of many examples of outright racist intention. These “pranksters” are appealing to racist stereotypes (haha black people and their jordans, amirite!?) in order to film themselves getting trounced so they can then say “wow why are black people so violent?”
You don’t see the people who don’t overreact on video; there isn’t anything to see in that sort of tempered reaction. There are a whole slew of video “pranks” where ‘white people’ go around provoking folks “in the hood” until they get the response they desire: violence.
"today I’m going around and pushing old ladies down flights of stairs"
*pushes old lady down stairs*
*police show up*
"IT’S JUST A PRANK!"
"today I’m going to call in a fake active shooter threat and watch my buddy get totally THRASHED by the police"
*convinces them an imminent threat to safety is afoot*
*police show up*
"DUDES CHILL OUT IT’S JUST A PRANK, WTF MAN?"
Social Justice Advocates Disgusted at Lack of White Support for “Kill All White People” White Awareness Campain
"It’s so problematic," stammered angry caucasian Jane Edinburgh, after remembering looking out on all of the empty seats in the meeting hall she rented last weekend.
The “Kill All White People” social justice conference, sponsored by UCLA, was intended to be the hot social justice event of the season. But as Jane and her co-activists rolled out the equality carpet last Saturday, they found themselves disappointed at the double digit turnout. All in all, 32 people showed up to an event planned around an audience of 1500, and of the 32 in the “crowd,” only seven were white.
Ms. Edinburgh, who is again- caucasian, said that her activist group, DPROC or ‘Democratic People’s Republic of Color’- threw the event in order to educate white citizens about the dangers they pose and the problems they’re responsible for- problems they might not even be aware of or have even heard of before they were created by DPROC and other groups seemingly confused about the meaning of “Justice”.
"I guess they just had ‘more important’ things to do than to come here and listen about how they’re the cause of all the problems in a world that would be better off without them, which again, is just so problematic."
We asked Ms. Edinburgh for some further insight into the material and philosophy offered by her group, but she declined to comment, stating that it was “not her job” to educate us on the matter.
I get Los Altos a lot, also Albequerque.
Have you noticed any patterns pertaining to the kinds of materials they are hitting within your blog?