Black People : This racist tweet.....

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  1. MsVeraisblessed

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    And this mother....
     
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    Straight from the horse's mouth.
     
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    is that really racist? or is it just rude? What is your definition of Racism?
     
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    its both.. for someone this young or any one else to blurtly say ''what happens to the good ole days when you can kill a black person''...ahh, thats racist. if he weren't then he should'nt've said this...

    and no matter how you slice this,.. its still racist to me...
     
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    Can a tweet really be racist? What is your definition of Racism?
     
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    bro sku...i really don't want to define my meanings of racism, not tonight, i just cain't....i'm too tired. i'll give you my answers tomorrow.
     
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    cool.. it really is complicated.. and that's how you know that some confusion is going on. The racists have turned racism into some abstract concept that is hard to put a finger on.. and that's on purpose. It has lead to most people thinking that racism has something to do with words and opinions and not everything to do with brutality.. so, take your time.. think about it.
     
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    Actually there is no universally agreed definition of the word "racist"
     
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    says who? and "agreed upon" by who?
     
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    A racist is not a word. It's a person. And it's a person that participates in the system of Racism.
     
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