Again, why was it necessary that anyone give you examples of present-day institutional racism if you believe in the plantation theory?
You are the one who insisted the past was irrelevant and as usual tried to force others to adopt your position to continue a discussion of how institutional racism has and is influencing our shared judicial system today. Our disagreement from the start was whether the past is relevant. I made it clear in my response that it is to me as I had identified in my first post by using "generational". That was your answer, to bad for you if it didn't allow you to further distract from the thread.
- As in, if I don’t answer your question to your satisfaction you will use my non-response to belittle me in the topic title then just repeat the question until I do.
I only repeat because you don't answer
Author: Buck 45 ()
Date: June 04, 2020 04:04PM
I didn't ask for the dictionary definitions, so, repeating myself.... "what's your evidence for "endemic, institutional racism?"
"Do you wish to argue that what was CLEARLY systemic institutionalized racism for 200 years is irrelevant to todays social structures in America."
- Yes, it is irrelevant as most of your evidence ended legally 50-60 years ago. That they were and in the few cases are still today at the hands of Democrat leaders isn't.
"I suppose the reason for the current poverty statistics is because the black race is dumb and shiftless and then."
- If I were a Democrat, that's what I'd say of the other person in order to cover up my failings and that of my party. It's a tremendous ask but check out Thomas Sowell's, "Black Rednecks and White Liberals" for an angle on the current poverty statistics. [grahamhancock.com]
Instead after giving you warning I simply got you to admit that plantation theory -which you believe to be true- is an example of current institutional racism. This should have satisfied your demand so that we could have moved on but unfortunately now your bruised ego stands in the way.
As to the Democratic Party, this is the third time you have raised the issue that both parties are responsible for past and present racist policies. Would you like the definitions of "systemic" and "institutional" from a different source or are you just so infatuated with yourself that you're blind to having supported my point in doing so.
Appears to me that you’re simply unwilling to let anyone discuss the affects of past and present institutional racism on the black community without meaningless demands of their time proving to you shit you already believe to be true.
You’ve had all the time I’m willing to spare to discuss you, your deceptions and hypocrisy.
PS, remember when you pointed out that if I was clearer in my initial posts there wouldn’t be such confusion. You were wrong then and your wrong again now but being a dick I have little doubt you’ll make the claim again knowing you are wrong. G.F.Y.