Jussie Smollett Did The Real Lynching


Jussie Smollett did the real lynching in Chicago. Including actually purchasing a rope!

Yep. Jussie Smollett is a perfect exemplar of the new racist — he’s the one running around shouting, “Racist!” the loudest. Like this guy. And this guy. And this doofus. (Warning: rugged language and severe IQ deprivation in that last one.)

The proprietors of the blogs at the other end of those last links are all members in good standing of the Race Grievance Industry on the “blackosphere.”(1) And they’re all racists.(2)

What Jussie Smollett did was every bit as reprehensible as what the goons lynching black people at the turn of the previous century did: fomenting hatred of millions of innocent people based only on the color of their skin.

But, wait! you’ll say… Smollett never said specifically that white men attacked him. He said his attackers wore ski masks and he couldn’t tell the color of their skin.

Yep. The rest of Smollett’s description, however, was meant to point to a conclusion that it was two white men who attacked him. They wore MAGA hats,  he said. They put a rope around my neck, he said. They yelled, “This is MAGA country!” he said. They were Trump supporters, he said. The media have expended a great deal of time and effort to generate the propaganda meant to make the term “Trump supporter” equivalent to: “Angry, uneducated, white man.”

I don’t know about you, but I remember what we used to label people who vilified entire peoples based on nothing more than the color of their skin. Yep, they were, and are: racists. Or as I’ve taken to calling them: bigoted bastards.

They’re bigoted because they’re racists, and they’re evil bastards because what they do and say harms innocent people, sometimes millions of them.

I have some wonderful white, male friends who are Trump supporters. They’re good and decent family men, every last one of them. None of them has a single racist bone in his body. To the contrary, these are the most accepting, generous, caring, friendly men friends I have! These guys are the ones who never fail to help someone in need, and never toot their own horns about it.

I know,  I’ve been that person in need. And from them I’ve never lacked for plentiful support, assistance, real friendship and genuine affection. They’ve given me money, food, shelter, transportation, a shoulder to cry on, ears to listen and vast gratitude that they’re my neighbors. And they’ve never asked for anything in return, not even for the money!

You try to tar all Trump supports as racists, as Smollett did, then you yourself are a bigoted bastard, and you’ll hear it from me first! I’m not a Trump supporter, but I know for certain that many of the people in my area I can count on 100% to be there if and when I need them, are Trump supporters.

Go  ahead, you try to square my personal experience, and likely yours, with the narrative that the media are peddling. And with the deeply harmful fraud that Smollett tried to do.

Smollett tried to portray good and decent people like my friends and neighbors as the same bigoted bastards that he himself is.

Jonah Goldberg in the National Review online — not remotely a Trump supporter! — put it well:

First, people who live under real oppression have no need to fabulate oppression. To paraphrase Madge from the old Palmolive ads: They’re already soaking in it.

Second, when you live in an oppressive country, there’s no one you can take your grievances to because that is what it means to live in an oppressive country! For God’s sake, people, you’re making me use exclamation points and italics here. If you’re an inmate in the Shawshank prison, you can’t go to the guards to complain. When you live in North Korea, you can’t go to the local police and gripe about your working conditions or the sawdust in your bread.

I feel like one of the Duke Brothers explaining how you might find bacon in a bacon, lettuce, and tomato sandwich. But in oppressive societies, the oppression isn’t a bug — it’s a feature. That’s why they’re called “oppressive.” Complaining about oppression in such societies is like a fish complaining that there are a lot of fish in a barrel of fish.

Which brings me to the third point: In non-oppressive countries, there are people to take your case to. (Red emphasis added)

Half-wits on the Left are wringing their hands in anguished bewilderment. “Why?” they cry, “Why would Jussie do such a thing?!?

That’s actually a really easy question to answer:  Smollett did it for at least two obvious reasons: (1) He was confident he’d get away with it, and (2) because he hoped to obtain what he believed to be an important reward — more money from the producers of Empire — as a result of the hoax.

Both those reasons are important, because if Smollett hadn’t believed that both those things would work out for him, he never would have tried to pull the hoax off.

In other words: Jussie Smollett tried to paint the country that elected Donald Trump President, as oppressive to his kind of person — black and gay — knowing full well that (1) he would have plenty of recourse for the “attack,” and that, therefore, the country is not oppressive to people like him for the simple reason of all that recourse.

As it turned out, Chicago, one of the murder capitals of the country, and a killing ground for young black men, diverted valuable law enforcement resources to finding Smollett’s  non-existent attackers, leaving real people’s real cases unattended for the duration of the hoax.

How many people died because Chicago police were searching desperately for the non-existent attackers of a bigoted bastard of a hoaxster looking for more money?

Interestingly, now that he’s been caught out, the first of Smollett’s two reasons for perpetrating the fraud remains a strong possibility: he likely will get away with it.

Remember years ago, also in Chicago, when one of the intended victims of notorious serial murderer and cannibal Jeffrey Dahmer briefly escaped the monster’s clutches? The naked, Asian boy ran down the street crying for help, and the Chicago PD declined to assist. They were, they said later, afraid to do something that might have made them appear homophobic, and they turned the young boy back over to the beast. I believe that shortly thereafter, Dahmer raped, murdered and ate the child, though I’m not sure of it. He certainly did that to a number of young boys during his gruesome life.

Will Smollett go to jail for his disgusting racist crime? Or will Chicago law enforcement again bend over backward to try not to look racist or homophobic? The Left have already done what they can to say, “Well, it wasn’t right, what he did, but you can certainly understand it!

Nope. I can’t. If you can understand perpetrating a fraud that you know will cause harm to millions of innocent people, in order to get more money, then you have a serious problem.

Smollett’s crime proved pretty conclusively that the basic premise on which he committed it is false. As Goldberg said, above, in a truly oppressive country, you don’t need to fabricate oppression. It’s a feature of the system.

At the time Smollett committed his fraud, he knew that (1) what he said he believed was false. He didn’t believe it. He knew (2) that others knew it to be false as well. He knew also that (3) those who knew his premise to be false — prominent people of the Left, academics, fellow actors, media personalities of all kinds, pop culture — would reflexively and immediately back him up anyway. In other words, Jussie Smollett knew that (4) he had plenty of ready, willing accomplices just waiting to buy into his hoax, and (5) lastly, Smollett knew he was committing his fraud in a country overwhelmingly friendly to people like him! Even the white racists of the early 20th Century sincerely believed that black people were inferior. They were idiots to believe it, but at least history has shown that the main reason for their hostility was: ignorance. All indications are that Smollett knew he was harming millions of innocent people.The reason for his crime was: malevolence. Evil.

Jussie Smollett, the black, gay man, is an inferior person. Not because he’s black, or because he’s gay, but because he’s chosen to be an inferior person.

Nowadays, with information and alternative points-of-view, and intelligent dissent at the fingertips of just about anyone with a cell phone, there’s no excuse for (1) Smollett’s racist point-of-view, and (2) what he did.

And he’ll probably skate for it.

— FreeThinker

Notes:


(1) Sure, we’ll coin the term… why not? This would be, of course, as a working definition: The black blogosphere — blogs and other online and published media outlets addressed primarily to black people, and purporting to address issues pertinent to black Americans, and black people all around the world.

(2) These are the ones to whom we refer when we say, “The new racists will come waving the banner of anti-racism.” The new racists are here, and they’re the people, like Jussie Smollett, who have no qualms about hating entire peoples based solely on the color of their skin.(3)

(3) You’ll object to me that Smollett was really trying to underscore his hostility to Trump and therefore for those who supported Trump’s policies. Yes and no. Remember, that a big part of the “attack narrative” was to be sure to make it clear that the alleged attackers were white. The actual narrative is that people are Trump supporters, racists and homophobes, primarily because they’re white. This is, of course, the basic premise of the racist Race Grievance Industry, who have declared openly that the cause of all the ills of this country are caused by… whiteness and whose who possess white skin.

8 thoughts on “Jussie Smollett Did The Real Lynching

  1. Let me ask you this question.

    First off, if this was a racial hoax beyond a doubt, then he must be held accountable. That should be clear.

    The question is do you think this is worse than self-described white nationalist and coast guard Christopher Hasson’s case where he stockpiled weapons and revealed that he targeted Democrats and media personalities?

    1. Things have levels.

      Smollett has harmed real people. Because there are people who still believe his hoax. People who still believe that Trump voters are racists and hateful people who are that way merely because they support Trump Administration policies, and have white skin. These tens of millions of people are harmed by Smollett’s fraud.

      Hasson planned to hurt people, but actually harmed no one.

      • On that one level Smollett is worse than Hasson.

      On another level, Hasson planned mass murder. That’s far worse than what Smollett planned to do.

      • On that level Hasson was worse than Smollett.

      On yet another level, Smollett tapped into a really evil thing in America: the notion fomented by the Left that Trump voters are racists. In my essay you’ll see that I answered the question: “Why did Smollett do what he did?” One aspect of that answer: Because he was confident he could get away with it. That state of mind is a deeply evil thing. Remember: there is a strong current in America that strongly approves of what Smollett did. Still. Hasson knew one important thing: No one approved of what he was plotting

      • On that level Smollett was worse than Hasson.

      Finally, what both Smollett did and what Hasson was plotting to do were both unmitigated evil.

      Comparison is irrelevant and, in fact, counter productive. Furthermore, the comparison exercise tells us nothing useful. I don’t need to do a comparison to recognize real evil that needs to be condemned from all corners of America. I noticed that you still haven’t condemned the Smollett hoax.

      If you’re going to try to castigate me for not condemning Hasson, the reason is simple: the amount of condemnation of Hasson is not a problem. It was immediate, universal, total and lacking in nothing. The condemnation of Smollett all happened with a mountain of “Buts,” and “Nonethelesses,” and “Howevers,” and “Still and alls,” and “Despite all thats…”

      Here’s the big difference: Condemnation of Hasson was, is, universal, complete, lacking in nothing. No exceptions. But, again, a large segment of American population continues to approve of what Smollett did, regardless of the fact that it was all a lie.

      There are more differences: Because condemnation of Hasson is universal, what Hasson represents is not a threat to anything in America. What Smollett represents, however, is a constant and growing threat to all that’s decent in America. There will be many more Smollett’s, and many more racially-motivated hoaxes and frauds that will harm many more real people.

      Hasson is, properly, going to jail forever. We all know that Smollett will get clean away with what he did. He’ll be back working in Hollywood inside a year.

      Hasson is a lone psycho trying desperately to tap into a long-defeated state of mind that was, itself, largely a propaganda hoax. Smollett is part of a continuing sickness that continues to weaken this country, and harms millions of people each year.

      What Hasson planned to do would have been an atrocity. If you watched what he was planning to do, it was right out of the wacko playbook: random, coherent, incoherent, rational, irrational… impossible. If he’d succeeded — which he had no chance to do — the scope and magnitude of the act would have been horrific. Far worse than the magnitude of what Smollett did. However, Hasson didn’t actually harm anyone. Smollett did. The magnitude of what Smollett did — slander millions of innocent people — was far worse than the magnitude of what Hasson did — plot an atrocity, then fail to carry it out.

      However, the bottom line is still the bottom line: Comparison is irrelevant and, in fact, counter productive. Because the comparison exercise tells us nothing useful.

      Best,

      — x

  2. It’s more telling that you responded this lengthy to a straightforward question. But anyway…

    1. How has believing in a hoax harmful to people when there was no physical, emotional or mental harm on the people suspected to have been responsible?

    2. I wrote about my perspective on the Smollett case a couple of weeks ago here:
    https://brothawolf.wordpress.com/2019/02/23/the-reasons-why-black-and-or-gay-people-are-anxious-about-the-jussie-smollett-case-for-those-that-dont-know/

    At the time, I didn’t what to make of it then. I instead looked at it from various angles. I didn’t condemn it as evil outright and left with that. I DID say how it was detrimental on ways that some people can’t understand. I also said it HERE that he must be held accountable if this was a hoax. That was several days ago. And since it looks like it really is a hoax, then yes, he needs to own up.

    4. Yes, it does seem suspect that you would ignore another news story regarding someone with white nationalist extremism armed to the teeth and targeting media personalities and Democratic politicians. And I beg to differ, NOT everyone thinks what Hasson contemplated was alarming. And where do you think he got his views from? It didn’t come out of thin air?

    Note: If you try to blame the left in his creation, you’re just doing the same thing he’s done. Not to make you feel small, but Hasson was an anti-leftist as well.

    As far as Smollett goes, yes, many tried to examine why he would come up with such a phony crime. Why would a gay black man create a racial hoax? Since he’s a star of a TV show, reports speculate because of pay grievances or a way to advance his career. But the fact still remains that there were more racial hoaxes against black people by white people. Note that I didn’t say that there haven’t been cases where the skin colors are reversed or that they weren’t as bad. But I AM saying that interracial hoaxes by white people blaming nonexistent black suspects happen more often.

    5. You said, “Hasson is a lone psycho trying desperately to tap into a long-defeated state of mind that was, itself, largely a propaganda hoax.”

    For as long as I’ve known you, you have problems when people talk or blog about racism by whites to the point where you call those people “racists”. But whenever there have been news stories where race has been an issue and people of color were targeted and victiminzed at the hands of whites, you stay silent or try not to call a spade a spade.

    In this case, you’re trying to say that Hasson was caught up in his own psychological shortcomings and that he’s just another lonewolf.

    As I mentioned before and as reported, Hasson started picking up on white nationalist views. According to the report, he said he was a skinhead and studied the manifesto of Anders Behring Breivik, a far-right Norwegian extremist who killed 77 people in 2011. And just for the sake of argument, if you think for a second that Hasson is unique, I can only say that you’re – as usual – kidding yourself.

    You said, “However, Hasson didn’t actually harm anyone. Smollett did. The magnitude of what Smollett did — slander millions of innocent people — was far worse than the magnitude of what Hasson did.”

    Seriously?

    Here’s the deal. Smollett’s case is minor compared to the impacts that past racial hoaxes against blacks have done. (Don’t blame me for a historic fact.) Yes, it was wrong. But to focus on the severity of this as somehow more or completely devastating while not acknowledging the problems that influenced Hasson to plan another American mass murder is to ignore and dismiss the underlying issues of hate and violence that festers in the minds and hearts of a lot of white people in the past and (mostly) white males who aligned themselves with far-right extremist groups.

    This isn’t a racist statement making light of this reality. Any argument that defends such groups, as you did in one post a while back, and blame those who dare to fight against their hate-fueled and violence mindset tells others that you may have tied with them or that you may be so fragile that you can’t stand it when white people are blamed for anything even if and when they’re responsible. and so, you call those people racist, evil and bad. That’s very telling and highly problematic.

    So to say that the Hasson issue is less powerful than Smollett is to ignore what the problems REALLY were and defend white nationalism again.

    Listen, not all people who condemn white racism hate white people. When I condemned the actions of someone like Hasson, I spoke out against the kind of thinking that molded him into a white nationalist and potential terrorist.

    Finally, you said, ” Comparison is irrelevant and, in fact, counter productive. Because the comparison exercise tells us nothing useful.”

    Ummm…you just did at the end, and it did tell me something actually.

    1. You Said:
      It’s more telling that you responded this lengthy to a straightforward question. But anyway…
      My Reply:
      Nope. Any question on earth could result in at least a book-length response. Don’t say dumb stuff.
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      You Said:
      1. How has believing in a hoax harmful to people when there was no physical, emotional or mental harm on the people suspected to have been responsible?
      My Reply:
      It wasn’t that believing in a hoax harmed people, it’s the fact that so many people believed immediately that tens of millions of innocent people were guilty of being terrible people merely on the say-so of the bigoted bastard Jussie Smollett. He helped perpetuate the slander, and millions — including you — still believe that, despite the fraud, Smollett’s general notion is true. The problem is that Smollett’s fraud, despite being a fraud and a lie, solidifies in the mind of other bigoted bastards the notion that Smollett’s basic premise is true. The basic premise is a lie that harms tens of millions every day. Smollett’s lesson is that tens of millions of Americans hate tens of millions of other Americans based only on the color of their skin.

      How can you of all people pretend that emotional and mental harm have no effect on people? That’s your entire schtick!
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      You Said:
      2. I wrote about my perspective on the Smollett case a couple of weeks ago here:
      https://brothawolf.wordpress.com/2019/02/23/the-reasons-why-black-and-or-gay-people-are-anxious-about-the-jussie-smollett-case-for-those-that-dont-know/
      At the time, I didn’t what to make of it then. I instead looked at it from various angles. I didn’t condemn it as evil outright and left with that. I DID say how it was detrimental on ways that some people can’t understand. I also said it HERE that he must be held accountable if this was a hoax. That was several days ago. And since it looks like it really is a hoax, then yes, he needs to own up.
      My Reply:
      Lol! Your “article” on the Smollett case was a bunch of crap. Here are the transparent pieces of crap. Pieces of crap that are obviously false:

      • As expected, the right was flabbergasted, eating up the news coverage that the alleged attack was a hoax as claimed by Chicago P.D., a law enforcement agency with a not-so-sterling record of trustworthiness, ethics and justice regarding policing communities of color

      • Commentators from mostly liberal news outlets try to examine this case, particularly focusing on why would an actor who’s black and gay himself would pull off such a horrid act in the midst of this nation’s disastrous atmosphere and what would happen to blacks, gays and actual victims of hate crimes IF Smollett was lying the whole time.

      • conservatives are breathing a sigh of relief as well as recording this case in their memory banks to use it against the left and those they consider are SJWs (Social Justice Warriors) should any actual hate crime happens, real or otherwise.

      • As expected, the right was flabbergasted, eating up the news coverage that the alleged attack was a hoax

      • I can remember clearly how right wing media wanted to argue against the fact that racism was the motivating factor for the Charleston Church massacre. [Editor’s Note: BW made this up. All right-wing media condemned the massacre in Charleston as a racist attack.]

      • In this climate where white racism is bubbling in this nation [Editor’s Note: Oh? Where?]

      • We can’t accept someone would be this stupid and careless to want to jeopardize himself, help to undermine any activism against the unapologetic hate in this country [Editor’s Note: again, where?]

      • I’ve learned since blogging that some people are too closed-minded with zero empathy to truly get why this case is weighing so heavily on our hearts and minds. They could care less if this puts us in an uneasy position and puts more stress on us than we already feel. [Editor’s Note: This is paranoia. People like BrothaWolf are worried only that the media and others will stop believing their constant whining without any evidence that their whining corresponds to anything in reality.]

      • So yes, people have damn good reasons to be nervous. [Editor’s Note: Yep. Now, they realize they might get caught when they commit racist hoaxes like Jussie Smollett’s.]

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      You Said:
      4. Yes, it does seem suspect that you would ignore another news story regarding someone with white nationalist extremism armed to the teeth and targeting media personalities and Democratic politicians. And I beg to differ, NOT everyone thinks what Hasson contemplated was alarming. And where do you think he got his views from? It didn’t come out of thin air?
      My Reply:
      Nope, it’s not suspect, for the very reasons that I mentioned. Stop saying dumb crap. Again, I don’t take my editorial direction from you or from anyone on the Left. Go ahead, find me one person whom anyone takes seriously who spoke approvingly of Hasson. I can point you to millions who have spoken approvingly of Smollett. Including you.

      Hasson got his ideas from his psychosis. And, yes, you can blame the left-wing media for the locus of Hasson’s ideas. After all, they’re the ones who are incessantly beating the drum that Conservatives are racists. It’s a lie, but that lie, when repeated 24/7/365, can inflame psychos like Hasson.
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      You Said:
      As far as Smollett goes, yes, many tried to examine why he would come up with such a phony crime. Why would a gay black man create a racial hoax? Since he’s a star of a TV show, reports speculate because of pay grievances or a way to advance his career. But the fact still remains that there were more racial hoaxes against black people by white people. Note that I didn’t say that there haven’t been cases where the skin colors are reversed or that they weren’t as bad. But I AM saying that interracial hoaxes by white people blaming nonexistent black suspects happen more often.
      My Reply:
      Again, one thing was absolutely, unassailably, no-doubt-about-it true: Smollett was convinced he had a good chance of getting away with it.

      Whether there were more “racial hoaxes against black people by white people” than the other way around is irrelevant. Whenever such a white against black fraud happens, the condemnation is universal and complete. No one, whom anyone takes seriously, approves of white-against-black hoaxes, as rare as they are. Yet, still people like you are making excuses for dirtbags lke Smollett.
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      You Said:
      For as long as I’ve known you, you have problems when people talk or blog about racism by whites to the point where you call those people “racists”. But whenever there have been news stories where race has been an issue and people of color were targeted and victiminzed at the hands of whites, you stay silent or try not to call a spade a spade.
      My Reply:
      Hogwash.

      I (we) condemn all racism from all corners. No matter… my faults, or lack thereof, are irrelevant. They have no bearing on whether what I said in the essay is true.
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      You Said:
      As I mentioned before and as reported, Hasson started picking up on white nationalist views. According to the report, he said he was a skinhead and studied the manifesto of Anders Behring Breivik, a far-right Norwegian extremist who killed 77 people in 2011. And just for the sake of argument, if you think for a second that Hasson is unique, I can only say that you’re – as usual – kidding yourself.

      My Reply:
      Whatever… he didn’t actually do anything. If you’re trying to convince me that Hasson is evil, you don’t have to bother. I’d be the 100 millionth and first person to state that obvious thing. Still no relevance to what I said in the essay. White nationalist views are the responsibility of the media who keep pretending that they’re a significant segment in American society instead of a tiny fringe minority,
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      You Said:
      You said, “However, Hasson didn’t actually harm anyone. Smollett did. The magnitude of what Smollett did — slander millions of innocent people — was far worse than the magnitude of what Hasson did.”

      Seriously?
      My Reply:
      Yes. Of course.

      The authorities caught Hasson before he was able to do anything. Obviously.
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      You Said:
      Here’s the deal. Smollett’s case is minor compared to the impacts that past racial hoaxes against blacks have done. (Don’t blame me for a historic fact.) Yes, it was wrong. But to focus on the severity of this as somehow more or completely devastating while not acknowledging the problems that influenced Hasson to plan another American mass murder is to ignore and dismiss the underlying issues of hate and violence that festers in the minds and hearts of a lot of white people in the past and (mostly) white males who aligned themselves with far-right extremist groups.
      My Reply:
      Dude: you were never able to figure this out: We’re not talking about the past. My (our) premise has long been: “White racism is no longer a big problem in America today.” Yes, there were frauds, injustices, crimes committed against black pepole by white people in the increasingly distant past, but for a very long time the tide has been in the other direction. Now, there are way, way, way, way more frauds of the nature of the Smollett Hoax than the reverse. Why? Easy: Smollett was right. You’ll get away with it if you’re a black or gay person, and you invent a fraud against a white or straight person.

      All the frauds and hoaxes are wrong. No exceptions.
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      You Said:
      “hate and violence that festers in the minds and hearts of a lot of white people in the past and (mostly) white males who aligned themselves with far-right extremist groups.”
      My Reply:
      This is an appalling, despicable piece of crap that only a bigoted bastard would write. You ought to be ashamed of yourself, you retrograde, neanderthal bastard.

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      You Said:
      This isn’t a racist statement making light of this reality. Any argument that defends such groups, as you did in one post a while back, and blame those who dare to fight against their hate-fueled and violence mindset tells others that you may have tied with them or that you may be so fragile that you can’t stand it when white people are blamed for anything even if and when they’re responsible. and so, you call those people racist, evil and bad. That’s very telling and highly problematic.
      My Reply:
      This isn’t a racist statement making light of this reality. Any argument that defends such groups, as you did in one post a while back, and blame those who dare to fight against their hate-fueled and violence mindset tells others that you may have tied with them or that you may be so fragile that you can’t stand it when black people are blamed for anything even if and when they’re responsible. and so, you call those people racist, evil and bad. That’s very telling and highly problematic.
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      You Said:
      So to say that the Hasson issue is less powerful than Smollett is to ignore what the problems REALLY were and defend white nationalism again.
      My Reply:
      So to say that the Smollett issue is less powerful than Hasson is to ignore what the problems REALLY were and defend black nationalism again.
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      You Said:
      Listen, not all people who condemn white racism hate white people. When I condemned the actions of someone like Hasson, I spoke out against the kind of thinking that molded him into a white nationalist and potential terrorist.
      My Reply:
      Listen, not all people who condemn black racism hate black people. When I condemned the actions of someone like Smollett, I spoke out against the kind of thinking that molded him into a black nationalist and a racist terrorist.
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      You Said:
      Finally, you said, ” Comparison is irrelevant and, in fact, counter productive. Because the comparison exercise tells us nothing useful.”
      Ummm…you just did at the end, and it did tell me something actually.
      My Reply:
      Nope. An irrelevant comparison between two despicable, evil acts tells you nothing useful.
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      Best,

      — x

      1. Nope. Any question on earth could result in at least a book-length response. Don’t say dumb stuff.

        So, for instance, asking someone what color the sky is require a paragraph or two?

        It wasn’t that believing in a hoax harmed people, it’s the fact that so many people believed immediately that tens of millions of innocent people were guilty of being terrible people merely on the say-so of the bigoted bastard Jussie Smollett. He helped perpetuate the slander, and millions — including you — still believe that, despite the fraud, Smollett’s general notion is true. The problem is that Smollett’s fraud, despite being a fraud and a lie, solidifies in the mind of other bigoted bastards the notion that Smollett’s basic premise is true. The basic premise is a lie that harms tens of millions every day. Smollett’s lesson is that tens of millions of Americans hate tens of millions of other Americans based only on the color of their skin.

        First of all, how does a couple of suspects – like Smollett said – equal to tens of millions of people??? That’s makes NO sense no matter what political leaning you’re on. Is there a form of math I never heard of, or are you just terrible at simple equations?

        By you using your favorite name “bigoted bastards”, I’m assuming you mean black people on the left, and I drew that conclusion based on your obsessive need to say over and over that black racism is somehow more acceptable than white racism based on your “definition” of racism which continues to be highly flawed. As far as the last statement of that paragraph, again, I assume you mean tens of millions of black people hate tens of millions of white people based on skin color. In which case, you continue to not know the reality of racism, and you purposely made a choice not to learn.

        How can you of all people pretend that emotional and mental harm have no effect on people? That’s your entire schtick!

        Are you serious? Look, and I’ll spell it out in caps. THAT, AS WELL AS PHYSICAL HARM, HAVE BEEN INFLICTED ON BLACK PEOPLE FOR A FEW CENTURIES AND CONTINUES TO BE AN ISSUE TODAY. BUT YOU, ON THE OTHER HAND, WILL CONTINUE TO GIVE ME THE OLD “RACISM ISN’T A MAJOR ISSUE ANYMORE” LINE FOR THE MILLIONTH TIME AS IF THAT SENTENCE ALONE CANCELS OUT NOT ONLY ALL ARGUMENTS THAT IT ACTUALLY IS BUT SHOWS GIVES A HINT OF HOW BADLY YOU WANT IT TO BE TRUE NO MATTER HOW FALSE IT IS.

        Seriously, give me a break!

        Lol! Your “article” on the Smollett case was a bunch of crap.

        I’ll leave it here, because you calling people, their ideas and their views crap, stupid and dumb and think you’re intellectually superior demonstrates a weak ego.

        I can remember clearly how right wing media wanted to argue against the fact that racism was the motivating factor for the Charleston Church massacre. [Editor’s Note: BW made this up. All right-wing media condemned the massacre in Charleston as a racist attack.]

        This must be your thing, anything I say about the right that irks you a.k.a. true is made up in your mind.

        I’ve learned since blogging that some people are too closed-minded with zero empathy to truly get why this case is weighing so heavily on our hearts and minds. They could care less if this puts us in an uneasy position and puts more stress on us than we already feel. [Editor’s Note: This is paranoia. People like BrothaWolf are worried only that the media and others will stop believing their constant whining without any evidence that their whining corresponds to anything in reality.]

        You’re not only in denial, you’re attempting to gaslight your audience. You keep saying there is no proof, but what you’re saying is there is no proof THAT WILL CONVINCE YOU. As such, you call us paranoid or delusional when it shows that you’re just projecting your flaws onto me to shield yourself from the harsh realities of what black people face each day. Instead, you consider black anti-racists as being anti-white in as many words as possible.

        Nope, it’s not suspect, for the very reasons that I mentioned. Stop saying dumb crap. Again, I don’t take my editorial direction from you or from anyone on the Left. Go ahead, find me one person whom anyone takes seriously who spoke approvingly of Hasson. I can point you to millions who have spoken approvingly of Smollett. Including you.

        It IS VERY suspect whether you think so or not. To anyone viewing your blog, it’s VERY SUSPECT. And yet, you accuse me of saying dumb crap.

        If you want to find people who support Hasson, go to the sites like the one you constantly accuse my blog of being like i. e. sites like Stormfront or any alt-right, white nationalist, white supremacist blog or website, and I’m sure you’ll find at least one example.

        Hasson got his ideas from his psychosis. And, yes, you can blame the left-wing media for the locus of Hasson’s ideas. After all, they’re the ones who are incessantly beating the drum that Conservatives are racists. It’s a lie, but that lie, when repeated 24/7/365, can inflame psychos like Hasson.

        You blaming the left is always your excuse for right wingers – even those on the far right – behaving badly or in this case, thinking badly. You NEVER condemn this people, without bring up the left at least. In case you don’t know, that’s defending an ideology that not only divides people, but downplays the issue in order to portray those who are against it as the real problem.

        Again, one thing was absolutely, unassailably, no-doubt-about-it true: Smollett was convinced he had a good chance of getting away with it.

        He probably would if he had planned it better, but it was weak and was bound to fail. As such, he is charged and is facing prison time.

        Whether there were more “racial hoaxes against black people by white people” than the other way around is irrelevant. Whenever such a white against black fraud happens, the condemnation is universal and complete. No one, whom anyone takes seriously, approves of white-against-black hoaxes, as rare as they are. Yet, still people like you are making excuses for dirtbags lke Smollett.

        In other words, it doesn’t matter that black people could be seen as criminals or thugs because of a racial hoaxes that happens more often than the other way around and could be under suspicion or worse. BUUUUUUT…according to YOU and the Smollett case, you said:

        “It wasn’t that believing in a hoax harmed people, it’s the fact that so many people believed immediately that tens of millions of innocent people were guilty of being terrible people merely on the say-so of the bigoted bastard Jussie Smollett.”

        By tens of millions of innocent people, I’m guessing you mean white people.

        So, you’re saying that racial hoaxes against blacks don’t matter, but racial hoaxes against whites does. That explains why anything I tell you about the truths and realities of racism are shot down. You really don’t care about the welfare of black people if you continue to claim how racism against them isn’t a major issue (to you).

        I (we) condemn all racism from all corners. No matter… my faults, or lack thereof, are irrelevant. They have no bearing on whether what I said in the essay is true.

        I don’t you condemn racism by whites. You snap at black people who speak against racism, and call them racists. Again, you’re just saying that to be anti-racist is to be anti-white.

        …You were never able to figure this out: We’re not talking about the past. My (our) premise has long been: “White racism is no longer a big problem in America today.” Yes, there were frauds, injustices, crimes committed against black pepole by white people in the increasingly distant past, but for a very long time the tide has been in the other direction. Now, there are way, way, way, way more frauds of the nature of the Smollett Hoax than the reverse. Why? Easy: Smollett was right. You’ll get away with it if you’re a black or gay person, and you invent a fraud against a white or straight person.
        All the frauds and hoaxes are wrong. No exceptions.

        It’s more like you don’t want to accept that you’re childishly wrong about your meaning of racism. You keep sounding like a broken record repeating that same, line over and over again. That’s YOUR premise, but it’s NOT FACT, and you show you’re not intellectually mature enough to think about it as you keep saying it ad nauseum with no context. NONE.

        You’re constant argument that racism against blacks is in the past also shows how little you know about history, if you’re indeed that ignorant for real and not for online purposes. You keep sounding like you never learned history beyond an elementary school text book from Texas.

        You keep saying that if black and gay people were to commit frauds, they’d get away with it?

        Remember when I keep repeating that straight white males are not oppressed in any way in this country? You keep saying that you are aware, but yet, you argue on behalf of straight white males as if they really are having it rough in this country.

        So, which is it, is it rough out there for straight white males or not?

        This is an appalling, despicable piece of crap that only a bigoted bastard would write. You ought to be ashamed of yourself, you retrograde, neanderthal bastard.

        I’m not ashamed of saying what’s true and needed to be said. If you’re offended by it, frankly, you can go cry about it, you big baby.

        This isn’t a racist statement making light of this reality. Any argument that defends such groups, as you did in one post a while back, and blame those who dare to fight against their hate-fueled and violence mindset tells others that you may have tied with them or that you may be so fragile that you can’t stand it when black people are blamed for anything even if and when they’re responsible. and so, you call those people racist, evil and bad. That’s very telling and highly problematic.

        Replacing one word doesn’t make it true., especially if you don’t even know what the problem is.

        So to say that the Smollett issue is less powerful than Hasson is to ignore what the problems REALLY were and defend black nationalism again.

        Weak. Black nationalism is NO threat to you. And you call me paranoid.

        Listen, not all people who condemn black racism hate black people. When I condemned the actions of someone like Smollett, I spoke out against the kind of thinking that molded him into a black nationalist and a racist terrorist.

        Really? You think this makes your argument stronger or valid?

        Smollett is NOT a black nationalist or racist terrorist. I don’t even think he mentioned what color his supposed attackers were.

        You really think white people are in danger of black people who don’t kiss the butts of white people? Are you that afraid of us???

        Conclusion: I know you’ll try and replace certain words in some of my responses, including this one, but all in all, you’re a white apologist. Online at least, you don’t know how anti-racism works. You don’t even know about the realities and impacts of racism against black people, and you don’t care to know. Yet, I remember you writing how you love black people. If there were true, you wouldn’t say that racism isn’t a major problem in this country anymore. Saying that shows otherwise, and black people are not so dumb or crazy to take your or anyone else with the same opinion seriously.

        And I really don’t take you seriously as you pretty much linked conservatism with white victimhood believing that somehow the tables are turned against whites. Not only is that false and laughable, but it’s just…stupid as hell.

        So yes, white people, both conservatives and liberals are still LARGELY RACIST in this nation. They still see my people as less-than or inferior. And until, they – as well as you – confront that truth, and want racism to end or at least weaken, then people will continue to call them out on it whenever and wherever it appears. You can call them all the names you can. You can call me all the names you can, but it doesn’t bend reality to your will anymore than you think it has.

        1. You Said:
          So, for instance, asking someone what color the sky is require a paragraph or two?
          My Reply:
          Yes. You received a detailed, well-connsidered reply for a question that was irrelevant to anything important. You’re welcome.
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          You Said:
          First of all, how does a couple of suspects – like Smollett said – equal to tens of millions of people??? That’s makes NO sense no matter what political leaning you’re on. Is there a form of math I never heard of, or are you just terrible at simple equations?
          My Reply:
          Smollett’s intent was to use his faked “incident” to try to send the message that all white Trump voters and supporters are racists. This is obvious. You should see it, because you’ve try to make the same nonsensical, racist point as well.
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          You Said:
          By you using your favorite name “bigoted bastards”, I’m assuming you mean black people on the left, and I drew that conclusion based on your obsessive need to say over and over that black racism is somehow more acceptable than white racism based on your “definition” of racism which continues to be highly flawed. As far as the last statement of that paragraph, again, I assume you mean tens of millions of black people hate tens of millions of white people based on skin color. In which case, you continue to not know the reality of racism, and you purposely made a choice not to learn.
          My Reply:
          No, By using the term “bigoted bastards,” I mean bigoted bastards. Thank you for falling into my trap! As far as the last statement of my paragraph, again, you have made the racist statement over and over and over and over again that tens of millions of white people hate tens of millions of black people based solely on their skin color. In which case, you continue not to know the reality of racism, and you’ve purposely made a choice not to learn.

          It’s pretty easy to trip you up, BBB.
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          You Said:
          Are you serious? Look, and I’ll spell it out in caps. THAT, AS WELL AS PHYSICAL HARM, HAVE BEEN INFLICTED ON BLACK PEOPLE FOR A FEW CENTURIES AND CONTINUES TO BE AN ISSUE TODAY. BUT YOU, ON THE OTHER HAND, WILL CONTINUE TO GIVE ME THE OLD “RACISM ISN’T A MAJOR ISSUE ANYMORE” LINE FOR THE MILLIONTH TIME AS IF THAT SENTENCE ALONE CANCELS OUT NOT ONLY ALL ARGUMENTS THAT IT ACTUALLY IS BUT SHOWS GIVES A HINT OF HOW BADLY YOU WANT IT TO BE TRUE NO MATTER HOW FALSE IT IS.
          My Reply:
          Are you serious? Look, and I’ll spell it out in caps. THAT, AS WELL AS PHYSICAL HARM, HAVE NOT BEEN INFLICTED ON BLACK PEOPLE FOR 60 YEARS AND CONTINUES TO BE AN INSIGNIFICANT ISSUE TODAY. BUT YOU, ON THE OTHER HAND, WILL CONTINUE TO GIVE ME THE OLD “RACISM IS A MAJOR ISSUE STILL LINE FOR THE MILLIONTH TIME AS IF THAT SENTENCE ALONE CANCELS OUT NOT ONLY ALL ARGUMENTS THAT IT ACTUALLY ISN’T BUT SHOWS GIVES A HINT OF HOW BADLY YOU WANT IT TO BE TRUE NO MATTER HOW FALSE IT IS.

          The last phrase is the key one, the only important one: “YOU WANT RACISM TO BE A BIG PROBLEM NO MATTER HOW FALSE IT IS.” And you’ll make any absurd arguement you can, including using caps — as if saying something absurd more forcefully somehow diminishes the absurdity of what you’re saying.
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          You Said:
          I’ll leave it here, because you calling people, their ideas and their views crap, stupid and dumb and think you’re intellectually superior demonstrates a weak ego.
          My Reply:
          No. Your piece on Smollett was, and is a bunch of uneducated, ignorant, poorly-expressed (as well as racist) crap. No getting around it.
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          You Said:
          [Quoting himself] I can remember clearly how right wing media wanted to argue against the fact that racism was the motivating factor for the Charleston Church massacre. [Now quoting MY reaction to his quote.] [Editor’s Note: BW made this up. All right-wing media condemned the massacre in Charleston as a racist attack.]

          [This is BW’s response] This must be your thing, anything I say about the right that irks you a.k.a. true is made up in your mind.
          My Reply:
          No. YOu made this up. Fabricated it completely. The media coverage was unanimous, no exceptions, that the Charleston Church massacre was a racist attack. Dude: admit it — you either remembered it wrong, or you lied. Those are the only two options.
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          You Said:

          You’re not only in denial, you’re attempting to gaslight your audience. You keep saying there is no proof, but what you’re saying is there is no proof THAT WILL CONVINCE YOU. As such, you call us paranoid or delusional when it shows that you’re just projecting your flaws onto me to shield yourself from the harsh realities of what black people face each day. Instead, you consider black anti-racists as being anti-white in as many words as possible.
          My Reply:
          Here’s the proper way to write this paragraph. I’ll strike out anything that’s either irrelevant, stupid, racist, or that I’ve covered many times before: “You’re not only in denial, you’re attempting to gaslight your audience. You keep saying there is no proof, but what you’re saying is there is no proof THAT WILL CONVINCE YOU. As such, you call us paranoid or delusional when it shows that you’re just projecting your flaws onto me to shield yourself from the harsh realities of what black people face each day. Instead, you consider black anti-racists as being anti-white in as many words as possible.

          There, that’s better. You’re welcome.
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          You Said:
          If you want to find people who support Hasson, go to the sites like the one you constantly accuse my blog of being like i. e. sites like Stormfront or any alt-right, white nationalist, white supremacist blog or website, and I’m sure you’ll find at least one example.
          My Reply:
          I’d agree to do this, but I’ve tried. There just aren’t that many around. However, there are plenty of racist sites like yours around. What I said was simply true: No one supports Hasson. Certainly no one whom anyone takes seriously.
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          You Said:
          You blaming the left is always your excuse for right wingers – even those on the far right – behaving badly or in this case, thinking badly. You NEVER condemn this people, without bring up the left at least. In case you don’t know, that’s defending an ideology that not only divides people, but downplays the issue in order to portray those who are against it as the real problem.
          My Reply:
          Here’s the proper way to write this paragraph. I’ll strike out anything that’s either irrelevant, stupid, racist, or that I’ve covered many times before: “You blaming the left is always your excuse for right wingers – even those on the far right – behaving badly or in this case, thinking badly. You NEVER condemn this people, without bring up the left at least. In case you don’t know, that’s defending an ideology that not only divides people, but downplays the issue in order to portray those who are against it as the real problem.

          There, that’s better. You’re welcome.
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          You Said:
          [Quoting me] Again, one thing was absolutely, unassailably, no-doubt-about-it true: Smollett was convinced he had a good chance of getting away with it. [End of quote]

          He probably would if he had planned it better, but it was weak and was bound to fail. As such, he is charged and is facing prison time.

          My Reply:
          Nope. He’ll skate completely. Want proof? How about the Duke LaCrosse team accuser. The Rolling Stone accuser? And innumerable other such false accusers? (Andy Ngo provides a helpful catalogue of them) all are free having spent not a day in jail. Bigoted Bastard Jussie Smollett won’t spend a day in jail.
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          You Said:
          In other words, it doesn’t matter that black people could be seen as criminals or thugs because of a racial hoaxes that happens more often than the other way around and could be under suspicion or worse. BUUUUUUT…according to YOU and the Smollett case, you said:

          “It wasn’t that believing in a hoax harmed people, it’s the fact that so many people believed immediately that tens of millions of innocent people were guilty of being terrible people merely on the say-so of the bigoted bastard Jussie Smollett.”

          By tens of millions of innocent people, I’m guessing you mean white people.
          My Reply:
          Dude: Smollett’s intent was not to pretend that black people are racists. His intent was to say that he was attacked by two MAGA hat-wearing, Trump-supporting, white dudes… knowing full well that the media and the rest of the Race Grievance Industry would say immediately that all MAGA hat-wearing, Trump-supporting, white dudes are therefore racist, homophobic, evil people. You know, just like what you say.

          And, yes, tens of millions of white people are completely innocent of that slander. Millions of others are not, but they’re leftists, so they’re racists. Like you.
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          You Said:
          So, you’re saying that racial hoaxes against blacks don’t matter, but racial hoaxes against whites does. That explains why anything I tell you about the truths and realities of racism are shot down. You really don’t care about the welfare of black people if you continue to claim how racism against them isn’t a major issue (to you).
          My Reply:
          Here’s the proper way to write this paragraph. I’ll strike out anything that’s either irrelevant, stupid, racist, or that I’ve covered many times before: “So, you’re saying that racial hoaxes against blacks don’t matter, but racial hoaxes against whites does. That explains why anything I tell you about the truths and realities of racism are shot down. You really don’t care about the welfare of black people if you continue to claim how racism against them isn’t a major issue (to you).

          There, that’s better. You’re welcome.
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          You Said:
          I don’t you (sic) [Editor’s Note: Would you at least try to proofread what you write once or twice?] condemn racism by whites. You snap at black people who speak against racism, and call them racists. Again, you’re just saying that to be anti-racist is to be anti-white.
          My Reply:
          Dude: the point is that, as a racist yourself, you’re not anti-racist. You’re as pro-racist as they come! You just like your own racism, and you don’t like anyone else’s. You pretend that your own racism is good racism, but that anyone else’s is evil. That’s not “anti-racist.”

          You are anti-white, but that’s because you’re a racist! None of this is all that difficult to understand. Real anti-racists are, well, not racists. You, however, got smoked out of the racist muck you’ve been hiding in a long time ago.

          Oh, and when you suggested that “we don’t condemn racism by whites,” you even quoted me when I said: “All the frauds and hoaxes are wrong. No exceptions.” It’s right there… up above just a bit. More to the point, we’ve always condemned racism from all corners at all times. No exceptions. Furthermore, we’ve always condemned racial hoaxes no matter the source.
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          You Said:
          It’s more like you don’t want to accept that you’re childishly wrong about your meaning of racism. You keep sounding like a broken record repeating that same, line over and over again. That’s YOUR premise, but it’s NOT FACT, and you show you’re not intellectually mature enough to think about it as you keep saying it ad nauseum with no context. NONE.
          My Reply:
          Here’s the proper way to write this paragraph. I’ll strike out anything that’s either irrelevant, stupid, racist, or that I’ve covered many times before: “It’s more like you don’t want to accept that you’re childishly wrong about your meaning of racism. You keep sounding like a broken record repeating that same, line over and over again. That’s YOUR premise, but it’s NOT FACT, and you show you’re not intellectually mature enough to think about it as you keep saying it ad nauseum with no context. NONE.

          There, that’s better. You’re welcome.
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          You Said:
          You’re constant argument that racism against blacks is in the past also shows how little you know about history, if you’re indeed that ignorant for real and not for online purposes. You keep sounding like you never learned history beyond an elementary school text book from Texas.
          My Reply:
          Here’s the proper way to write this paragraph. I’ll strike out anything that’s either irrelevant, stupid, racist, or that I’ve covered many times before: “You’re constant argument that racism against blacks is in the past also shows how little you know about history, if you’re indeed that ignorant for real and not for online purposes. You keep sounding like you never learned history beyond an elementary school text book from Texas.

          There, that’s better. You’re welcome.
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          You Said:
          You keep saying that if black and gay people were to commit frauds, they’d get away with it?

          Remember when I keep repeating that straight white males are not oppressed in any way in this country? You keep saying that you are aware, but yet, you argue on behalf of straight white males as if they really are having it rough in this country.

          So, which is it, is it rough out there for straight white males or not?
          My Reply:
          Here’s the proper way to write those paragraphs. I’ll strike out anything that’s either irrelevant, stupid, racist, or that I’ve covered many times before: “You keep saying that if black and gay people were to commit frauds, they’d get away with it?

          Remember when I keep repeating that straight white males are not oppressed in any way in this country? You keep saying that you are aware, but yet, you argue on behalf of straight white males as if they really are having it rough in this country.

          So, which is it, is it rough out there for straight white males or not?

          There, that’s better. You’re welcome.
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          You Said:
          [Quoting me] This is an appalling, despicable piece of crap that only a bigoted bastard would write. You ought to be ashamed of yourself, you retrograde, neanderthal bastard. [End of quote]

          I’m not ashamed of saying what’s true and needed to be said. If you’re offended by it, frankly, you can go cry about it, you big baby.
          My Reply:
          I’m not offended by anything. You need to apologize for yourself. You are a retrograde neanderthal, and you need to do something about it for your own betterment. An apology is a good place to start.
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          You Said:
          Weak. Black nationalism is NO threat to you. And you call me paranoid.
          My Reply:
          I don’t care whether black nationalism is a threat to me. It exists. It has existed for a long time. It’s racist, and it’s just as bad as white nationalism. I noticed that you just defended it right here, right now. You are a black nationalist! You lied in a post a while back, denying that you were. It really is easy to smoke you out.
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          You Said:
          [Quoting me, changing a few words in quoting him] Listen, not all people who condemn black racism hate black people. When I condemned the actions of someone like Smollett, I spoke out against the kind of thinking that molded him into a black nationalist and a racist terrorist. [End of quote]

          Really? You think this makes your argument stronger or valid?
          My Reply:
          Oh, I just enjoy pointing out when your own words pertain more to you than to me.
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          You Said:
          Smollett is NOT a black nationalist or racist terrorist. I don’t even think he mentioned what color his supposed attackers were.

          You really think white people are in danger of black people who don’t kiss the butts of white people? Are you that afraid of us???
          My Reply:
          I’m not at all afraid of us.

          Yes, Smollett is a black nationalist, and a racist leftist. “Terrorist” was your word. That made it fair game, and I reserve the right to use it again. Unless, that is, you wish to renounce the use of the word. If you do, let me know now, and the word will be off-limits for anything except obviously terroristic activities, and not the usual left-wing, whack-job hyperbole in which you so often engage.
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          You Said:
          Conclusion: I know you’ll try and replace certain words in some of my responses, including this one, but all in all, you’re a white apologist. Online at least, you don’t know how anti-racism works. You don’t even know about the realities and impacts of racism against black people, and you don’t care to know. Yet, I remember you writing how you love black people. If there were true, you wouldn’t say that racism isn’t a major problem in this country anymore. Saying that shows otherwise, and black people are not so dumb or crazy to take your or anyone else with the same opinion seriously.
          My Reply:
          Here’s the proper way to write this paragraph. I’ll strike out anything that’s either irrelevant, stupid, racist, or that I’ve covered many times before: “Conclusion: I know you’ll try and replace certain words in some of my responses, including this one, but all in all, you’re a white apologist. Online at least, you don’t know how anti-racism works. You don’t even know about the realities and impacts of racism against black people, and you don’t care to know. Yet, I remember you writing how you love black people. If there were true, you wouldn’t say that racism isn’t a major problem in this country anymore. Saying that shows otherwise, and black people are not so dumb or crazy to take your or anyone else with the same opinion seriously.

          There, that’s better. You’re welcome.
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          You Said:
          And I really don’t take you seriously as you pretty much linked conservatism with white victimhood believing that somehow the tables are turned against whites. Not only is that false and laughable, but it’s just…stupid as hell.
          My Reply:
          Here’s the proper way to write this paragraph. I’ll strike out anything that’s either irrelevant, stupid, racist, or that I’ve covered many times before: “And I really don’t take you seriously as you pretty much linked conservatism with white victimhood believing that somehow the tables are turned against whites. Not only is that false and laughable, but it’s just…stupid as heck.
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          You Said:
          So yes, white people, both conservatives and liberals are still LARGELY RACIST in this nation. They still see my people as less-than or inferior. And until, they – as well as you – confront that truth, and want racism to end or at least weaken, then people will continue to call them out on it whenever and wherever it appears. You can call them all the names you can. You can call me all the names you can, but it doesn’t bend reality to your will anymore than you think it has.
          My Reply:
          Nope. Leftists are racists, but not in the way you misunderstand racism. Conservatives are not racists. Your people — leftists — are inferior. Because they’re leftists and because they choose to be inferior. You don’t want racism to end, that’s why you keep fabricating more and more and more… all to keep the long dead beast appearing to be alive. I don’t have to call you any other names than the one you called yourself: Racist.
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          Best,

          — x

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