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Vertigo-go    39,386
11 hours ago, CalixSpurius said:

He's not even American, n-word has absolutely no connotation for him other than hearing rappers sing it. 

The reach brit8

We live in a globalist society, he knows exactly what it means. He's in Sweden, not in an isolated cultural landscape Laos, or something wendy4

Stop defending pieces of shit, you may get some on you trash1

 

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Simón.    14,398
11 hours ago, CalixSpurius said:

He's not even American, n-word has absolutely no connotation for him other than hearing rappers sing it. 

Sweden is home of several white supremacist groups. 

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Hermione    23,230
1 hour ago, Vertigo-go said:

Stop defending pieces of shit, you may get some on you trash1

I love this line! I'll be using it.

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CalixSpurius    1,899
1 hour ago, Simón. said:

Sweden is home of several white supremacist groups. 

Sweden's white supremacy cannot possibly be over black people because there's no significant black community in Sweden. 

Basic sociology: Racial supremacy in any country is always country's oldest elite core population's dominance over neutralized populations with distinct characteristics. 

 

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Simón.    14,398
35 minutes ago, CalixSpurius said:

Sweden's white supremacy cannot possibly be over black people because there's no significant black community in Sweden. 

Basic sociology: Racial supremacy in any country is always country's oldest elite core population's dominance over neutralized populations with distinct characteristics. 

 

Thats bullshit. There are black people living in Sweden and according to your logic poles aren't discrimintary towards Syrians because there are almost no Syrians living there. 

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CalixSpurius    1,899
Just now, Simón. said:

Thats bullshit. There are black people living in Sweden and according to your logic poles aren't discrimintary towards Syrians because there are almost no Syrians living there. 

This is a very very basic logic; for racism, there has be to a context of prejudice concerning particular nation & race whatevs, otherwise it's merely exotic. Syrians have a context for racism, Syrians are rapey news, politics, the idea that Syrian immigrants will disturb the civilized social life is are the context. 

There is no historical or political contexts for black people in Sweden. Political context for anti-black racism are black ghettos, gangster culture etc. in USA; there is no such context in Sweden regarding black people.

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Kami    93
57 minutes ago, CalixSpurius said:

This is a very very basic logic; for racism, there has be to a context of prejudice concerning particular nation & race whatevs, otherwise it's merely exotic. Syrians have a context for racism, Syrians are rapey news, politics, the idea that Syrian immigrants will disturb the civilized social life is are the context. 

There is no historical or political contexts for black people in Sweden. Political context for anti-black racism are black ghettos, gangster culture etc. in USA; there is no such context in Sweden regarding black people.

I couldn't give a rats ass. No non-black person has the right to use that word and what is even more telling of his character is that he used it with the "er" ending AND as an insult. You really have your priorities fucked up defending this bigot.

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CalixSpurius    1,899
Just now, Kami said:

I couldn't give a rats ass. No non-black person has the right to use that word and what is even more telling of his character is that he used it with the "er" ending AND as an insult. You really have your priorities fucked up defending this bigot.

I am not defending him.

What I am saying is that him using the word doesn't have the same implications as an American using it. 

Let me put it an analogy: It is like a guy coming from Antic Greece where homosexual relationships are socially accepted, and use the word "faggot" as an insult because people of our time do so. 

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