Anonymous asked: So, the jews view goyim (non-jews) as cattle and animals. Go ahead and give me one reason why we shouldn't view you as racist bigoted imbécile.
We don’t view goyim as cattle and animals, but I do view you as a troll. If that makes me an imbécile I’m rather ok with it, since you made sure to put that fancy accent on the e, and therefore I know I’d be an eemBEHseelay and not, G-d forbid, an imbecile.
"We’ve treated you like animals and demons for centuries, we’ve murdered tortured, enslaved, raped, incarcerated, burned, forcibly converted you, we’ve taken your children, we’ve taken your books, we’ve outlawed you in every way we possibly can, and we suspect that you may be saying mean things behind our backs as well, which makes you racist bigots."
"Dystopian worlds have become very popular lately. Whether it is Revolution, Falling Skies, The Walking Dead or Defiance, the one thing they all have in common is straight, cisgender, able bodied White male leadership. This suggests that at the end of the day, no matter the circumstance White masculinity represents authority, logic, safety, and intelligence. People of colour and women are often relegated to side characters who week after week submit to this authority and often times appear to be grateful for it. It is no accident that the White male is so revered in dystopians. It plays upon the idea that White straight masculinity is a declining power because of resistance by women, people of colour and of course GLBT people. It suggests that there will come a time when nature will correct itself and once again White men will rule the world, as though that is not the current situation and further; the world will be grateful for it."
Anonymous asked: I'm so sorry but I can be kind of slow sometimes and I don't quite understand SCA 5?? could you put it in layman's terms for me? i am so sorry
- California passed a proposition called Prop 209 which effectively killed affirmative action in their public university system.
- A bill has been reintroduced that will roll back Prop 209 and allow ethnicity to be used as one factor (NOT a quota) in university admission decisions.
- The bill would undoubtedly benefit, to a large or small degree, under-admitted and lower income groups such as: African-Americans, Latinos, Southeast Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders.
- The bill might “take more spaces” from other Asian groups (highly dependent on income AND ethnicity) who are typically more represented in the UC system.
- The bill might also “take more spaces” from the white population, which is why conservative Republicans are allying against it
Unless you know a lot about California politics (I know a little, but not a lot) it’s a very tricky issue to wrap your head around. You really need to take it slow and read all the way through.
Jenn Fang: http://reappropriate.co/?p=4602
Ultimately, you need to think about who more privileged East Asians should have solidarity with. The answer to me is obvious. I didn’t come from a rich family by any means, and I worked in restaurants starting at the age of 15, but my family was always able to support my college aspirations and made sure I got into college. A lot of other families don’t have that tradition and aren’t so lucky. I think the anti-SCA5 campaign is especially cruel and deceptive to Pacific Islanders and Southeast Asian-Americans. Hmong, Laotian and Cambodian-Americans actually have LOWER college graduation rates than African-Americans, so they have some of the most to gain from the restoration of affirmative action.
everyone please read before reblogging that post about S-CA5.
"All sexuality is a choice. Heterosexuals choose to participate and identify with systems of power that reproduces heteropatriarchy"