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The end of racism

I’ve said before that the term racism, like fascism, has lost any real meaning. Both terms are just tossed out at someone the left doesn’t like. You know, Trump is a racist and fascist. Bannon is a racist. Everyone is a racist who is not a lefty. So, the term has lost meaning to many. When I hear the accusation against someone, I usually roll my eyes. That’s not to say there isn’t real racism. But the accusation has lost meaning. Accusations of racism are like crying wolf, I agree.

Meanwhile, here’s some real racism with the added bonus of double standards and low expectations.

5 Responses to “The end of racism”

  1. Lyle Says:

    The closet racists are more quick to shout charges of racism.

  2. mikee Says:

    My aged mother lives outside Charlotte, NC, and I spoke with her after the election. She laughingly wondered what the Hillary campaign was thinking would happen in NC voting after Hillary’s out-of-state, paid rioters were arrested, charged and publicized heavily as being professional racists.

    My mom says every Carolina African American she knew, from church, work and her neighborhood, and she knows a good many, voted Trump because of the riots in Charlotte.

    That is the effect of racism by Democrats.

  3. Huck Says:

    “The closet racists are more quick to shout charges of racism.”

    IMHO, the person pointing the finger and screaming the word is the true racist. And they are not “closet” racists either.

  4. TS Says:

    Because the term “racist” has been diluted so much, they’ve had to step it up a notch. “White supremacist” is the new “racist”.

  5. Ron W Says:

    @TS, Or “white nationalist”.