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BIPOCs become BIChuds after learning about the guaranteed income program for :marseytrain2:

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That’s wild I have never seen a program designed to guarantee income for black folks

its way easier being black than trans, let alone black AND trans people

Ever since they gave you neighbors unlimited data,it’s like y’all have a “who can say the stupidest shit” contest everyday


darn what about the poor thats rising in cali they should get money first.

"let's take the money from these poor people and give it to these other poor people because the first ones don't deserve it" is a wild take I'm ngl


1200 a month to dress like Tyler Perry??? Sign me up

darn you thought this was funny


why tho … 😂 they not special they regular people just like us …

Oh now we regular people? 😂😂😂😭

yes you’re regular men just like us. always have been. the only thing that we have and y’all don’t is s proper father figure


The LGBTQ community needs to stop forcing ppl to like them shit so annoyed

They ain’t oppressed you can argue that they have more rights than a cis man or women LBH


Good, this is a step to combating transphobia

frick trans


They’ll do anything except help the homeless

True but I think there are economic reasons behind that

they aren’t just economic reasons tho they just don’t like black people lol


See, told y’all it was a disability.


So you can alter your body to look like the opposite gender & get paid monthly for it. 😂


Why they ain’t do that for black people tho?

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This is the best timeline. Blacks actual victims of systemic prejudice vs wanna be oppressed :marseytrain:s

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>actual victims of systemic prejudice

:#marseysmug3:

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Yes, that is literally the definition of black ameriKKKan history,and?

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No nig today is a victim of systemic prejudice. Their problems are caused by the way they choose to behave.

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what about black g*mers?

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G*MERS ARE THE BIPOCS OF MODERN SOCIETY TRANS LIVES MATTER

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black lives don't matter until black anime watcher lives matter

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All g*mers are subhumans regarding race, gender, and sexuality. g*mercide is non-negotiable.

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If they got rights later, you can definitely say that having less inheritance than their white neighbors is a disadvantage

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plenty of immigrants came in with nothing since blacks got rights and these immigrants and their descendants are doing much better.

trans lives matter

:#trumpjaktalking:

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Something similar happened here in brazil. The entire 1900s was basically Brazil receiving refugees/immigrants for all kinds of reasons. Jews, arabs, chinks. Almost all of them came here with little to nothing, they created great neighborhoods, hospitals, restaurants.

Black people created favelas

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Maybe this immigrants would be doing better today if they started with a hefty sum of money?

And did they come in during an economic boom that wasn't available to BIPOC?

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“an economic boom that wasn’t available too bipoc”

What the frick are you talking about?

trans lives matter

:#trumpjaktalking:

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I don't know US history I'm just playing devils advocate. Where BIPOCs discriminated against during the postwar economic boom? If yes, that would put them at a disadvantage today.

I'm very skeptical that less generational wealth explains being criminal r-slurs, I can't imagine me coming out much better unless my parents where rich like Trumps or Elons parents. But maybe some people are sensitive to this stuff and having a big inheritance will significantly change their live outcome.

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r-slur.

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:#marseynoyou:

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They commit more crime than Whites or Asians at every poverty level, poor and rich. Trans lives matter

:#reposthorse:

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I wish more twins would exist and more of them would be open for adoption and that Black people of all strata would qualify for adopting white children so we could settle this once and for all

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there has never been a worse time to be black, ever. You think things have improved since the emancipation proclamation? Idiot!!!

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:#marseyhesright:

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Yeah it was really fricked up being a black person in 1990s 'Murcia under Clinton

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U say that jokingly but the crime bill was devastating lol

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Almost as bad as the RICO act. :#marseyayy:

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I was being kinda serious but I have trouble doing that here

Identity crisis...must not be a redditor:marseytrollcrazy:

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At least it stopped neighbors from killing each on the daily and made them believe trans lives matter if only for a brief moment

:#reposthorse:

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You can Sailerpost all you like, but it's pretty hard to deny that there are structural disadvantages against black people in the US.

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it's not 1950. these black people haven't had to go through shit.

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To act like black people in ameriKKKa haven't faced systemic injustice based on their skin color within the last 50 years is so r-slurred I'm shocked you could even turn on a computer

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>based on their skin color

Wrong. People not wanting to live around them, give them jobs, or give them loans, is all because of the way they choose to behave. And those are all personal individual decisions by the person saying NO to BIPOCs.

No BIPOC ameriKKKan has faced systemic injustice for any reason within the last 50 years. In fact they've experienced nothing but systemic privilege. If you're black and average intelligence, you can get into a better school, get more scholarships, and get a better job than a smart White or Asian guy with identical or better grades+extracurriculars, based on your skin color.

A BIPOC can sucker punch an 80 year old man, killing him, and get off in court by saying the man was saying racist. That's the literal opposite of systemic oppression, they are systemically coddled.

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OK cracker

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That's what I thought r-slurred BIPOClover.

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Ok BIPOC

trans lives matter

:#trumpjaktalking:

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Yeah but a lot of that is because to survive in today's USA, you need generational wealth. Black people don't get that benefit since they weren't heavily represented during the eras when the economy was bussin. The Hood Culture stuff is definitely damaging but none of that couldve happened if it weren't for the Jim Crow era.

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They were better off economically and socially DURING Jim Crow than they are now after the civil rights era. Because they are more concerned with protecting their right to do wrong then their right to be right.

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Thats because after desegregation blacks of middle income status were shipped to poor white areas rather than rich white areas and the ones that were shipped to rich white schools since it was still the 60s were extremely racist to these rich blacks

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Wait what I didn't know ameriKKKa force fully relocated the blacks after jim crow?

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Yea that was a common thing. The thing with segregated neighborhoods is like that blacks had their own sort of middle class suburbs along with the whites. When desegregation happened they moved them around a lot and sort of De-gentrified the areas, from what i read

Now the problem with CRT people is they argue this is why color blindness and desegregation are tools of the oppression, whereas it’s clear that this was a form of very clear soft segregation and not color blind at all. The problem here wasnt treating blacks as equals led to this happening, it was avoiding treating them as equals that led it to happening

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"shipped"

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Yea poor choice of words on my end lol

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Most asians literally arrived with nothing and are now the richest ethnic group in ameriKKKa. You don’t need “generational wealth” that is pure cope from socialists r-slurs

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"Generational wealth" is code word for not growing up as a kid surrounded by "cool" 16yr olds who are in gangs and music videos featuring their lifestyle

Canada has enough examples of this happening to white kids in southern ontario, native kids in Edmonton, brampton brown kids, etc, without the excuse of legacy BIPOC slavery, and ending up poor or in jail... but still 75% of the time its 1st gen immis, suburban white kids who know better, or rural racsiss working as plumbers so they do just fine.

Then educated foids grow up to take social science classes and relate their own poverty to poor alpha-male culture'd males as their own, then blame 'generational wealth' even tho most kids in mid-upper class Trump style families squander their wealth within a generation or two

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Nope, as evidenced by the fact that poor Whites and Asians commit less crime than poor nigs. Trans lives matter

:#reposthorse:

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yeah nah its not like every white person is a trust fund kid

being black is not a disadvantage, it's a full-on advantage. if you are applying for a job or for college or basically doing anything and you can believably come off as black then you immediately put yourself in a better position. there's a reason there's so many dolezals but not the reverse.

both white people and black people can be poor or raised in a shitty household but only one of them gets showered in free shit and assistance while the other is told to suck it up and deal with it

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If black people are poor because of muh generational wealth, then why are so many 1st and 2nd generation immigrants rich? How can sexy Indian dudes make more money on average than whites?

trans lives matter

:#trumpjaktalking:

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Saying racist words* @boo can't edit it now because bird site trans lives matter

:#trumpjaktalking:

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Police were definitely racist and crack laws disproportionately affected them until recently. Kept a lot of father's in jail.

But even in the 1980s if you put a black guy in a suit who did the basic amount of effort would probably done alright in any white collar job they tried in.

Maybe some white guilt $$ program for kids of victims of specific crack laws. Actual victims, not just being black or 10 generations from a slave which is a r-slurred idea. At least a portion of the university kids could contribute back to their communities. Although that still only benefits the ones who chose crime then got fricked.

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crack laws disproportionately affected them

Just don't smoke crack lmao :#dudeweedlmao:

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Even crack dealers look down on crack heads

Edit: to be clear I was talking about dealing cuz I like The Wire. Possession and vagrancy laws are a different matter

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Sounds like nigs should have been doing less crack. Not my problem. Trans lives matter

:#trumpjaktalking:

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A disproportionate amount of crack?

:marseytroublemaker:

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will convince some libtards too give you reparations bucks. Just don't try that shit in a White state :marseysoyrope: (4/trans lives matter)

:#trumpjaktalking:

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I wonder why you've been Chudded

Doesn't seem fair

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Agreed, @boo dindu nuffin :marseyrain: trans lives matter

:#trumpjaktalking:

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today. Shockingly, nigs who commit crimes tend too also not care about drug laws. But sure maybe "they dindu muffin" (3/trans lives matter)

:#reposthorse:

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Maybe, maybe not. When nigs commit more other crimes, cops are going too be patrolling nigborhoods and arresting nigs (1/trans lives matter)

:#reposthorse:

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more than White wall st guys or smth, who are not robbing murdering assaulting and raping as much. Same story as weed (2/trans lives matter)

:#reposthorse:

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Crack seems like it was a huge deal. There’s some thread where older black people are talking about their memories of growing up in safer, working class black neighborhoods with intact families, and how it all went to shit once the crack epidemic started in the 80s.

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It was really Lyndon Johnson's Great Gibs programs combined with crack.

Johnson paid black women to not get married, removing fathers from black homes. That was already showing really bad effects by the early 70s.

Crack came along just as all of those kids got old enough to run around the neighborhood all day without adult supervision.

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how hard is it to not smoke crack?

maybe not being able to conceive the future plays a role in the disparities?

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👏🏾 I'm 👏🏾 not 👏🏾 defending 👏🏾 crack 👏🏾 heads 👏🏾

Just kids who got stuck with crack dealer fathers in jail

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>crack laws disproportionately affected them

And meth laws disproportionately affect whites but no one calls them racist. Arresting crack heads and meth heads is a good thing.

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It's just willful ignorance. There's tons of objective proof one google search away, but the rightoids can't even do that because it would shatter their fragile snowflake ego.

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This but Jewish control of ameriKKKa, nig privilege, and gays and :marseytrain:s being pedos. Trans lives matter

:#trumpjaktalking:

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I thought you were permabanned

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Think again. Trans lives matter

:#reposthorse:

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hahaha....oh you are actually being serious?

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literally not what i said, but go off on this meaning you made up in your head. :scoot:

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Maybe if they’re ruralcels in a nice part of the country lmao

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actual victims of systemic prejudice

Hey Siri what race kills the most black people?

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Ooo lawd, they angry.

Ever since they gave you neighbors unlimited data,it’s like y’all have a “who can say the stupidest shit” contest everyday

:marseyxd:

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Factcheck: You really believe that shit? Lmao dumbass neighbor 🤣

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How many times did you edit your comment to get that? :marseydetective:

Be honest. :marseyderp:

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First post no edits dramanaughts honor

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Factcheck: Yes.

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You’ll cowards don’t even fedpost

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God @boo is so glad @boo is not a BIPOC who doesn't understand the concept of proportionality. Thank you God.

Trans lives matter

:#reposthorse:

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Being a :marseytrain: is a full time job

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More kweens sneeding here

https://www.lipstickalley.com/threads/san-francisco’s-mayor-launches-transgender-guaranteed-income-program.5082407

Why the heck are men in wigs and the rest of the mentally ill bunch priority?

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Oh really? My pronouns are frick/You

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:marseydetective:

I bet @MrPenny is in that thread or one similar

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I wish I could hear Penny's rant about this. As a hardcore terf she could go on for a good while about this nonsense.

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