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Comment on Meet Ayesha Curry, the Wife of Stephen Curry by Baltzell

Fri, 10 Jun 2016 18:02:00 +0000

"Bye Felicia"? WOW... trust me, no black person wants anything to do with your corny ass. What are you going to say next, that you're "getting jiggy with it"? (And now I realize just how big of an ignoramus you are, as you think that "the NBA, hip hop, and Oprah" are all that define black cultural influence. Stick to Justin Bieber and Nickelback, because you're lost at sea when it comes to black culture.) I've told you repeatedly that I don't support the one-drop rule, and I've known many other African-Americans who don't either, but that doesn't mean that I'm not annoyed with confused creatures like yourself who PANIC whenever a bi-racial person (like President Obama, who marked himself as black and black alone on his US Census form) IDs as black. AGAIN, get it through your thick skull, I am not demanding that bi-racial people ID as black, but I refuse to reject bi-racial people who do ID as black. African-Americans dark and light have accomplished too much and suffered too much over the centuries as black people in America for us to now suddenly demand racial purity as the standard one must meet (and very few of us would meet that standard, by the way) in order to have the right to ID as black if one chooses to do so. I've known too many light-skinned and/or bi-racial African-Americans who strongly ID as black, and will feel a great personal offense if you try to take away their right to ID as they choose, as black people. Now go away, please, I beg of you, just go away... you don't have an original thought in your head, and you are boring me.



Comment on Meet Ayesha Curry, the Wife of Stephen Curry by Kate Western

Fri, 10 Jun 2016 17:36:00 +0000

"We African-Americans are the ones who have had an overwhelmingly disproportionate influence on global popular culture for the last century" -- thank you the NBA, hip hop, and Oprah. You still don't get to go around one-dropping people because massa taught you to, way back when. You still don't get to define what black is, because you guys don't even know yourselves. TRUST when I say Africans laugh at your lost ass. You literally have no idea who you are, which is why you need to claim and erase. Makes you feel better. I, ont he other hand, know exactly who the fuck I am. And you can't accept that... poor thing, LOL. Bye Felicia!



Comment on Meet Ayesha Curry, the Wife of Stephen Curry by Kate Western

Fri, 10 Jun 2016 17:33:00 +0000

"We African-Americans are the ones who have had an overwhelmingly disproportionate influence on global popular culture for the last century" -- but you still don't get to decide who's black, based on your love of the one drop rule! Not around the world you don't. As much as you like to think you do-- the rest of the world laughs at you. Both white and black-- at the end of the day, you're just ignorant Americans who can't for the life of them, understand how the rest of the world works.



Comment on Meet Ayesha Curry, the Wife of Stephen Curry by Baltzell

Fri, 10 Jun 2016 16:00:00 +0000

Reading Is Fundamental. I already made clear in this thread that I don't have a problem with bi-racial people who ID as bi-racial, I merely said that I don't feel the need to other-ize them... given the widespread mixed background of African-Americans (we're pretty much ALL mixed), to say to bi-racial people who ID as black (and many do, much to your dismay), "No, we don't accept you" would be very wrong. You ID as bi-racial. Great, super, you get a cookie. Stamp your citizenship in the imaginary nation of "Biracial-stan" on your forehead for all I care. Just don't get your knickers in a twist because African-Americans don't apply a reverse-paper-bag-test to people of mixed ancestry. And make no mistake doll, no African-American is feeling "less than" any deluded Canadian Mixed Nut like yourself... you're not even on our radar (outside of this increasingly tiresome exchange at least... please go away. Don't you have any hobbies, anything else to do to occupy your time? I can't cure you of your loneliness). We African-Americans are the ones who have had an overwhelmingly disproportionate influence on global popular culture for the last century, not... LOL... not whatever the fuck you are (you still haven't made that clear).



Comment on Meet Ayesha Curry, the Wife of Stephen Curry by Kate Western

Fri, 10 Jun 2016 15:41:00 +0000

Honey boo-boo, I just roll my eyes, because it's people like you who automatically get stuck in your insecurities and feelings of being lesser-than, by mixed people who ID quite simply as they are. I'm sorry not everyone clings onto the racist One Drop Rule for life. I'm sorry some of us have a direct non-black parent who makes us half of who we are and who we are unwilling to erase-- even if some African Americans throw petulant hissy fits on the internet about it. I'm sorry in 2016 that there are so many of us. I'm sorry that you just can't comprehend that.



Comment on Meet Ayesha Curry, the Wife of Stephen Curry by Baltzell

Fri, 10 Jun 2016 15:20:00 +0000

Sweetie, I can't count the number of times that I've had white people say to me, "What are you? I mean, you're clearly not JUST black... you're mixed with something else, right?" It's quite clear that they think they're FLATTERING me, that they think they're offering me a compliment... I guess they're used to dealing with people like you, whose heart soars whenever anyone perceives you as ANYTHING but black. I just roll my eyes, because unlike you, I wasn't raised to be disgusted by blackness.



Comment on The Most Dazzling Stars of the Muslim World by Roy

Fri, 10 Jun 2016 14:24:00 +0000

Hey hipster, how would you feel if I can't tell the difference between you and a fat white dude sucking dick in Alaska ? Ans: Nothing, because you won't understand it. What Xing and Salas meant to say is that the website used the word muslim as a substitute for eastern, its like calling all white/ fair complexioned people as 'christian'.



Comment on El Imperio Contraataque Part 6: Community Justice AKA “The Worm in the Wood” by ThalesLives

Fri, 10 Jun 2016 14:16:00 +0000

On a partially-related note, do you think these Mexican riot mobs in San Jose attacking Trump supporters are a step in this direction? They burn American flags, wave Mexican ones, and mention that they are proud of being illegal. They spout secessionist slogans. And certainly enough of them got violent...



Comment on Meet Ayesha Curry, the Wife of Stephen Curry by Kate Western

Fri, 10 Jun 2016 12:55:00 +0000

I'm not even "mulatto", you bitter ignorant trollop. Mixed and biracial does not automatically mean white/black. Get your head out of your ass. ALSO, I've already stated how AA's ask me what I am because they CAN'T tell... and when they find out black is in the equation, they reply with: "So you're basically black." Because the most insecure of "y'all" love to erase and claim. It is only out of deep insecurity that you get wounded when mixed people insist on not erasing half of themselves. You're the tragic one, with your jealousy and refusal to see people for the fullness they are. You're tragic for needing mixed people to represent you... lest we feel your wrath on the internet, oh no!



Comment on El Imperio Contraataque Part 6: Community Justice AKA “The Worm in the Wood” by Michel Maiorana

Fri, 10 Jun 2016 08:40:00 +0000

Outside of the Anglo/American sphere 12-13 is the age of consent. Roman Polanski is livin large in France even though he's wanted in California for sex with a 13yr old. Projecting our values on others keeps us outraged and surprised when other cultures don't behave the way we do.