Contrast: “Personally I think most white people have a much longer and more rich cultural history than black Americans.” “It’s easy for me to be proud of my ancestors, I know who they were so I don’t have to use a nebulous term like “white”. Which is it? If “white people” have a “much longer and more rich cultural history than black Americans” but ALSO, you don’t feel the need “to use a nebulous term like ‘white’, then could you rephrase this as: REPHRASE: [Personally I think most people have a much longer and more rich cultural history than black Americans] Or do you mean [Personally I think most-people-who-are-not-black-Americans have a much longer and more rich cultural history than black Americans] ? In either case, does this not appear to be textbook racism?

Contrast:
“Personally I think most white people have a much longer and more rich cultural history than black Americans.”
“It’s easy for me to be proud of my ancestors, I know who they were so I don’t have to use a nebulous term like “white”.

Which is it? If “white people” have a “much longer and more rich cultural history than black Americans” but ALSO, you don’t feel the need “to use a nebulous term like ‘white’, then could you rephrase this as:

REPHRASE:
[Personally I think most people have a much longer and more rich cultural history than black Americans]

Or do you mean [Personally I think most-people-who-are-not-black-Americans have a much longer and more rich cultural history than black Americans] ?

In either case, does this not appear to be textbook racism?

 

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