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[–] LinearLayout 0 points 7 points (+7|-0) ago  (edited ago)

no idea. He's a bizarre dude.

t accurately shows the age old minoritism "You have to be twice as good, to be considered equal to a white man".

Literally never heard anyone say this in my life. I think they get and form all their opinions based on stuff they read in posts by SJW ppl.

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[–] nononanon [S] 0 points 6 points (+6|-0) ago 

Can you say inferiority complex?

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[–] ThisIsWhoWeR 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

That's every black person in America.

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[–] Timbo2 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

It's his excuse for why he fails.

"Why did you mess up the customers Big Mac and small fries order slayven?"

"I had to be twice as good as the white man so I didn't bother."

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[–] MegaMalka 0 points 7 points (+7|-0) ago 

I have no fucking idea. And I gave up a minute of my life trying to interpret that nigga speak.

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[–] Dillinger48 0 points 6 points (+6|-0) ago 

I laughed hard at this - "I also like there is a Black Illuminati, not trying to take over the world or "Make it better" but just to watch each others back and provide support to each other and the kids coming up."

When whitey makes up power fantasies they're about secret plots to take over the world, having super powers and making trillions. When the BCT make up fantasies they're about parents learning to raise their kids properly. I wonder which one is more believable eh Bish?

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[–] Dantalian 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago  (edited ago)

"Captain America: Sam Wilson's Story is Touching on Issues Centered Around Being African American that I Identify with Strongly and It Touches Me Emotionally (Spoiler Alert)

The story thus far illustrates an unrealistic, yet still prevailing viewpoint in our society: for a black man to be as good as a white man, the black man must be twice as good at the task at hand than him in order to receive due praise. Sam, the protagonist is adequately completing or resolving any obstacles that come upon his path, yet his successes are glossed over and minimized by his peers due to a negative perception of his race. He is just as competent and deserving to wield the shield as anyone else, yet is condescended to as if he were not for a reason beyond his control.

The characters that make up the fictitious "black illuminati" greatly contrast with the "real" illuminati in the sense that they aren't "evil". They aren't trying to control the world and force everyone to bend to their will that they have deemed superior. Instead of a large scale objective of division, the "black illuminati" has a small scale objective of unity among themselves. They are only doing what they need to to support themselves as a small group, and to hell with any judgement that calls their activities unsavory. They are also reaching out to the next generation of young people who will have the world in their hands, nurturing... Caring for them. This is something that I can respect.

Marvel is on a roll with providing riveting content! It appears that someone is kicking up a stink in Harlem, a city that is strongly tied to black culture, which seems to further illustrate that the authors in charge of this project are as aware of blacks as a people as ever! Bravo, Marvel, bravo!"

I don't have an Ebonics degree, but I have taken Latin, Japanese, French, Spanish and German during my school career, which kind of helps me understand "wtf"-ness in phrasing when trying to make sense of things, I guess.

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[–] LinearLayout 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago  (edited ago)

The story thus far illustrates an unrealistic, yet still prevailing viewpoint in our society: for a black man to be as good as a white man, the black man must be twice as good at the task at hand than him in order to receive due praise.

I typed some words about a lIne I heard in a movie, so it must be true and indicative of current society.

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[–] Holybaikalslostdick 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago 

I'll translate " ooh ooh ohh, grunt , grunt, chimpanzee screech"

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[–] LinearLayout 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

Thread didn't even reach two pages. Ppl are starting to tune out when they hear that race bullshit interjected in everything.

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[–] Crimson_Balls 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

I don't know. Is he trying to guilt us into liking Captain Falcon?