We've all seen the awesome film Green Book, where certain people who "seem" racist at first turn out to be the most accepting when it really matters.
What would make me happy is for you to stick your head in the toilet and flush.Not surprisingly, @JN is doing more harm than good for the cause here, (whatever the "cause" is, I still don't know after all these years what exactly these people want). What do you want, free stuff? A black president? Equal opportunity laws, affirmative action? Oh wait, we have all that in America. Like, what would make you shut up and relax and enjoy your life before it's over? We all witnessed people turn off the NFL by the millions, so certainly nobody cares what you have to say either, but you can keep trying.
This reminds me of:Hilarious!
"Amazing: this mook wrote an entire article premised around the idea that Peter Kirsanow, as "a white man," had no right to criticize the 1619 Project...and obviously didn't bother trying to Google him or else he would have discovered that he's BLACK."
That's rich coming from a tRump acolyte.I'll criticize the 1619 project. It is positive to bring to light the atrocities of the French, Spanish and English explorers and colonizers. But, it goes too far in it's premise that the foundation of the U.S. political system is corrupted. The U.S. Constitution was brillantly crafted and it's flexibility allowed for amendments that helped equalize rights among all races.
I wondered what was taking you so long, and I'm equally sorry to tell you that anything you have to say doesn't matter. 🤷🏿♂️Sorry to tell you, but your "hero" MLK is a hyprocrite, as well as a raper of white women.
Why You Shouldn't Celebrate Martin Luther King Jr this MLK Day