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'White' to be a minority rising trend in the US +1
« on: February 16, 2014, 10:47:08 AM »
The 'white' population is genuinely becoming the minority. Which, is big news, because soon black people cant say shits racist. In my hometown, I am a minority. A City inhabited by Spanish, Latino, Dominican, Hashan, Mexican, Blacks, and Indians, the white population is only about 15%. Furthermore, the birth rates vs death rates of whites is approaching a 1:1. At the moment, it is slightly higher than 1:1, something like 1.26:1, it is estimated that this will change to 0.5:1 in about a decade.




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Might be insignificant to you, but this is an important realization people need to get into there heads. 'Racism' amung the black community is a bullshit excuse that everyone uses. It only exist these days because the black community advertises those racisms and stereotypes. Not saying it doesn't actually happen, but statistically, it isn't as huge a thing as people are led to believe. Everyones so worried about offending someone, typically this is how a hire process would go if solely based off a skin color in todays job market in my area of the US. Don't imply any racism from this, this is truely what the outcome generally is


Black Woman>Black Male>Hispanic/Spanish Women>Hispanic/Spanish Male>Non-hispanic Non-White Women (Asian, Indian, ect)>Non-hispanic Non White Male>White Woman>White Male


The above trend has been developed because companies want to appear to not express sexisms or racisms, that is why 'projected minorities' and females are sought after more than a white counterpart. This of course does not only apply to jobs, but also to scholarships and college acceptances in the US.


A 'Land Where Everyone is Equal' is an illusion ruled by the media and projected stereotypes/racist/sexist ideals that are either nonapparent, don't exist, or are rarely actually an issue. But because everyone doesn't want to be sued, it's just how it is.


Well, wasn't that kind of everywhere? This was a bit of a rant and also a news tidbit, fancy that.

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Re: 'White' to be a minority rising trend in the US +1
« Reply #1 on: February 16, 2014, 11:02:47 AM »
The word 'Blackboard' being banned because it has black in it?

I don't see white people complaining about white being in any word.

Black people are generally racist for calling everything racism.

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Re: 'White' to be a minority rising trend in the US +1
« Reply #2 on: February 16, 2014, 12:05:51 PM »
ITT we make wild assumptions about entire races.

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Re: 'White' to be a minority rising trend in the US +1
« Reply #3 on: February 17, 2014, 12:01:27 AM »
Most racists have become racist after their fair share of experiences.

People "born" racist are just ignorant douchebags or xenophobic

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Re: 'White' to be a minority rising trend in the US +1
« Reply #4 on: February 17, 2014, 05:34:20 AM »
It's not racist if it's reality. Pointing out that Indians generally own 7-Elevens is not racism, because it actually happens (at least here it does). Making fun of them for it is what is racist.

Biggest case here is with Mexicans and "jumping the border." A lot of Mexicans do actually come here by illegal methods, so why would it be racist by merely stating that fact?