Oh it's YOU again, join the party. I never downplay what offends people, in various discussions whether it be race, sexual orientation, gender I'm always the first one to blast people for saying "People are so sensitive". That line gets dropped left and right in this forum by the same people who are quick to get offended when the same sh is done to them. How the hell is that "downplaying what offends people"? If anything it's the exact opposite. Get over yourselves, all this because I'm calling people out on their foolish double standards.
POT CALLING THE KETTLE BLACK PER USUAL MR. MATTHEWS.
I had somehow mistaken you for BLASTERCOMBO. My apologies. I'm glad you were able to get all that off your chest though.
I tried to frame my criticisms of the viewpoints and stances in some of your posts in as polite a manner as possible. I'm sorry you felt it was all some head game to show you up. I don't think my point is in need of any further emphasis. And I never referred to you or anyone as a white supremacist.
White people portrayed blacks as ugly stereotypes, with malicious intent, based on a supremacist mindset, against the backdrop of probably the most brutal, uncivilized time in the history of the country. At this point in time, to take a "if we can't do it, you can't either" mindset doesn't make you look racist, it just makes you look like a self-entitled prick.
Black people can't do it because it's mean to make fun of people and immature to offend and embarrass others. White people can't do it because they raped and murdered generations and generations of people based off their skin color and then used their ugly portrayals as justification for their unfathomable brutality. So I agree, it's not right for anyone to do it. K? Thanks guys!