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“I Have Black Friends” Means You Are A Racist

April 24, 2015

White people (Jews included) rarely notice the subtleties of the things they say and do that imply racism. Then they get nervous about it because of political correctness and worsen it with even more egregious faux pas’s. When whites are put on the defensive for holding racist views they often fall back on the perennial “I have black friends” or some such variation. Ok let’s dissect this for a second. Why do you have to point out that some of your friends are black? Maybe you really don’t like them in reality? In fact I would suggest that you don’t and that you only have them because you want to feel like you’re not a racist. If that wasn’t the case then you wouldn’t need to identify them as black as a defense against your accusers.

What white people who really love black people say is “I have friends that are black”. You see how that works Mr. Racist? It separates friendship from blackness. Black friends sounds like some fucking commodity that you are stockpiling in case of political correctness Armageddon. You either get it or you don’t. If you don’t then you’re a racist. The best thing you can do is stay off camera making any statements at all about blackness. That way you won’t have to worry about losing your job. If you don’t then you might not be able to afford all of those drugs you normally buy from your black friends.

 

 

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