DonJohnson wrote:Masato wrote:Even if a person is subject to racism at an early age, does this justify perpetuating it onto others as an adult?
If a person is sexually abused at a young age, is it 'impossible' to not go around raping kids? Should a sexual abuse survivor just keep raping kids because 'it stays with you'? Should a victim of racism keep inflicting racism on everyone throughout their whole life?
Good folks recognize the crimes they were subjected to and climb above it. Good people who grew up with shit parents vow to be better parents. Good survivors of sexual abuse vow to never become to monsters that hurt them. Likewise good victims of racism recognize how shitty it is and vow to end the cycle and not perpetuate such ideals.
Canuckster is right, using that an excuse to be the very thing that someone was a 'victim' of is the lamest of justifications. Man up and rise above your 'victimhood'.
Of course I realize you can't speak for Vutu, so I am replying in generalizations
Low IQ post. i was subjected to physical violence due to racism. kids pulled their eyes back and said racist things to me. this does not mean i beat people up irl life now.
however, i do see things through race and race matters a lot.
don't get me wrong, i am a family man married to a white female with mixed breed children. work a nice job. i operate through the world fine despite my childhood.
i am just a realist when it comes to race. redpilled.
Lol this dude is such a troll.
You're so full of shit