by Chris Black
If you’re white, yes, there is systemic racism in America.
Just think about affirmative action (institutionalized anti-white racism), and the myriad of jobs whites are not allowed to get, especially in big tech/big corporations.
Hey @KFCSA seeing that whites are not allowed to apply for jobs are we allowed to buy? @kfc is this not the definition of racism and discrimination? #SouthAfrica pic.twitter.com/It0xBCNskS
— Danie Barnard (@DaanBarnard) October 7, 2021
The idea of white people protesting for their rights is a shocking and heavily stigmatized concept in America.
But as institutions once assumed to be free of politicization, such as courts and police, begin to show black criminals rank favoritism at the expense of public safety, some will seek to change this.
Protest In Fargo ND Over Murder Of White Child By African Immigrant. Media Ignores t.co/QROxrQcSgT
— Sean Gerard (@GrardSean) June 17, 2022
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