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Jan 25 2014

Rios’ Bizarre Ideas on Racism

Sandy Rios of the American Family Association is having a bit of difficulty figuring out whether white people are still racist or not. On the one hand she claims that virtually non-existent “black rage” is “causing white citizens to become more racist than they ever were.” And in the very next sentence she says that “the American Anglo-Saxon crew really has moved past racism, they did it quite a long time ago.” And it’s all the fault of black people. And then…feminism? WTF?

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  1. 1
    savagemutt

    It’s all becoming clear to me now. Sandy Rios is really Modus Operandi!

  2. 2
    laurentweppe

    WTF?

    It’s badly coded language for “if these plebs knew their place and were sufficiently submissive, people like me would not wonder wether we should commit a preventive genocide before they get us

  3. 3
    Dr X

    In other words, white people are racist because of the way black people are. Isn’t that the same reason they’ve always had?

  4. 4
    John Pieret

    I think it goes like this: ‘We white people accepted the good nigg … negroes black people (after the Federal Marshalls moved in) like Martin Luther King but the bad nigg … negroes black people like Obama keep making us feel like racists just because we think we should have laws protecting the shooting of nigg … negroes black people because they are somehow vaguely threatening.’

    See, its al the nigg … negroes black people’s fault for making us hate them!

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    marcus

    OMG It’s just like those fag, quee, gay communists mentioned in Ed’s earlier post. If they just wouldn’t insist on coming out of the closet and having equal rights and stuff the straight conservatives wouldn’t be forced to hate them!

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    caseloweraz

    And in the very next sentence she says that “the American Anglo-Saxon crew really has moved past racism, they did it quite a long time ago.”

    She’s talking about crew — as in racing shells. And she’s right. No one ever accused “the amazing Steve Redgrave” of being a racist.

    /sarc

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