Friday, April 03, 2020

Kansas City Author Exposes Racist Family

A local scribe dives deeper into has past than just silly stories about the conspiracy theory garbage everybody's "drunk uncle" constantly posts . . . Read more:

'Whiteout': An Artist's Frank Memoir About His Family's Racist Past - KC STUDIO

"My family arose from a line that defines white privilege and power, in a place of authority that has twisted the lives of many. Over generations, my family helped shape the Jim Crow laws in Alabama, convict the innocent and protect the guilty.

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

In view of his family's racist past and especially considering how their and his wealth arose from white privilege, surely he is voluntarily paying reparations out of his own pocket to the black community. Funny how they didn't mention that in the story.

Anonymous said...

Just be sure that no reparations go to anyone whose DNA indicates any White Ancestors at all - "one drop of blood..."!

Anonymous said...

^^ It's the other way around, 1 drop of black blood and you are considered a n*igg*r.

Unless you don't have any african american ancestry, you should get reparations by application of the one drop rule

Anonymous said...

But will they make the many black slave owners pay reparations? Honest question that nobody is asking.

Anonymous said...

some will say or do anything to get virtue signaling attention.

Anonymous said...

Not a bad marketing angle. Play into fashionable victimhood narratives, get wider exposure. An artist's gotta get their name out there somehow!

Anonymous said...

Yep and he is mostly likely hateful to anyone that isn't LGBT. As that is the current most hateful group. Be a Homo or Chomo, otherwise you are a bigot, racist, sexist or other grouped hater. Ism is the biggest scam in this time period. Labeling of many that didn't do shit but have a freak disagree with their freak lives.

Anonymous said...

I didn't own any slave , nor did my family, I don't owe you or any black person anything . Go fuck yourselves and worry about your families instead.

Anonymous said...

Owning slaves in these times would not be financially prudent. Not a wise investment.

Anonymous said...

99% of the black population today didn't have any family members that were slaves. So all you black people out there are not as Tony said entitled to shit.

Anonymous said...

251 Sound advice, I'll hold off for now. What do you say about the stock market, get in now or wait? Any specific stocks to look at?

Anonymous said...

You mean racist present. If racist once, they are racist for a lifetime. Assholes never change. Incapable.

Anonymous said...

You dont know what the fuck youre talking about. 99% of black people had people in their family within one or two generations that were either slaves or sharecroppers, which is the 2nd generation of slavery. 3rd generation is Jim Crown. You are misguided and fucking wrong.

Anonymous said...

Bullshit

Anonymous said...

Yes, 9:39 - U are bullshit. You need to meet Black people. They’re not any different than White people, except for how their families have been mistreated economically, systemically and racially. What you don’t want to acknowledge doesn’t mean it isn’t true. The same way you can trace your lineage to your slave-owning, Nazi and Confederate past is the same way Black people trace there’s - but there lineages is broken down by property, or not at all but we still try to find the history that isn’t and wasn’t so long ago. My grandmother picked cotton as a sharecropper. My great grandmother, who was alive when I was young, was born into slavery. She was in her 90’s when she died.