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Published on Jul 18, 2008
Why does the N word still hold power when used by a WHITE as opposed to a black? Call me a beaner, I will laugh, and say damn right, a greaser, a wop, bring it on!! The insistance to hold separate oneself, as Whopi does here, and the world of existance is alienating, and has caused me to drop friends. Like I as a girl never experienced unkindness, and scorn, next to my very native american looking mother, which we had talked about. There were places later in life in the south we could not stop we were too brown. As I've gotten older I have also seen my very blonde friend experience discrimnations on multiple occasions as well. I don't think black people understand how selfish they appear to the world. How one sided and victimized they view their experience. It is time for maturity, and growth. We are all discriminated against, it is how WE react and compose ourselves. Only then will justice and dignity be given to oneself. Enough is enough. Saying your experience is separate from mine is just untrue. I do not trust another one of my 'race' just because, he/she understands, that would be idiotic. Maybe this would be the first freedom for black people to understand that not all experience with black skin is the same. It is funny Whoppi, my Grandmother, 82 now, in the place of her birth, was also prevented from voting, by the Republicans. Strange that the Democrats are using these 'tricks' to get justice for your family injustice, at our nations expense? Different worlds or the same?