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#32 - It contains freedom and the American way. 19 hours ago on Poor Zoidberg 0
#4 - In the penultimate episode, yes.  [+] (2 new replies) 04/20/2015 on Poor Zoidberg +12
User avatar #15 - threeeighteen (22 hours ago) [-]
What's so ultimate about his pen?
#32 - theimmortalbeaver (19 hours ago) [-]
It contains freedom and the American way.
#2 - I just saw a commercial with the new guy a couple of hours ago… 04/20/2015 on ONLY 19.95$ +1
#10 - I was homeschooled from preschool through highschool and I fou… 04/20/2015 on (untitled) 0
#12 - It's a lengthy diatribe on the problems with entitlement and i… 04/19/2015 on women +5
#14 - Hammerhead master race!  [+] (3 new replies) 04/18/2015 on Hey Garrus +9
#32 - anonymous (04/18/2015) [-]
that dlc was shoddily made
User avatar #30 - srskate (04/18/2015) [-]
the hammer head couldnt even goomba stomp
User avatar #17 - miia (04/18/2015) [-]
#39 - I'm seeing a bunch of people mentioning that Malcolm X was a v…  [+] (22 new replies) 04/16/2015 on Assasination +101
#100 - zeldamasterace (04/17/2015) [-]
ok first of all, fuck everybody who seriously thinks that they have the right to judge Malcolm X and downplay any of his contributions to society.

let's take a journey for a sec. imagine your a black person in America, in the 60's, while the Civil rights movement is at it's highest. no, but really. imagine. everyday is hell for you. not, "omg this person called me a faggot online" hell. the "i can't eat at certain places, sit in certain places, talk to certain people, because if i do a mob of white people could tar and feather me just for shits and giggles, while in a country that's supposed to protect me from that bullshit and let me pursue happiness" kinda hell. imagine living in an environment where the tumblr mentality was literally followed throughout society. obviously not the batshit crazy stuff but like, how tumblr oppresses people under a banner of false pretenses because they're supposedly better than people who aren't like them and acts like society should follow their rules.

but then like, instead of society restricting them to one corner of the internet, society actually listens to them. we joke all the time about dystopian futures run by feminazis and SJW's but black people in the 60's actually lived in dystopian contexts under the oppression of racists. and of course we like to point and joke while reading black tweet comps or itsthetie content, but seriously, let's just take a sec to not be so desensitized and think before we spew words from our mouths about shit we don't know.

"but zeldamasterace, you're not black, you didn't live then, why should you care?" yea you're right, i'm not and i didn't. but i'm educated. i fucking read his autobiography in highschool and i fucking loved it. the man was a man of conviction. not only that but he was willing to change. sure, he was rough in his first attempts at asserting black power, but later on he saw what non-violent protesting could do too. dismissing Malcom X as an a violent, racist asshole and stopping there is ignorant.

I know FJ isn't racist, BUT HOLY FUCKING SHIT. at least try to be informed before making uninformed statements about such an influential person. fuck guys, cmon.
User avatar #98 - seansamazing (04/17/2015) [-]
He admittingly saw the error in his ways later in life and tried to do his best to fix them. We are humans, we must forgive and forget.
User avatar #81 - theladystrangler (04/17/2015) [-]
How is that any different than when the KKK uses biblical versus and justifies white supremacy?

Black Nationalist = good
White Nationalist = bad
User avatar #89 - nigeltheoutlaw (04/17/2015) [-]
You missed the point so hard that I am surprised you found something to comment on.
#86 - anonymous (04/17/2015) [-]
Thank you, he was such a fucking racist. Sad to see so many sjw comments here defending him because he was black
#77 - anonymous (04/17/2015) [-]
He was a militant separatist who believed blacks and whites shouldnt try to live together and when blacks are treated poorly then they should resort to any actions (violence included) to protect themselves
User avatar #72 - anangrytaco (04/17/2015) [-]
What I remember from History class about Malcom X was.
X: blah blah blah white people bad!
(after trip to Mecca he saw many races come to together for prayer)
X: Love and prayer for all my brothers.
User avatar #47 - killjoyus (04/16/2015) [-]
well the thing is, imagine if Malcom X tried to preach and protest like king, imagine him giving his speeches and being non violent. He woulda been forgotten and no one woulda followed him, the reason it worked for king is that he was well known, he was a pastor and he was doing what he did initially to more well off areas. X had to prove himself in the ghetto, Actions spoke louder then words and the poor blacks in the ghettos needed to hear the message loud and clear. He even said he wish he coulda been like King, but he couldn't.

Also consider the fact that he wasn't racist per say, just wanted each man to take care of his own. Blacks take care of and work with blacks, and whites with whites. He wanted true equal separation, because he said only a black man could teach a black man how the world works for him. And seeing the current events he might have been more right then given credit
User avatar #88 - nigeltheoutlaw (04/17/2015) [-]
> And seeing the current events he might have been more right then given credit

User avatar #91 - killjoyus (04/17/2015) [-]
right because you can see all possible universes and know everything? how do you know black police officers working heavily black neighborhoods wouldn't reduce the amount of police shootings that occur? All i was saying is there is a point to the racial bias he was talking about
#93 - nigeltheoutlaw (04/17/2015) [-]
No, there isn't. It goes against everything America stands for, regardless of what possible benefits it might bring. Malcomn X had no point and neither do you, at least where America is concerned.
User avatar #94 - killjoyus (04/17/2015) [-]
how? just because america stands for something doesn't make it right. for the longest time it stood by slavery. other then "lol muh freedoms" what counter example do you have? because there is in fact a racial bias in America that could be used to benefit many.
#96 - nigeltheoutlaw (04/17/2015) [-]
No it didn't stand for slavery, slavery was just no explicitly forbidden and people were racist as fuck so the hypocrisy stood in spite of slavery directly contradicting the Constitution. Now you are proposing the same thing and it's equally unConstitutional (14th amendment). Multiple countries have tried segregation and it's been a spectacular failure each and every time; Jewish ghettos, Israel forcing all the Palestinians into their own ghettos, American segregation, Apartheid, the list goes on. There is no such thing as "separate but equal" segregation (which is illegal now in case you weren't aware) that doesn't result in one race ending up disenfranchised and turned into second class citizens.

Again, no, there is no point. He was a dumbfuck racist, and while you may not be dumb or racist you certainly are ignorant of both history and the law.
User avatar #97 - killjoyus (04/17/2015) [-]
one, i know its against the law, you don't have to talk to me like im some sort of special needs case i fucking understand the basics of the US constitution. Two, I'm not saying lets segregate its fucking cool, im saying there are some parts to his ideas that might be beneficial in our modern society.
#101 - nigeltheoutlaw (04/17/2015) [-]
Clearly you don't understand the basics if you are saying there are some parts that may be beneficial to the U.S., as that goes against the very fabric of America. And even if there really were some inarguable benefits, the logistics of forcefully moving people from their homes into assigned areas, which would probably be unfairly proportioned, is an even bigger breach of the Constitution and WOULD cause some serious racial strife. You think you've seen "racial tension" because of a couple of overhyped news stories? EVERY race is gonna be fucking pissed off if you try to force them from their homes into racial subdivisions, and you'd have a full fledged revolution on your hands. It's all just fantasy that would require destroying what makes America what it is, and no parts could be implemented without that.
User avatar #102 - killjoyus (04/17/2015) [-]
you fucking dent. im not saying forcibly move everyone, ive not once said that. All i said was that Malcom X was on to something with his ideas about racial bias. You know what i was suggesting? having black officers respond to black crimes and work in predominately black neighborhoods, all of this in the best of their ability. Learn to fucking read what people type and to stop inferring what people mean when its no where near what they say.
User avatar #103 - nigeltheoutlaw (04/17/2015) [-]
I know you haven't said that, and I wasn't implying you were. I brought it up because that is the only way any of those ideas could be implemented. For better or for worse, people like integration on the whole, and it has led to far more positives than negatives.

>having black officers respond to black crimes and work in predominately black neighborhoods

That sounds like a very inefficient system to me on multiple levels, especially since most cops are white (as most of the nation is) so it would severely limit the police's response capabilities for black neighborhoods. What possible benefit could that have, other than adding an unnecessary handicap to an already difficult job? People who hate cops will hate them regardless of their race, and people who like or respect them and their authority will do that regardless of race.

As I said above, I was not inferring that my rational was what you were saying in your comments.
User avatar #105 - killjoyus (04/17/2015) [-]
well the biggest benefit that having blacks respond to black crime is its been proven that people are more likely and less threatened by people of the same race, so there would be a reduce of tension between offenders and cops. Yeah your right with the current situation its inefficient because the ratio of black to non black cops is insane, but that's neither here nor there. I'n just saying people writing him off as just a "crazy racist violent asshole" is misinformed and there is potential for benefits in his ideas, just not to the extremes he wanted
User avatar #106 - nigeltheoutlaw (04/17/2015) [-]
Source on that in the field of police work? I get where you're coming from now even though I didn't before, but I maintain that the negatives would still outweigh the positives in this case. The police need sufficient freedom to do their jobs, and making unnecessary considerations like "hmm, is Johnson's skin REALLY dark enough to go into Harlem?" costs precious minutes in emergency or criminal situations.
User avatar #107 - killjoyus (04/17/2015) [-]
I can't remember where i read the study, and I do know that there is no real reason that an academic study would transfer 100% to a specific like police work, but it still still has an effect. And yeah its not like im saying use it immediately or at all, im just saying he did have more quality ideas then people give him credit.

And i'd like to assume i'd be a predetermined roster of officers who respond, like patrol routes and such.
User avatar #108 - nigeltheoutlaw (04/17/2015) [-]
I'll take your word for it in any case.

Well normal patrols make sense and wouldn't be an enormous change I suppose, but when an emergency happens they send the nearest units, and something important like that can't be limited by somebody's skin color because it can lead to people dying. Plus, in order for many police departments to hire sufficient black officers (and other races if we apply it to Hispanics and Asians too) they would have to double down on affirmative action and pass up much more qualified candidates just to ensure they met their racial quotas. That's racist as fuck and unfair, and would probably be another unintended side effect of implementing that idea.
User avatar #109 - killjoyus (04/17/2015) [-]
true enough, again in a better world and all that jazz. Still, makes for interesting conversation
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