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About o-guy

  • Birthday 11/10/1988

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  1. o-guy

    Racial Ambiguity

    I think it's weird that people think it's weird like... are you also anti bags? did you carry all your books in your arms to school? or is it the man looking after a baby part? for the record been done in Africa for hundreds of years
  2. o-guy

    Racial Ambiguity

    I know what you said The point of the above was black and Asian people should remember that certain places in asia are more racist than England whenever an asian person fights against racism in this country. I did not see how this has anything to do with what we were talking about, so I gave you the benefit of the doubt and tried to interpret it in a way that made it relevant to the topic. but i'm getting now that your post was more about putting someone down than anything so i'll leave you to it
  3. o-guy

    Racial Ambiguity

    I feel like you just basically said her countries worst so she shouldn't have an opinion the topic is concerning a country she lives in (or at least born in judging from her accent), and as such she would be impacted by the type of racism i'm talking about, so I don't really get why you feel her opinion wasn't justified. but I don't really get what anything you just said has to do with addressing this country's racism. Which was the topic. tbh I feel you kind of took it to a negative place for no reason.
  4. o-guy

    Racial Ambiguity

    Is that what you think of the Asian girl in the video?
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    Racial Ambiguity

    Of course they do. But they don't experience the type of institutional country wide racism I'm talking about. which was what the girl in that video was essentially trying to say.
  6. o-guy

    Racial Ambiguity

    Because a lot of white people don't believe western society (or at least their own western country) is institutionally racist. They think racism is just an act that is communicated from one person to another. Therefore anyone can produce or receive it. so when we say you can't talk your white, they think that we are actually saying: you are white so you have never received negativity from another person due to your ethnicity when what we are actually saying is: This country has various rules, systems and institutions that benefit you because you're white and disadvantage me because i'm not. The impact this has and the extent of that impact is something you in this country have never felt or maybe never even seen. So really who are you to talk about the subject with any kind of authority? but sadly even when they do hear the second part a lot of people would rather believe you're just being dramatic/making excuses.
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    THE TRAVEL THREAD

    safe for the above my guy. Is the gypsy bit because of pick pocketing and what not?
  8. o-guy

    THE TRAVEL THREAD

    Well going with the girlfriend for a weekend, so anything really
  9. o-guy

    Racial Ambiguity

    I never said it applies to the whole of sub Sahara Africa. It does apply to some though, which was my point. I was just answering your question. Personally I'm not an advocate of any type of separatism. Although I do see the merit in the view that one must first achieve a level playing field before whole scale collaboration can be sought, especially when considering collaborating with a people who's intervention, historically, has always resulted in the suffering of your people. I often speak with a rabbi from a synagogue near my work. He says this is pretty much the attitude the Jewish employed after world war two. While I don't really like the jewish model (like I said i'm not a fan of separatism), you can't argue with the results. They are no longer a disadvantaged people.
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    Racial Ambiguity

    Tribal Commonalities creating common ground in values and upbringing similar/opposing views regarding the direction Africa as a continent should take to over come the legacy problems of colonialization and racism propped up by western science (with reference to what their two respective problems are doing to over come the problem) similar cuisine tied ancestry (diffusion of specific tribes across africa) I could honestly go on but complexion can be an indicator of all of the above when in a foreign land
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    THE TRAVEL THREAD

    Anyone got any recommendations for Lisbon? weekend ting.
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    Instagram

    oooooohhhhh
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    Instagram

    i don't get it
  14. o-guy

    Feminism is the worst thing to happen to society

    I work with a women like this. This mentality has nothing to do with feminism. She think's money grants authority/respect. She has money so feels she is due a certain level of authority and respect. She needs to change the way she values herself and the people she dates. For the record men who think like this are also d*ckheads
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    Podcasts

    Is it an acknowledged thing that chuckie is terrible at interviewing people? constantly talking over and cutting man off. Answering pure of his own questions. jars me abit.
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