Anonymous asked: 5 tumblr crushes. Go.
Stop trying to sow discord in my harem.
deus--culpa asked: black people have power in black countries, and they want power in white countries. It's like they want to own the entire world. smh,
"PoC don’t have institutional power!"
Yes you do, just not where you want it.
Anonymous asked: how can you say you like jpop and kpop while still admitting to being a nazi and being racist like you realise the people in the music you listen to would be absolutely horrified and disgusted by your existence right
The Japanese are pretty openly racist. And I am not a racist so your point is irrelevant.
I don’t think the National Socialist Japanese Worker’s Party would mind.
Canadians: I’m from Canada.
The Irish: I’m from Ireland.
Indians: I’m from India.
Pakistani people: I’m from Pakistan.
South Africans: I’m from South Africa.
Australians: I’m from Australia.
New Zealanders: I’m from New Zealand.
Nigerians: I’m from Nigeria.
The English: I’m from England.
The Scottish: I’m from Scotland.
The Welsh: I’m from Wales.
The Northern Irish: I’m from Northern Ireland.
Americans: I’m from Knoxville, Tennessee.
I’ve totally noticed this, for a long time.
The Edo Kokugaku scholar Tanigawa Kotosuga (谷川士清, 1709–1776) began compilation of the first full-scale Japanese language dictionary, the Wakun no Shiori or Wakunkan (和訓栞 “Guidebook to Japanese Pronunciations”). This influential 9-volume dictionary of classical Japanese words was posthumously completed and finally published in 1887.
But I thought the dictionary was written by white people?
Oh! I see now! So when you complain we wrote “the dictionary” you’re complaining that we wrote the dictionary of our own language.
A couple of guys using a word one way in the labs and research offices of universities and in papers that very few people actually read, does not change the way that 99% of the public uses it in ordinary day-to-day speech.
The dictionary bases its definitions off of the way the ordinary peasant most commonly uses that word, not what upper-class academics classify it as.
anti-duckmouth asked: Should maby have pointed out i was refering to the stand up with Chris Rock. The color of people are irrelevant for me,it`s just certain culture i find disturbing.
I’m not sure what conversation I’m in now, sorry.
"Can we speak honestly about Geoffrey Fieger?" — RAMZPAUL
Geoffrey Fieger creates a commercial that claims that White people who question President Obama origin of birth are “racists”. Fieger claims that Mitt Romney’s dad never faced such questions. RAMZPAUL debunks this lie.
Article that debunks Fieger’s lie.