5 thoughts on “Which one scares you?

  1. Mark says:

    It scare me that there are people such as the cartoonist who think that the colour of ones skin is in any way representative of their character. I seem to remember Martin Luther-King having something to say on this very thing.

    As an aside relating to the idiocy of this cartoon, it claims that 46% percent of mass shooters are ‘non-white’ (whatever the fuck that means). If ‘non-whites’ are 24% of the the total US population according to the interwebs, then ‘non-whites’ are over represented amongst mass shooters.

    This sort of asinine race baiting is what we should be afraid of.

    • eideard says:

      To me, the point of the cartoon is exactly that … race-baiting is stupid. And the distorted statistic is most likely a product of the dumbass “particular” bent of US bureaucrats who frequently separate Central and South American Spanish speakers off into a category separate from English speakers. Another whole level of egregious bigotry.

  2. Armand Circharo says:

    And NOT the fact that most, many, whatever, mass shooters are in fact, white? That’s not concerning to you? When it’s the white race that is always “arming up” for a) a government takeover, b) the government is coming for our guns, c) we’re being replaced by non-white people, d) your favorite white-fright topic here

    White people will always be counted upon to find the newest “culprit”; the ones that are taking our rights, our jobs, our money, our guns, etc. A stupider race of people has never existed.

    • Mark says:

      Its the mass shooters that are concerning. The fucked up reasons for gunning down innocent people and especially children is concerning. The colour of the skin of the murdering swine is irrelevant. Any talk to ‘the white race’ like it is actually a thing is the domain of racist and anti-racist fuckwits.

  3. Santayana says:

    “In the wake of the Buffalo supermarket shooting, Republican Rep. Liz Cheney is accusing her party’s leaders of enabling white nationalism, white supremacy and antisemitism.” https://www.npr.org/2022/05/16/1099127039/liz-cheney-republicans-white-nationalism
    One in three U.S. adults believes an effort is underway to replace U.S.-born Americans with immigrants for electoral purposes, the Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research found in a poll conducted in December. https://apnews.com/article/immigration-2022-midterm-elections-covid-health-media-2ebbd3849ca35ec76f0f91120639d9d4
    “Racial Purity Laws in the United States and Nazi Germany:The Targeting Process” https://digitalcommons.law.buffalo.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1825&context=journal_articles

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