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What would you call a teacher...
« on: October 23, 2017, 10:18:19 PM »
If a teacher goes out of his/her way to call on white students first instead of black/asian/latino for questions or comments?

Would you call him/her a racist?

https://www.yahoo.com/lifestyle/teaching-assistant-being-called-racist-004624821.html
Well, this teacher called female blacks and blacks first before all other race and people are defending her action. Hypocrites are alive and well...



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Re: What would you call a teacher...
« Reply #1 on: November 18, 2017, 01:10:11 AM »
Racist people find racism in everything. That's just how Libtards roll. Since they're typically moral relativists, what they stand on depends on how they're "feeling" at the moment and where they think gives them the advantage.

What sane person can keep up with the lunacy of the Left?  :idiot2: Even they don't know what will be trending in their idiocy.  ::)

I, for one, do not give Black Libtards any legitimacy. These are the same fools demanding segregation when their ancestors died fighting for integration. Just like uneducated Hmong Libtards who support Bernie's socialist ideology and Hillary Clinton's globalist agenda when their very own fathers fought against it. These idiots might as well have just stayed in Laos. Better yet, their great, great, great grandfather should've never fled China.

There's a reason why American colonists fought to part ways from England. Americans don't want to be part of Europe, much less have to answer to a European global government.



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« Reply #2 on: January 04, 2018, 04:12:16 AM »
Racist people find racism in everything. That's just how Libtards roll. Since they're typically moral relativists, what they stand on depends on how they're "feeling" at the moment and where they think gives them the advantage.

What sane person can keep up with the lunacy of the Left?  :idiot2: Even they don't know what will be trending in their idiocy.  ::)

I, for one, do not give Black Libtards any legitimacy. These are the same fools demanding segregation when their ancestors died fighting for integration. Just like uneducated Hmong Libtards who support Bernie's socialist ideology and Hillary Clinton's globalist agenda when their very own fathers fought against it. These idiots might as well have just stayed in Laos. Better yet, their great, great, great grandfather should've never fled China.

There's a reason why American colonists fought to part ways from England. Americans don't want to be part of Europe, much less have to answer to a European global government.

I'm not sure how a "racist" teacher has anything to do with politics.  In my opinion, racists exists through out all spectrum's of the socioeconomic and political ladder.  To frame it to such narrow window as you have, doesn't help and furthers racism.  Racism at the political level is just one of the many factors. 


Anyhow, my thoughts on this is that its situational and depends on the perspective in which it's being told.  You could have a black teacher who is teaching in a primarily black neighborhood, who is harder on the few non-blacks, because she's lost faith in all blacks and thinks that the other kids shouldn't follow in the blacks footsteps.  In contrast, you can have a white teacher pressing black students because she doesn't want their voice to be lost.

The world isn't ideal and human capacity to believe and spread hyperbole is atrocious.  As a society it is saddening.  Conform to societal norms and be lost within it or stand up as an individual and be judged by said society.  It's a lose - lose for teachers.



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Re: What would you call a teacher...
« Reply #3 on: January 05, 2018, 05:29:25 PM »
Cool, “Progressive stacking”!!  Just make sure you don’t end up playing favoritism.  O0



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Re: What would you call a teacher...
« Reply #4 on: January 10, 2018, 11:43:29 AM »
If a teacher goes out of his/her way to call on white students first instead of black/asian/latino for questions or comments?

Would you call him/her a racist?

https://www.yahoo.com/lifestyle/teaching-assistant-being-called-racist-004624821.html
Well, this teacher called female blacks and blacks first before all other race and people are defending her action. Hypocrites are alive and well...
I've been called last many times in school during roll call because of my lastname (except the few times when there was a yang or someone who's lastname started with a Z).  I've been last in line in school a lot too because of my lastname.  Lastname discrimination is real, yo!



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Re: What would you call a teacher...
« Reply #5 on: January 28, 2018, 01:32:32 AM »
I'm not sure how a "racist" teacher has anything to do with politics.  In my opinion, racists exists through out all spectrum's of the socioeconomic and political ladder.  To frame it to such narrow window as you have, doesn't help and furthers racism.  Racism at the political level is just one of the many factors. 


Anyhow, my thoughts on this is that its situational and depends on the perspective in which it's being told.  You could have a black teacher who is teaching in a primarily black neighborhood, who is harder on the few non-blacks, because she's lost faith in all blacks and thinks that the other kids shouldn't follow in the blacks footsteps.  In contrast, you can have a white teacher pressing black students because she doesn't want their voice to be lost.

The world isn't ideal and human capacity to believe and spread hyperbole is atrocious.  As a society it is saddening.  Conform to societal norms and be lost within it or stand up as an individual and be judged by said society.  It's a lose - lose for teachers.

You're not sure how an alleged racist teacher has anything to do with politics?

Where the hell have you been in the last year?

Racist Libtards are preoccupied with race - PERIOD.

I can guarantee you morons that at the very same time that teacher was being called a racist for calling on black students first, some other black students were accusing a teacher of racism for calling on them last.

How do I know this? My own children's school. Blacks are always finding racism in everything because it's the mechanism they use when they are failing at life and white Libtards enable them in order to keep their black voting block loyal.



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Re: What would you call a teacher...
« Reply #6 on: January 31, 2018, 11:13:24 AM »
I'm not sure how a "racist" teacher has anything to do with politics.  In my opinion, racists exists through out all spectrum's of the socioeconomic and political ladder.  To frame it to such narrow window as you have, doesn't help and furthers racism.  Racism at the political level is just one of the many factors. 


Anyhow, my thoughts on this is that its situational and depends on the perspective in which it's being told.  You could have a black teacher who is teaching in a primarily black neighborhood, who is harder on the few non-blacks, because she's lost faith in all blacks and thinks that the other kids shouldn't follow in the blacks footsteps.  In contrast, you can have a white teacher pressing black students because she doesn't want their voice to be lost.

The world isn't ideal and human capacity to believe and spread hyperbole is atrocious.  As a society it is saddening.  Conform to societal norms and be lost within it or stand up as an individual and be judged by said society.  It's a lose - lose for teachers.

Some people use the race card and others use the politics card. Blaming others for what they can't achieve.



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Re: What would you call a teacher...
« Reply #7 on: February 07, 2018, 01:24:47 PM »
You're not sure how an alleged racist teacher has anything to do with politics?

Where the hell have you been in the last year?

Racist Libtards are preoccupied with race - PERIOD.

I still fail to see "how" the correlation between teaching and racism is politics.  I believe you're able to make that leap because in your mind, politics may be the root of all racism.  However, that's not the case.  It just so happens that racist people can make a career in politics, just like they can in medicine, law, religion, or any other field.  In short, the poster asked a question on teaching and racism, but you immediately grasp at politics as an anecdotal red herring.

I can guarantee you morons that at the very same time that teacher was being called a racist for calling on black students first, some other black students were accusing a teacher of racism for calling on them last.
I've said before, if you're a teacher in regards to racism, you're in a lose/lose situation.  You just do your best to ensure that you don't, intentionally, leave anyone behind.

How do I know this? My own children's school. Blacks are always finding racism in everything because it's the mechanism they use when they are failing at life and white Libtards enable them in order to keep their black voting block loyal.
You're using your own personal bias to create generalities.  Blacks find racism in everything because of their psyche.  They've been taught at an early age that many atrocities will befall them for simply being black.  They see it in the news, from their parents, from their friends.  It has become so ingrained that it has become a defense mechanism.  It's their way of rationalizing the world.  Voting block?  Blacks barely vote.  You've only seen a recent climb just because of the previous president.  That number fell sharply in 2016. 
If they fail, it's because they're black.  If they end of in jail, it's because they're black.  If they're successful, it's because they're black e.g. rapper, athlete, token black character on TV or movie.  Anyhow, it's their mentality.  Notice that the successful blacks do not carry the same mindset (perhaps they did when they were young, but as they succeed, their perception changes.) 
When they can see past their own blackness, people who interact with them also see past it.   

In short, 200+ years ago, black people where harping on the injustices of being black.  200 year from now, they'll still be harping on the injustices of being black.  It's "not" because of politics.  It's because of their mentality; it has become who they are.






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Re: What would you call a teacher...
« Reply #8 on: February 16, 2018, 10:38:10 PM »
^^^

You are all over the place. You should try to understand a person's position before arguing against their points. Everything you said was completely irrelevant to my initial response except the part where you basically agreed with me that a large segment of Blacks have been indoctrinated by white liberals. They have a slave mentality.



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