jumptheshark wrote: ↑
Mon Jun 25, 2018 3:52 pm
Ohhhhh, you want examples??
I get it. Your still pretty new here.... 15 months in and all. You might not have picked up on it yet!
He's an a$$hole.
And as evidence, I would like to submit his entire body of work as presented here on this handily searchable forum.
search.php?keywords=&terms=all&author=m ... mit=Search
By no means will you need to read very much.
Great link, but not examples I can comprehend from your point of view. I failed to see any racism, at least from the standard definition, on M&M's part.
However if you consider these attributes to make M&M racist:
1. Criticism of typically leftist environmental policy.
2. Criticism of a former US president.
3. Support of a current US president.
4. Posting a video of a Canadian professor who is demonstrably falsely accused of being a racist.
5. His assumed race (possibly white or may be considered to "look" white - sorry for this assumption if wrong)
- then you would be correct in your accusation from the new definition of "racist".
Again, I have a problem with the word "racist" being based the race of the one accused (or absolved) of being racist as in #5. That is circular logic that turns out to not be logically consistent. Or rather, some mental gymnastics are required, which I am incapable of, to align with this line of thinking. Though I will admit, a large portion of society seem to be capable and willing to perform those contortions.
The other four are simply the stated views of the person which, are not directly or indirectly racist (from my quick research to page 7 of the links as related to the standard definition of "racism"). These are nothing more than views in opposition to yours.
You took some time in your post. I also took some time in this one and looking through your link. I did not find anything that would make me think M&M is racist from the standard definition.
So can I assume you are making a racist accusation based on the race and/or non-racial views of M&M?
And again, could you present me with an example of his racism with respect to the standard definition of "racism"? If not, then you are in the group of people viewed in the way as I explained in the last line of my previous post - at least to some. But I would say you do have lots of company there.