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« on: November 01, 2017, 12:11:36 pm »

Ok, we all know how utterly evil SJWs view cultural appropriation.   The thing is,  when you ask the people who are the supposed "victims" of this, the story is completely different. 

There are countless videos where people from non-western cultures are asked if they find it offensive when westerners (let's be real, it's only evil when crackers do it, in the eyes of SJWs) and the answer doesn't match what the SJWs claim. 

SJWs never, ever show videos of, say, Japanese people getting butthurt over some honkey woman dressed as a geisha or some honkey man dresses as a ninja.   The reason is that they are proud that people (including whitey) like their heritage enough to want to emulate it. 

Also, we never, ever hear of SJWs complaining that some black guy is wearing a tux.   OH NO.   See, they are assimilating, even if they are from and living in Africa. 

Another thing SJWs use to justify their hypocrisy is that honkeys have no culture.   No one can "appropriate" what doesn't exist.   




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« Reply #1 on: November 01, 2017, 09:36:57 pm »

Ok, we all know how utterly evil SJWs view cultural appropriation.   The thing is,  when you ask the people who are the supposed "victims" of this, the story is completely different. 

There are countless videos where people from non-western cultures are asked if they find it offensive when westerners (let's be real, it's only evil when crackers do it, in the eyes of SJWs) and the answer doesn't match what the SJWs claim. 

SJWs never, ever show videos of, say, Japanese people getting butthurt over some honkey woman dressed as a geisha or some honkey man dresses as a ninja.   The reason is that they are proud that people (including whitey) like their heritage enough to want to emulate it. 

Also, we never, ever hear of SJWs complaining that some black guy is wearing a tux.   OH NO.   See, they are assimilating, even if they are from and living in Africa. 

Another thing SJWs use to justify their hypocrisy is that honkeys have no culture.   No one can "appropriate" what doesn't exist.   

You're right about Japan, perhaps most of Asia. I remember when Katy P. wore a kimono/China dress combo SJW's flipped out but people here thought it was fashionable. All the talk about whitewashing, most recently, Ghost in the Shell? Not a problem. When push comes to shove they do dislike it when Japanese people are played by Koreans pretending to be Japanese but they're quietly disapproving.

I posted something recently about a black pro basketball player complaining about a younger Asian player getting dreadlocks. The young man was very respectful in pointing out that said black man had many tattoos of Chinese characters and the older player apologized saying he was just joking.

People don't think. They jump on whatever bandwagon comes passing by and today that's cultural appropriation, rape, --ism. George Orwell's doublespeak has come to life.
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« Reply #2 on: November 08, 2017, 12:41:50 am »

I remember I was watching some YT videos about Ancient Egypt and some (seemingly) black SJW started complaining about the video showing chained black people (Nubians).

Others went to the point of saying Egypt was a black civilization and complained about white people appropiating it, (from the Greeks and Romans to how Hollywood used white actors for Gods of Egypt) luckily, people from Egypt itself corrected them telling them Egyptian civilization wasn't Black.

And you're right, this just seems coming only from black people (American Black people).  As a Mexican myself I don't feel insulted if the 'crackers' (this feels weird, since I have European blood I'm white, to the point of even being asked if I'm Mexican...by other Mexicans...) use sombreros and think 5 de Mayo is celebrated in Mexico in the same way it is in USA.  I do feel mad that they get stuff wrong when our countries are adjacent but is all in good spirit, I don't expect every American talking about Mexico to be flawlessly correct.
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« Reply #3 on: November 08, 2017, 10:25:02 am »

Mexicans in the US and the fear of offending them is a major part of why Americans get things wrong about Mexico. 

Most Americans learn what Cinco De Mayo is from Mexicans in America.   Even if you have been to Mexico and know it's different, you can't say anything if you are white, because that's somehow racism.
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« Reply #4 on: November 08, 2017, 11:48:49 am »

Mexicans in the US and the fear of offending them is a major part of why Americans get things wrong about Mexico. 

Most Americans learn what Cinco De Mayo is from Mexicans in America.   Even if you have been to Mexico and know it's different, you can't say anything if you are white, because that's somehow racism.

White people are stuck with the stereotype of being crazy about mayo.     Cheesy
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6-xDGLK3rsY
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