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In this country, being a member of the minority seems to shield one from being labeled as a racist. The stereotyped racist is always white. A lot of people of color, especially the blacks, are taking advantage of this stereotyped image for their own agenda while hiding their true racist identity. Here is a clear example. The incompetent mayor of New Orleans Ray Nagin yesterday blamed racism as the main reason why his city got hit so hard by Hurricane Katrina and the recovery had been so slow. He never mentioned how ineffective he had been as a mayor. This is the same jerk who claimed he wanted New Orleans to be a BLACK city. The worst part was that he made that statement on Martin Luther King day which is a day for unity, not division. For Nagin to blame racism is like one hooker calling another hooker a whore.

Black racists seem to be every where these days, from Jesse Jackson to Ray Nagin. Because of their race, they seem to be untouchable. They then go around calling everyone else a racist and making threats of stirring up the racial tension. They are breeding a new form of racism in America.


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Frasier,

Black racists seem to be every where these days, from Jesse Jackson to Ray Nagin. Because of their race, they seem to be untouchable. MN is mainly a lilly white state, and most of the people don't know how to talk to or even interact with minorities, let alone, black people. I was discussing some of my experiences here and my reasons for wanting to leave and was accused of being a racist. Ordinarily, I would never have thought I'm a racist...perhaps, I'm a part-time racist, because I didn't think racists interacted with whites on any level. Perhaps, I only interact with the N***** lovers and children who don't know any better. At any rate, if I wasn't a racist, I'm getting there as this label seems to follow me all over the state.

But that's another discussion. How can you say something as crazy as that? For the most part, minorities have no real power, money or anything to uplift ourselves, except ourselves. We are at the 'White man's mercy." We can't oppress you (white people), because you are the have's, we are the have not's. In 2006, I've been to a place where not one minority worked--yeah MN is mainly lilly white, but there are hispanics, asians, etc. here so tell me how in 2006, a company has not one minority and 20 some employees? Could it be because white people feel more comfortable around white people and will hire and want to be around more white people because they are threatened by the sound of someone's voice or physique (black male) or want to talk to you like you are an animal instead of politely? Yet if we go to work and say something that may seem out of line, instead of asking us what was meant by that, you jump to the wrong conclusions; we are either fired on the spot (sometimes because they just don't get you as was my case in the "white office") or we get the accusatory tone and then you have the nerve to wonder why we appear to have attitudes and/or are difficult. However, let there be some misunderstanding amongst yourselves and you want to sit down and discuss it and make sure everyone's on the same page. In other words, there's your rules and our (minorities) rules.

They then go around calling everyone else a racist and making threats of stirring up the racial tension. ROTFLMAO Laughing That racial tension has always been there, you just feeling it now 'cause you are the white man who's feeling the pressure realizing the black man might be getting your job or is moving in across the street, etc. Oops, but that's classism and that's another discusion, too. The only time y'all start complaining is when the rules seem to be in our favor.


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MN is mainly a lilly white state, and most of the people don't know how to talk to or even interact with minorities, let alone, black people.

You really should take a trip to the Minnesota landmark, the mighty Mall of America. You will see more interracial couples in 10 mins than you see in the south for your whole life. Minnesota is changing but that is not the point.

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We are at the 'White man's mercy." We can't oppress you (white people), because you are the have's, we are the have not's.

Tell that to Ray Nagin, Jesse Jackson or the black Hitler Louis Farakan (if you gave him an army, he would wipe out all races, even blacks who have lighter skin than he), they would laugh their asses off. I am not saying ordinary black folks are racists. I am saying those who pull out of the race card out of their ass every time they need to shield their dirty motivation or intention. If you follow Rep. William Jefferson (black from Louisiana) who stashed $90K cash in his freezer, you will know what I am talking about. He defended his crime by accusing the FBI racism. Is FBI practicing racism or is he? You know, FBI hires people of all colors.


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You really should take a trip to the Minnesota landmark, the mighty Mall of America. You will see more interracial couples in 10 mins than you see in the south for your whole life. Minnesota is changing but that is not the point.


A good deal of the people at the MOA are visitors. I believe, Minneapolis alone is over 60% white, I can't remember about St. Paul but I believe it's close to the same. Don't get me wrong, there's inter-racial dating here, as I said before, there's Asian, Hispanics, as well as Native Americans, Africans and African Americans, etc. Even still, with that figure off the top of my head, that leaves each of those other races to be divided into 40%, leaving best case scenario 8% if no other races/nationalities are included, which might bring your inter-racial relationship percentage down to 1-2%; best case, I'll give you 5%. There are still many racists (subtle) views and if you talk to many people involved in some of those inter-racial relationships they will agree with me as to how racist this state is. But then again, perhaps that's just my friends who are in inter-racial relationships astonishing me with their comments of "white people" and how they are viewed in those relationships. Yes, MN is changing but change doesn't happen overnight and I'll bet many of those relationships involve transplants.

Oh, but you weren't talking about Minnesota or "ordinary" black folks, so I should not have posted a reply to you here, but based on my own experiences, I was furious. I find many Minnesotans are also in denial and don't want anything so negative to be associated with their "MN Nice" moniker. Perhaps that's why I've acquired my new moniker--why not flip the switch?


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