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What's actually next on the commie agenda??
Greg Shapiro made a mockery on youtube with company funny names and logos... it's quite fun!
As long as people are able to claim that seeing, or hearing something has caused them emotional trauma because it, in their opinion, relates to slavery, demeans them, etc. and are able to successfully remove, demand, or persuade a business, town, city, state, to remove said item, or change it's name, racism will not be eliminated. There will, however, be a fairly constant supply of new "victims".
Anyone wonder how tolerant the Africans tribes are in their own country?
Why isn't anyone racist on JAPANESE folks?
some people even called you CHINESE!
It make me laugh
because we (Japanese) are so different from the Chinese...
A recent study (2018) shows that the Japanese are predominantly descendants of the Yayoi people and are closely related to other modern East Asians, especially Koreans and Han Chinese. It is estimated that the majority of Japanese only has about 12% Jomon ancestry or even less.
Great tip - just as people think the Mongolians are Chinese - but we aren't!
Khalkha are the dominant ethnic group of Mongolia as the majority of thel population. As the majority group that controls the ancestral homelands of all Mongol people, the Khalkh people see themselves as the direct ancestors of Genghis Khan, and therefore the true standard bearers of authentic Mongolian culture.
Listen to LARRY ELDER
Who Will Be Next in the Cancel Culture Movement?
Larry Elder with Epoch Times 2 August 2020
John Wayne may be the next person to get hit by the cancel culture movement. However, Larry Elder points out that the comments on race John Wayne may have said were not that different from comments made by President John F. Kennedy. Martin Luther King, Jr. and other famous people also made some controversial comments on homosexuality and other topics. Should all of them be cancelled too?