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Racist Realtor
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Quote:White Americans trying to outcompete each other in the wokelympics have found a new word to blacklist eliminate from the public lexicon over its ties to slavery.
According to TMZ, the Houston Association of Realtors (HAR) - which has one black guy in a leadership position - "is no longer using the word "master" to hype bedrooms and bathrooms on its Multiple Listing Service."
Meanwhile, across the Atlantic, we get this story:

“WHITE LIVES MATTER” BANNER FLIES OVER BRITISH SOCCER GAME; HOWLS OF RACISM ENSUE
The world is so topsy-turvy these days that it’s become a radical racist statement to say white people have a right to live.
At a recent soccer game in the English town of Burnley (they call it “football” over there, but they’re wrong), fans were treated to the sight of a plane carrying a “White Lives Matter” banner as it flew over the stadium.
Burnley’s captain Ben Mee said he was “ashamed and embarrassed” that anyone in England cares about white lives and that whomever was responsible needs to “come into the 21st century” and realize that white genocide is where it’s at.
The culprit, Jake Hepple, proudly claimed responsibility for the stunt on Facebook:
Quote:I’d like to take this time to apologise…to absolutely fucking nobody!…It’s now apparently racist to say White Lives Matter, the day after three white people got murdered in a park in Reading, but all we’ve seen on the TV is Black Lives Matter after George Floyd got murdered. What a mad world we live in.
Hepple’s girlfriend, Megan Rambadt, rescently posted online that her town had become “like a foreign country” and that “They [immigrants] need sending back on banana boats, stinkin bastards.”
Those two lovebirds sound like a fun pair of kids. Too bad England is doomed anyway.
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#2
The White Lives Matter banner was an overt, purposeful display of bigotry.
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Quote:The White Lives Matter banner was an overt, purposeful display of bigotry.
Really, the day after three white people were killed in a park?
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#4
So you started the movement ?

Every life matters, there was never a debate.
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Quote:"Burnley’s captain Ben Mee said he was “ashamed and embarrassed” that anyone in England cares about white lives"
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(06-28-2020, 01:14 PM)k.d. Wrote:
Quote:"Burnley’s captain Ben Mee said he was “ashamed and embarrassed” that anyone in England cares about white lives"
It might be accurate. Did you structure this sentence correctly? 

Only “ashamed and embarrassed” was attributed to Ben Lee.

https://sports.yahoo.com/burnley-ben-mee...50753.html
https://www.msn.com/en-ie/sports/premier...r-BB15QJ66

I think someone else should be "ashamed and embarrassed”.
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#7
What do you suppose he was "ashamed and embarrassed" about since they were talking about a plane flying over with a "White Lives Matter" banner?
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(06-28-2020, 01:36 PM)k.d. Wrote: What do you suppose he was "ashamed and embarrassed" about since they were talking about a plane flying over with a "White Lives Matter" banner?
Quotation marks do not go around paraphrases as false and misleading as it was. 



this was his quote:


Quote:“I’m ashamed. I’m embarrassed that a small number of fans have decided to put that around the stadium. They completely missed the point of what we’re trying to achieve. These people need to come into the 21st century and educate themselves.”

“It’s not right. I totally condemn it. I’m embarrassed and this misses the point.”


This is was what your plagiarized original post said:

Burnley’s captain Ben Mee said he was “ashamed and embarrassed” that anyone in England cares about white lives and that whomever was responsible needs to “come into the 21st century” and realize that white genocide is where it’s at.



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Quote:The White Lives Matter banner was an overt, purposeful display of bigotry.
So what does that make banners that say, Black Lives Matter?
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(06-28-2020, 07:54 PM)k.d. Wrote:
Quote:The White Lives Matter banner was an overt, purposeful display of bigotry.
So what does that make banners that say, Black Lives Matter?
Perhaps the same thing in some people's eyes. But it doesn't mean that other people's lives do not matter as your unequivocally fabricated post stated.
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