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NIGGA PLEASE – The Realities of Reverse Racism In America! [NSFW]

WARNING: Not Safe For Work [NSFW] – EXPLICIT LANGUAGE AND CONTENT.

Facebook blocked the original post of this article! It had almost a thousand comments and hundreds of thousands of page views. Not cool Facebook.

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A BRIEF EXPLANATION ON MY THOUGHT PROCESS WHILE PUTTING TOGETHER THIS VIDEO.

My videos so not typically come with a disclaimer but I thought this one deserved a little explaining. I know this is a touchy subject. I just think it is time we started fighting fire with fire and had an open conversation about some hard issues. Whether you agree completely with my message or not, it is difficult to refute the facts. I am a realist and common sense thinker. Please share your thoughts in the comment section below. 

WHY I DID IT?

This is a rant I wanted to do after the Treyvon Martin murder but I was too late and missed the news curve. After hearing about the Chris Lane murder and hearing how the media was covering it compared to the Zimmerman case, when the racial undertones of the Chris Lane case were so apparent pushed me to the brink.

This video is made with the intent of stirring emotion, sparking dialogue and engaging bystanders in a conversation that needs to be had. My use of controversial and derogatory language in this video is to prove a point. Political correctness has completely taken over our society and people fear being attacked by a society that encourages and propagates the very behaviors we hide and excuse because it is easier than dealing with the issue.

Check out my first rant here!.

I DON’T TAKE THIS LIGHTLY!

I thought about whether or not to actually publish this video, even after spending the time to shoot and edit it for fear of blow back from the community, my friends and the world in general. I know this is a touchy subject and I know I am opening myself up to a barrage of racial comments and typical skin deep responses from people who wont even take the time to understand the view point of someone who would have the courage to put their opinion on a subject as controversial as this out for the whole world to see it.

I AM NOT A RACIST!

I do not judge people based on the color of their skin and hopefully the people who know me closely, especially my black friends can understand where I am coming from with this video. I am just sick and tired of where our society is headed, the double standards surrounding racism and the willingness of the mass public to ignore the truth about what is happening right under their noses.

IF THIS VIDEO OFFENDS YOU…

then please don’t watch it. In all honesty I am offended at the behavior and actions of the people I talk about in the video and our society as a whole. I a not a perfect person but I believe in a freedom and America as a great country. That includes my right to offend you with a message that I think the world wants to hear. If you do not want to hear it then maybe you are part of the problem.

AMERICA SCREWED UP. PLEASE FORGIVE US, AND LETS MOVE ON!

I understand the mistakes we have made in race relations and do not intend to diminish those experiences with this video. I do however have a problem with people who claim that the world is racist against them and holding them back when in all reality they are often the ones standing in their own way.

CAN YOU AT LEAST SEE WHERE I AM COMING FROM?

Even if you cannot agree completely with my message, I hope that you can at least look at my work as a whole, and understand the vision behind what I am trying to do and appreciate the balls it took to put this video out to the world. You never know what the ripple this causes leads to over time.

THANKS FOR READING

I would love to hear your feedback. Love it or hate it, I want to hear from you. Leave your thoughts in the comments section.

Sincerely – Raymmar Tirado – Creative thinker. Online tinkerer!

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16 replies
  1. thinks America has a lot of problems
    thinks America has a lot of problems says:

    You used this story of black on white crime in an attempt to prove that the media is biased and indicate there’s a larger agenda at hand. One of the children involved in this horrific crime has white parents. This was not a racially motivated crime. This story highlights the problem with American media/entertainment which glorifies gang/thug/mafia/drug culture. This and numerous other issues should be the focus of this specific story. The lack of respect teens have for adults, the emphasis on quick money and fame rather than education and hard work. Not exposing children to violence on a daily basis so they don’t grow up thinking that human life has no value. These are the underlying issues that need to be addressed and talked about in regards to this story.

    Just because a black person is up in arms about racism does not mean that we don’t recognize there are racist black people or that there is still internalized racism within the black community. The anger comes from the fact that black people have been the target of racism for HUNDREDS OF YEARS. This has not changed significantly enough. Probably because it is not talked about enough. It deserves daily conversation until it changes. I have experienced numerous incidents of racism in my life and I’m in my 30s.

    It is clear that one of the boys is racist. It is true that some rap songs promote racist views. This does not negate any crime committed against blacks. This an excuse people use to help ignore the problem of racism against blacks. Just as some black people use the “lack of power” excuse to justify hatred against whites and still say they are not racist.

    ALL racism needs to be discussed. ALL OF IT. The media needs to talk about all types of racism in this country and address the resulting problems and consequences of generalizing, stereotyping, and hating a group of people based on skin color.

    I could go on, but this is long enough.

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    • Raymmar Tirado
      Raymmar Tirado says:

      I agree there are many problems with race relations in America. My larger point was the double standard in the media and the blatant ignorance we have as a society in propagating the culture of victimhood because of skin color. Both sides need to step up and shut up so we can all move forward as a nation.

      A divided house will not stand and we are ripping apart as a nation. For one reason or another. WE are being pitted against one another, segregated into classes and demographics and this and that. Always divided so that we bicker amongst ourselves. All the while the chess pieces are being moved around us as we sit still. Pawns being sacrificed for the greater strategic victory.

      We must move past our mistakes. We must learn to forgive and live on because in reality the only one ever holding you back is you!

      Thanks so much for watching and I wish I had not just lost the 877 comments that were attached to this post so you could see the dialogue this video started.

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      • GeniusNinja
        GeniusNinja says:

        So society is currently completely equal right? Opportunities for a black child are the same as opportunities for a white child? I don’t understand the “we get past racism by pretending it doesn’t exist argument. Is that how they did it in the 60’s?

      • GeniusNinja
        GeniusNinja says:

        Furthermore America has never came to terms with slavery let alone racism. Never compensated people who have been held back from participation I. Everything from commerce to government to home ownership. So its like starting a game of monopoly with 10percent of the money as other players and you can only purchase Baltic and Mediterranean. Oh that’s fair

    • Raymmar Tirado
      Raymmar Tirado says:

      Lots of good points in that comment. My last comment was in reference to the name of the comment post I was replying to.

      It’s an Ayn Rand thing.

      I will say that if you don’t think there is a media bias then I have to question your rational thought process. No offense but it’s laughable

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  2. Raymmar
    Raymmar says:

    Where did all the comments go?

    We have been having trouble with the Facebook comments tool and mobile browsers, not to mention I never want to have to worry about Facebook shutting down another comment thread so we are moving back to the original WordPress comments section.

    You can still log in with your facebook account but facebook can no longer keep us quiet.

    Thanks for understanding!

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