Racist Quotes

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Patricia Briggs
“Stefan: "Indian with a dot, not a feather.”
Patricia Briggs, Bone Crossed

Stefan Molyneux
“Excessive praise arises from the same bigotry matrix as excessive criticism.”
Stefan Molyneux

“Note: ‘people like you’ is a good warning that a conversation is about to head into pretty racist territory.”
Ijeoma Oluo, So You Want to Talk About Race

Jack London
“I am first of all a white man, and only then a socialist.”
Jack London

Mokokoma Mokhonoana
“Racism is one of the most common results of the combination of stupidity and the ability to see.”
Mokokoma Mokhonoana

Edgar Rice Burroughs
“[The little black boy] had seen Tarzan bring down a buck, just as Numa, the lion, might have done... Tibo had shuddered at the sight, but he had thrilled, too, and for the first time there entered his dull, Negroid mind a vague desire to emulate his savage foster parent. But Tibo, the little black boy, lacked the divine spark which had permitted Tarzan, the white boy, to benefit by his training in the ways of the fierce jungle. In imagination he was wanting, and imagination is but another name for super-intelligence.

Imagination it is which builds bridges, and cities, and empires. The beasts know it not, the blacks only a little, while to one in a hundred thousand of earth's dominant race it is given as a gift from heaven that man may not perish from the earth.”
Edgar Rice Burroughs, Jungle Tales of Tarzan
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H.L. Mencken
“How far the gentlemen of dark complexion will get with their independence, now that they have declared it, I don’t know. There are serious difficulties in their way. The vast majority of people of their race are but two or three inches removed from gorillas: it will be a sheer impossibility, for a long, long while, to interest them in anything above pork-chops and bootleg gin.”
H.L. Mencken

John Howard Griffin
“Eventually, some black thinkers believe, this "separation" may be the shortest route to an authentic communication at some future date when blacks and whites can enter into encounters in which they truly speak as equals and in which the white man will no longer load every phrase with unconscious suggestions that he has something to "concede" to black men or that he wants to help black men "overcome" their blackness.”
John Howard Griffin, Black Like Me

Mokokoma Mokhonoana
“To see the absurdity of racism, some people first had to be blind.”
Mokokoma Mokhonoana

Ann Coulter
“Trump's insults made him the only non-sexist, non-racist, non-discriminator in the country. He'd attack a woman for her looks exactly as he would a man. He ridiculed his rivals and members of the press absolutely without regard to race, ethnicity, or physical handicap. It was as it Trump had attained some sort of Platonic ideal of non-discrimination. One got the sense that he would appoint a lesbian Hindu to be Secretary of the Army if she was the best person for the job, But he also wouldn't care if he ended up with a cabinet of all white men if they were the best people for the job.”
Ann Coulter, In Trump We Trust: E Pluribus Awesome!

Usman Aman
“Racism is not on rise today, it just started to get socially viral...”
Usman Aman

“I remember once after sharing an article on Twitter about racism in the US, when a white Canadian tweeted back, ‘You should move to Canada, we aren’t racist here.’ I pointed out that, according to recent news of the reluctance of government officials to fully investigate the murders of dozens of indigenous women, the controversy over ‘carding’ of black Canadians by police, and the testimony of my Canadian friends of color—Canada was plenty racist. This white Canadian stranger kept insisting that no, there was no racism in Canada because he had not seen it. When some of my Canadian friends chimed in with helpful links about high-profile incidences of racism and investigations into systemic racism in Canada, the white Canadian continued to insist that they were wrong, and that racism doesn’t exist in Canada.”
Ijeoma Oluo

Nenia Campbell
“I’m not usually into Asian guys,” she blurted.

David resisted the urge to roll his eyes. “All right,” he said evenly, picking his drink up. “Fuck you, then.”

“Wait!” Her cheeks colored. “Oh my God, I’m so sorry. I don’t know why I said that.”

“Because you’re not into Asian guys, I imagine,” David said, folding his arms.”
Nenia Campbell, The Darkest Night

“I noticed a trend with white communists.

They do not value autonomy and liberation, they value control and dominance, just like their political counterparts. They do not oppose centralized power, they oppose centralized power that they do not have ownership of.

It isn't about the liberation of marginalized classes, it's about placing power within the white "working class" and those in proximity to them.”
Sasha Scarr

“Racism is more than words; Racism is action.”
Sabrina Newby

Steven Magee
“Remove the racist from the White House.”
Steven Magee

Abhijit Naskar
“Whenever savages raise their fangs most appalling,
Be not a mute witness but a revolution sanctifying.”
Abhijit Naskar, Revolution Indomable

Steven Magee
“Black lives matter.”
Steven Magee

Thomm Quackenbush
“The residents of what is now the Democratic Republic of Congo had no questions the okapi was real. The colonizers assumed stories of them were the gibber of savages, as colonizers are wont to do.”
Thomm Quackenbush, Holidays with Bigfoot

Abhijit Naskar
“I looked into the eyes of racism, all I found was insecurity.”
Abhijit Naskar, No Foreigner Only Family

“For you to be right, must I be wronged?”
Vineet Raj Kapoor

Steven Magee
“The 2020 USA election will give clear insight into how prevalent racism is in America.”
Steven Magee

“Liberal" is like the new "n-word" for trump and his supporters towards Democrats.

For them, it carries that same kind of hateful intent to belittle and inflict harm on their fellow Americans that they refuse to see as their equals.”
@AnonymousXgHOST

“Bisaya pala ang “sus ginoo ko”. Buong buhay kong ginagamit kala ko Tagalog, sus.”
Kakie Pangilinan

“Let Black make the first Move today!

Time has come to be the change. Time has come to stop looking for good moves against blacks. Let's all join in the #blackchallenge - play chess with your friend today and let black play the first move today! Spread this movement to all chess players of this world. If you are in India or anywhere in the world play chess with an underprivileged person. You take white and let him/ her play the first move.

Are there any good moves for blacks?

1 Mar Zero Discrimination Day”
Vineet Raj Kapoor

“Are there any good moves for blacks?

1 Mar Zero Discrimination Day”
Vineet Raj Kapoor

Abhijit Naskar
“The idea of race is a myth most foul,
Born of ignorance and narrowness.
Now we live in a different time,
That requires abolition of divisiveness.”
Abhijit Naskar, Solo Standing on Guard: Life Before Law

Theodora Taylor
“She shook her head at Victor. Like he was signing a version of ASL she didn't understand. But then she asked, "What kind of work do you do? What would I tell my classmates who have a lot of questions about you after today, by the way?"

"Import/export," he signed. Then he spelled both words when she clearly didn't understand the signs.

She raised her eyebrows at him. "Import/export. Is that the classic Chinese mafia cover story?"

"No," he signed back, giving her a stern look. Then he let himself grin a little to admit, It is all mafias cover story. Not only Chinese. Don't be racist."
Theodora Taylor, Victor: Her Ruthless Owner

“The idea that objectivity is best reached only through rational thought is a specifically Western and masculine way of thinking--one that we will challenge throughout the book.”
Margaret L. Andersen, Race, Class, & Gender: An Anthology

Abhijit Naskar
“Human brain is fundamentally racist, for every brain is born with tribalism embedded in them meant for self-preservation. It takes a lot of resolve and ceaseless, civilized self-correction to break free from that tribalism.”
Abhijit Naskar, Hometown Human: To Live for Soil and Society

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