Blacks are among the most hard-working, loyal and friendly creatures on the planet. For most of them, all they want to do is be happy and live their lives with no troubles. They even want to love you and make you happy, but for some reason, they are constantly discriminated against and considered "dangerous" or just a general drain on society. To some people, black people are amazing, but to others, they wouldn't dare let their children near those blacks. Blacks are not meant to be in communities. They belong somewhere else. Just shove them in little rectangular cells, give them some food and water, and if they're lucky they can get a book or toy or something. Whatever. It doesn't really matter. They're dangerous, so why should we care?
Blacks are vicious, relentless and truly cold-hearted. The news will tell you that on a daily basis. Every night there's at least one crime that was done by one of those blacks. So, that means all blacks want to kill or otherwise hurt other people. The news would never lie. Obviously, these blacks need to be stopped. No more blacks in quaint little apartment complexes. No more blacks near our children. No more blacks in our state. Get rid of them all.
But still, some people stand up for them. Not all blacks are bad. Sure, some are, but there are some from other races that are bad too. Racial profiling should never be done. It just does not make any sense. And those sensible people who realize profiling is wrong are slowly becoming the majority, which is great. But no matter how many people stand up for blacks, there are (and always will be) people who think they should be killed. Yes, killed. No, those people are not just happy with leaving the blacks alone and letting those who like blacks alone, too. Instead, they'd rather just get rid of them all. I mean, that's the right way to deal with them, right? But wouldn't it make more sense to focus on educating people on racial discrimination? Wouldn't it make sense to teach everyone how to act correctly in the first place so there aren't as many bad blacks out there? The education could prove to them that one or two bad stories involving black people does not mean the entire race is bad. Those newly educated people's changed perspectives could make a world of difference. And then, only then, could the "war" against blacks end.
Now .... replace every "black" (or variation of it) with the phrase "pit bull."
Doesn't breed specific legislation and discrimination seem ridiculous now? It's exactly the same thing.
Be the majority. Educate your friends, family and co-workers. Pass this on.
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