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From the New York Times news section:

Colorado Judge Will Resign After Using Racial Slur, Court Says

Natalie T. Chase, a District Court judge in Arapahoe County, agreed to step down after the Colorado Supreme Court censured her for insensitive remarks to Black judicial employees.

By Neil Vigdor
Published April 19, 2021

A Colorado judge has agreed to resign after the state Supreme Court censured her for repeatedly using a racial slur and making insensitive comments to Black judicial employees regarding police brutality and systemic racism.

Judge Chase, 43, who was based in Arapahoe County outside Denver, was appointed to the District Court in 2014 by Gov. John Hickenlooper, a Democrat who is now a U.S. senator.

The Colorado Supreme Court said that Judge Chase, who is white, had violated the duties of her office during a series of exchanges last year with Black judicial employees, which she had acknowledged had taken place.

In one episode, she had asked a family court facilitator, who is Black, why it was acceptable for Black people to use a racial slur, but not for white people to do so, the court order said. At the time, early 2020, the two were returning from attending a program in Pueblo, Colo., in the judge’s car, along with a former judicial clerk.

“You acknowledge that your use of the N-word does not promote public confidence in the judiciary and creates the appearance of impropriety,” the Colorado Supreme Court said in the order. “Although not directed at any person, saying the N-word has a significant negative effect on the public’s confidence in integrity of and respect for the judiciary.”

Judge Chase had also asked the family court facilitator, who was not identified, whether it made a difference how the slur was spelled and used the slur several times, the Colorado Supreme Court said.

“She has explained that Judge Chase’s use of the full N-word was ‘like a stab through my heart each time,’” the family court facilitator said, according to the censure order.

Family court facilitators are famous for their sheltered existences and lack of exposure to any but the nicest emotions.

… While her court had been in a recess in February 2020 and judicial employees had been discussing their plans to watch the Super Bowl, the censure order said, Judge Chase told them that she would be boycotting the game because she objected to the N.F.L. players who were kneeling during the national anthem.

She was still seated at the bench and wearing her robe when the episode happened, as well as during another episode last spring after George Floyd’s death, the censure order said.

As two Black court employees discussed the protests, officials said, Judge Chase interjected with her opinions on racial justice issues and asked one of the employees questions about the Black Lives Matter movement.

“The employee tried to explain the Black Lives Matter movement, and Judge Chase stated that she believes all lives matter,” the censure order said, noting that Judge Chase said the police officers’ conduct in Mr. Floyd’s death should be investigated.

No one can be allowed to sit on the bench while believing that “a– l—- m—–.”

 
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  1. This kid risks being cancelled:

  2. Sounds like she was trying to start the proverbial Conversation About Race that black leaders are always claiming they want. Apparently she didn’t understand what “conversation” means in this context.

    • Replies: @Thomas
  3. Once again, welcome to Jim Snow America. None of this surprising. Stop acting like somehow the system isn’t working.

    This is the system.

    • Agree: Liza, Franz, BB753
  4. anon[423] • Disclaimer says:

    The Colorado Supreme Court said that Judge Chase, who is white, had violated the duties of her office during a series of exchanges last year with Black judicial employees, which she had acknowledged had taken place.

    In one episode, she had asked a family court facilitator, who is Black, why it was acceptable for Black people to use a racial slur, but not for white people to do so, the court order said.

    Why the fuck isn’t “White people” capitalized in this article, but “Black people” is?

  5. ic1000 says:

    In the environs of Rust Belt City, there have been multiple incidents, each starting with white tweens or teens boisterously signing along with their favorite pop-music idols.

    If overheard by any Voluntary Auxiliary Thought Police — well-represented among tweens and teens — a Judge Chase Hate Crime ensues.

    Another reason to despise rap, if one was needed.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
  6. The New York Times lying again.

    She never used the word as a slur against anyone. She merely identified it as a slur and questioned why it is acceptable in some contexts but verboten in other contexts or when spoken by certain people.

    By this logic, maybe the Times should be censured for discussing the Magic Word too.

    It’s the classic Monty Python “jehovah” scene playing out in real life in our utterly mindless Clown World.

  7. @anon

    Know your place, white person.

    • Replies: @Polistra
  8. Polemos says:
    @anon

    Black is an identity, white is a color.
    Black is a nation, white is a designation.
    Black is a culture, white is a surface.

  9. As Mr. Baldwin stated above, they don’t want any conversation from us small-w white people. On the road trip, all the judge was trying to do was to tell these people that using the N-word made them sound like niggers… in the Chris Rock sense.

    It’s all about power to these blacks in question. They have it because White people don’t stick together. If they did, this “system” that CoaSC mentions would be gone.

    • Replies: @SunBakedSuburb
  10. @ic1000

    Any White kid who listens to that (c)rap music deserves getting his ass kicked, even if it’s for the wrong reason. His parents should have taught him what music actually is.

    • Agree: Pop Warner, Old Prude
    • Replies: @Redneck farmer
  11. @Achmed E. Newman

    Hey look: Alfred E Neuman’s got himself a website. Bet it’s full of the kind of fucking libertarian wisdom that’s worked so well for white American men who don’t deserve capitalization.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
  12. How long can this go on? “Guilty verdict or we burn every Big Blue City in America to the ground”.

    As to the jurors? “We will burn you in your house if you fail to come up with the correct verdict.”

    The insanity is growing like a cancer.

  13. Thomas says:
    @Harry Baldwin

    The woman is 43 years old and was a judge. Did she really not know the rules? The article says she was a municipal court substitute judge. I’m getting the sense of some Eloi nice white lady from a background that hasn’t much exposed her to the glorious blessings of diversity, to think that she could have that “conversation.” Colorado is only about 4% black.

    • Agree: Hibernian
  14. “She has explained that Judge Chase’s use of the full N-word was ‘like a stab through my heart each time,’”

    Let me get this straight.

    A word that that black person says and hears in her life at least 10 times per day was like “a stab” through her heart when a white woman said it??

    Bloody hell.

    This. Is. Insane.

    That judge should have NEVER stepped down. She should have fought tooth and nail.

    • Agree: Joseph Doaks
  15. Polistra says:
    @Steve Sailer

    I swear, it’s like some people were born yesterday.

  16. @Thomas

    Maybe, based on past interactions, she considered her black road trip companions to be friends.

    • Thanks: beavertales
  17. Alfa158 says:
    @Thomas

    Liberals think they are good people, what they do is done for the finest motives, therefore how can something they do be bad? Badwhites might do bad things, but Goodwhites do good things.

  18. anon[204] • Disclaimer says:

    Dropping n-bombs while speaking to the blacks who work under you is such an unbelievably stupid mistake that it’s almost hard to believe such an accomplished person as this lady judge would be capable of making it. I guess she assumed she was a powerful enough personage, being a judge, that the blacks she was speaking to would know their place and stay hushed. By vocalizing to these blacks her strong, politically incorrect opinions on hot-button racial issues, it almost looks like she was trying to provoke them, but I think it’s more likely she was just trying to assert dominance, the way esteemed-up white women often do.

  19. Anon[320] • Disclaimer says:

    Anybody who even talks about blacks–in person–in public is an idiot.

    Ignore them entirely as a subject. Except for mentioning black criminals, of course. But nothing else blacks do is worth mentioning as a topic.

    Make every topic revolve around Whites, the way life should be.

  20. Anon[263] • Disclaimer says:

    I’ve read it three times that that’s all the time I’m going to put into it, but did she say both All Live Matter and N-g–r, or just All Lives Matter and “the N-word”? If the latter, then that’s a different story.

    • Replies: @Redman
  21. vhrm says:

    A Colorado judge has agreed to resign…

    Dear lord WHY?!

    If there’s anything all of us should take away from the past few years and counsel anyone in our orbits who is affected with something like this is don’t be rushed into resigning! Make them cancel you, but don’t freakin’ pre-cancel yourself just for fear of being cancelled especially if you work in a place where there’s some semblance of due process (i.e. for the government or in a union shop).

    Only exceptions are maybe if there’s some serious money being offered like more than 1x your annual income for example or if there’s real chance of being sued/prosecuted for something and there’s an agreement not to (although i can’t think of a case where that’s been the case).

    Don’t let your friends Papa John’s themselves.
    (https://pjmedia.com/news-and-politics/tyler-o-neil/2021/04/14/the-truth-about-papa-john-schnatter-finally-comes-out-n1440078 )

  22. Jiminy says:

    Another one bites the dust. At least being a judge, she was aware, even if nobody else was, that all lives matter. And another one gone.

  23. Pronouncing a word is not using the word.

    • Thanks: sayless
    • Replies: @El Dato
  24. MattinLA says:
    @anon

    Because they are Gods, while you are a demon.

  25. MattinLA says:
    @Thomas

    Maybe she is just sick of all the lies and hypocrisy?

  26. This was a dumb judge. There are lots of ways to attacK BLM without saying “all lives matter”, which is a stupid phrase in itself and is meant only to trigger people. Much better to attack BLM as a hypocritical and counterproductive political organization than a sentiment.

    • Replies: @Anon
  27. @Achmed E. Newman

    Now, now Achmed. Going to a rap concert and getting the crap beat out of them for being white is a great way for kids to become truly race realists.
    And to hopefully appreciate classical music.

  28. @vhrm

    Agree – why do the idiots always resign? I mean my God isn’t it obvious by now that resigning and groveling just means you get kicked harder while you’re on the ground?
    Defy them. Double down. Call a press conference and declare whitey freedom day. Grab some money and a bucket of fried chicken on the way out the door.
    A coward dies a thousand deaths…

  29. El Dato says:
    @ben tillman

    But in this case, its’ like calling Nyarlatothep: The utterance itself causes spacetime to vibrate, making Black People Suffer.

    “The employee tried to explain the Black Lives Matter movement”

    Easy: Collect donations, buy Big Mansions in White Areas.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
  30. Mr. Anon says:

    Is her judgeship an elected office? Why did she agree to resign? She should have said I did nothing wrong and appealed the censure. If her seat is an elected office, she should run again.

  31. Thoughts says:

    I know women like this

    Despite all the protests to the contrary, she was trying to start trouble in a Liberal white woman way…and was probably very insulting

    I don’t know how to explain it…but it’s Heartiste’s HyperFemale….Women always looking for Drama while establishing dominance while wanting to be worshipped

    That being said, if I can choose to ignore that subset of crazy white women and not get offended, so can a black person.

    We’ve lost the entire concept of…a jerk tends to be a jerk to everyone…if she’s like that to a black person, imagine what a b**ch she is to white women and men unfortunate enough to come into her orbit?

    • Replies: @anon
    , @Anonymous
  32. Thoughts says:

    Imagine a white woman that cruelly and irrationally berates a teenage black Starbucks worker for typing in the wrong number, then goes to yoga class where they do yoga to this George Floyd Black Rap Song-Almost Religious-Like, and then after doing yoga to the rap song puts her hands together in Liberal prayer, her skin glowing with self-righteous virtue…Freedom, God Bless, Namaste…

    Then later that night (in reality a separate day) goes out with her friends, drinks too much, and starts yelling at the white waiter who is just trying to follow Rules He Didn’t Make. The waiter fights backs and calls her old looking

    That’s not a made up story.

    The thing Black people forget is…these white women are just as mean to other whites…maybe even moreso.

    The real enablers are people like I used to be (I kicked her to the curb…eventually there were no waiters or starbuck workers for her to berate…so she turned on me) and her bf now husband—last thing I heard there was a shotgun wedding cuz she got pregnant

    Poor Guy. A life Sentence.

  33. @vhrm

    Maybe she figures she still has a lot to lose, if she goes out scorched-earth style — a career as an attorney, good standing with liberal friends, husband’s career, kids’ access to good colleges. And maybe she herself is a good little liberal and, like a good Christian after an impulsive act of adultery, believes she deserves punishment.

    • Replies: @vhrm
  34. Anon[168] • Disclaimer says:

    Whether you agree with her or not, deliberately winding your co-workers up (assuming she isn’t stupid) is unprofessional. Definitely not an exemplar of the judicial temperament.

  35. vhrm says:
    @International Jew

    I’m sure she figures some to all of those things, and I would too.

    In a professional white-collar type job it has always seemed insane to me that someone would sue a company to get one’s job back or anything like that. After such a breakdown in relations why would you want to work there? How could you possibly be effective in that org? How could you get promoted? Heck, how wouldn’t every interaction be just awkward ? And can you imagine the embarrassment if it got out that you caused a scene?!

    But what we’ve seen in MeToo and now in this whites unter alles stuff is that showing any sign of weakness or ambivalence isn’t appreciated, it just encourages further attacks and abuse. Also, we live in a “reality tv” world where actual reputational impact seems hard to predict. By the time any accusations have made the newspaper or social media some damage has been done. Highly risk averse people will already steer clear and you’ll have to explain the situation to anyone who does a background check anyway.

    So, unless you can identify significant concrete benefits to doing otherwise in a particular case, and assuming that you haven’t done something you really do feel was quite incorrect you might as well roll the dice on defending your rights and fighting for vindication. People lose interest in most of these 15 minute hates so unless you’re someone who’s always in the public eye it probably will fade soon anyway.

  36. So, she didn’t really get her day in court? The US “judicial” system is effed.

  37. Bartolo says:

    White people are being denied freedom of speech in 2 different ways:

    1) They cannot speak their minds, especially to defend their interests; and

    2) When they say something like “All Lives Matter”, they are not allowed to be the interpreters of their own words and explain what they mean (“all” means “all” and is race neutral), but have their enemies interpret it for them (it´s a racist dog whistle!). That is, their enemies are given what Germans call “D e u t u n g s h o h e i t”, ie, the exclusive right to determine what something is supposed to mean.

    • Agree: Joseph Doaks
  38. @International Jew

    Maybe, based on past interactions, she considered her black road trip companions to be friends.

    That was my guess, too. Most people do not speak so bluntly to some stranger or casual acquaintance.

    She thought she could talk to her black “friends” as equals and have a real conversation with them without biting her tongue, she was wrong.

  39. AceDeuce says:
    @International Jew

    You’re probably right that she thought that, but any White person over the age of 3 who thinks that they have black “friends” is an idiot.

  40. @El Dato

    … making Black People Suffer.

    Suffer?! Luxury! She said it was like being stabbed through the heart, El Dato. I’ve never been stabbed through the heart, thankfully, or called “nigger”, for that matter. Black People have racial memories of Kunta Kinte being stabbed through the heart and they get called nigger all the time*, so they have this RACIAL EXPERIENCE that we wouldn’t understand, man!

    Sure, El Dato, we get called “cracker” or “whitey”, but that’s just like a .22LR to the gall bladder, which, as we all know, is not likely to be fatal.
    .

    * Full Disclosure – by their own black friends. Still…

    • LOL: Old Prude
  41. @Citizen of a Silly Country

    “All lives matter, but black lives matter more than the other lives. ”
    ~ George “Floyd” Orwell

  42. Redman says:
    @Anon

    Why is that a different matter? Also it seems you have poor reading comprehension skills since it’s clear she said both.

  43. Anonymous[299] • Disclaimer says:

    I am a straight White Anglo-Saxon man.

    I understand that God likes me better than all others, which is why he gave me inherent privilege. I very much appreciate this privilege and I would never insult God by questioning his motivations for giving it to me.

  44. Gunner says:

    It’s pretty funny that this was one of the wokest white Democrat judges that Hickenlooper could find.

  45. anon[613] • Disclaimer says:
    @Thoughts

    I know women like this

    If we are honest with ourselves, everyone knows women like this. In some cases they are relatives.

    Despite all the protests to the contrary, she was trying to start trouble in a Liberal white woman way…and was probably very insulting

    Just reading words gives us a tiny view of the total communication, because there’s a lot of information in vocal tone as well as body language. Am I right? I’ll ask Jennifer Lawrence.

    Maybe the judge communicated poorly. Or maybe she was passive-aggressive, and is just so surprised that someone else took her words the wrong way.

    This is basic, mid-high level communications stuff, but I guess judgies who live in the bubbleworld might some how not get it.

  46. sayless says:
    @International Jew

    /maybe she considered her black road trip companions to be friends/

    For sure, you’re right about that. Road trips conduce to open conversations if you’re with people you trust, and she wouldn’t have said what she said if she hadn’t trusted them.

    The day will come when this hysterical and punishing oversensitivity is treated with the contempt it deserves. I hope I live long enough to see it.

    …The flapper phase dissolved with the onset of the Great Depression.

    Another financial crash would be worth it. At least we’d be dealing with genuine difficulties instead of massive group neuroses.

    • Replies: @International Jew
    , @Anon
  47. anon215 says:
    @anon

    By this time next year, they’ll take the “h” away from “white” and give it to the blacks so they have ONE MORE letter than us!

    “white” becomes “wite”, and “Black” becomes “Blackh”

  48. Anonymous[381] • Disclaimer says:

    Dude – she resigned (wasn’t fired) after being censured (not fired) for saying ‘nigger’ to her black employees. Nothing to do with BLM at all. Her believing ‘all lives matter’ and talking about it on the bench is just something that also happened (not surprisingly). So once again with these posts, no one was fired for saying bad things about BLM.

    Was she not supposed to be censured for saying nigger to black people? Censure seems to say – ‘hey, you fucked up but nothing is going to happen to you. In case you didn’t know, you can’t say nigger to black people as a judge who sends mostly black people to prison every day. Its a bad look for us in the legal profession.” Her response was to resign in fit of pique for being called out. Just another snowflake…

    • Replies: @Getaclue
  49. “She has explained that Judge Chase’s use of the full N-word was ‘like a stab through my heart each time,’”

    Let me get this straight.

    A word that that black person says and hears in her life at least 10 times per day was like “a stab” through her heart when a white woman said it??

    Bloody hell.

    This. Is. Insane.

    That judge should have NEVER stepped down. She should have fought tooth and nail.

    • Replies: @Jonathan Mason
  50. @sayless

    Another financial crash would be worth it. At least we’d be dealing with genuine difficulties instead of massive group neuroses.

    Well, economically speaking, Covid has fuc*ed us up pretty good, and yet I can’t think of a single positive side effect from it.

    • Replies: @sayless
    , @Anonymous
  51. Getaclue says:
    @Anonymous

    Did she call them that? If she used the word that way great– censure her. I didn’t read it that way. Seems she, like the Lefty NYSlimes Reporter doxxed by Lefty Kids, said the term in “discussion” manner questioning why Black people can and do use it…. It’s so far out there that “White” people literally are not allowed to say a word in any context. This is actually something that would apply to real slaves so anyone not insanely dull can see where the actual power dynamic is these days contrary to the Mainslime Media and lying Leftists….

    — That said, having been around female judges at great length, I would say she was big on her power (all of them I have met were) and didn’t see she could go down for the “friendly conversation/discussion” while at the same time being “friends” with these personnel in her Court daily — never thinking they would turn on her due to what she thought was a “friendly” discussion…prior to Obama reinvigorating all things “RAYCISSSS” for political gain she would have been ok…these days no.

    Given her appointment by a Leftist Pol she is no doubt a big time Lib, even after this I would not doubt that she continues that way and views conservative people as “deplorables”, so, at this point in time, I have to admit I could care less what happens to her really and all others of her persuasion, really had enough of them and the damage they’ve done to our Country and all of us in it….

  52. @restless94110

    It is hard to know how anybody else experiences anything, and particularly how a black person experiences hearing the N word.

    I understand that the word is frequently heard in rap music performed by black performers, which makes it hard to believe that the word itself can harm the ears of the hearer.

    You or I might say that the N word is just a southern dialect corruption of the Spanish word for black (negro), and an obsolete expression that used to be used as a derogatory term for black people, like spades, perhaps.

    (However you can also find it in novels of Mark Twain used in a not particularly derogatory manner in colloquial speech.)

    However a black person usually knows nothing of this. All they know is that it is an insulting term for black people like calling them slaves or like calling homosexuals buggers or lesbians carpet-munchers.

    And they know that white people are not supposed to say this word or even any word that sounds a bit like it. So you might even want to avoid words like bigger, jigger, and wigger. In Spanish a different set of rules applies.

    I think people of European descent just need to accept that for English speakers this word simply taboo unless you’re looking for trouble, and don’t fall into the trap of trying to sing along with rap songs.

    Just go along with the program. Just like you don’t offer pork chops to your Jewish or Muslim friends, even if they declare that they love bacon, or don’t try to give the Queen of England a peck on the cheek even if she smiles at you.

    And if you have any friends who are gay, probably best not to address them as “you old bugger.”

    • Replies: @vhrm
    , @Anonymous
  53. Yeah, I appreciate the sentiment, but I don’t believe in it at all.

    In the first place, yes, negro, in Spanish, is the color black. And, long long ago, saying n____r by a white guy who hated black people was an epithet.

    But then black people started calling each other n____ah and it became a word of camaraderie and friendship.

    And that’s what entered the rap world. And who followed into the rap world? Whites. They, just like the blacks, understood the true meaning of the word n___ah.

    But then, suddenly, some black ” leaders” started proclaiming that n_____ah was “our” word. This made no sense.

    For decades, black dialect had entered the English language without any problem whatsoever. The English language is if nothing else extremely elastic and incorporates effortlessly words from all cultures worldwide. And, as I say, has been incorporating words from negro culture for decades.

    But, suddenly, that was not ok. To accede to this is coddling. There is absolutely no reason for it. To call your friend n_____ah is to call your friend a friend. This was done incessantly by all races in America as recently as 2002.

    Although, I will tell you that some clueless whites I have known cannot get the distinction between n____er and n____ah. They just can’t hear the difference. I guess. Does it matter? Not really. It shouldn’t. Tim Roth says it in the film with 2Pac Shakur when they go to the dealer to score smack. 2Pac says he should not use that word and the drug dealer is offended. Perhaps that is the last time that the word was discussed in any way.

    The episode a few years ago where the white girl was invited onto the stage to sing along with the famous rapper and then, when she did, the show was stopped so that he could shame her for singing the words to his own song, is another example.

    The most famous recent example is Bill Maher saying the word n_____er on his show on Showtime(?) and then having to invite that hypocrite Ice-T to the next show so that the idiot (Ice) could sanctimonious explain that that word is “our” word, while Bill cowered like a whipped slave.

    I try to use the word every single day. And everyone should use that word 24 hours a day 7 days a week 365 days a year (except for leap years).

    There is absolutely no reason to ban this word from usage by anyone of any race. In fact, banning it is the epitome of racism.

    Steve Sailer and I have corresponded on this issue, and he has told me that he does not want to “devolve” into the issue of this word and its usage. He thinks it will detract from his writing. And he might be right. In the past 20 years, this one word, used by every rapper in the universe, has become the line in the sand.

    I maintain that it needs to be crashed through. There is no reason this word (n____ah) should not take its place in the English icon with “can you dig it” and 100s of other black idioms. They add to our lexicon.

    Stop banning them.

    The idiocy that it “hurts” any0ne is absurd.

  54. Anonymous[253] • Disclaimer says: • Website
    @Thoughts

    bull shit

  55. vhrm says:
    @Jonathan Mason

    However a black person usually knows nothing of this. All they know is that it is an insulting term for black people like calling them slaves or like calling homosexuals buggers or lesbians carpet-munchers.

    That doesn’t capture 90% of the issue.

    The n-word enforcement, especially how it’s used freely by blacks and supposedly a kill word from the mouth of anyone else, is pure terrorism.

    What people KNOW is that they’re supposed to pretend to be wounded upon hearing the incantation because it gives them attention, power, and, sometimes, a get out of jail (or trouble) free card.

    At this point i agree that the word should never pass one’s lips if you are a white person, but at the same time don’t give ANY credence to the cynical claims that the term has some special power over people and that those who hear it are entitled to special consideration or dispensation.

    Again. The outrage is a lie. The whole hub bub is an instrument of terrorism.

    • Replies: @Joseph Doaks
    , @anon
  56. @anon

    It’s a Dom/sub thing from pornographic literature. Ignore sophistry employed to cover their tracks.

  57. @SunBakedSuburb

    “Hey look”? It’s been 4 1/2 years that I’ve been linking to my blog here. Thanks for noticing. Peak Stupidity has both ideologies, Mr. Burb, Libertarianism AND Conservatism. You need both. As we’ve written way back in this post, Conservatives have a lot to learn from Libertarians and vice versa.

    Oh, and we have lots of good music, both Country AND Western.

  58. @vhrm

    “At this point i agree that the word should never pass one’s lips if you are a white person,”

    No. The real solution is for whites to use it only among themselves and out of the hearing of blacks, just as we wouldn’t use other ethnic slurs to insult or demean other ethnic people in their presence either. It is certainly a matter of politeness and good manners, but by refusing absolutely to even so much as utter “the N word,” we have surrendered the freedom of our own minds and turned blacks into objects of special veneration, with ridiculous results.

    • Replies: @vhrm
  59. Anon[360] • Disclaimer says:
    @Chrisnonymous

    There are lots of ways to attacK BLM without saying “all lives matter”, which is a stupid phrase in itself and is meant only to trigger people. Much better to attack BLM as a hypocritical and counterproductive political organization than a sentiment.

    It is better to assert that White lives matter.

  60. Anon[360] • Disclaimer says:
    @sayless

    /maybe she considered her black road trip companions to be friends/

    For sure, you’re right about that. Road trips conduce to open conversations if you’re with people you trust, and she wouldn’t have said what she said if she hadn’t trusted them.

    What a betrayal.

  61. Anonymous[209] • Disclaimer says:
    @International Jew

    Well, economically speaking, Covid has fuc*ed us up pretty good, and yet I can’t think of a single positive side effect from it.

    Is this intended to be humorous? “X caused a lot of damage. Strangely it has had no positive consequence.”

    What am I missing?

  62. Anonymous[209] • Disclaimer says:
    @Jonathan Mason

    Just go along with the program.

    Just go along with the program. Just like you do nothing as your country is invaded and you are dispossessed; as you are declared as evil and in great debt to all others; as you are said to not exist; as you are discriminated against in schools, jobs, and in the justice system; as your name is deliberately spelled in lowercase in contrast to the uppercase of all other groups; as your bloodlines are ended, and your women go barren.

    Just go along with the program.

  63. anon[332] • Disclaimer says:
    @vhrm

    At this point i agree that the word should never pass one’s lips if you are a white person

    Why not?

  64. vhrm says:
    @Joseph Doaks

    Well, i’m not particularly fond of ethnic slurs nowadays so it’s no big loss.

    Further though, with the n-word in particular, it’s just not worth it. The word has no power in the way it is claimed to hurt black people, but it is extremely potent against any white person shown or rumored to have said it.

    If it’s a word someone’s in the habit of using one never know when one might use it by mistake in public or in a joke or something else. It might be overheard by someone walking by, recorded by one’s kids or one’s friend’s kids and put on Tik Tok or who knows what else.

    Is such caution a concession to the terrorists? Yeah, it is, but it’s a small one and well worth it.

  65. Colorado Supreme Court: saying the N-word has a significant negative effect on the public’s confidence in integrity of and respect for the judiciary

    Objection: Assumes facts not in evidence.

  66. Ian M. says:

    Judge Chase had also asked the family court facilitator, who was not identified, whether it made a difference how the slur was spelled and used the slur several times, the Colorado Supreme Court said.

    She didn’t use the slur, she mentioned it. But such a distinction is without a difference for the woke mob.

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