Various Commenters #racist

RE: Parent Files Complaint Against Atlanta Elementary School, Alleges It’s Segregating Classes

Black principal brought back segregation to benefit black students.

There are probably a thousand problems in a school with that many blacks including the fact most of them are poorly behaved and will eventually graduate functionally illiterate. If the complainant was one of those rare black parents serious about education, then I can see why she wants her kid in with white students instead of blacks.

(Sclavius Scotus)
A step in the right direction.

Segregation in American life grows with each passing year as a matter of people's living preferences. Small step to make it locally legally allowable.


"First, it was just disbelief that I was having this conversation in 2020 with a person that looks just like me — a Black woman,”

Is she implying that her (the father is not mentioned as usual) offspring needs a classroom that includes the Whites (and possibly Asians) to study?

On a different note: I'd love to find out the REAL rationale behind that classroom assignment... I have MY rationale however it's too cynical...

(Bill Berens)
You know dang well the black principal and teachers played it like the white kids were a detriment.

"Posey said she insisted her child be placed in a class with white students."

Why? To destroy the learning environment for the white kids?

(Yung Ho)
Is this a bad thing? No this is what blacks and whites unconsciously want!

Living in urban jungles my whole life, even when left to their own decisions, blacks and whites consciously self segregate.

I’m not hateful by any means because often I get along with sistas and bruthas, of course there are hostile racist ones - so I come from a different racial state of mind then most on here. While I have no problem with blacks personally Level, but on a general level / I know they bring down the standards and values of a nation.



So were we! You can find all of this, and more, on Fundies Say the Darndest Things!

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