Various Commenters #racist #wingnut

(Bobby E)

A reggae band from Switzerland was canceled in the middle of a concert after attendees complained about “cultural appropriation” by white members of the group who have dreadlocked hair, according to reports.

Bern City Councilman Tom Berger weighed in on the controversy, saying, “Let’s be honest. If you feel ‘uncomfortable’ because white people make reggae music, could it be that YOU are the problem…?”

In this case I agree with the blacks. Whites should never copy any black behavior or music or fashion. Stop denigrating yourself when whites have nicer hair and better culture than these blacks.

(Jeff Coffey)
I completely agree that Whites copying blacks in anything is absolutely pathetic and usually a disaster to behold, but if some White wants to look like a tool, he should be able to.

In 2016, a white student at San Francisco Student University was physically detained by two black students over his dreadlocks. He filed charges but dropped them. There was a subsequent campus debate about cultural appropriation. Most students agreed accosting the white guy was wrong, and that he had a right to wear whatever hairstyle he wanted, but were divided about whether white should wear dreads out of respect.

In hindsight, it all sounds so civil. I can't imagine how this scenario would play out in 2022.

So let me get this straight - in a country where there is "systemic racism", black men are "hunted" by police, and White Supremacists are the biggest danger in our society, two black students "physically detained" a white student because they didn't like his hair? Something is not adding up....

Ah yeah self righteous Germanics. They are offended in the name of blacks (who are like 0.2 percent of population), but have no problem bad mouthing other Europeans who live in Switzerland.
Typical bored white liberals with their performative outrage, and just like blacks they suffer from chronic ''looks at me'' syndrome.



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

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