Today was such a day: there was this picture on Facebook of a black guy posing with a white-ish girlfriend of his that had the caption 'thumbs up if you can see him' 'cos it was really dark and you could only see his eyes and teeth. Of course, a lot of people were acting shocked and giving each other likes for the effort of complaining senselessly about racism. I thought I'd share what I said to them 'cos it got me thinking about the concept of racism as it is imbedded in people's heads now by the government and how this is very inefficient to getting rid of racism and in fact even has a negative effect. I thought I'd post it here 'cos I hate it when things I put time and effort in get deleted (even though it only took me like 3 minutes to write), and this likely will be deleted because of the language I used / the fact the majority of people are scared of anything that for ces them to think.
You stupid fuckfags who are complaining this shit is racist should grow a fucking brain... I see two people of different skin colours standing side by side, holding each other and smiling, and above all looking like equals. Need I say more? That's the exact opposite of racism right there. You're all just too concerned with being politically correct so that you'll automatically spout the word 'racism' at any given opportunity and place a taboo on anything that has to do with 'racial' aspects', which, my friends, is the exact worst way of preventing racism. Indeed, placing a taboo on anything related to 'racial' aspects only pushes people from different cultures father away from each other. Only when we're able to tolerate non-offensive or hurtful (the fact you can't see him in the dark is simply kinda funny) jokes about our cultures and appearances can we truly live together, because that is TRUE tolerance, as opposed to squirming ourselves into some politically correct paradigma that leaves everything unsaid and unresolved. So next time think twice before using the word racism inappropriately, because you're only making things worse.
Must say this trail of thought was new to me as well, at least, I'd never voiced it like this before. Thoughts?