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Political Correctness Really is Getting Insane

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A town in U.K. that happens to have the name "White" has been called "white supremacist" if they don't change it.

Smh. It's white because the houses are white, and Europeans aren't the only ones with pale/tan/light/white (how you may define the color's lightness) as other races (Asians) have light skin too.

Politicians really aren't helping it.

PhilipMarc
7 months ago
What do you think of this?
Pjran
Pjran7 months ago

I agree with you. Political correctness has changed school names, roads etc but it’s our history. We haven’t been a nation of kindness in the past!

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Lynibis
Lynibis7 months ago

There is no nation on earth that has been kind in the past though. We all have history we wish we could erase, or had never happened but hopefully we can learn from it. A shame that many countries do not and still run a regime where their people live in poverty and oppression.

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joannecroston
joannecroston7 months ago

What the actual....

Theres lots of places with white in the title. Whitehaven, whitehall, whitefield, whitemoor etc do they all have to change their name? I heard kids cant sing baa baa black sheep anymore because its racist they have to sing baa baa wooly sheep instead its all a load of bulls**t its really gone mad all the pc stuff.

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PhilipMarc
PhilipMarc
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7 months ago

It's like the name "white" is triggering for some people and they seem as though they want it banned, which makes no sense.

Barry White, whom was an amazing African singer had "White" as his surname and he passed away long ago, but even the deceased to these people don't matter as long as they want their agenda to take effect. And there's Jack Black who's European and has "Black" as his surname, it's really no big deal.

Also, a Nigerian film has been declined due to the use of the English language...

Like the saying goes: "Damned if you do, damned if you don't." 😐

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AgnesFaludi
AgnesFaludi7 months ago

hmmm....will they change the places called Black too?

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PhilipMarc
PhilipMarc
Original Poster
7 months ago

Wouldn't be surprised. They're obsessed with the idea of calling everything and everyone "white" and "black". I find it silly and condescending if I'd be referred as "white", that's a color at best. Not a race.

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sarahgreen15
sarahgreen157 months ago

🤣 that’s actually ridiculous.... same as Kleenex not being allowed “man sized“ tissues... should Manchester be changing it’s name too? 🤔 I’m surprised “Black Country” is still allowed to be called that...

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