Is discriminating against a race racism? Yes or No?Wild shit, being against reparations because they're racist
Do we allow murder victims to kill the murderer to enact justice?As far as I can see, Phoenixmgs's argument can be summed up as: if a person is discriminated against because of their race, society cannot do anything about that otherwise it would be racist.
I just don't really know what anyone can be expected to do with that.
I never said all American AA is racist... I said the racist part(s) that the SCOTUS struck down is racist because it's racist (literally the thread title and link in the first post). And just about everyone that initially posted understood that and was like 'yeah, that's good, a bit less racism' whereas you 3 are arguing some point that nobody cares about. Yet, I get accused of strawmanning... Do you not see how ridiculous this is? The only explanation is you all are just trolls or arguing in bad faith.How /I'm/ defining AA? But /you're/ the one who chose to introduce those concepts into this discussion.
So if you think they do count, then you have to abandon the idea that all American AA is racist. But if you don't think they count, then why did you bring them up? Your counterargument falls through.
Uh-huh. So AA counts as the innocuous, unavoidable form of discrimination. It doesn't count as the racist, undue favour form of discrimination. Clear enough?