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Sorry if you are atheist or a different religion but these are for Christians mostly but olyou may still take the advise

Sorry if you are atheist or a different religion but these are for Christians mostly but olyou may still take the advise | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
62 views 3 upvotes Made by DailyBibleVerses 1 month ago in MS_memer_group
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Amen 🙏
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explain pls
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nothing like shooting a man in this walmart of a world
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Well some people abuse their freedom amd that's when it gets out of hand
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a world free of cancel culture, a world where I can't get called out for my outlandish claims, a world where I can say the n-word
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I agreed until that last part but I get your point as in if I can't say it but they can say "cracker" or the "B-word" then why cant we say the "n-word"
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Firstly, I agree that they are both derogatory terms.
But they are not equally bad. There is a reason people are more comfortable saying
“cracker”
then they are saying
“n$%^&ger”.
As we all know, there is a long-ass history of where the n-word came from.
It was a degrading insult that slave owners used on slaves - solely based off of racism. “Cracker” is a degrading insult that came from the slaves to the slaveowner. In case you don’t know, it’s called “cracker” because slave owners would crack their whip when they whipped slaves.
Crack = cracker.
This is explaining that the n-word was based on RACISM, while “cracker” was based on ACTIONS, and true f**king events. There is a difference between an insult, and an insult that has truth behind it. So obviously the insult with real
disgusting
horrible
truth behind it will end up being more cautiously used .
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I'm saying quotes from An Incorrect Summary of Metal Gear Rising why are you making actual arguments
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He didn't get the reference f
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