May 21, 2014
A big part of this conspiracy theory is that Whites use “microaggressions” – small statements which are not overtly aggressive but hurt their poor little feelings nonetheless – as a means to make them feel sad.
An Asian woman living in America has compiled, on her Tumblr, a series of photographs of her non-white friends holding up signs with statements that Whites have said to them that have made their feelings hurt.
What this whining represents in an open form of aggression against the majority population of this country, demanding that we alter our behavior patterns in order to accommodate their occupation, bullying us by claiming we are evil for speaking to them in a natural way.
Clearly, it is impossible for any person to ever feel truly accepted and at home while occupying the land of a foreign people. I know, because I’ve lived in non-White societies. I, however, would never complain that people hurt by feelings my acknowledging that I was different than them. Mostly because this would never hurt my feelings because I am a grown adult.
Still, I can feel for those who were born in the US against their will, and thus have lived their entire lives never feeling as though they belong. The solution, of course, is not whining and formulating a theory that because they do not feel they belong, there must be a secret plan of someone somewhere to make them feel bad. The solution is to go home.
Please, people. Just go home.
Here are the photos, with my own responses to the whiny statements of the whinorities.
The proposed solution to the problem of hurt feelings is apparently to completely stop acknowledging the existence of race altogether.
But then, what will be next?