No, this is not promoting race hatred, it's an explanation of the political differences between two parties and what they mean to the little people.
It's not only the Blacks who are having their chains forged right now. Loss of privacy, loss of social safety-nets, loss of ecological protection (so that people who breathe bad air or drink polluted water get sick all of the time), each one of those is a link in a chain.
Uhm... okay, so care to explain to me how you know all the kids at the library are rich?
It's the designer sneakers, iPhones, and the glow of good nutrition and medical care.
Go out on the street and see what you can tell about the people who walk by from what they wear and the appearance of nutrition and medical care. It's pretty easy.
Not even close. The OP was not joking. He really thinks that Slashdot 2000 page differs somehow in content from today's.
Allowing states to block issuance of lifeline broadband to the poor influences how they vote, whether they get jobs, and many other aspects of their lives.
Some providers just got ordered to disconnect their poor customers and let those customers wait for the states to provide them another way to connect - or more likely for the states to not provide them a way to connect.
Yes. If you had some variant of Condorcet as the voting process, you would have cast a valid first choice for Stein and a second choice for Clinton, and perhaps Clinton would have gotten the same number of votes overall but not more, and Stein would have had a fair chance
The proposition here that I have a problem with, however, is that Trump would have gotten more votes if some people were convinced that those votes did not matter. He would at best have gotten the same amount of votes, and other conservative candidates would have had at least a fair chance against him if they didn't win.
To make it even worse, Pravda, the Soviet Union's old ministry of propaganda, changed it's name to RT, and hired a bunch of anonymous posters, making it one of the single most effective propaganda organizations the world has ever seen.
You think that's bad? Fox News, USA Today, and CNN haven't even had to change their names!
Supression of the Black vote is well documented, and doesn't particularly concern the race of the Black people, but the fact that they tend to vote Democratic and are an easy target for suppression because they are already disenfranchised and poverty-stricken.
If the Republicans suppress someone's vote, they can not shield themselves by saying that anyone who fights it is accusing them of racism. They have to face the well-documented evidence that those votes have been suppressed, and continue to be suppressed.
I guess it's one of the post-truth "facts" of alt-reality that Democrats stir up black hatred toward whites. Doesn't seem to be much evidence of that in the real world, though.
Ahh, yes, The Great Switcheroo of 1964-1969.
A typical propoganda video with facts cherry-picked to make things appear the opposite of what they actually are.
Translation. You're some armchair quarterback commenting on something you have no real experience with.
We all have real experience with it now, thanks to assorted nuclear disasters.
You should have just been honest and said that up front.
You wouldn't know honestly if it crawled up your ass and died. Which is apparently approximately what happened to you.
The means-and-ends moralists, or non-doers, always end up on their ends without any means. -- Saul Alinsky