Do you seriously think that someone who holds racist beliefs against one race can't do humanitarian work for someone of another race?You are literally entertaining and exercising racism in order to undermine the definition of humanitarianism.
You've literally made no sensible point and are just upset because your usual trolling is no longer working.
Or you don't engage with racial rhetoric. You can literally think about people's lives without making their race a qualifier. Not thinking black lives matter is not the same as believing black lives do not matter. People shouldn't need "black lives matter" as a personal mantra to remind themselves to not be racist against people because they are black.
Are you for real? I wasn't suggesting that someone has to be chanting black lives matter.
But you either believe black lives matter, or you believe black lives do not matter.
Those are the only two choices. You don't have to use the exact words, you don't have to be able to speak english.
If when making a decision, you let the color of their skin negatively affect your decision then you don't think their lives matter.
You'll need to explain that. I haven't said anything about "kinds of needs and conditions".It is backwards, to index people by race and what kinds of needs and conditions you think they have based on that information, in an effort to become "not a racist". It just turns you into a patronizing racist.
You seem to be upset that people expect you to not be racist.
Anyone condemning BLM riots and supporting the attack on the capitol does suggest a racist thought process.
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