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"The US is not longer a WS country, but it does still have WN problems. "

curious how would you describe white supremacy?

when kkk members openly join police forces; when white supremacists are a primary voting block for the sitting racist president; when elected officials openly espouse racist views placing whites above anyone else; when BOTH candidates for president make racist statements as a matter of course; ... what more evidence do you need to acknowledge the existence and prevalence of white supremacy in the u.s.?

just as wearing a mask is not necessarily indicative of blind submission to authorities that mandate it, pointing out systemic racism and white supremacy in the u.s. is not necessarily blindly repeating iberal/progressive/idpol rhetoric. sometimes, people's perspective is shaped by actual experience and observation over many years, not the propoganda publicized by media of all sorts.