New Website Invites White People To Give Money To Black People To Make Up For Slavery

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Liberal democrats love to whine about racism. Despite it being something that isn’t as large of a problem anymore and plays only a large impact on certain segments of society. A new website invites white people to give minorities free things such as goods, services, and monetary assistance as a form of reparations for slavery.

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The website is “Reparations.me.” It’s a crowdsourcing styled website meant to play on white guilt. It allows for people of color and minorities, to request free things which vary from emotional support to money. Seems rather strange and odd if you ask me. Then white people are asked to provide these things.

Some requests from the site include free video games, assistance in covering tuition fees and expenses at the University of Pennsylvania, and the kicker is offering to argue with white people on behalf of minority people.

If it wasn’t so ludicrous I would laugh. What kind of entitled, lazy little peons has our society created where our children actually think that something like this is acceptable and ok?

One Facebook status about the site said,

“I invite People of Color to ask for what we need to feel better, be happier, be more productive by posting in this space. These may be both material and immaterial requests.

I invite people who identify as White to offer services or contributions to People of Color in need of time, energy, substantive care, and support.”

Natasha Marin created the site and said this about it,

“This project is not about polarizing people, it’s about bringing people together for the purpose of healing and connecting. It’s also not about reparations for American Slavery, which anyone with critical thinking skills, or the ability to read, can figure out from the website … I mean, can you make up hundreds of years of torture and murder with a Starbucks’ gift card or a ride to the airport? I DON’T THINK SO.”

We can see their is no talking sense with stupid.