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African-American perspective of Sikh attack in US (hold your own nuts)

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Some of the comments are illuminating. Is this what many black people think in the US? 

 

Michelle W4 months ago

I do not feel sorry for these people because for years they have always been along with white people targeting racism towards blacks .😡I live in Detroit where is highly populated Arab and Indian communities here, and they always show their races <banned word filter activated> to us all the time ,yet they want us to buy in their stores. But when this stuff happens to them, they want all Unite .screw these people that's what they get😊

 

these Indians are some of the most racist, white skin worshipping bastards on earth. let the psychotic albinoid beasts make the streets run red with their blood.

 

Indians buy more skin bleaching creme than the whole of the African continent and Hindus actually look upon white skin as a symbol of divinity. Go and read about that racist piece of curry jerky mahatma( CHILD MOLESTER) ghandi and what he thought of black africans. read about how the dark skin dalit people of india are treated. <banned word filter activated> out of here!!!!

 

scarlettboy4 months ago

I agree. The Sikhs don't care about Black people.You shouldn't defend them!! They would NOT defend you

 

Malin Black4 months ago
Derek Talley It first started with black people and all these non-black groups said nothing because they were not black. It's too late to play that "we are all minorities" game now. They must hold their own nuts, we warned them for YEARS!

 

Sirius z4 months ago (edited)
..........................great video Cynthia.............while us blacks were getting gun down in the streets...these other non-black---non-white groups of people was grabbing their popcorn,rice,egg rolls,curry,taco's,meatballs,gyro's,matzo ball's etc....sitting in a  dark corner quiet with the cricket's ,eating and being entertained by the unjust deaths of black people............................now white supremacy is at their door step  ...........now they're looking at us black folk to help them shed some tears for them ....................................naw we saving our tears for our own ............just like you do

 

 

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JOHN FRANK4 months ago
To these morons anyone in a turban is a Muslim, that is that superior recessive intellect at play, knowing the difference between a Sikh and a Muslim has no relevance for these fools since it's all about hate and, the sexual deviant pleasure they derive from it.

 

Jonnie Thomas4 months ago
They probably didn't know the difference between a Muslim and a Sikh. Cave dwelling parasites..the natural enemy of all humans.

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