‘I don’t believe the guy who wrote that is a racist’: Black student’s Facebook rant is an example of how racism can affect us

I don’t know who the guy wrote that, but the fact is, the only thing we are seeing now is racism.

The reason I’m saying that is because it is an extension of the same kind of racism that I’m seeing on social media.

It is racism that is creating these divisions, which is why it is so dangerous.

And if I can’t say anything positive about the people that write and promote racism, I will.

I don.t.

Believe the guy that wrote that.

The guy that said, ‘This ain’t no fun.

I’m a man.

I’ve been married four years.

I ain’t gonna let the world take away what I’ve built.’

That is a message of power.

It has no place in America.

That is an indictment of the American system.

This is the message that is being sent.

It’s not just about the president.

This kind of rhetoric is used to justify racism.

And the reason is because the American people are fed up with it.

The people that are speaking these things have no respect for anybody, especially when it comes to people of color.

When I see these kinds of people I have to step back and say, ‘What am I saying here?’

The people in power that are using these kinds (expletive) are saying things that are completely inappropriate and not even funny.

And they’re making a mockery of themselves, which I think is exactly what they should be doing.

But they don’t want to hear it.

They don’t care.

So we have to say something.

I think it’s very important for us to say it because there are people that know the truth.

And we have got to say that it’s wrong.

I will tell you that it is not the fault of anybody.

There are no black people that don’t deserve to be treated with dignity and respect.

We have got a lot of them.

We don’t have to go out and kill anybody.

And it’s not only the black people who are killed.

It doesn’t matter who you are.

You don’t need to be an extremist or anything like that.

But you have got an obligation to tell the truth and be honest with us.

And that’s exactly what I’m doing.

And what I am saying is, I don’st believe the person that wrote it is a terrorist, either.

I can tell you from personal experience.

I have seen these things that I don to.

The worst part of this is that the President has made these statements, and he continues to do so and it’s become a part of our culture.

And so I’m not going to sit here and say that that is what the president said.

That’s not what I believe.

But it’s important to be clear about what he said because it shows a clear disregard for our country and our democracy.

He did it.

It shows a disrespect for the office that we hold.

And he has gone on record saying that he thinks that people of colour are criminals and that they should not be allowed to vote.

And you know what?

That’s wrong, too.

And I’m going to do everything I can to try and make sure that doesn’t happen.

We’re not going anywhere with that.

He’s got to apologize for it.

And to the people who were making the statements about people of race and the fact that they are racist, he’s got no place to speak.

And, you know, he doesn’t deserve a second term.

He needs to apologize to the American People.

He has to apologize.

I won’t stand for that.

I hope the people of the United States who are listening, and especially the people in the media, will come forward and speak out.

Because this isn’t going away.

And now is the time to say what we want to say, to the public.

We want to be heard.

We believe that there are so many things we can do to make a change.

And right now, you’re seeing the result of that.

And for us, we have a chance to make it happen.

But we can’t be silent.

We need to stand up and say what you want to know about it.

So what we can say is that we want change.

We are not going away from it.

We can’t take it for granted.

We just can’t.

And as we speak, it’s starting to change in ways that I think will be really powerful and really impact our country.

And these are people who have the ability to make this happen.

And their courage and their conviction is what makes this country so strong and so wonderful.

And in the end, we are all going to have to take responsibility for this.

And because of that, I am really optimistic about the future.

And with the people I love, that’s what it

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