And what are those facts?2.) false this is what you want it to mean in an attempt to dismiss the facts but it doent and never did
I am criticizing a term but you see that as lying. I see though you are trying to get me back for pointing out your lies about my actual statements. I guess that you believe that will work in a debate?3.) why are you lying, AGAIN no BS, again words, and sentences have meanings.
its existence is a fact
how much of it is present, where and when and why is subjective
this is basic common sense and doesnt mean anything close to the lie you just stated
In-group favoritism and ethnocentrism are the actual terms used for discussing the issues at hand of course with an view point on racism. its impossible to engage in a intelligent conversation without addressing those terms.4.) feel free to ADD that term if you like but i all the terms i used are already proper.
Its a lie! Its a lie! nice comeback. I didnt go off topic you were just lack the knowledge to understand that I am at the meat of the topic.5.) another lie, you say this yet you are the one going off topic and i never did
Ok so now you are making a positive claim and even assert that there are readily available facts. Again I do not dispute that privilege exists (though you keep trying to tell me that I did claim that) WHat I do actually dispute is that the term "white privilege" is a accurate term. I am making the claim that the term "white privilege" on its own is a racist slur and that other more appropriate terms are used in sociology.the reality is, it is that simply since the discussion is does it exist.
It does, thats a proven fact.
If there are other topics youd like to discuss feel free, they wont impact this already established and proven fact
Its ok for people of western European descent to want to around others that look like them. This is completely natural though not universal. There does come a point where such behavior becomes racism but then its racism not ethnocentrism, there is a difference look it up.
In-group favoritism isnt just related to how people look. There are many groups with mixed back grounds that treat other like minded people with favoritism.
The color of a person skins isnt the end all factor that creates privileges among groups. The problem with assuming that skin color is the main cause of privilege ignores all other factors that influence peoples decision making. That isnt to say that some people do not make decisions based on skin color alone. But the assertion that "white" people as a majority do make decisions in mainstream society based on skin color alone ignores the other elements and pretends that they do not exist. For example skin color prejudice may have been present but was not exclusively the reasoning behind a decision.
I am not sure why you feel it is necessary for you to cram your opinions down my throat and frankly I dont really care. Believe whatever you want, believe that this is a simple closed case without complicated dynamics if you want. But smileys and insults are weakening your case. There certainly is more to this than just skin color. And for the last time I never denied that white people can be racist nor do I deny that a race can play favoritism. Perhaps you live in a world where your imagination rules over reality but I do not. I recognize a multifaceted complicated situation when I see it. And racism is always complicated otherwise it would simply disappear.