Breaking news – a white woman with a hyphenated last name has moved to Swampscott and she’s looking for a way to alleviate some of the guilt she feels every day for being born white.
Virtue signal received.
She just moved here too. Sure, she could’ve chosen to live in a diverse town like Lynn where property is cheaper and minority owned businesses are much easier to find, but she chose Swampscott instead because that way her kids won’t have to go to school with kids who look different.
If you were to come up with a bio for a liberal white woman who lives in the suburbs but desperately wanted to prove she cared about people of color, this would be it.
Don’t worry though, she’s read plenty of literature about how being color blind when it comes to race is what real racism looks like.
“I’m guessing if you spoke with some black business owners.” – Someone who clearly has never spoken to a black business owner her entire whitewashed life, and assumes that all black people think the same way because she is extremely racist.
Newsflash – businesses do well if they offer a good product for a good price. Merit always equals success in capitalism. If you make delicious food, market it well, and offer an environment that people want to eat the food in then people will come. If it’s REALLY good you can even charge more for it too.
People like this saw the George Floyd video and feel like it’s somehow their fault, even though there’s no evidence whatsoever that it was a racially motivated crime. They desperately wanna show the world that they care about black people so they post shit about black owned businesses and do this.
Meanwhile the media is doing their part too.
See that? That’s what racial discrimination looks like. Businesses have to pay to advertise on websites like Masslive. Now they’re giving out free advertising, but only if the business owner is black. That is the definition of racial discrimination. It’s also demeaning, and if I were a black business owner I would demand that my business not be listed because it’s assuming that my product isn’t good enough to sell itself without pathetic white guilt institutions like Masslive propping it up.
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