White People Create #WhiteOutDay In Response to #BlackOutDay Proving They’re Salty As Ever

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#BlackOutDay is being celebrated all over social media today. If you do a simple search on Twitter, you’ll find some of the most awesome displays of black pride ever. But what you’ll also discover are a plethora of white people who are upset about #blackoutday.

In true, “If you can do it, so can we fashion”, white people on Twitter decided to create the hashtag #whiteoutday. Because they’re a bunch of babies and don’t even realize that they’ve proved the point as to why #BlackOutDay is much needed. It’s hilarious how every time black people come together to celebrate their blackness, some white people get up in arms.

It’s actually more pathetic than hilarious.

But that’s ok. Let them be mad. Once again they’ve given us something to laugh and shake our heads at.

https://twitter.com/brokeymcpoverty/status/573900999108214784

https://twitter.com/GodGazi/status/573899352382382081

https://twitter.com/Anti_Intellect/status/573898878656909312
https://twitter.com/PoCBeauty/status/573894697057402880

 

35 Responses

  1. Mary Burrell

    March 7, 2015 2:25 pm

    I hope this movement catches spreads like wild fire to all black folks everywhere. Love seeing all the beautiful black folks

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  2. Guest

    March 6, 2015 8:15 pm

    The only one that sucked was the Gazi Kodzo. He turned something celebrating blackness about white people.

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  3. truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

    March 6, 2015 3:47 pm

    Black is always Beautiful. We will be imitated, but never duplicated. They can never duplicate the soul, the swag, and the flavor of black people. I will let the haters hate, while we black people will continue to love our blackness. We will continue to celebrate our beauty, our history, our culture, our triumphs, and our fundamental humanity.

    #Bless BlackoutDay.

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      • truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

        March 6, 2015 5:58 pm

        Thank you Sister.

        We are the Originals. We will still be here. πŸ™‚

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        • noirluv45

          March 6, 2015 6:00 pm

          You are always welcomed, truth! Yes, after all we’ve been through, we still stand, and no power on earth will bring us down. No matter what’s they’ve tried to do to us, we will always be the originals, and they know it too!

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          • truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

            March 6, 2015 6:07 pm

            It is certainly a miracle that we have survived so much in our history. From the Maafa to the 1921 destruction of Black Wall Street, we have survived. Our minds are still here, our souls are not defeated, and our will is undeterred. No obstacle will defeat us. I do feel in a sense that more black people are waking up. We have a strong, revolutionary spirit.

            We will continue to rise.

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      • truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

        March 6, 2015 6:04 pm

        I feel you. Let the people know. Columbus was a ruthless and greedy terrorists. More and more people are knowing about the real history of Christopher Columbus. That is why I will never celebrate Christopher Columbus Day.

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        • Jo 'Mama' Besser

          March 6, 2015 6:33 pm

          Hmm,

          I’m not saying that where I’m from (Canada) is the harmonious paradise it’s made out to be, this country is full-stop racist as all get-out and I have stories–but, your Columbus Day falls on our Thanksgiving (which has no historical or genocidal significance, it’s just about being thankful for the harvest and having food) and we don’t get it. We wonder why you would celebrate those people and events when you think of all of the human misery they wrought. Then when I think of it, less than two months later you have Martin Luther King Day. Yes, Columbus, whose actions facilitated the genocide of of countless peoples across the Americas, re-located and enslaved millions of Africans, he, whose exploits were funded by money stolen from expelled Jews. Well, the ones who managed to evade torture and burning the stake… neat. He’s a huge historical figure, but not one to be celebrated.

          But Canada shouldn’t act so proud, we’ve got monsters on our money, too.

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          • truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

            March 6, 2015 6:49 pm

            In American society there is super patriotism psychologically.

            Some people have even blind patriotism and that is one reason why some love Columbus Day. I think one American city has publicly repudiated Columbus Day. Columbus was one the only facilitator of genocide. He was one of many imperialists like conquistadors, etc. who viewed Native Americans as less than human (and they wanted to plunder their land resources in a brutal fashion). Thanksgiving has been a controversial holiday. For thousands of years, harvest ceremonies have existed among spiritual traditions and various creed. The modern Thanksgiving action in America does omit the genocidal actions of the Pilgrims. Even Dr. King’s holiday was not easily created. It was only established federally during the 1980’s (after activists fought for it) and it was opposed for years before it was explicitly established. We should learn about these events. Even Canada has racism as many nations have the evil of bigotry and injustice. There is a history of African slaves escaping America into Canada and Afro-Canadians contributing their efforts to fight for genuine justice in the world society.

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            • Jo 'Mama' Besser

              March 6, 2015 7:28 pm

              I wonder if Mexico has Hernan Cortez Day. Is there a Pizarro Parade in South America? Whatever, they have their own worlds of racism in those places. If you just want one example of the evil that has been condoned in Canada, look up Africville. This was four decades after Black Wall Street. There are over 1 200 cases of missing or murdered Native American women and you could get the Prime Minister to care if his life depended on him. The police here are, well they’re police. Their antics are better hidden from the world (plus us). One prominent Jackass in Julian Fantino. You would think that in all of my years of schooling I would have at least heard about some ‘Underground’ activities: NOT ONCE. I’m Canadian and I’ve never heard the words in school. This country loves the insidious kind of prejudice these days, or overt. Few months ago a little boy was bullied so badly that a teacher had to chaperone him everywhere, including the bathroom. When he switched schools he second-guessed himself and wondered if he’d done something. Well, that’s that’s what these hoods in training’s parents said. It’s his fault that their kids are racist bullies, he’s playing the race card (I’m pretty sure pretty sure that every time I’ve been called a nigger race played into it, but I guess it meant something different when I was a kid) and he’s the racist…okay. O, Canada indeed.

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              • truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

                March 6, 2015 7:34 pm

                Thank you for the information.

                I’m a black American. Certainly, many black Americans ought to research Canadian history and the Afro-Canadian people. Racism is not limited by geography as you have proven conclusively. It’s global. We have to keep on living our lives and fight evil. Goodness is always superior to evil.

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                • Jo 'Mama' Besser

                  March 7, 2015 12:14 am

                  Definitely. My mum came here as a domestic and reading some of the information pamphlets are…ugh. We have to learn to learn about ourselves and each other because so much is omitted, distorted or ignored.

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  4. disqus_6sinns1216

    March 6, 2015 3:04 pm

    Black people are so beautiful. They are the most beautiful and diverse and idgaf what tom or a racist has to say about that. That #BlackoutDay made me happy to see black people proud of their beauty.
    So white people crying this is anti white propganda and black people are “commies” for participating in #BlackoutDay (I seriously saw this on twitter) STFU and let black people celebrate their beauty. Attractiveness/beauty has been socially constructed to be anti-black for centuries, and black people are sh*tting on that BS narrative sold to us and the world with this hashtag. And if that makes them anti white communists (lol) so be it. Black people aren’t letting the white tears rain on their parade

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  5. noirluv45

    March 6, 2015 2:17 pm

    They always play the victim. There has to be some sickness they have to not realize that they are celebrated every single day. We can’t turn on the TV or see anything else without seeing or hearing about them.

    White supremacy is an illness, and it should be listed in medical/psychology books.

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  6. Anonin

    March 6, 2015 1:36 pm

    The whole world is just about whiteout. Let them cry about the little things this is an amazing event.

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  7. CoolChic

    March 6, 2015 1:15 pm

    I will not let white people get me frustrated. Dealing with white people’s antics is like waging a war against flies.

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    • noirluv45

      March 6, 2015 2:15 pm

      “Dealing with white people’s antics is like waging a war against flies.” Great analogy, CoolChick! That pretty much sums it up.

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    • Ms. Vee

      March 8, 2015 7:41 pm

      Lmao. I love u for this. I’m glad many of us understand the art of ignoring the pestilence.

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