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u/heartbeats · 55 pointsr/dankmemes

If you're actually serious, this is an excellent read and a good starting point. Here is a free PDF copy. Here is another free PDF copy with links. One of the most incisive, accessible, and well-researched resources out there today.

u/elduderino616 · 1 pointr/dankmemes

The short answer to "debunk the statistics" is that due to a wide range of factors, people of color are MUCH more likely to experience poverty and as such much more likely to resort to crime. (They also experience the effects of poverty differently, in part due to unequal policing practices.) The economic piece the biggest, but there's a lot going on, so like I said lots of great books on the subject if you're interested, Rothstein's is a good place to start. I would also recommend The New Jim Crow by Michelle Alexander.

The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness

u/Citrus-Pancake · 173 pointsr/dankmemes

I’m pretty sure they did. They also made a communism version where the tag line was “because capitalism’s for winners” or something.

Edit: it’s called Monopoly Socialism, heres the Amazon page

u/johntyro · 2 pointsr/dankmemes

Thanks for your wishes, if you want to look way more into Descartes this is a good introductory book on the Meditations:

u/ExtremEnder · 2 pointsr/dankmemes

That UFOs in wartime one?

I found the amazon link if anyone wants it.

u/Kadguy11 · 1 pointr/dankmemes

This one is midnight black, for when you need to crusade in the dark in secret

u/Sh4d0wcs · 2 pointsr/dankmemes

its only 60 bucks for this forbidden knowledge

u/plague_dog · 18 pointsr/dankmemes

hirohito is generally misunderstood. his position as an emperor was mostly ceremonial, and construed as putting him "above" japanese politics. he never truly reconciled that during the war; neither was the real culprit tojo (who was appointed PM long after plans against the US had been made, and who had no real choice but to see them through or be assassinated). issue was mainly with a young, imperialist, and nationalist military/navy that could not be controlled by the japanese government. a "divine mandate" from hirohito preventing hostilities would have lead to a military coup and many more assassinations than there were.


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u/DCResayz · 16 pointsr/dankmemes

This is 100% false he says we are choosing to be slaves. His wording is absolutely terrible and insanely ambiguous, so it's easy to misinterpret what he's saying. But if you really think the "we" in this context was in reference to white people/slave owners then you're absolutely wrong.

Please please please stay the fuck away from shitty youtube sekptics, they're all contrarians and hacks. "He wasn't saying saying slavery was a choice for actual slaves when slavery was a thing in america. He was saying that it sounds like a choice for people that he's encountered who suggest they've been victimized in some way by 400 years of slavery."

  1. That's a stretch
  2. Sounds like he believes that black people complain and whine too much about slavery when they've never experienced it themselves. When in reality the effects (and some behaviors) of racist America undoubtedly still exist today and the government has not done nearly enough to eliminate these lingering effects (although they have been reduced).

    Here are some studies/books if you don't already believe this:

  3. Racism and Mental Health: The African American experience
  4. Meta-analysis of field experiments shows no change in racial discrimination in hiring over time
  5. Race and Economic Opportunity in the United States:
    An Intergenerational Perspective

  6. The legacy of Malthus: The social costs of the new scientific racism
  7. African Americans are better off in many ways but
    are still disadvantaged by racial inequality

  8. Young Black Americans and the Criminal Justice System: Five Years Later
  9. Black Resistance/White Law: A History of Constitutional Racism in America
  10. The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness