3 people stealing the same bike [video]
entirely fed up with this world
Racism right here.
White people steal, and it’s BRUSHED OFF AND OTHER PEOPLE HELP
Black person? MOB of people come to attack him.
but it’s all in our heads though
this illustrates the strata in our white supremacist patriarchy pretty well, if i may say
White woman? You get white dudes literally helping you steal the bike, probably in the hopes you’ll ‘reward’ them.
White dude? A blind eye is turned.
Black dude? Suddenly you’re the worst criminal in the world.
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