In many of your videos and comments you seem keen to stress you are a person of colour, is it a meaningful term for you? Is it a part of your identity?

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Armadillo
Armadillo

Well it would explain where all the ridiculous leftist ideas came from ha.

ArthurM
ArthurM

probably not, but the soviet kgb did do a lot of work in various subtle ways that the russians have kept going, albeit in smaller and subtler ways. information warfare and so on. i remember martin luther king described as being targetted by both the fbi and the kgb - character assassination, and there were leaflets handed out to fuel race riots etc - it's not a stretch to see that carrying on into todays cyberwarfare sphere. plus it;s pretty interesting!

Armadillo
Armadillo

@ArthurM Well yeah, definitely used to seperate white people. But I doubt its a Russian conspiracy lol.

ArthurM
ArthurM

Person of colour was pretty popular in the 1800s, but then made a huge comeback in the 2000s as POC. When I first started hearing it, it seemed to be how sjw's referred to minorities in what they thought was a PC way, even though it's dumb af and black ppl hate being called 'coloured', but then slowly black ppl used it - although I think most non-sjw blck ppl still use the term black - or african-american if they're american and talking to white ppl.

I'd bet it was a communist ideavirus implanted via social media to mess with the west!

Armadillo
Armadillo

Pretty sure its been around for a while. I though white people came up with it to segregate everyone else?

ArthurM
ArthurM

yeah, it'd be interesting to look into the origin of the term. i wouldn't be surprised if it was a purposeful ploy to bring all non-whites under one umbrella term. also, tumblr. it's always tumblr.

RoamingMillennial
RoamingMillennial

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I never heard the term until a few years ago, and growing up, I can't remember ever having to racially identify myself actually...

ArthurM
ArthurM

can you remember when the term became PoC, Roaming? When you were younger did you use that term to describe yourself?

RoamingMillennial
RoamingMillennial

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I mention that I'm a POC because I get tired of SJWs calling me white as a way to dismiss what I'm saying.
Being nationally Chinese IS a very huge part of my identity, but it's not really about race. I grew up in Hong Kong, it's where home is for me, my values are in many ways more Asian than Western, but those are all things that could apply to white/black/latino kids raised in the same situation as well.

Armadillo
Armadillo

Yeah, I think she does it because shes trying to make a point to leftist that a PoC can be right wing. Shes made it VERY clear she doesn't like identity politics. :p

ArthurM
ArthurM

this^^ i'd never heard of PoC until recently, before black people called themselves black, chinese, chinese, etc. it's basically everyone-that-isn't-white ?? us-vs-them ??



Konoruck
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