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I called a towing company with terrible reviews as Rakesh (Indian) accusing them of towing my car. They ended up saying a racial slur towards me, I responded by calling back angrily as Rakesh and Tyrone (black). This guy was extremely stubborn so I decided to send a recording of his racism to a local news station, the segment on this guy is in included in the video so be sure to stay tuned lol. Share the video with your friends! As always thank you for your support :) ps: This was a request sent to me by someone who had a miserable experience with this company, which is how I found out about these people (and there general online reviews) in the first place. I wasn't personally offended by anything he said in this video, just annoyed at how unbelievably stubborn he was. Subscribe for free and join the 2M+ pranksters! *******own.ag/youtube Epic Prostitute Meltdown Prank - *******own.ag/eH Random video - *******own.ag/d6 Facebook--------------------- *******facebook****/OwnagePranks Twitter ------------------------ *******twitter****/OwnagePranks 2nd channel / Extras ---- *******youtube****/MrOwnagePranks Merchandise ---------------- *******ownagepranks.spreadshirt****
14 Apr 2014
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Donald Trump wants to deport immigrants, punish women for having abortions, and continue the prevalent racism that is affecting countless Americans who just want to be treated equally. We as a country cannot let that happen, please do not vote for Donald Trump. We have to band together and make our country a better place to live in, please, vote for Jill Stein.
9 Aug 2016
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Michael Moore says that the election of Donald Trump will be the biggest fuck you ever and it will feel good. Michael Moore discusses why people will vote for Trump in the 2016 election. Michael explains why people are fed up and why they will vote for Trump this election. He states that it will be the biggest fuck you to career politicians, the media, the elite, and the rich. Michael Moore appears to have joined the Trump Train for the presidential election of 2016 and to make America great again. #MAGA Audio taken from ********soundcloud****/user-87363945/micheal-moore-maga Follow me on Twitter @BretTutor *******www.brettutor**** For those of you that do not speak English as your primary language, here are some definitions of the terms in the video: Racist - when someone believes that a race is superior to another. It is an overused term these days since racism in the US is at a much lower rate than what the media likes to show. In the video you will see a picture of Hillary Clinton who said that she brings hot sauce in her bag wherever she goes. She said this to a group of black talk show hosts to appease them since many black people like hot sauce. Now that is an example of racism or what you would call soft bigotry. Hillary Clinton is well known for her soft bigotry of low expectations when it comes to blacks in the US. Rednecks - a derogatory term used to talk about poor white people. This has been used during the election campaign of the Democratic party to refer to Trump supporters. For the most part, it has failed since most Trump supporters are good, hardworking, family oriented, patriotic citizens. Tariff - a tax placed on imported goods. The US used to have tariffs to help control the trade, but they are no longer commonly used. Trump will bring back tariffs for those companies abusing the system in the US. Music to the ears - this is an idiom that means when something sounds good. In this example, the words that Trump says are uplifting and give the US voters real hope. This is why people are voting for Trump and why he will win the election. Brexit States - Brexit is the term used for the vote for the UK to leave the European Union. In the US there are states that feel like the globalists have taken over and they will vote for Donald Trump. They will do this to move away from a one world government type of control. This is similar to people in the UK who voted to move away from the control of the EU that did not serve the interests of the people. Beaten down - similar to when one repeatedly hits a dog. It is given in this example as the people who have nearly lost it all including their pride. The corrupt system and politicians have taken advantage of the people for too long. Molotov Cocktail - a homemade bomb that is basic and consists of a flammable liquid in a glass bottle that is lit and thrown. The fuse is typically some sort of fabric such as a shirt. Obamacare - a failed system that was created by pharmaceutical and other medical related companies in order to increase profits. Obama told people it would be good for them, but the reality is it was a scam to take money away from the people and enrich the corporations. Dispossessed - when someone has been deprived of something that they own. Typically when land or property has been taken from them. In this case, the speaker is talking about the American voters who lost everything due to corrupt political conditions that caused economic issues and hardships. Donald J. Trump - a wealthy billionaire who will become the next president of the United States by beating out a corrupt Hillary Clinton. Many of the polls are in this direction and there is a possibility that Clinton might drop out due to health reasons. It is an extremely small possibility, but we will wait and see. The enemy of my enemy is who I am going to vote for - Michael changes the idiom “ The enemy of my enemy is my friend” to state that he is voting for Trump. Michael is part of the party that supports Hillary, but he is voting for Trump instead. The reason why is Michael’s enemy is the corrupt powers in place that have ruined the lives of many people in the US. Joe Blow - this is an idiom that refers to the everyday male in the US. ********www.youtube****/watch?v=LiT4I27YokM
4 Nov 2016
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This departmental store clerk needs to learn a lesson or two about racism as he was seen yelling at a customer who spoke Spanish instead of English.
23 Jun 2017
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Synopsis: 'Coco' tells the story of Miguel, a 12-year-old boy living in Mexico with his family on a typical rural farm. Because of his concerns, he will set in motion a chain of events that will change his life during the celebration of the Day of the Dead. The preadolescent is very clear where to direct his future and tries to learn to play the guitar on the sly, in an old loft on his roof. There he honors his idol, Ernesto de la Cruz, an already deceased musician and actor in whom he is inspired to memorize chords and compose. Candles, movies, flowers and photographs of the singer make his "rehearsal room" a very special place. Several members of your family will try to prevent at all costs, have contact with music, as they see it as an entertainment that prevents you pay attention to what is really important. But Miguel will not surrender, and will try to discover his history by studying his ancestors. After visiting the mausoleum of his idol and playing the guitar that rests in peace with him and that has accompanied him so much in his films, he is trapped in the world of the dead. But he does not do it alone, as he is always accompanied by his faithful friend and dog: Dante. In his journey he will meet his ancestors, and these will have to help him out of the underworld as no place for a living. And their adventures will end up causing all of them to end up meeting with him and his family. The new Disney and Pixar film has been directed by Lee Unkrich (Toy Story 3) and co-directed and written by Adrián Molina (El Viaje de Arlo). And of course, it has been produced by one of Pixar's parents, John Lasseter (Ratatouille, Monsters S.A, The Incredibles, Finding Nemo ...). The film will premiere at a time when racism is the order of the day, and it should be noted that it has been truly inclusive, as its cast actors, mostly Mexican. For example: Anthony Gonzalez, Sofía Espinosa, Selene Luna, Gael García Bernal, Herbert Siguenza ...
16 Sep 2017
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News flash white people don't like anti white racism and politics. Who knew(?)
2 Oct 2017
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I made this video because this song touched me deeply. Racism is something that despite our best intentions still rears it's ugly head. Only through song like this can we hope to keep our focus on a problem that touches us all. Jesus is the only one who can combat and stem this ugly tide.
11 Aug 2018
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Fighting racism by telling tourists to not spend their money in your neighbourhood might not be the best idea.
16 Aug 2018
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Just finished making the movie trailer for the scary movie my friends and i are working on. Short horror film (Teaser trailer) Song playing" Theme of Arrington" "I can come from any race, it doesn't matter which one, you just can't change me".-Arrington This is a horror movie but it also focuses on very serious topics such as racism, prejudice, and it has alot of religious elements. This is my 1st video so it may not be perfect. Give it a like on youtube. The name is the same on youtube- "Arrington short horror film"
8 Sep 2018
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Black Physician Pulled A 26-Hour Shift Helping People And Saving Live, But On His Way Home The Terrible Happened A black man from a working-class family worked hard to become medical doctor. He now works long, twelve hours of a thankless shift, and STILL has to deal with this. Here’s his story: I’m a black man. I’m about 6’2″, average build. Nothing too fancy. I think I look normal, not intimidating in the slightest. I grew up in a middle-class neighborhood. My parents were blue collar workers, but provided for me and my sister. We were taught manners, said our pleasantries. I got detention once in fifth grade because I was late to class because I spilled paint in my Art class and had to clean it up. But that’s it, that’s the worst trouble I have ever been in in my life. I am a surgical resident at a hospital you have probably heard of. I was educated in a Top 10 university and went to medical school at a pseudo-Ivy League institution. I have had a great life. I have made sure of it. So have my parents. Of course, I have noticed racism throughout my life. I have been pulled over and the officer has never given me a clear answer. Sometimes, they will straight up lie and tell me that I was speeding when I know I was not. Once, I was stopped and frisked. The officer apologized and told me that I matched the description of a criminal-on-the-run in the area. The only description was “black man, average build.” I never reported this, but I always remember it. Today, I was leaving after a 26-hour shift at the hospital. I’m in my fourth year of residency and the hours get longer and longer, but I’m almost done. Today was particularly grueling, because I found out that a patient I have worked with since the start of my residency is now deemed ‘terminal’ and will be moved to hospice care. It sucked, it broke my heart. It was like four years’ worth of work had been erased. As I was walking across the parking lot, a young man younger than me, maybe twenty-five, leaned out of
10 Sep 2018
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We komen tussen in mensenrechtelijke geschillen gelinkt aan het Internet, eigendomsrecht, privéleven, familiaal leven, uitleveringen van verdachten, uitwijzingen van vreemdelingen, strafrecht, vrijheid van meningsuiting, politiegeweld, burgerlijke zaken, foltering, onmenselijke behandelingen, asielzaken, discriminatie, racisme, medische fouten, enz. Wij komen dus tussen in alle rechtstakken voor zover er mensenrechtelijke belangen kunnen worden vastgesteld in het geschil.
25 Oct 2018
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After seeing a need to address racism in their community, spoken word duo Kinetic Affect, consisting of a former teacher and a former military veteran, could not stay silent. So, they responded how they know best—through their art. “A Simple Question” addresses racism in the United States and speaks to specific incidents from the last decade, calling for conversation, empathy, and understanding. Feeling conflicted over recent events, a student asks his teacher what seems like a simple question. But as the teacher ponders both history and modern reality, he realizes there isn’t an easy answer. Touching on perspectives from both education and the military, A Simple Question is a catalyst for conversation. The video calls for empathy in hopes that it will lead to understanding, a productive dialogue, and positive action; in hopes that someday our students won’t have to ask this question.
26 Oct 2018
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There is no doubt that that mainstream white media and its army of ready and able white supremacists love to refer to black people as animals, thugs, sexual predators and much worst the growing problem both in the US and UK is inherent symptoms of an entrenched phenomenon of racism which never ceases to relent within today's fake new media.
22 Jan 2019
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I'm playing vanquish on xbox 360, a game with russian robots where you're an american robot so I guess you're trying to show that robots can be good people too and that they're not all bad, so it kind of brings up complex issues like racism which is pretty deep stuff. and you're really really fast like sonic hedgehog fast because of rocket boots. but if you take too much hits you blow up. i'll probably continue this series with mission 2 if I can get 10,000thousand subscribers. i've already beaten the game, but I haven't played it in a while, so don't judge me. please stop asking if this is satire. i don't even know what that means. make sure to like comment and subscribe the video if you like it. also please turn off ad blocks because I don't work and I need the money from starting my let's play career.
6 Jul 2019
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A short animation movie by Insight Animations in collaboration with SpinnOff Entertainment. This film is based on three concepts(Racism, Music, and Technology) Enjoy!
19 Aug 2019
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“The real enemy is, and to know the function, the very serious function of racism, which is distraction. It keeps you from doing your work. It keeps you explaining over and over again, your reason for being.” according to Toni Morrison I have a unique view of the world and how things work. My web page is Real talk. I see racism a bit differently. I don't believe in white privilege because its not a privilege, . Here's why...
19 Oct 2019
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