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  1. Nzongo Samba Kess says:

    This video is shitty bullshit Racist propaganda! who give a fuck about a stupid bitch like she? She' s just a materialist bitch who search a way to get her ass layed by small dicks! I canot accept that you make generality on this bullshit video. On en a rien a foutre de cette stupide bouffone! Arrettez de vouloir rabaisser l' homme noir a des idioties pareilles!

  2. Nzongo Samba Kess says:

    This video is shitty bullshit Racist propaganda! who give a fuck about a stupid bitch like she? She' s just a materialist bitch who search a way to get her ass layed by small dicks! I canot accept that you make generality on this bullshit video. On en a rien a foutre de cette stupide bouffone! Arrettez de vouloir rabaisser l' homme noir a des idioties pareilles!

  3. This was racist, but this was also sensationalism. I see white homeless people asking for money, I never mind them cause you should not be white in America and in need of money or pan handling begging for charity. I see a brother or a sister and I am more apt to help them, not all of the time, but I am more apt to help them. Its her money and she can give it to who she feels, and because she cares for people that look like her more than she does for others, she at least thinks logically. If Afrikan people did the same among ourselves we would be better off. Racism is nothing more than a sensationalized word to describe a thorough ethnic pride. The people that are in power are racists, the people protesting the powerful are integrationists. If Afrikan people want to regain power, become racist because it was our acceptance of integration that deteriorated our communities and businesses and culture, a truly profound trick played by the European on the Afrikan psyche.

  4. Christopher Brasspalm Fireaxe says:

    Our nature is the nature of God who loves humanity in all it's totality. That's why we didn't kill white folk on the spot when they came to our lands. We welcomed them with open arms despite their strange looks and ways. That's why it was so easy for the enemy to kill us and exploit us because we were a peaceful people who saw all men as family and we treated them with kindness. From a military perspective in context of reality and history you are correct we as an oppressed and destroyed people should close ranks and love and help self. That is not our nature but it is a thing we have to do for survival as a people. But our NATURE is to love everybody regardless to color, class and nationality. By nature we wish for the brotherhood of man. Unfortunately with the European and THEIR nature, that is practically an IMPOSSIBILITY.

  5. Darren Rice says:

    You people are a bunch of damn losers..for real..damn instaging cunts.

  6. Theodora Anagor says:

    This is Australia enough said.

  7. Theodora Anagor says:

    Actual not necessarily, I have given money to different people. I have given money to people who have not had enough for shopping.

  8. Theodora Anagor says:

    White people have been instigating for hundreds of years, the problem is you can't handle the truth. You are just part of the problem.

  9. Chris Ahern says:

    This appears staged, case closed. If it was not staged, the white guy made more conversation with the white woman and therefore would be more inclined to receive money than the black guy who first asked for money. Nonetheless, a bunch of fire starters in the making of the clip.

  10. Darren Rice says:

    Theodora Anagor blah blah blah..the people in this video is a bitch instigator..but yeah whites do instagate..dont mean you act like a bitch and be like them..whoops some ass or something..have some self respect..dont be like these faggot dudes..tryna make an example out of some chick..plus the chick might have just through the dude was cuter or something..this video is for lame fucks

  11. Laura Belluscio Hintzke says:

    This woman is mean. I know in my heart I would have given him the change…the reason why is because I had given a black man who asked me for $20 while I was getting gas…he gave me a story about needing to replace a flat tire and was going to by a cheap replacement….so I went in to the ATM and gave him $30 because I felt sorry for him….this was in L.A. I'm sorry people are bias or prejudice whatever the reason this woman did not help out this young man.

  12. Racism is every where..But God is Everything

  13. I'm kind speechless , because I'm wondering if this is really racism. in my opinion this is misleading and thus it is misinformation on racism. I guess the next cry would be," why don't they let us into their homes" , please grow the hell up. I am certain that black people would done the same to your own black folk and this is one of many reasons why black society are dragged down. most of us are selfish , greedy, insensitive breeds. this young lady and the likes of her should be rendered her right of choice weather she should give or not to based on her feelings. there are black celebrities that don't give shills about black communities and their concerns yet most of us can be found to be their best fans and supporters.

  14. Caleb Lin says:

    Where's the experiment with the Asian guy? Limited scope experiments like this only make people think that the issues in this world revolve around the black and white races.

  15. Christopher Brasspalm Fireaxe ??? Our nature is like God who loves all of humanity ? Have you read the bible cause it seems he favors one race over others has different rules for others and seems to not mind rape and the mistreatment of women. Ask any sane person about our world today and I guarantee if God was real and loving noway would this bullsh*t be going on. We didn't kill them when they arrived because we are spiritual not religious you don't need religion to know murder is wrong.

  16. Yet looking around the world is this what God had in mind. If their really is a God seems like he favors evil people over the righteous.

  17. Edward Bolds says:

    I don't suppose you noticed the reaction of the young lady to the first guy's arrival on the scene… staged or not, that behavior is pretty typical in REAL life. Accept it or deny it… that's on you…

  18. Olu Ekundayo says:

    Anietye Ukpong : Did you hear about the seventy so-called "christian," so-called "prophets" in Nigeria going to Jerusalem to pray for Nigeria? They have to leave Nigeria because their god obviously has no power there, does not understand he place, or maybe even not there. Now which "omnipotent," "omniscient," "omnipresent" god would want to be so disgraced?

  19. Olu Ekundayo says:

    Anietye Ukpong : Did you hear about the seventy so-called "christian," so-called "prophets" in Nigeria going to Jerusalem to pray for Nigeria? They have to leave Nigeria because their god obviously has no power there, does not understand he place, or maybe even not there. Now which "omnipotent," "omniscient," "omnipresent" god would want to be so disgraced?

  20. Olu Ekundayo says:

    She actually exhibited a very typical type of hostility. First thing was to move away from him. She did not move at all with the other boy, even though he was actually sitting closer to her than the first boy.

  21. Olu Ekundayo says:

    Problem with your premise is that you fail to see that it is happening most to black people. All others come second.

  22. Olu Ekundayo says:

    Even your language is instigating already. You don't seem to show any knowledge of what you're ranting about. You use vulgar, uncouth words and your savage upbringing shows. Is that all you have to offer? You can't show what you don't have anyway. Any civilized person would not want you to be part of them.

  23. Olu Ekundayo says:

    Even your language is instigating already. You don't seem to show any knowledge of what you're ranting about. You use vulgar, uncouth words and your savage upbringing shows. Is that all you have to offer? You can't show what you don't have anyway. Any civilized person would not want you to be part of them.

  24. Darren Rice says:

    Olu Ekundayo because this video was made by cunts for cunts..you wanna buy into this stupid shit and be a fucking idiot..go ahead man..you seriously gonna bitch about this scenario? seriously man..who gives a fuck!!

  25. Moral of the story: give money to everybody who asks. Because you never know who is filming, and waiting for you to say, "no" so they can call you a racist.

  26. Sundiata Keita says:

    white people and coons talking about this ain't racist, mad AF. white people hate when their hand gets caught in the cookie jar.

  27. Christopher Brasspalm Fireaxe well said brother!!

  28. Edward Bolds says:

    Your point is very important… we should not just view the clip in a vacuum, finding reasons to dismiss it and in doing so, dismiss it's message! What's important to consider is how we ourselves (regardless of our hue), would react in the very same situation!

  29. Everybody always want to sat if there was a God rape would not be happening or my kid wouldn't be sick or why he this and why that…everything about anything, is in the bible…yes i said it the bible an im not no Holy Roller but you have your opinion and i have mine…Would you rather him bring the flood back and wipe the Righteous and unrighteous or would u rather choose to live right and let him be the judge of who is and who ain't #nottryingtobeLeftbehind

  30. God did not create Racism it was created on its on from people of hatred just like God did create Satan Lucifer once was an angel.

  31. Trey Hollis says:

    So who else caught the fact that this was in Australia? Just as racist as America I see…

  32. Chris Ahern says:

    I agree with both of you on how the body movement of the girl. I think that was overdone because it appears not to be real. Makes for a good conversation, though. That happens everyday.

  33. Laura Raue says:

    People like YOU are the BIG issue in this society!

  34. Paul Logan Jr. says:

    Anybody who can not see the ingrained racism in this situation is an idiot and I am glad I don't know you.

  35. Dominic Muntanga says:

    Not sure this is all about racism. The white guy was able to establish some rapport before asking for money. Racism is real, stop the sensationalism!

  36. Edward Bolds says:

    Caleb, your comment exhibits your limited understanding of the centuries old history that is the underpinning of the clip's message… This history essentially does not involve asians… Be glad it does not!

  37. Edward Bolds says:

    Wherever there is a thoughtful conversation transpiring, up pops the profane, hateful, name callers, trying to disrupt it…. this is the most prevalent manifestation of modest intellect …

  38. We all make social public decisions everyday based upon race, age, gender and class. Next time your out be aware and be less bias.

  39. We all make social public decisions everyday based upon race, age, gender and class. Next time your out be aware and be less bias.

  40. We all make social public decisions everyday based upon race, age, gender and class. Next time your out be aware and be less bias.

  41. Kenza Gulsen Asalama says:

    Talk about cognitive dissonance. Get over yourself

  42. The black kid came and sat 3ft away from her and she moved another 2ft. More conversation? At that distance he would have yell at her! You are RACIST. When you cover up the obvious your a racist

  43. This is an oft seen situation where perfectly capable and intelligent non-whites pander to the needs of whites and some times willfully ignore people of their own ethnicity. White racism can be mitigated if colored people of means openly disregard whites in preference to their own people. Whites will get the point very quickly if they realize that in mixed company they could be the under dog or be forced to only interact with their own kind. When racism by whites has existed for centuries and continues to exist and even grow then many non-whites who have the brains and the means should not hesitate to shun whites. It may look like tit for tat but some lessons are hard for bigots to learn.

  44. Obviously I was being sarcastic, smart one. And even if I was serious, this post has nothing to do wih myself: so I have nothing to get over. Chill out

  45. Chris Ahern says:

    It's petty. Like I previously stated it is a staged video. Even if somehow it is not, it's small-time jockeying for someone's money via solicitation.

  46. Jay Beck says:

    Shit wasnt racist….she was just ATTRACTED to the white dude…she liked him and wanted to get to know him more. ….look at her body language….smh…everything isnt racism

  47. Jay Beck says:

    Stop crying and begging for validation from white people. ..

  48. Are you saying that this the norm for downunder? I saw Rabbit Fence.

  49. Are you saying that this the norm for downunder? I saw Rabbit Fence.

  50. Theodora Anagor says:

    Cecilia Ward-Hall Australia is an incredible racist country, it is pretty much like the USA when it comes to the so called minorities and Indigenous people.
    They just about stand the Greeks, Italians and Spanish.

  51. Fourier Ross says:

    This is not racism! Prejudice yes but not racism!

  52. It doesn't help that the have the black guy sit down look at his phone then say can I get 30cents but have the white guy have a friendly conversation then at the end ask for 50cents

  53. The truth hearts. Racism affects all of the world. Here in Brazil where we blacks
    make up about 51% of the population we suffer the same outcome. We have to stop thinking tbat racism is only about hatred is it more about ideology than anything.

  54. Vince Rabsatt says:

    No way! This isn't racism at all! The white guy was just more charming!

  55. Camilla Wilson says:

    Thats not fair…the 2nd guy was more engaging. Speaking to him made her comfortable giving to him..additionally, how may times will someone say no..reverse the dialogue and have the bkack kid come second. .you're looking at the same results. .its not race its timing and quality of conversation.

  56. The fact is the african-american youth sat down and she moved, the white youth sat down(closer to her then the black youth) Both had not spoken a word before sitting down, yet she moved away from the african american youth, that's why the white youth cursed her out(even he could see it

  57. Maria Carter-Evans says:

    "Racism is nothing more than a sensationalized word to describe a thorough ethnic pride" that is not what racism . Racism = racial prejudice + systemic institutional power. She is prejudice, for sure.

  58. Maria Carter-Evans says:

    Christopher Brasspalm Fireaxe Truth!

  59. Evah Gordon says:

    But you need to read her body language, the different ways she reacted to both guys when each first sat down beside her. The Black guys didn't even sit as close to her as the other fellow and yet she drew away from him, but she never flinched the moment the white guy sat down right next to her. And that speaks volume!

  60. Evah Gordon says:

    I agree and that clearly demonstrates some level of bias on her part but as to whether or not it can be termed racism is a different story as none of us knows if she has had prior experience/s with some other black youth that has led her to react the way she does. You never know. In other words you have to take in account that there may very well be other variables that promoted her behaviour or she could very well be a racist.

  61. Evah Gordon says:

    Theodora Anagor Well said.

  62. Evah Gordon says:

    Olu Ekundayo Well said, sir. She is clueless as to the discourse taking place and in participating, if hers can be so classified, she only shows how uncouth she is, as you rightly say.

  63. Edward Bolds says:

    NOTHING is racism, is it?

  64. Marcus Smith says:

    Racism is real and deep rooted in the fabric of America and the very sad part is when people bring up the topic they are in turn seen as racist because nobody wants to have the race conversation, let's just act like it's not real. Everything everyday is about race because that's how so many want it and until that changes nothing will change!

  65. Mando Zapata says:

    I would of said no two both of them guys does that make me a racist because I'm not of there ethnicity lmao

  66. Jeremías Bachelor says:

    I didn't see this as racism at all. I would have acted the same way. The first guy did not engage in any form of conversation with the lady. He simply asked for money. I almost exclusively say the same thing to everyone. The second guy started a conversation with her, gave background information about himself (I'm from Australia), and "mitigated" the situation by asking how much it cost and then not having enough.

    If you wanted to really see if the lady was racist, they both needed to have asked in the same way.

  67. Women are inherently more prejudice. She moved away from the black kid when he first sat down. She didn't budge when the white kid sat next to her.

  68. Women are inherently more prejudice. She moved away from the black kid when he first sat down. She didn't budge when the white kid sat next to her.

  69. Nick Wood says:

    I think THIS video is an unfair judgement. maybe if the first guy would have chatted it up with her like the second, he too would have gotten some change. I feel this wasn't a controlled situation and may have nothing to do with race. I too would be less likely to hand over my money to someone who just walked up and asked for money and didn't communicate. for me, color of skin is never the reason its always the way the PERSON comes at me.

  70. Well some things never change.

  71. Crystal Shaw says:

    This isn't mind blowing, some people are Prejudice and/or racist.
    You did not discover anything knew. I guess non black people just don't get it.

  72. Yes she did move away but at the same time the white guy made more conversation instead of just asking for money. I give money where it is needed but everyone has a choice who they decide to give to. This is the problem today everything is analyzed by race even when the situation has nothing to do with it. How do we know he didn't ask first and the black guy asked after and she really didn't have it smh. People need to just stop !!!!

  73. Eniola A. Omole says:

    The moral of this video isn't to show how selfish people can be its to show how people are biased based on race stick to the topic.

  74. Eniola A. Omole says:

    Youthful humor to a very serious topic at hand , aren't you the brightest bulb in the room 🙂 #ispeaksarcasmtoo

  75. Eniola A. Omole says:

    He sat extremely close to her and she didn't budge (mind you it was purposeful) , black guys sat at a distance and she still saw the need to move , yeah he should have so totally made conversation with the clearly uncomfortable woman . Then again his shirts were very intimidating wouldn't you say so…

  76. Eniola A. Omole says:

    Nobody is accusing her of wanting to keep her money if she had ended both it would have been ok BUT she chose to scoot away from the black guy who say 3 feet away and act uncomfortable but had no problem with the white guy who was EXTREMELY close to her and mind you asked for MORE than the black guy asked for , so if not racism please what is it?

  77. Eniola A. Omole says:

    Ps this goes to the people who are screaming it's not racism just a women not wanting to give away money…

  78. Eniola A. Omole says:

    Ps this goes to the people who are screaming it's not racism just a women not wanting to give away money…

  79. Eniola A. Omole says:

    Would you please tell us how Asians are treated badly in America 🙂

  80. Ajang Yout says:

    Racist!!!!! No…not in this situation though. If both guys were sitting next to her and then she refused to give the black guy n give the white guy money then still a cause of O love this and I don't love this!!!!

  81. Ajang Yout says:

    Racist!!!!! No…not in this situation though. If both guys were sitting next to her and then she refused to give the black guy n give the white guy money then still a cause of O love this and I don't love this!!!!

  82. Poor example of racism, this only shows catering to likeness, this would happen to anyone regardless of race! Sensationalism is very rampant and shows across the world, so I would like to thank all media for the sensationalism today, because it will continue this topic for years to come.

  83. Brooklyn Simmons says:

    So let's all forget or ignore that for the first guy she moved as soon as he sat down….making herself unapproachable. Yes he should have chatted more but when someone doesn't even want to sit next to you, how do you spark conversation after that?

  84. Brooklyn Simmons says:

    You are right he should have talked more, but she also moved as soon as he sat down. How do you spark conversation after that??

  85. Brooklyn Simmons says:

    You are right he should have talked more, but she also moved as soon as he sat down. How do you spark conversation after that??

  86. Olu Ekundayo says:

    @Chris Ahern: Even if we agree it was staged: It's a reflection of what we see all the time: the passive aggression before we even see the overt aggression at all. The problem with closing a case like that is that it victimizes everyone who refuses to look at it and correct it, including the perpetrator and the victim of the perpetration. Also, we forget the generational and genetic impact of such behavior. It generates anti-self energies (internal and external). The ultimate consequence of which can be extinction. Everyone, inclusive, will have to face it and address it, or it will endanger all of us because it is an existential threat to the specie.

  87. What bothered me more was when the young lady moved 2ft.to the left when the black kid sat down and didn't budge when the white kid sat down smh

  88. hey , have it your way. mr moley.

  89. hey , have it your way. mr moley.

  90. Olu Ekundayo says:

    @ Rebecca Williams-Lowe: Your position would have been more understandable if the context were different.But you know it is not. The generations of hatred and very egregious crimes against humanity make your argument sound like running away from oneself. The problem with that kind of coping by denials is that the problem grows and this kind of problem is eventually existential. On balance, denial in this case is counter productive.

  91. Olu Ekundayo says:

    @Marcus Thorpe: This is not about the mass media or sensationalism. If you were Black and you have not, or someone you know has not, encountered this or even more hostile behavior based on hatred for your color, you must be a very rare kind of Black person indeed. If you are Black and you know someone who has encountered this and other even more overt hostility, then you are denying the reality that faces people of the darker hue on this planet. Either way, you are not coping adequately with an existential threat. It must be faced. However you do.

  92. Olu Ekundayo says:

    You want "proof" beyond your "doubt", you want to "help" yourself by denying what you see in the mirror. You can actually help yourself by looking, clear eyed, into the mirror and changing what you see. But that thing that you see and don't like is standing in front of the mirror. Just like Michael Jackson once sang: If you want to change the man in the mirror, look at your self and make that change. Life in Existence has a way of multiplying whatever we send out and turning it back on us. Thus, not changing is anti-self: an existential threat to your self.

  93. Olu Ekundayo says:

    @ Evah Gordon: Her reaction to the sitting of the Black boy in such a short time would have made it more likely that she would have a negative experience with a White boy; because she would not interact with Black boys anyway, let alone give them a chance to give her a negative experience.

  94. Olu Ekundayo says:

    Anagor did. If one did not think so. One only had to see the news clips of the OJ Simpson trial verdict and it would not be difficult to see clear race in the reactions, from all over the world.

  95. Olu Ekundayo says:

    You are right, it is the ideology of hatred. They can actually thrive much better without it. But they choose to think they are better because of it.

  96. @olu wow…I am from the most integrated state on the planet (Minnesota) and we fight for our culture daily, so to doubt my culture or my blackness is sorta bananas, but every one has a right to an opinion, so for you not to see that mass media put us on blast constantly as the bottom of the barrel is on you. I was just commenting on the fact that it wouldn't matter if the person was white or black, the reaction would be the same. Peace my brother

  97. Kenza Gulsen Asalama says:

    Julian Alvarez Perhaps it would help if you had indicated that you were being sarcastic.. It sounds to me that you were denying the obvious bigotry displayed by the woman in the video. By the way, making fun of this, you trivialise the issue of racism.

  98. I get the point trying to be made, but each had a different approach which may have contributed to her response also being different. Though racism does exist I think people too often use the word without the proper understanding/meaning.

  99. Sean Christopher Hoey says:

    For all the people saying "she moved and that's what makes it bad" It filmed from different angles. also if you notice when the first boy sits down he tries to sit on the same bench where there wasnt much room to begin (all the benches have gaps between) so she actually moved over a little so he didn't have to sit int he gap (although he still did to make it seem further) when filmed from the other side she is sitting in the exact same spot but it looks like he is so close because there isn't another bench on his side for a reference point….So not saying it is or isn't racist…but really look at everything and see how its skewed one way or the other.

  100. Let's say she had some negative interactions with men prior and this is why she reacted, she still is racist because if you create a judgement facilitated by an negative action or reaction without knowing a person, only on race, and you lump the whole race together, then you give favorable/reaction to another, This is RACISM. Again even the white guy could see it. Let's test it this way, if another black guy tried to sit next to her, do you think she would move? better yet, if 2 white guys sat next to her, one after the other do you think she would move?

  101. Renee Winston Dial says:

    It's people like you who miss the point. She already moved away from him once he sat down and we all know why… Bc he is black. So no matter how much conversation they had her mind was made up. You must think racism doesn't exist.

  102. Sami Chebib says:

    the point here is made. Albeit, I also see a form of "al sharpton syndrome" in these comments. people please. That is a dangerous condition of the heart. Wickedness exists in every culture. I'm an Arab – please don't go all "al sharpton" on me due to my white face.

  103. Sami Chebib says:

    the point here is made. Albeit, I also see a form of "al sharpton syndrome" in these comments. people please. That is a dangerous condition of the heart. Wickedness exists in every culture. I'm an Arab – please don't go all "al sharpton" on me due to my white face.

  104. Sami Chebib says:

    Queonte Auque from the moment i saw that first kid, I could tell he had an agenda. I saw it in his demeanor. He was in site of her, appeared abrupt and she may have 'seen' him coming. However, the 2nd kid came up from a different side. He was smoother, and additionally conversational. Whether she was or wasn't racist, the circumstances are not definitive in determining that conclusion.

  105. Sami Chebib says:

    Racism is real – I deal with it all the time, with white and black folk. I have to be twice as nice, twice as considerate and twice as smart so that 'your ass' doesn't think I'm a terrorist. But I don't hold that against you, I just do my part to live. As Jesus said, "To one who strikes you on the cheek, offer the other also, and from one who takes away your cloak do not withhold your tunic either. Give to everyone who begs from you, and from one who takes away your goods do not demand them back. And as you wish that others would do to you, do so to them." I will continue to give and love because that is what my Lord has commanded me to do — I won't allow any else's attitude toward me to be the determinant of how I live my life.

  106. Sami Chebib says:

    Racism is real – I deal with it all the time, with white and black folk. I have to be twice as nice, twice as considerate and twice as smart so that 'your ass' doesn't think I'm a terrorist. But I don't hold that against you, I just do my part to live. As Jesus said, "To one who strikes you on the cheek, offer the other also, and from one who takes away your cloak do not withhold your tunic either. Give to everyone who begs from you, and from one who takes away your goods do not demand them back. And as you wish that others would do to you, do so to them." I will continue to give and love because that is what my Lord has commanded me to do — I won't allow any else's attitude toward me to be the determinant of how I live my life.

  107. Sami Chebib says:

    Racism is real – I deal with it all the time, with white and black folk. I have to be twice as nice, twice as considerate and twice as smart so that 'your ass' doesn't think I'm a terrorist. But I don't hold that against you, I just do my part to live. As Jesus said, "To one who strikes you on the cheek, offer the other also, and from one who takes away your cloak do not withhold your tunic either. Give to everyone who begs from you, and from one who takes away your goods do not demand them back. And as you wish that others would do to you, do so to them." I will continue to give and love because that is what my Lord has commanded me to do — I won't allow any else's attitude toward me to be the determinant of how I live my life.

  108. What's really interesting is the white kid who was talking at the of this was just taking aback as most of us. I watched it again and it looks even worse the second time. There was less than 2ft on the other side of this chick. She didn't even think about moving. It's Racist.

  109. Manolo Arquimedez Cepeda says:

    The woman seemed disgusted by the Black kid and it's why she scooted away from him. Now I don't know this woman's background so I won't pass judgement. She could've been raped by a black man or attack by black kids, who knows?

    I loved the White kid's reaction when she gave him the money.

  110. James Diggins says:

    Lol…Thank you for all your comments. One thing I totally understand about today's people "in general" is that we always want to philosophize the reaction of another person. I mean really are you at all surprised of the outcome of this video or the out right war declared on black people since the day any of you were born? We want to talk, march, raise signs, call Al Sharpton, Jessie, and whoever else. One thing we always overlook is "The Elephant in the Room. Until we rise up as a people you will continue to let the" animal" dirty your carpet and eat your food!

  111. Corigan Malloy says:

    taking care of people who look like you, first, is almost natural. i too wonder about the homeless,"dread"locked young 20-ish year olds who are begging with their dogs.

  112. Corigan Malloy says:

    Edward Bolds ~ yes, she moved away instantly.

  113. Corigan Malloy says:

    i agree with you-sadly, there are those among "us" who would give to the caucasian boy before giving to the coloured boy.

  114. Whats the matter black man coming to the realization that white ppl hate you… how many times do they have to fuck you over before u get the picture???

  115. Carla Keller Walker says:

    when the majority of crimes are committed by BLACK men, well then you have a tendency to not want to interact with strange black men!

  116. They got what they were looking for.

  117. instead of posting video's like this where we all know what's going to happen, let's see some nice white folks helping nice black folks for a change…..

  118. Son Goku says:

    How is this racist? The white kid for starters didn't ask for money right away, he asked about what time the bus's run, where bus stops were and excreta. The black kid just walked up and said do you have money. You don't do that come on that's not racist that's common sine's.

  119. you are stupid and useless.you should kill yourself and make it a better world

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