Halloween has people angry over superhero costume

 

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hi this is ed back again with another
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video here so welcome to mirror world of
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course in a world where you can be you
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can be a victim from every other
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different kinds of spectrum including
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worlds that don’t exist now People
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magazine is arguing the fact that we’re
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in costumes we’re in the costumes and
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I’m talking about the costume itself
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this costume right here from Black
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Panther if you wear that the new effect
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are involved in cultural appropriation
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that is appropriating from some culture
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that doesn’t exist
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well Conda is not real okay this is not
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someone going you know walking along
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dressed as Chaka Zulu okay which was a
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real character and of course was
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involved in numerous different Wars he
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was a famous warrior within African or
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culture there this is not someone
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walking around like Shaka Zulu okay this
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is someone dressed in this outfit as you
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see right here which is a type of I
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guess I haven’t seen the movie but I’m
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guessing it’s a type of you know
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fantastical armored suit it’s got these
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these fangs around the outside which are
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like the teeth of some you know animal
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that every culture has Vikings war teeth
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apparently well there’s only one
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narrative of Vikings all the stuff you
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see on TV about people talking like
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Vikings and I’ve researched fortunes for
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a while okay as made up it’s fictional
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they don’t know how Vikings existed it
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all goes back to one manuscript written
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by an Arabian physician by the name of
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El Dorado who wrote about his small
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travels with a group of very Vikings
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back and I believe it was the ninth
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century or might it was the Islamic
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Golden Age door so to speak that’s the
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only account and I’ve read it and it has
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nothing to do with the way the Vikings
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behaved today most Viking examples from
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everywhere a ludicrous and that’s just
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my opinion but remember you can go look
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that up you can research then decide for
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yourself how
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much do they know about Vikings nothing
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no nothing about Vikings okay it’s all
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made up it’s all fictional it’s all made
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up by academics hypothesizing there’s
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only one written account and I just told
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you about it so you can research it the
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main point is this though the Vikings
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addressed how they were okay people
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address how they do and what is this
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what ancient civilization what cultural
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civilization dresses in this Black
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Panther outfit none why because it’s
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made up it is a made up fictional
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costume from a fictional world that
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doesn’t exist it’s not real just the
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same way as someone dresses up like Thor
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from the Avengers doesn’t mean how is he
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insulting at the Scandinavian culture if
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he happens to be black if someone wanted
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to dress up like a black thought I
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wouldn’t even care we’ll fight with an
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Ikea because what what is why would I
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care why would I care is the question
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they would trace up however they want
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what difference does it make
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but here’s the point well least Thor and
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that example is actually from you know
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he’s a he’s from a cultural system that
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was real okay Thor was a god
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well not was a God but he you know he’s
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a mythological kind of creation there
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whereas here we see a person dressed up
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literally and I guess a cat suit to look
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like a panther and which by the way
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Panthers exist in many different types
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of cultures ok Black Panthers or
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Panthers exist in many different types
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of cultures ok so here we have someone
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who dresses up in that and some kind of
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modern nano suit or something and if a
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kid dresses up in this costume from a
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fictional character of frictional world
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and they are not the right skin tone as
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People magazine argues then they the
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parents should really have a stern
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talking to them about cultural
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appropriation let’s read through this
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lunatic article which is really just
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projecting racism and not unity amongst
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people but literally projecting
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divisionary systems
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purpose a lot of these places are doing
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it on purpose and by the way they’re
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making the argument just really loose
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and illogical on purpose okay well they
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would have to be insane to really
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believe this they’d have to be insane so
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lease that which could be the case but I
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believe they’re doing on purpose and
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they’re creating a really loose on
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purpose to drive argument because now
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people gonna make numerous amounts of
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videos saying you know look how
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ludicrous this is why shouldn’t people
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be on a dress in these costumes and
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People magazine or the people that own
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it or the people in charge of this whole
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entire operation will just rear ABing
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their hands with glee because that’s
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exactly what they want they want a story
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that has a loose argument structure to
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it just completely like ridiculous so
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people will argue it but just enough
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gasoline on it that people will talk
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about it as I’m doing right now
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have to talk about this right just
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enough gasoline so people that will talk
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about it and argue about it for infinity
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and be divided against each other
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continuously on and on and on it goes
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they can keep on using racism and
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projecting racism out into numerous
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different cultures in the Western stream
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to use racism as a vehicle in a
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divisionary a divisionary system in
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order to affect their gain and the
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political system now let’s go into this
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article so more let’s reread the
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headline and go through a cultural
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appropriation or not pearance speak out
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a Blau black panther halloween costumes
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you’re not allowed to wear that forget
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about it it is actually appropriated
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from the African continent circa 200 BC
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not really no it’s not because it
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doesn’t exist
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parents of white children may want to
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think twice before purchasing a black
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panther Halloween costume this year the
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mere fact that they always raise the
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question about white children okay
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really shows to me it feels like I’m
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reading some kind of like annual from
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the KKK or something
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it’s really really well it feels like
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they don’t refer to kids as just
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children generically because it doesn’t
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matter what color or skin they are it’s
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always white children or it’s this
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children or whatever
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the blockbuster superhero film is sure
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to spawn some of the most popular
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costumes etc but many are advising
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parents advising parents in the costume
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shop to consider all angles before
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giving in to their children’s wishes
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namely exploring the idea of whether a
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white child dressing up as any of the
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film’s black characters would be
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considered cultural appropriation so
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it’s a fictional continent remember the
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it’s a fictional land it doesn’t exist
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it’s also since they’re talking about
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white children
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it’s also written by and created the IP
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is owned by the estate of Jack Kirby
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who’s passed away who just happens to be
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white Stan Lee of course who just
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happens to be white as well in fact
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under the legal system you know whatever
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construct of IP he would receive
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royalties from black panther so not only
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is the world fictional it was created by
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two white individuals there are a whole
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lot of black superheroes so this is
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really important important thing
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especially for black kids growing up
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there are there’s not a whole lot well
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there are actually but they just don’t
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name characters you know that are out
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there but needless to say what so then
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they go on to let’s just read a bit more
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here and then we’ll go to this other
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article which is from as from campus I
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think it’s so the college fix okay so
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here is some people defending the idea
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of dressup here is one all races dress
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up like all superheroes all the time so
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don’t get offended when white people
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dress up and black panther costumes I
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think it’s the ultimate compliment it’s
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the thing about it right the thing about
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it is we’ve we forget we are the human
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species and the human species exchange
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is just culture and system
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and things like that and indeed a lot of
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this helps us learn more about other
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cultures okay they’ll help us learn
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about them whether it’s their their food
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systems you know the different kinds of
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ingredients and recipes which might be
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more nutritious on an energy level there
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might be a better thing for people to
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adapt instead of having not a no bacon
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and sausages you could have you know
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rice noodles with a broth maybe that’s
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more healthy I don’t know but you know
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so on and so forth you know and some
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types of cultures might have certain
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kinds of things which make you feel
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better like yoga you know imported from
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India you know and if you do yoga if
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you’re the wrong skin color does that
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mean you’re appropriating culture well
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it does according to the social justice
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warriors indeed they believe one the
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lady who was Asian
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I mean her parents are Asian and she’s
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Asian
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she was an Asian American born in the
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United States was wearing a little it
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was kind of like some kind of talisman
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you know Chinese talisman and whatever
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and she’s a social justice warrior she
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just she was saying she believes it’s
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inappropriate for her to wear it I was
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thinking to myself when I read that what
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kind of SIOP did you just come out of
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wear you can’t wear something from your
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parents we’re gonna PSYOP and how did
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you end up even ending up to a point
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where you are arguing against yourself
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being able to wear something your
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parents gave you I mean well we live in
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miracle enough and mirror will help but
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professors actually came out for fear
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this is the rare occasion right the
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refused to say it’s okay for white
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children to reflect and the costume just
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no blackface okay so they say it’s okay
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to wear the Black Panther costume
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success you’re allowed to wear it
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according to the professors with the
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pipes and their mouths smoking or
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looking at the chalkboard I guess they
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did the equation so this was really in
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reference to the reported a People
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magazine article which I just went
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through there and these professors were
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from the African
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American Studies program or the
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african-american involved in African
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American Studies so they were contacted
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and believe it’s fine so there you go
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you are allowed to wear the actual black
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panther costume of course if you have if
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you have a child that is okay I guess
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this actually goes for all kinds of
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children just like Charlie and the
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Chocolate Factory all the children are
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allowed to go to the chocolate fish feed
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itself
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did you know is an interesting thing
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since we’re on the subject of Charlie
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and the Chocolate Factory do know that
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Roald Dahl originally the Charlie from
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Charlie and the Chocolate Factory was
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actually black that’s true wrote I
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wanted Charlie to be black but his
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editors made him change it at the time
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believing it wouldn’t be as saleable
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okay at the time in this coming out of
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Britain this is going back to the 1960s
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so there you go I mean that itself is
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obviously things like data change and
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have changed but it just shows you that
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somehow sometimes history could have
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been
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isn’t like you think it is of course now
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we all have the iconic version I do like
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Charlie in the type of edge of course
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Roald Dahl is one of my favorite authors
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I think that he is as face a child okay
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as a child but interestingly enough on
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the subject of Roald Dahl he’s actually
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who by the way served as a part of the
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RAF in Africa itself I believe but he
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died not sure if he served in the RAF in
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Africa I think he did but I know he
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definitely well lived in Africa because
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he was worked for shell at the time and
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he was a person that we know there but
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he lived in an extraordinary life I’ve
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got to do a video on Roald Dahl one day
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to show you what’s possible for a human
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being to accomplish their person people
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think a role down they just think of you
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know children’s novels etc etc but they
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don’t know that Roald Dahl was his a
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couple of them Roald Dahl was an mi5
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okay he was
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near my five was admitted later in the
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papers I read that he was also invented
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a device in order to drain the fluid
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that the doctors couldn’t have at the
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time in order to drain the fluid off her
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son’s skull who said had a serious brain
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head injury and he actually saved his
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son’s life he went out to the garage and
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he designed an implement in order to be
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screwed into a skull to drain the fluid
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off the medical profession said that
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they didn’t have anything to drain the
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fluid off that would not require him to
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be at hospital all the time and roll to
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I went out to his garage and actually
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fix that of course there it would be not
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be possible today if he tried to do that
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today that puts you in jail but he saved
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as son’s life there and I believe his
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son’s alive and well today he’s a normal
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kid a normal man is obviously a man now
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but so but the main point around all
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these articles is really cause to divide
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everyone against each other
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really look I collect blood it’s kind of
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like of this narrative that you know
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that if someone’s black or something
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then you have something against them or
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something remember the 90s with Eddie
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Murphy remember Will Smith you were
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white people don’t have problems with
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Will Smith and Eddie Murphy Murphy was
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one of my favorites favorite comedians
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and also action stars and Beverly Hills
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Cop when I was watching be Eddie Murphy
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I wasn’t thinking every single frame
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that went by you know oh there’s a black
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person there’s a black person playing a
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cop now you never thought that back in
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the days this is a new creation this
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where it’s you know everyone’s thinking
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race 24/7 24/7 now because it’s been
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projected in them there’s a new creation
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and you have you know the Clinton
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establishment to thank for this having
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me to trace it back to Hillary Clinton
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but they literally designed things in
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order to drive certain kinds of
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political agendas and it’s still running
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now the steam in it was so much
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petroleum poured into it that it’s going
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to be running for a long time in the
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meantime go ahead and do your own
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research course decide for yourselves to
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see it from the outer light
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channel and the daily rabbit Hodor calm
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stay safe and I see you all later
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