Life lessons from the movie 'Mean Girls' - Do you feel personally victimized by black people?
I never really followed Milo before he was scraped from major social media platforms. I liked what he had to say when I heard about what he had to say mostly via Breitbart, but his presentation just didn't really appeal to me and a lot of what we gravitate toward especially on social media has to do with presentation, vibe and dare I say it - how we feel about the person to whom we are relating.
I like it when I say, think or write about my own analysis of a situation without being told to observe it and someone else with influence echoes MY IDEA. 'The same idea.' But it was mine to me first. It validates that I not only have the ability to think for myself, which is a rare commodity these days, but also that I am right - insofar as the version of 'right' means - concluded from a static viewpoint of common sense and empirical data. Noticing patterns in things is an essential tool for survival.
I came across this post on Parler - a horrible social media platform:
I was thinking about this piece I am writing now, just yesterday. There are a lot of people who have been victimized by black people over the years. This is why they have the reputation that they have.
There are a lot of life lessons we can learn from the movie "Mean Girls.'
How many of you have been personally victimized by Regina George?
There are many of us who are less than pleased with black people at the moment