Don’t you just hate white people? Sure ya do. I mean, who doesn’t? Well, do I have the website for you!
It’s called ShopBIPOC.com, and on this site you can discriminate against white-owned businesses in favor of every other race except those of evil white people.
BIPOC, for those playing the home game, stands for “Black, Indigenous and People of Color.” White used to be a color, until discriminating against them just became punchline for white late night talk show hosts and acceptable to practice on social media platforms without fear of suspension or banishment.
According to the website:
The ShopBIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People Of Color) website is designed to connect consumers who intentionally want to purchase from BIPOC-owned businesses with those businesses, and to allow BIPOC-owned businesses to expand their markets. Among other outcomes, this site aims to reduce the racial wealth gap.
ABC 7 - Denver spoke with a black business owner, and McBoat Photography owner Shameka McBoat told the outlet about the challenges she’s faced while being both black and a business owner.
“There’s a distinct lack of funding, visibility,” McBoat said before the video package cut her off.
Usually the funding for a business is either through the business owner’s own money or persuading a bank that the business is viable enough to secure a loan. As for “visibility,” hard work and selecting a great location for your business are two ways to increase that.
But why do all that when a website just discriminate against other businesses for you based on the color of the business owner’s skin?
So, what have we learned here today, class?
It’s perfectly alright to discriminate against people based on the color of their skin as long as the people being discriminated against are white?
As political commentator Mark Dice would say, ‘This is just another case of anti-whiteness.’
For Dice's breakdown of this new website and the hypocrisy of it, watch below:
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