bitch thatís not what the term black irish means. the fact that youíre trying to bring that up with an actual Irish person is embarrassing. https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.irishcentral.com/roots/history/who-were-the-black-irish.amp
here you go. educate yourself. the word black has very different connotations in the Irish language and is not typically used to describe skin colour.
if your mother said that to you she was and i do not use the term lightly tripping.
whoever told you what youíre doing is deradicalisation is also tripping. when two people with opposing ideas argue they come away from that argument all the more invested in their original idea.
this is a tactic Jehovahís witnesses use to get their members to be afraid of the big scary world. everyone they disagreed with, every door shut in their face, becomes ďotherĒ and the only safety is with the tribe. for someone who looks down on tribalism someone must be messing with you.
you have lied, you have misrepresented black communities, your ideas on abortion are medieval, you have defended racist language and racist arguments against things you donít like, and you are not black.
lep, i like your thoughts but fuck i canít focus on a chat about that now, here. another time maybe
Ricky you are right, but this? is not the way. it is not comparable with gender fluidity either. to claim your ďgender is blackĒ alienates not one but two groups of oppressed people. impressive for three words.
ask black people. look things up. donít expect that you will be called out on every little mistake you make. self regulate. and donít be afraid to call out your friends.
pretending you are a different race to what you are brings no one closer together. it just makes you a laughing stock at best and a manipulative person actually intending to create division at worst.