The Racist Dairy Products section of the National Review has been an especially popular topic for the Trump administration, especially in the wake of the Charlottesville, Virginia, protests.
The section has received widespread criticism for being too racist to be a part of the “free speech” space.
It is not a safe space.
The National Review article also includes some examples of “racist” language, such as the following: The term “slave” has been used to describe people who are not white people, and the term “black person” has also been used.
The term “mangina” is a derogatory term for a woman who is not Asian. The term “black person,” is also used as a slur against people who have African-American ancestors, and it is also offensive to the black community.
The following are some of the most racist words I have ever encountered in the dairy products section of this site.
I am not going to link to the whole section, but just to the sections where the words have been used: Nigger: A person who is “nigger” or “a person who’s not white.”
It is a racist term to use, because it implies that all white people are bad, and therefore all black people are evil.
Black person: “A person of color.”
This is a term used by white supremacists to describe blacks, because they think that all black men are criminals and rapists, and all black women are evil and liars. Coffee: An ethnic slur.
Coca Cola, which has been accused of racism in the past, also uses the term _____ to describe the color of its _____ tea.
Pizza: This is a racial slur.
It refers to a person of African-Caribbean descent.
The following are the worst instances of racism I have encountered on the National Resources section of The National Conservative.
There are also some links that are more general, but I do not recommend reading them all.
I hope you can understand the purpose of this blog post.