All Lives Matter: 1800s Edition Just because I own slaves? Doesn’t mean I’m
racist I don’t even see color;
you’re racist for being slaves. My closest friends are house negroes – look. I didn’t ask to have all this cotton.
It’s not my fault that the cotton is profitable. Don’t blame me for something my grandfather’s
grandfather planted. And if cotton is so “bad,” why’re you wearing
it? Don’t act innocent; this is the fabric
of ALL our lives. You know what really just shines my shoes?
You can give birth to a light-skinned child, and everything’s fine.
But I put on a little bit of blackface, “Oh no! That’s racist!”
How? Blackface comes off. Your whiteface is forever. This is not the dream that Abraham Lincoln
gave speeches for. Racism ended with the three-fifths compromise. Everyone is equal
We have a black…overseer Slavery is a choice.
If you didn’t wanna get locked up? You should’ve kept running after we captured
your wife I mean, like, come on.
Make good decisions, or face the consequences. Blacks are 99% more likely
to try and escape North. (That’s not racist, that’s just a fact) When will you people realize
Underground railrounds only create racial divide? And why? We’re all red on the inside.
Look at your brother’s body. Rope doesn’t make his neck any different than
mine. My accountant hung himself so we’re all struggling
with something. Don’t judge a book
That you’re not allowed to read. My house is like two stories tops.
The real masters live in mansions; I’m a slave like you.
Only through love and working together can we get our emancipation.
Free the people? How about we the people.
Black lives matter? MMMM how about ALL…