No. An entire country cannot be racist, but the people can be. If it is institutionalized and constantly upheld, then maybe it's true. But it's not. Many here have tried to change the course of our ways, our ways of thinking, and our ways of living. The US was founded on principles that have shaped its course to this day. Maybe it's not what the Founding Fathers envisioned, or what they wanted, or what they even knew could happen. If indeed it is racist, then why do we try to change so much? A true racist country would never consider such a progressive stance. You cannot judge the whole by the few. It is just as generalized as racism tends to be, and just as injust.
This statement is so true, I don't know what else to say. The U.S. is one of the most progressive nations ever, although we have people who want to conserve the old ways, we have been progressing for YEARS. Less than 10% of Americans are racist, countries like Belgium has normalized racism and lets police do whatever the f**k they want, France is probably Islamophobic, Asian countries have normalized and use racism in their culture and laws, yet people still call USA the most racist country. The media is bull, they only show you the racist and bad people, I guarantee there are way more good cops than bad cops, and they risk their lives trying to protect the same people who provoke them.
You know what? Screw it. These are the only parts of the debate Iím actually jumping in on. I 100% agree. Sure, we have bad parts. We have incredibly awful parts. But if we really were racist, would we have protested in large amounts to help end police racism? America is and always has been about change, almost always for the better.
I'm currently looking at all the grammatical errors to point out on my next post.
I will answer you when you find out the exact square root of 2.
Also a quick question: is there some tool that would calculate your card rarity if you were made into a card with the current stats?
the sqaure root of two is two because no other numbers can be multiplied to get two it would be 1.414213562 if you wanted the exact answer and it is how many things your ranked in