Die Antwoord's View on the Words "Faggot" and "Nigga"

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    Mar 24, 2014 11:16 PM GMT

    This is one of my favorite bands. This is Ninja's opinion about America and it's hypersensitivity disease.
  • SuntoryTime

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    Mar 25, 2014 12:25 AM GMT
    My last post was removed? Fine. I'll approach it differently.

    What is considered hypersensitive varies person to person, culture to culture. In the end, it's all about respecting people.

    I've noticed that the op has a very low opinion of people who are derogatorily referred to as faggot and nigger, especially the latter. This seems to be a common aspect in people that believe people who are offended by those words are "hypersensitive".
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    Mar 25, 2014 2:32 AM GMT
    I fucking love Die Antwoord. Word.
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    Mar 25, 2014 2:48 AM GMT
    SuntoryTime saidMy last post was removed? Fine. I'll approach it differently.

    What is considered hypersensitive varies person to person, culture to culture. In the end, it's all about respecting people.

    I've noticed that the op has a very low opinion of people who are derogatorily referred to as faggot and nigger, especially the latter. This seems to be a common aspect in people that believe people who are offended by those words are "hypersensitive".


    I think it's cute that you think you know me by a few forum posts. I happen to BE a faggot. Hello? icon_rolleyes.gif
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    Mar 25, 2014 3:06 AM GMT
    Scruffypup said
    SuntoryTime saidMy last post was removed? Fine. I'll approach it differently.

    What is considered hypersensitive varies person to person, culture to culture. In the end, it's all about respecting people.

    I've noticed that the op has a very low opinion of people who are derogatorily referred to as faggot and nigger, especially the latter. This seems to be a common aspect in people that believe people who are offended by those words are "hypersensitive".


    I think it's cute that you think you know me by a few forum posts. I happen to BE a faggot. Hello? icon_rolleyes.gif


    Oh, I've lurked on here for quite a while before posting and I've read many of your posts. I have quite the memory.

    Apparently you don't mind being referred to as a faggot but I remember you feeling quite different about black people using the word nigga. I remember you saying there wasn't a difference between that and nigger and that blacks were tainting themselves by calling themselves that word.

    Were you just in one of your crazed moments at the time or did you have a change of heart?
  • SuntoryTime

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    Mar 25, 2014 3:07 AM GMT
    And btw, Die Antwoord have two or three interesting songs. The rest is terrible.
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    Mar 25, 2014 3:09 AM GMT
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    Mar 25, 2014 3:26 AM GMT
    SuntoryTime said
    Scruffypup said
    SuntoryTime saidMy last post was removed? Fine. I'll approach it differently.

    What is considered hypersensitive varies person to person, culture to culture. In the end, it's all about respecting people.

    I've noticed that the op has a very low opinion of people who are derogatorily referred to as faggot and nigger, especially the latter. This seems to be a common aspect in people that believe people who are offended by those words are "hypersensitive".


    I think it's cute that you think you know me by a few forum posts. I happen to BE a faggot. Hello? icon_rolleyes.gif


    Oh, I've lurked on here for quite a while before posting and I've read many of your posts. I have quite the memory.

    Apparently you don't mind being referred to as a faggot but I remember you feeling quite different about black people using the word nigga. I remember you saying there wasn't a difference between that and nigger and that blacks were tainting themselves by calling themselves that word.


    I respect whatever anyone likes to be called. I was referring to the hypocrisy of people freaking out about the very word they use themselves.
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    Mar 25, 2014 3:34 AM GMT
    Scruffypup said
    SuntoryTime said
    Scruffypup said
    SuntoryTime saidMy last post was removed? Fine. I'll approach it differently.

    What is considered hypersensitive varies person to person, culture to culture. In the end, it's all about respecting people.

    I've noticed that the op has a very low opinion of people who are derogatorily referred to as faggot and nigger, especially the latter. This seems to be a common aspect in people that believe people who are offended by those words are "hypersensitive".


    I think it's cute that you think you know me by a few forum posts. I happen to BE a faggot. Hello? icon_rolleyes.gif


    Oh, I've lurked on here for quite a while before posting and I've read many of your posts. I have quite the memory.

    Apparently you don't mind being referred to as a faggot but I remember you feeling quite different about black people using the word nigga. I remember you saying there wasn't a difference between that and nigger and that blacks were tainting themselves by calling themselves that word.


    I respect whatever anyone likes to be called. I was referring to the hypocrisy of people freaking out about the very word they use themselves.


    You'd be surprised by how many people who use those words don't care when others different from themselves use it especially when it's used in a non-offensive context.
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    Mar 25, 2014 3:39 AM GMT
    SuntoryTime said
    Scruffypup said
    SuntoryTime said
    Scruffypup said
    SuntoryTime saidMy last post was removed? Fine. I'll approach it differently.

    What is considered hypersensitive varies person to person, culture to culture. In the end, it's all about respecting people.

    I've noticed that the op has a very low opinion of people who are derogatorily referred to as faggot and nigger, especially the latter. This seems to be a common aspect in people that believe people who are offended by those words are "hypersensitive".


    I think it's cute that you think you know me by a few forum posts. I happen to BE a faggot. Hello? icon_rolleyes.gif


    Oh, I've lurked on here for quite a while before posting and I've read many of your posts. I have quite the memory.

    Apparently you don't mind being referred to as a faggot but I remember you feeling quite different about black people using the word nigga. I remember you saying there wasn't a difference between that and nigger and that blacks were tainting themselves by calling themselves that word.


    I respect whatever anyone likes to be called. I was referring to the hypocrisy of people freaking out about the very word they use themselves.


    You'd be surprised by how many people who use those words don't care when others different from themselves use it especially when it's used in a non-offensive context.


    True. When you feel someone hates you, any word can sound offensive. But I think many people get hung up on the word and fail to take into account the intent. And at the end of the day, the intent is all that should matter.
  • MikeW

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    Mar 25, 2014 3:50 AM GMT
    What do you expect from a fucking kaffir. icon_mad.gif
  • SuntoryTime

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    Mar 25, 2014 4:06 AM GMT
    Scruffypup said
    SuntoryTime said
    Scruffypup said
    SuntoryTime said
    Scruffypup said
    SuntoryTime saidMy last post was removed? Fine. I'll approach it differently.

    What is considered hypersensitive varies person to person, culture to culture. In the end, it's all about respecting people.

    I've noticed that the op has a very low opinion of people who are derogatorily referred to as faggot and nigger, especially the latter. This seems to be a common aspect in people that believe people who are offended by those words are "hypersensitive".


    I think it's cute that you think you know me by a few forum posts. I happen to BE a faggot. Hello? icon_rolleyes.gif


    Oh, I've lurked on here for quite a while before posting and I've read many of your posts. I have quite the memory.

    Apparently you don't mind being referred to as a faggot but I remember you feeling quite different about black people using the word nigga. I remember you saying there wasn't a difference between that and nigger and that blacks were tainting themselves by calling themselves that word.


    I respect whatever anyone likes to be called. I was referring to the hypocrisy of people freaking out about the very word they use themselves.


    You'd be surprised by how many people who use those words don't care when others different from themselves use it especially when it's used in a non-offensive context.


    True. When you feel someone hates you, any word can sound offensive. But I think many people get hung up on the word and fail to take into account the intent. And at the end of the day, the intent is all that should matter.


    It's incredibly rare of non gays and non blacks to use the word faggot and nigger, respectively, in a none offensive fashion. And that's what's being reacted to. Have you ever gotten pissed by what someone said? If you never have, throw the first stone.

  • SuntoryTime

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    Mar 25, 2014 4:07 AM GMT
    MikeW saidWhat do you expect from a fucking kaffir. icon_mad.gif


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