For a while now, I’ve been collecting first-person accounts of anti-white discrimination. I’ve been publishing them on a dedicated Quora space.
Ever since Quora deleted my other space, Government and corporate anti-white discrimination (since reinstated), I’ve been backing up both spaces to this blog; they both can now be found in the bottom part of the heading of this blog (just above this post). When I say “both,” what I mean is that the first-person accounts is now live on this blog. The formatting could be improved, but it does make for entertaining reading.
What inspired me to finally publish the first-person accounts here is that I just received the following notice from Quora moderation:
|Your content has been restricted as it was found to be in violation of our Disparaging content policy. To learn more about our Spaces policy, click here. If you think this is an error, you can appeal here|
It’s only been a few hours, and it’s possible that Quora will reverse this move. It’s also possible that my appeal will be rejected, or ignored. If it’s rejected, then the message would be that whites are not allowed to talk about anti-white racism on Quora in any organized fashion; only non-whites are allowed to do so. This would then qualify as “corporate anti-white discrimination,” and it would become an entry in government and corporate anti-white discrimination.
My guess is that the reason the space was reported is that it’s “disparaging” against blacks – but that’s only because a majority of this incidents involved blacks. Would it also be “disparaging” if a space about anti-POC racism featured incidents mostly perpetrated by whites? I doubt it.
In any case, go ahead and visit this collection of first-person stories; you’ll probably find it entertaining and enlightening.