The Racist Tree

As I began reading I thought, this is a little on the lame side, but let’s see where it goes. And it went – even so far as to reflect my opinion of the Oscar nominated film, “The Help,” of which I’m not fan (though that’s another matter). Enjoy.

4 Responses to “The Racist Tree”

  1. stilts19 says:

    So the moral of the story is that the white kids were mean to the tree? I feel bad for the tree, being ostracized like that :(… Sounds like the tree is being coerced into thinking and behaving a certain way just to avoid being marginalized. Is that right?
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    Before you start inundating this post with hate mail, relax. I’m NOT taking this seriously. It’s a silly, sarcastic comment made out of utter complacency. I’m just sitting, sipping my coffee and listening to Chuck D and P.E.. It’s too early in the a.m. to get too serious about politics and morality….

  2. Tony in San Diego says:

    So the moral of the story is that peer pressure and name-calling is the antidote to racism?

    • J. Nelson says:

      The insinuation I found was that fear of exclusion and/or disapproval by whites incentivizes many folks to denounce racism.

  3. Iamin says:

    Why’s it gotta be a tree? Why not a grapevine? Or a strawberry plant?

    This kind of rampant plantism destroys societies.

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