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    • Negrotiator
      HalfSpic 14 aug
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    • The Almighty Big Red appreciates your actions
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    • This man has a collection of kkk uniforms and in his house because the members who leave give it too him like fucking trophys. A grand dragon even made him godfather of his fucking daughter too
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    • I feel like most white supremacist are only racist cause they grew up surrounded by white people and never met an actual black person
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    • Good for him! People are just sheep that need to know they matter. It's how people get roped into fucking jihad and white supremacist dumb shit antifa Black lives matter any gang you can think of people just want to belong.
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    • Dude, this is the only way to change people’s mind for real - lovin’ on them in spite of their flaws. Too bad there aren’t more people like that.
      BigJhonka 16 aug
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    • He came to my school and did a whole presentation on it. Pretty cool dude
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    • You know, this indirectly reveals that the KKK are held together by unreasonable hatred.
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    • I saw a documentary on this noon chick interviewing kkk members and after meeting her they basically said this chick isn't that bad and genuinely felt bad about all the racist shit they would say. I think 2 or 3 of them actually left the group
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    • Screw white supremacists for making us look bad
      sblan12 18 aug
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    • His ted talk was pretty good
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    • I think he even has a Ted Talk about having a friend who’s a KKK Grand Dragon
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    • Imall469 15 aug
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    • Imagine being such a likable guy that you convince someone who literally hates your entire race to be friends with you
      OKKid 15 aug
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    • This was actually a good TedTalk
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    • People try to end anger and aggression through anger and aggression and that never solves anything
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    • Anyone else see his ted talk on youtube
      RepostCop 15 aug
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    • Probably cuz these people only join that cult because they’ve been indoctrinated since birth, and giving them any insight into reality is enough to cause them to realize what an absolutely disgusting organization the KKK is
      Willyamz 15 aug
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    • this guy had a great Ted talk about this. Look up Daryl Davis
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    • Jokes aside, the average person is not racist, most kkk members are mislead or mistaught. Indoctrinated ti believe something that they don’t truly feel
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    • Is that Daryl Davis? The one with the amazing Ted Talk video?
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    • Is that the guy who did the TED Talk? Really interesting story tbh
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    • He was on Ted talks he joined the kkk and befriended the grandwizard
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    • You mean calling them “racist bigots” 24/7 didnt help?
      Suboitai1 18 aug
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    • Racism solved=don't be a dick to ppl
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    • Lesson: You can't defeat hate with hate. That only makes it stronger. However, if you can get people to see the world outside of the walls they put up around themselves and challenge their false assumptions, hate will recede on its own.
      not_funny 15 aug
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    • His name is Daryl Davis, and he's wonderful. He has a documentary called Accidental Courtesy, well worth the watch
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    • He actually had a ted talk. He just said he didn't understand how they could hate him if they didn't know him
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    • There is definitely a percentage of kkk members who were just raised by racists and have never had enough contact with other people to prove the ignorance they were taught wrong.
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    • I saw this dudes ted talk, he even got the grand wizard (national leader) to leave. Man said "Let me talk to the CEO of racism" and said "racism is cancelled"
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    • Saw the mans documentary. Pretty interesting, he’s talked to high ranking members and collected their robes when they left the klan. He’s even attended a meeting or two. What was really jarring about the movie was when he talked to members of his own community, the black community, and they....
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    • Cool story actually. Dude went to the meetings just to hear them out and understand their beliefs, not to change them, he would share his own beliefs and they would have respectful conversations because he was willing to hear them out first. In the end he got the leader to change his beliefs
      Natelav 15 aug
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    • What leads to racism is ignorance or fear befriend them eliminates fear and enlightened them you can fight racism with a fist but you can fight it with kind words
      CryoNova 15 aug
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    • He actually did a ted talk. The story was really fuckin cool. If more people were as curious as him, racism wouldn't exist.
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    • Isn't this the guy who did a TED Talk?
      veIvet 15 aug
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    • He made an absolutely phenomenal documentary on it, his name is Daryl Davis everyone needs to watch the documentary, he also confronts black people racist towards white people.
      TheZion 15 aug
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    • He should befriend everyone in the iFunny comments. 90% racist kids
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    • Most people who believe stupid things were raised by idiots or grew up in a bad environment that lead them to stupid ideas. Even noons could have been normal people if they weren't told from birth that their god wants everyone dead.
      NHZack 15 aug
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    • I feel like most white supremacists just need some therapy, a colored friend, and a kick in the ass for being a white supremacist in the first place
      yibgib 18 aug
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    • I watched his Ted Talk, really good story honestly
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    • Gave them nword passes
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    • that guy did a tedtalk and revealed he's friends with a KKK grand wizard or dragon something. he even borrowed a couple of the guys gowns for the show. he said the man respects him as a friend but still believes he is a superior being because of his skin color
      d_wolfe15 16 aug
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    • No guys, but it gets better. This man called the grandmaster of a state to interview him, he heard him out, and they kept talking for years and years. He even went to KKK meetings to understand them, he was so civilized that the KKK had no other choice than admit black people were people too. 1)
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    • I read about this. He attends meetings and just chills. He doesn't even try to argue. They just get to know him and it changes their view.
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    • Hold on I’ll fix it. “Black man convinces 200 iFunny users to leave the KKK by befriending them”
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    • I actually honor that man because instead of lashing out to the people who hate him he went of his way and into danger to show people what they thought was wrong. I wish more people could be like that.
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    • He’s got a TED talk, it’s called “Why I, As A Black Man, Attend KKK Rallies”.
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    • This guy had a Ted talk about how he befriend the leader of the KKK and over many years convinced him to leave. You should watch it. Dude should be the next saint
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    • This guy is literally the polar opposite of the modern leftist who can’t stand the idea of befriending people with different ideas. This guy literally using the power of friendship to cross ideological divides and change people’s minds, this man’s a fuck’n hero.
      nathax1 15 aug
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    • Have y’all ever been to a KKK bbq? I heard the wings fucking slap and I need answers
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    • This is what we need. Fight hate with understanding and everyone wins.
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    • The best solution to racism is cultural integration, if you see all people of other races can be just like you (in beliefs, values, and interests) you can realize they aren’t some alien species.
      GR8B8M8s 15 aug
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    • Did anyone else read it as negrotiator and fucking laugh their ass off
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    • Not only did this man befriend people who hated him he wore klan hoods surrounded himself with all that hate and still infiltrated the friend group
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    • Ryan519 15 aug
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    • this solidifies my belief that most people that hate an entire demographic just haven’t actually interacted with the people they hate and rely on anecdotal evidence and stereotypes
      melyn 15 aug
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    • He is the CEO of tolerance
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    • His name is Daryl Davis for anyone wondering. He has a great TED Talk where he tells the whole story.
      BC4L 15 aug
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    • This is how you get noons/racists to not be that way. Not by threatening violence, but by offering peace
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    • When people stop with the stereotypes and the hate and get to know one another you will realize that we get along pretty fucking well. Hell I just help my white bestfriend get his first black girl and I fucked her white bestfriend. It was like an interracial sex swap lol.
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    • “Wait, so you don’t only exist to turn my daughter to the devil and impregnate her?”
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    • noon-otiator
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    • But where else could I be called a grand wizard and it not be an insult?
      MaggotXIX 18 aug
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    • Isn’t he the guy who did a Ted talk
      Anekoh 18 aug
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    • Nat 20 on diplomacy
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    • Okay so a lot of the people who joined the KKK he befriended where people who had nothing social wise or never really real interaction with people of different races giving them a different perception and either voluntarily joined the group or indoctrinated into joining, but
      Eisenoir 17 aug
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    • And cue the toxic comments.
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    • __NXUS__ 16 aug
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    • noonotiator
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    • Some times all it takes is a friend.
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    • Funny how realizing that someone different from you is still just a human being like you can change the way you view them, huh?
      WoJiaoYi 16 aug
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    • Honestly black people are chill af if they didn’t live their whole life in the ghetto they are actually cool af
      itsakevin 16 aug
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    • Stanley out here ending racism
      Obekomo 16 aug
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    • “Talk with your enemy for ten minutes and you’ll find something you have in common. Talk for another ten minutes and you’ll find another thing you have in common”
      hdkxm 16 aug
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    • The mans name is Daryl Davis... not “black man”
      BenLeger 16 aug
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    • 🚨🚨🚨🚨HIS NAME IS DARYL DAVIS HE HAS A SHOW ON NETFLIX🚨🚨🚨🚨 Cannot stress enough that this is the way to combat racism is with respect. Alot of racist are racist because they feel disrespected he has a way of talking to these people and making them feel as tho they are equal .
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    • This man is very well-spoken and is a good man. I've said it before and I will say it again. Most white people have no issue with black people. It's the "hood", "ghetto" BP that they have issues with. And when most black people you encounter act like that, you make assumptions about them all
      TrueBlu 15 aug
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    • Hey, wanna try not? Being racist?....Sure!
      lazyBea 15 aug
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    • He has a ted talk where he goes in depth on this and it’s really quite interesting
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    • DUDE DARYL DAVIS IS SO FUCKING AWESOME YO!!!! Go watch Accidental Courtesy: Daryl Davis, Race & America. The did a documentary all about this thing. Daryl has also done quite a few Ted talks
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    • Modern racism is pathetic... back in the day white folks felt superior because we owned everything, they didn’t hate blacks. Now it’s all hate and fear filled nonsense by pathetic rednecks.
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    • I think that’s the grand master of the KKK in Georgia. I think I saw him in a Vice video.
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    • He should stop by IFunny
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    • I saw the ted talk he did. It’s amazing what you can accomplish just by listening and respecting people no matter how hard headed they are. If you scream at someone saying they’re wrong you’ll make them hold their views even tighter
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    • Daryl Davis. You know how he did it? He recognized that they were human beings who’s minds were sick. He also teaches black people to not hate white people.
      Pilate 15 aug
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    • Most people who are racist are acctually just delusional and theres a good chance nice they can snap out of it
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    • Love beats violence. It’s just risky.
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    • Most racist people are honestly just scared of other races
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    • The highest rank in the KKK is grand wizard. Seriously the ranks are all basically D&D classes
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    • This is how to solve issues. With communication, patience, understanding, and love. Not violence and hatred.
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    • There’s a tedtalk on how he does this, it’s something along the lines of “How I, a black man, joined the KKK” or something like that. It’s actually really interesting.
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    • Is that the guy who did the ted talk about going to kkk rallies? He befriended the grand wizard or whoever and he said he had more respect for the black man than any white man , and it seemed the views the kkk shared then were along the lines of a racial divide helping all races, yeah blacks are inf
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    • That dudes Ted Talk is amazing.
      Clark_ 15 aug
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    • That’s Frank Ancona on the right and he 100% did not leave the KKK. He was a grand wizard till his wife murdered him in 2017.
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    • And that's how you actually get rid of the KKK. Not by returning their hatred, but by showing people compassion they don't expect.
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    • Damn it's almost like the best thing to fight hate is love instead of more hate 🤔
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