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Old June 18th, 2020 #7
Oscar Yeager
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Oscar Yeager

I went to a middle school where I was a minority. Extremely miserable environment. One of my original red pills. In the beginning, I was the kid who was the last one picked on the team type of kid. But later on, everyone knew me as THE white kid and I'd walk down the hall and always have those surrounding greet me in some way. At that point on, I felt that I didn't want that same experience for anyone and it exposed me to the (((delusions))) of multiculturalism; although the part of those orchestrating it didn't really get me thinking until towards the end of high school. I remember finding out and thinking "No way!" but after enough research (which wasn't much at the time), I began to recognize (((every single time))).