Activist celebrates ‘white girl’ breakup with ‘racist’ boyfriend before exposing herself

A Black Lives Matter activist on social media claimed she witnessed a woman break off her relationship with her boyfriend because he wasn’t enough of a social justice warrior, and she just felt compelled to share this with the world.

The woman, Nadia Souada, who describes herself a “gay” and an “anarchist” said the woman was sitting next to her, though she didn’t specify where or when it happened.

“THIS WHITE GIRL SITTING NEXT TO ME JUST BROKE UP WITH HER BOYFRIEND FOR NOT PROTESTING WITH HER AND CALLED HIM A ‘COMPLACENT RACIST BUM,’” she wrote on Twitter.

But she didn’t stop with the big news, Souada made the mistake of carrying on a conversation she clearly wasn’t equip to have.

And began exposing herself as the big racist she is in the process.

One of the respondents suggested that the woman had done her boyfriend a favor by breaking it off with him rather than subjecting him to a life of being her mate.

Souada replied to that with textbook racism.

But rather than get angry and make a racist comment back, he took the high road and used the timeless weapon of sarcasm.

Another man got into the fray with his own sarcastic response.

And Souada again used a racist stereotype.

But, he called her on her racism …

A white millennial woman got involved and claimed that Souada could not ne racist because she didn’t have the power to be racist. As if it takes power to be a hateful bigot.

Correct because being a bigot is fine unless you are a white man. Or, at least that’s what this millennial thinks.

A search of her Twitter history showed Souada is not a big fan of white people.

She’s a “journalist” but has no job.

And she isn’t particularly interested in having “white” allies.

She was angry that her new-found Twitter fame came because of what a white woman did.

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Carmine Sabia

Carmine Sabia Jr started his own professional wrestling business at age 18 and went on to become a real estate investor. Currently he is a pundit who covers political news and current events.
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