Grimes calls herself a “human supremacist”

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“I’m a human supremacist, humans are amazing.”

In these times when opinions are so diverse, there are contrasts that leave the debate open, just as it did Grimeswho received criticism after posting on his social network on New Year’s Eve x the phrase “Happily proud of white culture”; There were immediately users who spoke out against that phrase, even calling it Nazi, to which Claire Boucherbetter known as Grimes answered:

They call me a Nazi because I am happily proud of white culture. But every day I think fondly of the dark king Cyrus the Greatwho invented the first empire, and in the Japanese icon Murasaki Shikibu, who wrote the first novel in history. “If humans just loved each other?”

Grimes responded to several people who had commented on his original post, some trying to find holes in his argument and others asking him to delete the post. In response to this, she said:

I don’t mind. “My New Year’s resolution is to remind us that humans are sick and if you want to lie to yourself and pretend that not all races have led us all.”

Many other users of x They made comparisons between their ex’s ideals Elon Musk and her original post, to which she launched into a response that seemed to come from a place of wanting equality.

Everyone who wants to join in to contribute should be able to do so. “I am an immigrant to the United States, I hope I can stay here, like many others.”

An interesting topic that should generate a positive debate, with the tolerance and respect that all cultures deserve, without leaving aside the fact that we are all human and deserve to be treated as such. What do you think?


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