'Victim' of the Week: TikToker Explains How Black People Have More 'EcoAnxiety' Because...Racism

Nick Kangadis | April 19, 2024
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Folks, “humanity” — if this is what classifies as it today — has jumped off the dumbass diving board into a sea of stupidity. I just can’t anymore with these morons masquerading as activists constantly claiming their victimhood based on whatever immutable characteristic they have compounded with a social issue that someone could only come up with if grabbing two random ideas out of a hat.

That’s where I am with this. But the stupid is so strong with this next woman it bears repeating.

So, according to this woman on TikTok, black people are more prone to the made-up ailment known as “EcoAnxiety” because the climate is racist? I posed that as a question, despite her actually believing this, because I simply don’t understand the mental leap it must’ve taken for her to get to where her thinking is at.

After explaining how the American Psychological Association (APA) defines “EcoAnxiety,” this dunce goes into how black people are disproportionately affected by this psychosis than white people.

“Communities of color, and particularly black ones, are more vulnerable than white ones to sea level rise, wildfire and heat waves linked to climate change,” the woman claimed. “Black youth are more likely to reside in hotter regions that trap and radiate heat, have the highest asthma rates in the country and are increasingly more likely to experience mental health illness, all while having fewer avenues to really access often life saving resources, whether it be access to affordable health care or access to green space like tree canopy cover that can help mitigate extreme heat.”

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If that wasn’t ridiculous enough, the woman goes into how things like “white supremacy” affect black people’s reactions to climate control — I mean, change.

“When we couple contributing factors to mental health, like poverty rates and white supremacy, with generally worse exposure to environmental hazards and the climate crisis, we begin to understand how a racialized difference in ecoanxiety can emerge,” the woman blathered on. “And yet, in the midst of all of these disparities, black youth continue to be sidelined and de-centered, and mainstream conservations around ecoanxiety, which really distinguishes this whole conversation as an environmental injustice.”

She continues for a few more seconds about how this isn’t just about black people not wanting to procreate with an alleged disastrous climate future, but also in “an anti-black world.”

Me thinks this woman's “black privilege” is strong and pervasive. She has clearly gone off the deep end and convinced herself that, while she’s posting on TikTok — probably using her iPhone — dressed nicer than most people regardless of color, she’s somehow a victim.

This is ego, pure and simple. Get over yourself. You want to improve things? Get off TikTok, quit talking about and be about it. Do something about this supposed plight you’re talking about. Then, maybe, someone might take you seriously.

Until then, all I hear is white noise (pun very much intended).


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