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Talk:Blonde In The Belly Of The Beast

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To do[edit]

Things that need to be done:

- Someone add a YouTube and Gender side scroll.

- Someone format my article and sources.

Hawaiianred (talk) 20:21, 17 February 2018 (UTC)

@Hawaiianred, one navpage is enough for short articles like this. For formatting, I added links mainly. Bongolian (talk) 05:20, 18 February 2018 (UTC)

Lauren Southern Citation[edit]

I noticed that the citation for the paragraph

"Her entire video consists of personal anecdotes, black brute racism, appeals to black cultural inferiority, friend arguments (such as stating that all her hard-working black friends are doing amazing things with their lives as a proof discrimination isn't a thing) as well as arguments about forced busing straight out of the 1960s. She cites not a single statistic to back up her claims as she expects her racist audience to engage in confirmation bias (a common tactic of the far-right)."

is a citation referencing a Lauren Southern video. Was this a mistake? They're different people. I think that section should be removed unless there's a better citation. — Unsigned, by: / talk