"Nós não somos seres individuais, o humano é um ser que fala, e a fala é coletiva. Não há indivíduo, isso é uma ilusão criada pelo iluminismo. Não há indivíduo, há singularidade, cada um de nós somos singularidades no mundo em que estamos, mas esta singularidade está instaurada no coletivo." Santaella
"In the end, this short-sighted selfishness often backfires on a "Karen", as the sad irony is she works hard to prop up a system that doesn't serve her well. While her position as a well-off white woman may allow her to mistreat many people, she'll also always be held back by the patriarchal society which limits her prospects." The Take.
"The racist history of the "Karen" illuminates that the white women have long been victims of a patriarchal society themselves. They have a legacy of frequently responding to this by taking out their repressed rage on the people beneath them. Instead of channeling her own experiences with discrimination to form empathy for other women or marginalized people, she takes comfort that her privilege still places her above most others."
"Vaught's probably trying to play both sides, they had their people politically on the right & on the left, both corrupt in their pocket. It does make sense for Vaught to control both sides of this debate, it's an information war for people's minds and if they control both sides of the argument, they can have controlled opposition against them where Congresswoman Newman is shaping the conversation on that side but in a way that will never actually do lasting harm to Vaught." Mike Rougeau