Idk exactly what she meant but I'd see it as "educate them if they're starting to show signs of racism to nip it at the bud and do so peacefully and compassionately" ofc that should always be the first move anyway, unless they're a violent racist but then I'd say "ww2 wasn't won with love".

King Fink
Yeah I understand you. Maybe that's what she meant but it's just worded really badly...here's hoping 🤷‍♀️
+2 answers in: “Khloe Kardashian posted a pic of a shirt that said things like "love thy neighbor, thy Muslim neighbour, thy atheist neighbour, thy black neighbour, thy racist neighbour" and captioned it with "love is the cure". Should we love racists? Do people of other beliefs need a "cure"? What's your opinion?”

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