Comments on “Arguing online? Mentioning ‘white privilege’ can make things much worse”

  1. Shylock Schittlipz says:
    05/05/2022 at 5:19 PM

    Avoid using the term “white privilege” when attempting to brainwash White people into becoming a serf class owned by non-Whites in countries founded by and FOR White people,initially.

    Afterall,you wouldn’t want to get your behind handed to you by someone pointing out that everything that you claim is “white privilege” is also true of the way majority black countries in Africa,which are far less welcoming to White people than America is to Africans, behave with respect to the racial dynamics of their majority black populations.

    The fact that the same dynamics which are called “white privilege” only in countries that were founded by and originally majoritatively composed of White people also exist in countries that are majority Asian with respect to non-Asians,majority-Hispanic with respect to non-Hispanics, or majority Arab/jew with respect to non-Arabs/non-jews,is kind of a stumbling block when you are haranguing only White people about a situation that exists in pretty much every country that was either settled by or ancestrally-inhabited by any one race of people and ironically upholding a White supremacist narrative that treats White people as some kind of clairvoyant super-being which should have psychically possessed the foreknowledge that brown and black people would eventually decide to barge into countries founded or inhabited by White people and demand first equal citizenship (which,again,they don’t grant to racial outgroups),then a superior status in the form of civil rights which supercede the Constitutional rights guaranteed to Whites,and then tribute in the form of both welfare and obeisance based on the fact that Whites have somehow “wronged” black and brown home invaders by not giving them everything they wanted before they even barged in and demanded it.

    It’s very important that we find a way to induce Stockholm Syndrome in White people so that they happily acclimate to this situation of living with and being extorted in perpetuity by black and brown people who they were literally forced at gunpoint by the government to go to school with and live around,and likewise that we continue to force people to live around and work with and go to school with people that they don’t want to (with deadly force if necessary) otherwise they might say mean things to the black and brown people who they are being colonized by,and that might result in brown tears because of the racial inequity of White people having any 1 single country that is for White people and black people only having 50 or so countries run by and for black people.

  2. Bobby Cullari says:
    05/08/2022 at 6:00 AM

    I have given up on pretending there is such a thing as racial equality.
    Whites, Asians, and Hispanics are just more productive, dependable and honest with a higher work ethic and easier to get along with than entitlement minded blacks who play victim way too much.
    I tried for years to pretend otherwise. When I see a black face, my first thought is “oh my, what will he screw up first?”


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