The concept ‘White Privilege’ is Hateful and Bigoted

Dr. Howard

Peacock
Gold Member
Hi,

People who see the color of one's skin and then make blanket statements about them is hateful and bigoted. The accusers should not get a pass, but their hatred should be pointed out.

Everyone's life experiences are unique, despite what these socialists think.
indeed, go ahead and grab an introductory text on "critical race theory" to really see the guts of it. They even consider "equality" to be racist and their solution is to make a social caste system with whites on the bottom and government socialism enforcing this status.
 

bmw633

Woodpecker
indeed, go ahead and grab an introductory text on "critical race theory" to really see the guts of it. They even consider "equality" to be racist and their solution is to make a social caste system with whites on the bottom and government socialism enforcing this status.
I feel sorry for White kids being made to feel guilty about how God made them.
 

paninaro

Pelican
Harvard Business Review decided to stop publishing their annual list of top-performing CEOs. The reason? Too many white males on the list:

Now, this is a list based on merit so anyone who makes the list probably deserved it. The majority of big company CEOs are white males, so it's no surprise the top-performing CEOs are white males.

But apparently that's a problem. So... they stopped publishing a list each year.

I wonder if they have some chart in their office like once 40% of top CEOs are not white males, then it's OK to publish the list again. What nonsense.
 

Days of Broken Arrows

Crow
Gold Member
The idea of "white privilege" is the symptom, not the problem.

The problem goes back 20 years and was sparked by the misguided concepts of "hate speech" and "hate crimes." I'm old enough to remember when neither of these existed. As soon as I heard of them, I knew it would be open season on whites, because this idea made minorities permanent martyrs.

If the same crime committed against a minority is deemed worse than when it's committed against whites, that changes the way people perceive minorities. But, more importantly, it changes the ways minorities think they can behave. They may not be above the law per se, but they are above common "moral law."

Hate speech codes and hate crimes laws are more than what they actually are. They have gradually changed our way of interpreting reality. We have now come to a place where virtually anything whites say can be interpreted as "hate," but almost nothing a minority says can.

And so we now have a cottage industry of self-righteous minorities (and the lapdog media) spewing out ideas like "white privilege" with no chance of them being called out for it. How can they be called out? Any criticism is filed under people's mental category for "hate speech" (and therefore instantly "racist") and critics are either silenced or self-silenced.
 

kel

Ostrich
The concept of "hatefulness" and "bigotry" are to a large extent bullshit. I hear what you're saying, but appealing to "actually, you're the one being racist", regardless of the fact that it's true, is not going to be productive, because you can't have a constructive conversation based on false premises, and none of these terms are intended to describe problems to be solved or improved anyways, it's just a rhetorical war.

The only "correct" answer to any accusation of being bigoted, transphobic, etc. is "okay, whatever, your problem" and move on. The world does not make that easy or even possible often, but to start with people need to get that mentality fixed for themselves.
 
The concept of "hatefulness" and "bigotry" are to a large extent bullshit. I hear what you're saying, but appealing to "actually, you're the one being racist", regardless of the fact that it's true, is not going to be productive, because you can't have a constructive conversation based on false premises, and none of these terms are intended to describe problems to be solved or improved anyways, it's just a rhetorical war.

The only "correct" answer to any accusation of being bigoted, transphobic, etc. is "okay, whatever, your problem" and move on. The world does not make that easy or even possible often, but to start with people need to get that mentality fixed for themselves.
So true. You lose the argument as soon as you play their game. Solution? Turn the tables. Just say "No, it's not racist/homophobic/transphobic/islamophobic. It's not hateful either. Do you want to have a genuine conversation, or are you just trying to shut me up by saying platitudes that you've been told to say? Am I talking to you?"
 

The Resilient

Ostrich
Orthodox
Hi,

People who see the color of one's skin and then make blanket statements about them is hateful and bigoted. The accusers should not get a pass, but their hatred should be pointed out.

Everyone's life experiences are unique, despite what these socialists think.
I'm a nationalist socialist, and i don't think this way.

You're referring to communists
 

FrancisK

Kingfisher
Gold Member
This isn’t about anything but white vs black, nobody thinks white people have special privileges other than the blacks that want revenge for the past while taking no accountability for their actions or perhaps maybe Hispanics who are trying to jump on the guilt train in regards to immigration which is pretty silly but I don’t think that is nearly as prevalent. I’m not white and many of my friends are not white, not in this sense anyway, but I’ve never once heard a single one of them say that white people have it easier, if anything we all uniformly agree that white people are at a disadvantage now because they have to constantly walk on eggshells when it comes to race, which nobody else does for them at all.

We’re all different, we have different morals, different cultures, different traditions, we were raised differently and have different beliefs. We’re not all the same and we’re not supposed to be. The color of your skin tells a lot about who you are whether anyone wants to admit it or not.

But here’s the kicker, that doesn’t mean we have to hate each other! The people who want us to hate each other for their own agenda are the problem. We also don’t have to all blend together like some nasty hobo stew giving up our cultures in the process. Everyone should have pride in their culture and if their culture isn’t worth having pride in then don’t ask other people to lower their cultures for you.

The hard part in this is that a lot of white people have just accepted that they have to bend over. They don’t see it as being manipulated they see it as trying to do the right thing, even though the other side would never in a million years do it for them. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve seen blacks just treat white people like complete and total garbage while the white person thinks they just have to grin and bear it.
 

Dr. Howard

Peacock
Gold Member
The idea of "white privilege" is the symptom, not the problem.

The problem goes back 20 years and was sparked by the misguided concepts of "hate speech" and "hate crimes." I'm old enough to remember when neither of these existed. As soon as I heard of them, I knew it would be open season on whites, because this idea made minorities permanent martyrs.

If the same crime committed against a minority is deemed worse than when it's committed against whites, that changes the way people perceive minorities. But, more importantly, it changes the ways minorities think they can behave. They may not be above the law per se, but they are above common "moral law."

Hate speech codes and hate crimes laws are more than what they actually are. They have gradually changed our way of interpreting reality. We have now come to a place where virtually anything whites say can be interpreted as "hate," but almost nothing a minority says can.

And so we now have a cottage industry of self-righteous minorities (and the lapdog media) spewing out ideas like "white privilege" with no chance of them being called out for it. How can they be called out? Any criticism is filed under people's mental category for "hate speech" (and therefore instantly "racist") and critics are either silenced or self-silenced.

That's a good point. Its like there is a reverse side or a vaccum to "hate crimes" or "hate speech". For example, if joe the plumber were to go and punch Tyrone in the head, he gets charged with a 'hate crime' and serves an elevated sentence of 5 years in prison for example.

But, if Tyrone punches Joe the plumber in the head, he gets 2 years, its just a 'regular crime' there is no 'hate' involved. It creates a reverse bias like...Joe the plumber is less deserving of justice than Tyrone. Its not as big of a deal if Joe gets punched in the head because it wasn't motivated by 'hate'

You keep up this march and its where you get that its fine to "punch a nazi" or that you "can't be racist to a white person". You get this thing where you can put up gay flags at work and #blacklives matter in your government email signature but get a campus put on lockdown for "its okay to be white"

Its racism by omission. Exactly the kind of "systemic" bias that critical race theorists claim is happening to people with dark skin.
 
The idea of "white privilege" is the symptom, not the problem.

The problem goes back 20 years and was sparked by the misguided concepts of "hate speech" and "hate crimes." I'm old enough to remember when neither of these existed. As soon as I heard of them, I knew it would be open season on whites, because this idea made minorities permanent martyrs.

If the same crime committed against a minority is deemed worse than when it's committed against whites, that changes the way people perceive minorities. But, more importantly, it changes the ways minorities think they can behave. They may not be above the law per se, but they are above common "moral law."

Hate speech codes and hate crimes laws are more than what they actually are. They have gradually changed our way of interpreting reality. We have now come to a place where virtually anything whites say can be interpreted as "hate," but almost nothing a minority says can.

And so we now have a cottage industry of self-righteous minorities (and the lapdog media) spewing out ideas like "white privilege" with no chance of them being called out for it. How can they be called out? Any criticism is filed under people's mental category for "hate speech" (and therefore instantly "racist") and critics are either silenced or self-silenced.
We are second class citizens in our own countries.
 

The Resilient

Ostrich
Orthodox
White privilege is real... But not for the reasons the anarcho-communists thinks it is.

1) whites , when joined together are a force to be reckoned with. They're terrifying monsters to be under the focus of.... I.E. WW2 and the might of the German army fending their country from the majority of the world attacking them.

You'll never find a more cohesive monster that can rewrite map lines, advance technology 40fold and hunt so ruthlessly. All the black indigenous,Asiatic peoples don't have this seemingly unnatural trait.


2) Whites on average have higher natural intellectual capacities versus the majority of other races... I'm blessed to be white and be "gifted" living nearby one of the most intellectually advanced parts of the United States.

3) Whites create the most peaceful societies in the west. Try finding me a common African or Asiatic theme like this.
 
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Nineteen84

Ostrich
Moderator
Orthodox
Gold Member
But, if Tyrone punches Joe the plumber in the head, he gets community service, its just a 'regular crime' there is no 'hate' involved. It creates a reverse bias like...Joe the plumber is less deserving of justice than Tyrone. Its not as big of a deal if Joe gets punched in the head because it wasn't motivated by 'hate'
Fixed that for you.
 

Grow Bag

Kingfisher
I listened to this hour long lecture on Woke ideology recently, which explains the insanity really well. It'll make your head spin, but it's worth persevering with. Td;lr: you have white, patriarchal privilege and, consequently, are a, de facto, racist. This is settled social science. It's just a matter of how it's manifested in your interactions with BAMEs. There is no escape from it. It'll go when you're gone white man.
 

MajorStyles

Pelican
Most elite Jews, or secular for that matter, do not fret over their privilege. As a matter of fact, the reverse is true - they feel they are the CHOSEN PEOPLE of God. This title gives them special privilege over the lowly goyim...such as the right to rule over them as they see fit.

So this is another case of projection. The (((media complex))) has earthly privilege as a default operating system. However, this belief stands in direct opposition to the egalitarism principles they are supposed to uphold. Therefore, they try to deflect blame onto the members of the host nation, such as Larry the Cable Guy and Joe Six Pack.

TL;DR: Elite Jews will accuse people of the crimes that they themselves commit.
 

andy dufresne

Kingfisher
Most elite Jews, or secular for that matter, do not fret over their privilege. As a matter of fact, the reverse is true - they feel they are the CHOSEN PEOPLE of God. This title gives them special privilege over the lowly goyim...such as the right to rule over them as they see fit.

So this is another case of projection. The (((media complex))) has earthly privilege as a default operating system. However, this belief stands in direct opposition to the egalitarism principles they are supposed to uphold. Therefore, they try to deflect blame onto the members of the host nation, such as Larry the Cable Guy and Joe Six Pack.

TL;DR: Elite Jews will accuse people of the crimes that they themselves commit.

I've had a bunch of Jewish friends in my day. Wish them no ill will.

But the hard fact is their religion has an outgroup term for everyone not them: Gentiles. If that isn't racist I don't know what is.
 
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