April 9, 2018
Contemporary liberalism is a strange beast. On the one hand, it aims to empower colored people and boost their self-esteem to undeserved levels, and on the other hand, it aims to sensitize those same people to criticism and promote perpetual victimhood.
Thus, liberalism tends to spawn a large number of concepts and narratives that implode over time due to their contradictory, confusing and patronizing natures.
Affirmative action is a good example. Officially implemented to ensure that blacks – who are 100% equal to whites, goy – receive “fair admission practices,” it has nonetheless received growing criticism because it proves that blacks need artificial support to compete with whites.
Similarly self-defeating is the concept of white privilege. Though intended to demonstrate that whites have inherent and “unearned” privileges not afforded to coloreds, people are beginning to realize its inadvertent pro-white implications.
Heck, it’s so obvious that even niglets are realizing it.
A North Carolina mother is outraged after her second-grade son was sent home with a pamphlet on white privilege.
Amber Pabon says she found the two-sided piece of paper detailing white privilege in her eight-year-old son’s folder after he came home from Hunter Magnet Elementary in Raleigh last month.
The pamphlet explained how white people were overly represented in the government, military and media – and how that gives white people privileges not afforded to minorities.
The pamphlet mixes white people with (((white people))), but it’s pissing off blacks so I’m not going to complain.
What was most heartbreaking to Pabon was how it affected her son’s identity.
She says that after he came home with the paper, he asked her ‘Mommy, are white people better than me?’
Pabon is outraged about the pamphlet because she thinks her son is too young to learn about systemic racism.
Yes, Quantavious, white people are better than you. The pamphlet didn’t intend to deliver that message, but as I mentioned earlier, you can’t talk about the success and dominance of white people without implicating superiority – particularly when you’re attributing that success to a skin-based caste system inherent in all world cultures.
And no amount of kike doublespeak can change that fact.
On an unrelated note, here’s some advice for the journalists at the Daily Mail:
While Pabon insists that white privilege was discussed in class, a school district spokeswoman says it was not part of the curriculim and that the pamplet was organized by the school’s Parent-Teacher Association.