Re: Public Schools are geared towards girls
Date: August 26, 2018 09:05AM
For whom the bell tolls Wrote:
> White privilege has long been and -- despite some
> decades of slow progress -- still is the
> reactionary underpinning of far too much of
> American society.
> Low-life honkies still live in a throwback world
> of ignorance and hate. They still watch FOX News
> and are deceived by the purposeful fictions that
> they see and hear there. They are taught by
> propagandists to fear that their jobs and homes
> and daughters will soon be taken from them by one
> one group or another unless they stand and defend
> their race.
> All this fed now by irrational fear of the fact
> that whites will become just another minority in
> about 25 years. But that won't matter. White
> privilege is embedded deeply into this culture.
> Its ugly head will be rearing itself here and
> there for the rest of this century and into the
> next. Still, the distant day will come in the end
> when society finally realizes that race does not
> exist. That it is just a phony construct that
> demagogues have used to divide people for their
> own advantage. On that day, we will as a people
> be ashamed of what we allowed to happen over all
> these years.
Sounds like you live in a current state of anti-white racist ignorance, self-delusion, and denial. You unsuccessfully use white privilege as a shield against legitimate concerns of black on black violence, under-achievement; false justifications of a cycle of poverty, ignorance, and violence, a community largely devoid of work ethics, values, and morals compared to all other groups.
90% of white people's families in this country arrived after the Civil War. They are/were people who escaped discrimination and poverty in their countries, who spoke with funny accents, struggled to keep families together and sacrificed for education. Is there bias in our society, of course. Everyone has bias -- including people who call white people "low life(s)" and "honkies".
Nonetheless, there is also full evidence that some biases are solidly predicated on facts: it's because blacks do not support the family, blacks do not support their kids, blacks do not graduate high school at a rate higher than going to prison (even Eric Holder's Justice Dept. said so), blacks sell insurance cards numbers (fraud) and hide income for housing, blacks shoot their neighbors kids in drive-bys, black men don't support their kids (i.e.: Father: unknown). It's an irrational fear to deny the crisis of the black community in an effort to avoid the truth, to face reality.
Asians and Indians immigrant families - who faced much more difficult hardships than American blacks in the past few decades clearly overcame so called white privilege through hard work and achievement. How's that? Now Asians and Indians are being asked to give up their earned seats at colleges, jobs, and medical schools for underachieving blacks - now it's unfair - and now it's in the courts.
Affirmative Action (passed by white lawmakers, BTW) had its purpose despite perpetuating this tiresome victim culture. But despite decades of slow progress, Affirmative Action is now used by upper middle class stupid blacks, not poor/working class blacks) - it's a game, a game whose purpose has long passed. And everyone knows it, unless you're ignorant and fearful. People just are calling out, more so now by Asian and Indian voices, because whites have been falsely attacked for bias (instead of truth). It was white people who gave ungrateful blacks the opportunity through Affirmative Action programs to achieve (despite earning it). If you were dumb as a brick with low SAT scores, you were admitted to Ivy League schools. Black applicants are accepted/hired at a MUCH higher rate than white male applicants-- look at all the police and fire chiefs across the country - a majority are blacks -- this is all thanks to white people givin' a leg up. (You're welcome.) And what is thanks? Tiresome accusations of racist bias -- pushing an outdated Affirmative Action agenda - until finally other minority groups said, "Enough!"