So-called “anti-racists” have launched an anti-white campaign in Duluth, Minnesota. The theme of which is “white privilege” and how “it’s hard to see racism when you’re white.” Not really. I can see the racism in this campaign. The campaign claims whites are successful because of “systemic racism” that keeps others from succeeding. Of course, they don’t provide any evidence for their claims. Just a bunch of self-righteous masochists who claim they’re privileged.
If you haven’t seen the video, here it is. I’m linking a copy to which someone added canned laughter because these clowns deserve to be laughed at.
Actually, I don’t doubt that those in the video feel privileged since they were no doubt spoiled by middle and upper middle class parents. Rather, my objection is to them racializing it and off-loading it onto others. See, by racializing it they can avoid feeling personally guilty for their advantages and instead feel morally superior for wagging their fingers in others’ faces. But that’s a topic for another post.
Rather the topic of this post is an excellent parody at Taki’s Magazine in which Asians are cast in the role of whites and accused of being privileged. Apparently, a few Asian bloggers have picked up the article and are none too happy about it. See, they don’t realize it’s satire. The post has nearly 1000 comments, many from Asians who sound like the so-called “racists” who object to the anti-white Unfair Campaign. They’re all claiming its not privilege just hard work. And that affirmative action actually makes it harder for Asians to succeed.
No! Really??? Now, where have I heard that before?
Of course, those running the Unfair Campaign would never criticize Asians for their success. You see, they’re anti-racists. And for them, anti-racism means anti-white. They’re not really anti-racist. They’re just anti-white.
To be perfectly clear, I don’t think whites or Asians either one are privileged. However, there is one area in which Asians are privileged over whites — they can succeed without being accused of having privilege.
Here’s a link to this highly recommend article. Be sure check out some of the Asian comments, too.