White Privilege explained

As a black man, I long to experience white privilege. Until the National White Privilege Conference came along, I thought I was getting as much privilege as any white man. Apparently not.

I’m told by my white friends that because of white privilege, orange juice is both more orangey and more juicy for white folks. Even when offered a taste of theirs, orange juice still tastes like orange juice to me.

One of my white friends said to me the other day that she wished with all her heart that I could hear music the way she hears music, because she of her“white privilege.” We even put the headphones up to our ears simultaneously, and you could dip me in butter, roll me in flour and call me “Biscuit,” because I swear that white girl was getting FAR more out of that music than I was.

Here I thought guilty white Liberals and ignorant black Liberals were making this up, but who knew God just made white people better!

I still don’t quite get it, but apparently “white privilege” make white people’s senses better, more acute. This may be why white people get more out of life. And this is why recently some guilty white folks paid crazy dollars to attend the National White Privilege Conference in WI.

In one session, the speaker and obvious sufferer of “white guilt” Leonard Zeskind said that people who send their kids to private schools are also racists. He also added that people who disagree with Obama are racists.

Let’s circle back on this logic:

Obama sends his daughters to private school, so he is a racist. All of Obama’s staff send their children to private school and are thereby racists.

Most of America sends their kids to the cesspool schools for the sodomites, thus we are NOT racists, unless we disagree with the racist who sends his kids to private school.

Zeskind who has never been to a Tea Party declared according to the Daily Caller:

Not only are all members of the tea party movement racists, but the longer a person associates with the tea party, the more racist he becomes.

Leonard Zeskind, an author and activist, hosted a session on the racist roots of the tea party, a limited government movement that returned the U.S. House of Representatives to Republican control in 2010.

In Zeskind’s view, the oppression of minorities is a central motivating principal of the tea party.

“There has been a longitudinal study that finds the longer you are in the tea party, the more racist you become,” he said, according to the MacIver Institute, which covered the conference.

Tea party groups are similar to white nationalist groups, he said.

“Is it racist?” he asked. He then answered his own question: “Yes.”

Believe it or not, this is the 15th year this conference has been held, as reported here:

This was the fifteenth annual National White Privilege Conference. People — mostly white people, as evidenced by the pictures of the event–paid hundreds of dollars each to attend the week-long conference. Organizers did not respond to a request for comment about the ticket price.





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