You’ve heard the term “slaves” applied to black people, but it’s probably not part of your consciousness that your ancestors enjoyed the “white privilege” of being serfs, peons, and indentured servants.
Slavery by another name doth smell so sweet.
Or at least that’s what they want us to think.
The MTV 40 minute long documentary film White People that aired last night was a propaganda piece intended to make white people FEEL GUILTY about their “white privilege.”
The thing is that America has always been a plantation nation and you ain’t one of the plantation owners.
Your privilege is to get up five mornings a week at the crack of dawn and go to work at a meaningless job in order to provide for yourself, your loved ones, and a host of parasitic nonwhite vermin who have been imported into the U.S. to keep your wages down.
Black slaves? Brought here by Jews and their white lackeys to keep your ancestors from obtaining higher wages. Mexicans today? Ditto.
Your white privilege is to work your a** off until you’re about ready to die anyway. Along the way, by the time you add up all the taxes you’ve paid, half or more of your income will have been stolen from you. Some of it will to the parasites, a lot of it will go to the puppet masters who pull the strings in America.
So, when all the pseudo-intellectualizing is finished in the Atlantic‘s review of White People, recognize that what you’ve seen on MTV and read at the Atlantic is bullsh*t.
Privilege is a bad word. We don’t think in a democracy we should have a privileged class, even though we do. Right, Jews?
So-called white privilege is just the superior intelligence and drive that are inate to the white race. Those who benefit from affirmative action in America are the truly privileged one, along with those supported by the white working class via free food, housing, phone, medical care, etc.
Excerpt from The Atlantic
In the days before White People aired, though, professional critics started airing a different kind of disapproval of the project. The consensus seems largely to be that, in the words of Willa Paskin at Slate, the film’s “a little too remedial with and gentle on, well, white people.” The headline for Ken Tucker’s Yahoo review read, sarcastically, “Race Privilege Exists, MTV Discovers.”