Thursday, July 20, 2017

White Guilt

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White People

There is a new website where white people can pay to ease their guilt for their ancestors owning slaves.

This is an actual thing.

There is a website that asks for “reparations” to be paid to black people by white people.

The site was created by a “conceptual artist” Natasha Marin. It is a way for white people to atone for slavery.

One “person of color” requested groceries, and a very generous and guilty feeling white person said they buy them. (With a $200 limit)

There was one request on the website for dinner because the “person of color” was too upset to make anything. We don’t know if the person was upset because their dog got run over or because of slavery. Just kidding, obviously slavery.

One of the more ridiculous requests was by a person that was angry and needed someone to yell at. One white person stepped up as “tribute”, and will take this one for team white.

Why are there no websites dedicated to thanking the white people that helped defeat slavery and make it so black people could vote?

As InfoWars pointed out when they broke the story, only 1.5% of white people in America even owned slaves, but it took a majority of white people to demand the end of slavery and many willing to die on the battlefield fighting for the freedoms that exist today for all Americans.

The problem with looking at slavery and blaming all white people and demanding they pay “reparations” is it totally undervalues the role white people in America played to end slavery.

Will you be paying reparations? Let us know in the comments below.

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White Guilt

If you don’t want your blood to boil, don’t watch this video.

You have that choice, but for students in Henrico, Virginia they didn’t get a chance to object.

Educators at Glen Allen High School forced a video titled “The Unequal Opportunity Race” video on students during Black History Month.

The four-minute video depicts a foot race featuring two minority runners competing against two white runners as they circle a track.

The minority (black and Hispanic presumably) runners start late due to “slavery,” “broken treaties,” “genocide,” “manifest destiny,” and the “trail of tears.”

When they are finally allowed to run, obstacle after obstacle are depicted getting in their way, the most laughable of which is “standardized tests.”

As the minority runners are held back, the white runners circle the track passing their wealth down from one generation to another. Toward the end of the video, the white male runner is gliding on the track thanks to the “good old boy network.”


Parents of the students were outraged by the video and the school has simply responded by stating, “A segment of the video was one component of a thoughtful discussion in which all viewpoints were encouraged. As always, we are welcoming of feedback from students and their families, and we address concerns directly as they come forward.”

In essence, the school is saying, “suck it up.”

The lack of response is unusual for the school and the school’s principal.

Late last year, a black student played a racist song during the school’s homecoming football game.

Gwen Miller, the school’s principal reacted by banning music with lyrics at most school events.

Again, here’s the video, watch at your own risk and comment below:


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