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Losing His Grip: Obama's New Theory of Freedom

dgenseric Wrote: Oct 09, 2012 2:11 PM
EVERYBODY in the Respectable World agrees that there is this thing called White Privilege. EVERYBODY says that this Privilege can, should, and will be taken away. EVERYBODY says that there is one way and ONLY one way to solve this problem of White Privilege. When asked HOW whites are “privileged,” they say we were “BORN that way. We’re white.” Clearly, the solution to the problem of whites being born with White Privilege is to do away with the problem of us being here; to genocide our race. They might sugarcoat their program and say things like “We all bleed red. We’re all one race,” but what they really mean is “On Earth, whites have no place.” They say they are anti-racist. What they are is anti-white. Anti-racist is a code word for
Robert 277 Wrote: Oct 09, 2012 2:42 PM
I actually take it as a compliment when someone calls me racist, its means I have gotten the better of them in a debate and thats their only answer. As for "white privilege" my dad was a truck driver and my mom worked in a dept. store, I lived over a subway grating for the first 12 years of my life until my mom and dad saved enough money to buy a house................some privilege huh?

While Obama remains a great curiosity outside of the U.S., it’s largely his American-ness that draws the crowds, rather than some innate ability of his own.

A man comes from low beginnings and ascends to the White House.

That tale quintessentially remains the American strive-and-succeed story since Washington was first born poor and lowly in a kind-of log cabin.

While Washington is represented as a rich, privileged, white guy, the success Washington enjoyed and the wealth he built -- yes, built -- he earned by working hard on the dangerous and brutal, American frontier, going places often were...

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