A term screamed by far left sheltered liberals when they hear a white person say something that might offend someone that isn’t a straight white male. You will have this term screamed at you if say anything offensive to the LGBTQ, blacks, or any other kind of person that’s not white, straight or male.
Initially, I like this definition.
And the rest of this definition is quite frankly not politically correct:
The term is stupid because hippie liberals think these minor social problems are big in America and that those affected by them have their lives ruined by any kind of “hatred” here — they think therefore the same social issues are a big deal for the rest of the world, but they forget that places like Somalia exist, where you will be murdered just for being alive, let alone being white or gay.
Did you see that dyke yelling “Check your privilege” to that white guy over there? Why was she yelling at him? Some black lady with an enormous ass walked by and he checked her out. Apparently this is degrading and holds bootylicious black women back from succeeding in life like he has.How does she know he’s had a successful life?She knows because he’s white.
One example of a privilege so “checked.” And reality unchecked.
And yet, despite the submitted pushback, there is in fact actual pushback:
Why I’ll Never Apologize for My White Male Privilege
by Tal Fortgang
Behind every success, large or small, there is a story, and it isn’t always told by sex or skin color.
There is a phrase that floats around college campuses, Princeton being no exception, that threatens to strike down opinions without regard for their merits, but rather solely on the basis of the person that voiced them.
“Check your privilege,” the saying goes, and I have been reprimanded by it several times this year. The phrase, handed down by my moral superiors, descends recklessly, like an Obama-sanctioned drone, and aims laser-like at my pinkish-peach complexion, my maleness, and the nerve I displayed in offering an opinion rooted in a personal Weltanschauung.
“Check your privilege,” they tell me in a command that teeters between an imposition to actually explore how I got where I am, and a reminder that I ought to feel personally apologetic because white males seem to pull most of the strings in the world.
A series of excellent points; and he goes on:
I do not accuse those who “check” me and my perspective of overt racism, although the phrase, which assumes that simply because I belong to a certain ethnic group I should be judged collectively with it, toes that line. But I do condemn them for diminishing everything I have personally accomplished, all the hard work I have done in my life, and for ascribing all the fruit I reap not to the seeds I sow but to some invisible patron saint of white maleness who places it out for me before I even arrive. Furthermore, I condemn them for casting the equal protection clause, indeed the very idea of a meritocracy, as a myth, and for declaring that we are all governed by invisible forces (some would call them “stigmas” or “societal norms”), that our nation runs on racist and sexist conspiracies. Forget “you didn’t build that;” check your privilege and realize that nothing you have accomplished is real.
Americans consider blacks more likely to be racist than whites and Hispanics in this country.
Thirty-seven percent (37%) of American Adults think most black Americans are racist, according to a new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey. Just 15% consider most white Americans racist, while 18% say the same of most Hispanic Americans. (To see survey question wording, click here.)
There is a huge ideological difference on this topic. Among conservative Americans, 49% consider most blacks racist, and only 12% see most whites that way. Among liberal voters, 27% see most white Americans as racist, and 21% say the same about black Americans.
From a partisan perspective, 49% of Republicans see most black Americans as racist, along with 36% of unaffiliated adults and 29% of Democrats.
Among black Americans, 31% think most blacks are racist, while 24% consider most whites racist and 15% view most Hispanics that way.
That said, do you think this video had anything to do with the polling results?
Of course not. And AG Eric Holder — a black man — actively deciding to not prosecute this incident on behalf of his black president? Why, that would have nothing to do with this poll.
Philadelphia did it again in 2012:
Whilst in the mid-90s, my Robbery Bureau supervisor (when I was a detective in that bureau) told me that I couldn’t publish the actual stats in my department regarding robberies because it could be interpreted as racist: 84% of the robberies in my entire county were perpetrated by blacks affiliated with black gangs.
My then-division commander in 2000 told me that I was not selected for promotion because I was a white male. She at least had the balls that other male captains hadn’t.
The news reports at the time, in the late 1980s, were horrific. Tawana Brawley, a 15-year-old African-American girl from the New York City area, was said to have been abducted and repeatedly raped by six white men. She was found with “KKK” written across her chest, a racial epithet on her stomach and her hair smeared with feces. She was so traumatized, according to reports, that at the hospital she answered yes-or-no questions by blinking her eyes. Making the crime even more vile, if that were possible, she and her lawyers later claimed that two of the rapists were law enforcement officials.
Ms. Brawley’s spokesman was the Rev. Al Sharpton — a dapper television personality and political commentator these days, but a fiery street activist back then. At a news conference, he named suspects.
Then, of course, it all fell apart. Complete and utter fabricated crap.
And about six months after the hoax, Ms. Brawley’s former boyfriend told Newsday that she had invented the allegations, apparently to avoid a beating by her mother’s boyfriend after running away from home for four days.
Which was the most racist party of all historically? Correct: Democrats. Which party freed slaves? Correct: Republicans. With what party was George Wallace affiliated? Correct: Democrat. What party was Martin Luther King, Jr affiliated? Correct: Republican.
Facts you do not hear or read of from the American Media Maggots.
Who are today’s Racial and Poverty Pimps? Correct: Sharpton and Jackson. Check their financials. Ask actual questions. Have an actual inquisitive mind.
There are so many other places I could go and other things I could say. And, of course, I know nothing about this. Not because I’ve been in law enforcement for 42 years. And not because I see it every day via my wife’s house, isolated, in Ghetto Centrale — a place she cannot afford to leave, where the scrawny black dude down the street slings dope every day and where our law enforcement budget is slashed to make way for the expansion of social services enabling even more Free Cheese in Fornicalia.
So, truly, am I shocked by this poll?
Not at all. It finally starts to reflect the actual situation, in at least my state.
Clearly, the entire Philadelphia New Black Panther Party event, along with Fast & Furious, the IRS scandal in concert with the AP & Fox News reporter blowup is only based but upon racial prejudice and bias.
Except when it’s not; as in: all of the above incidents.
And to that I reply: “did someone say pull out all the stops on this post?”
Why, yes, I suppose someone did.
Obama got voted into office in his first and second terms because he is black. Plain and simple. He’s black enough to vote for, convenient for some, inconvenient for others. He’s black like this:
Figure 1. Mr Obama
Not black like this:
Figure 2. Not Mr Obama
No GOWP would admit it, but their votes are prejudiced in and of themselves. They would never vote for a black man who appears like Shabazz. The nose is too flat, the skin too dark, the scowl too offensive, the tattoos, the dreadlocks; no, that simply cannot be. He is not a “clean” black man.
And that is what GOWPs and other racists who voted for Mr Obama simply because of his melanin count acquired: a “clean” black man and nothing more. Oh, but wait: with a few other exceptions:
He has NPD, he is arrogant, a megalomaniac, literally raised by Communists and good friends with William Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn (both committed white Communist insurrectionists).
With Mr Obama, his minions, his sycophants, his supporters, his educators, his creators, it all comes down to one thing: race. Well, okay, and a few other things as well, to include Cloward-Piven and anarchy and tearing down America. Heavy sigh.
Racists, all of them; including Mr Obama. They fail to see people as individuals, they see people only in terms of color.
That said, new headlines from the WCO (Water Carriers for Obama), the New York Times:
White House Aide Calls Criticism of Obama ‘Offensive’
A senior adviser to President Obama mounted a combative defense of the administration on Sunday, saying the controversies enveloping the White House were the result of Republican lawmakers’ trying to “drag Washington into a swamp of partisan fishing expeditions, trumped-up hearings and false allegations.”
He (Dan Pfeiffer) pointedly rejected Republican criticisms of the president’s actions and leadership style as “offensive” and “absurd,” and he said the administration would not be distracted from doing the nation’s business.
And there you have it in one complete and easily summarized little nutshell: those four Americans who died in Benghazi died for nothing, and to demand the truth, an accountability and responsibility during Mr Obama’s watch is “offensive.”
But let’s just complete that sentence, ladies and gentlemen: “the criticism is offensive because _____ __ _____.”
Please allow me to fill in the final three words: “Obama is black.”
How dare you treat Mr Obama like any other president because, after all, Mr Obama is black. Which makes anyone demanding accountability a racist.
See how easy that was? It’s called deflection and it works for GOWPs because it stirs up emotions: they feel guilty; it works for blacks because they voted for The Black Man due to his melanin count and nothing more.
He says that, as a “African American” (a hyphenate) you must work “twice as hard.”
My point precisely! It takes an incredible work ethic to get up at roughly noon in order to sling drugs in the neighborhood. Oh, that’s right, yes: the neighborhood I see every day, where my wife lives. It takes an incredible work ethic to open your garage door and invite your partying friends over late at night, drinking beer, smoking dope, and hosting all the local thump cars: dopers in their new Dodge Chargers, Conestoga Wagons, 1975 Cadillacs, black Escalades with spinners (though spinners are so yesterday). Oh, that’s right, yes: the neighborhood I see every day, where my wife lives. And it takes an incredible work ethic to be in your 20s and play basketball in your driveway all day, every day, with your 20-something friends as well. Basketball is hard work! Oh, that’s right, yes: the neighborhood I see every day, where my wife lives. Neighbors driving newer cars, with newer toys, TVs, motorcycles, clothing, and seldom leaving the house but for a few minutes. As in: not going to work. Oh, that’s right, yes: the neighborhood I see every day, where my wife lives.
It took a black officer of rank on our department tons of sweat and arduous times in order to achieve his position so that he could swive women extramaritally and become corrupt to the point where the administration must keep him out of the way and buried if for no other reason than he can no longer testify in open court. A man taken right out of the academy and placed into a prestigious unit because — wait for it — he is black. And throughout all of that no one has fired him because — wait for it — he is black. Where a white female Captain told me years ago that I would not get promoted because — wait for it — I am a Caucasoid male. I still hand it to her: that took large balls to tell me the actual truth.
Ah yes, racial clarity: this country is still populated by racists.
But, I submit, they’re precisely the opposite of who you think they are. And racism, these days, starts right at the top.
Trust me when I tell you: I am so fucking tired of racists playing the race card themselves.