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Dripping With Hate: “White Privilege Conference”

JUST IMAGINE if the word “White” was swapped out for “Black” or “Hispanic” in some of the statements that have emerged from the 18th annual “White Privilege Conference.”

If that happened, in no time flat, activists would be labeled racists and bigots, a state investigation would be launched and the conference would be black-listed from any hotel in the future.

But “White privilege” activists are protected by anti-White privilege, so none of those things will happen.

One of the merchandise items available was a tote bag that says, “Raise better White people.”

Attendee Katrina Fludd shared this image from one of the workshops:

“What advice do you have for White people showing up in racial justice spaces?” it asked.

Attendees wrote responses on sticky notes, including, “Don’t speak, just listen;” “Follow, don’t lead;” “You don’t need credit;” and, “As aware as you are, you are also often completely unaware.”

Another workshop analyzed the apparent “attitudes of Whites”:

It taught the 2,000 educators and other attendees that “some/many Whites tend to believe they have ‘earned’ what they have, rather than acknowledge the extensive White privilege and unearned advantages they receive…”

At another session, Whites were encouraged to “sit with the discomfort,” and were lumped into a single group as believing they are “superior to people of color, people who were biracial/multiracial.”

Speaker Leslie Mac reportedly told a joke at the expense  of “white allies,” the Caucasian do-gooders motivated by guilt who are fearful of being labeled racist.

“Two white allis walk into a bar … because it was set so low,” attendee Chuck Modi reports she said. He included three laughing emojis.

EAGnews reported a smartphone app was to be unveiled at the conference that would allow users to “report racist activities.”

“The Institute for Research & Education on Human Rights is excited to be launching a new smartphone app at WPC18. It is called ‘Trepper’: the anti-bigotry app will allow users to securely capture incidents of bigotry on video, notify users of local incidents and events, and harness the power of social networks to report,” according to the WPC18 program. “It provides a toolkit for anti-bigotry organizing and security, and share (sic) the latest news and updates.”

EAGnews noted, “And while WPC18 is rife with generalizations and stereotypes about white people that would provide the perfect opportunity to try out the new app, attendees will have to wait until they’re back home. Ironically, organizers banned all video recording and pictures for attendees.”

“All WPC content is copyrighted. Sessions may not be recorded or videotaped without prior written permission from the White Privilege Conference and anyone who will be included in the recordings,” the program reads. “No materials received at the conference may be reproduced without written permission from the White Privilege Conference and the author.”

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Source: EAGnews

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4 Comments

  1. Michael R
    May 3, 2017 at 11:55 pm — Reply

    I thought Trump was gonna put a stop to this kind of thing.

  2. Anthony Collins
    May 4, 2017 at 7:35 am — Reply

    White guilt is the moral equivalent of usury. Just as usury saddles debtors with unrepayable, ever-growing debts, White guilt saddles White people with a sense of inexpiable, hereditary guilt, and ensures that new sins and crimes are constantly laid at their door. In both contexts, it might be said that we’re dealing not so much with a leonine contract as a serpentine one — and the same species of snake.

  3. Arvin N. Prebost
    May 4, 2017 at 12:39 pm — Reply

    “Louis, Louis . . . how you love your precious guilt!” (the vampire Lestat in “Interview with the Vampire.”)

  4. May 6, 2017 at 5:12 pm — Reply

    This is the reason why I TOTALLY abandoned Christinsanity. These wankers are just like most of the worshippers of the Kike on stick cult. Guilt, guilt, and more bloody guilt.

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