Sunday, September 25, 2016
Why do Some Liberals Think All White People are Rich?
Can I ask a weird question here, why do liberals think all white people are rich?
Why White People Explain They are Oppressed
Let's look at a sample quote:
"Modern white Americans are one of the most powerful groups of people to ever exist on this planet and yet those very people—or, if you're white, you people—staunchly believe that the primary victims of modern racism are whites."
Do you feel powerful? Because I sure don't. Don't they mean RICH WHITE PEOPLE? Don't they mean the one percent and bankers?. When one reads a sentence of such utter nonsense like that, one knows this article will run off the rails. Isn't it money that brings power now in America? Hmm funny how they want to hide this reality.
I know the powers that be want to beat the race gong. It works for them. The last thing they want is poor people of all races figuring out what is going on and uniting together.
Trump can get all the people who want to bow before billionaires to vote for him while falsely blaming black people and hispanics for their economic woes. Hey I've been on "conservative" boards, and seen this scapegoating first hand. It makes me sick. Don't be a poor white going to hang out on Free Republic or other Trump supportive boards, even in that world there is supposedly no such thing as poor whites, and there'd be no one in need of welfare if they just all "GOT A JOB"! All these types ignore the fact most on welfare are WORKING unless they are disabled.
All I know is when I go to my food pantries, there's tons of people of other races there, who can't get good paying jobs too and who are struggling just like us. The right politicians have given all of us the same middle finger but the leftist politicians are betraying THEM TOO.
Then there is the left, they tell us the economy is doing great. They are the ones who send all the money overseas while letting American cities fall apart. Are we suppose to think they care about black people in America? Even that show "Abandoned" on the Vice Network, makes the decay of America, more then apparent. I wonder if that skateboarder guy plans to vote for Hillary after crying over the falling down and abandoned Saint Louis school system?
The racial stuff is getting insane, and I see the extremes there too, the ones who pound on about how all whites are rich and powerful and have privilege sicken me as much as the racist ones who use black people as scapegoats and defend the police state and economic oppression that is destroying us all now but started with the ghettos first. All these people do is divide people. Everything becomes about race. White and Black. What if you are olive toned? What if you want to see people for people first and not according to race? What of the bi-racial people too? Its like they WANT everyone at each other's throats.
Going back to the top article let's look at Tim Wise's quote:
"Tim Wise, anti-racist educator says, "When you've had the luxury of presuming yourself to be the norm, the prototype of an American, any change in the demographic and cultural realities in your society will strike you as outsized attacks on your status. You've been the king of the hill and never had to share shit with anyone, what is really just an adjustment to a more representative, pluralistic, shared society seems like discrimination. When you're used to 90 percent or more of the pie, having to settle for only 75 or 70 percent? Oh my God, it's like the end of the world." But as white people lose their dominant status, the meaning of whiteness in America will have to change significantly."
Let me try and give this guy a clue, if Mr. poor white man can't get a factory job to save his life, neither is a black man who wants a good job to take care of his family. The elite can use these racial battles to advance destruction of the American economy, silencing with success, the poor whites who ask "Where have all the jobs gone"? What poor white person feels like the "king of the hill" and how out of touch are these liberals? None of us have ever been the "king or queen of the hill" So now any white person who asks how come we are living in poverty is a racist? Can someone explain that one to me. The job opportunities in the inner city have worsened. How come no one talks about that?
Here Tim Wise becomes an excuse maker for the globalists and the 1 percent, ignoring the fact that globalism destroyed the ghettos first, and WORKED it's way down. People don't care about losing "dominant status" or other nonsense this guy is claiming, people want to just be able to eat and pay their bills.
Putting down one group to elevate another does not work. All that is builds is resentment. Poor whites who have seen their economic fortunes collapse, should not be listening to people tell them it's because they are a bunch of racists. The fortunes of inner city blacks collapsed first in the 60s and then worked their way down to whites in the last couple of decades. Don't they realize as they praise the economic collapse for whites, that things worsen for other groups?
Telling poor whites, you deserve to suffer too because the ghettos have, is the elites wanting to take a chomp out of everyone as they clean out the coffers and turn the entire nation into Detroit. They simply started with the ghettos first and now are working their way down. Poison water for Flint, could definitely mean poison water in your rural mostly white town. So the ignorant Republicans who say things like "Oh they didn't pay their water bills, so they get what they deserve", better watch out, it will be coming to your town next. Many people don't get that water in inner city areas is not the same and people are often charged more. In Chicago, my water turned black in the tub, it didn't clean my clothes completely. Things reserved for the oppression of the black man now are being expanded out. Remember that saying First they came for the socialists and I did not speak out....well it's kind of like that.
I get tired of out of touch liberals upping the racial divide acting like all white people are wealthy and we all are having our maids get the jar of Grey Pou Pon out of the cupboard. The assumptions that all whites have class access to credit cards, decent clothes cars and ability to get good jobs, is a form of racism in itself. It denies economic realities for millions. The article from above that declares all white people are "powerful" and "wealthy" is cracked. What power? I believe when the left concentrates on this stuff, the powers that be are getting their way separating whites and blacks and building resentment between the two groups. They follow divide and conquer formulas.
The police state is ruining America. I have noticed everything is about control. The cops are told to get compliance. There's no more Andy Griffith, it's all about tasering people and throwing them on the ground and demanding obedience at all costs. The laws are often to make money. The drug wars are insane. There's little social relationships in communities anymore. The militarization of their equipment has made them more into soldiers "fighting the enemy" rather then fellow members of a community whom they feel motivated to protect and serve. So many of them are shooting first just like soldiers rather then figuring out what is going on. This is probably worse in larger communities.
Many do not realize the powers that be want a federalized police force. That is scary. While they ramp up the racial divisions, they ramp up division of communities and police. Maybe there is a reason they sold them all that military equipment. On Republican boards, one can see some wanting to vote for Trump just to quell all those riots. Make the police state stronger they say! The American solution to everything seems to be police state crack downs. How many more people do they want to lock up? Isn't a couple million enough?
Are white and blacks going to befriend one another, when the leftists keep emphasizing the differences between us? Am I weird to think these thoughts? How is this going to fix racism? All it does is advance the system of oppression.