Thursday, April 3, 2014

White skin hate in denial?

I normally avoid political junk on my blog, but this  message I recently received was very interesting.

---- Original message follows ----

The webpage below is an important message for the light skin people of the world. It has been brought to my attention that they are born with a unique curse of disliking other races. Light skins cannot help being born with this special and unique affliction. Informing them of their evil perceptions seems to help in reducing the problems of this epidemic. Though, if we are going to make a lasting awareness, we must inform the children. Light skin children need to be reminded on a regular basis how their thoughts are horrible, and they need to be more like the children of dark skin ethnicities. Thankfully, educators are doing everything they can to impression this into the childrens minds, but it's not enough. Please help spread this message to other light skin people so that they may also know the need to inhibit such evil perceptions, and seek counseling if necessary.

From 2012 think tank of the year 

The city of Madison hosted the 15th annual national White Privilege Conference last week at the Monona Terrace to discuss issues of white supremacy, social justice, education and the Tea Party.

Some conference quotes-
"We've been raised to be good. 'I'm a good white person,' and yet to
realize I carry within me these dark, horrible thoughts and perceptions
is hard to admit. And yet like the alcoholic, what's the first step?
Admitting you have a problem"

"Being a white person who does anti-racist work is like being an alcoholic. I will never be recovered by my alcoholism"

When light skin people donate to charity, it comes from a "savior mentality, like 'save them, because they are not like us'", and that is very racist.

Approximately $38,000 in taxpayer dollars helped fund the conference, but that's really not enough. We need to raise more funding for these endeavors of public good.

No comments:

Post a Comment