(Video) Who are the real racists: liberals or conservatives?

Posted by: Phineas on October 27, 2014 at 1:14 pm

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If you’re a conservative, or just someone who thinks everyone should be treated equally, you’ve probably been called a racist at one point or another. And if, like most people, you’re a decent person, you’ve probably been taken aback and left wondering if maybe, subconsciously, you did hold beliefs and attitudes that were racist.

Stop wondering. You’re not. In fact, as Derryck Green of Project 21 explains in this Prager University video, it’s the American Left that harbors the racist attitudes, rooted in the assumption that Blacks just can’t compete, the infamous “soft bigotry of low expectations:”

So, relax. You’re not racist for believing we can all be held to the same standards. Far from it.

via Legal Insurrection

(Crossposted at Public Secrets)

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  1. Carlos says:

    Are y’all tryin’ ta tell me I’m a raaaciiiist fer holdin’ others to the same standards I try to hold myself and those I vote for to?

    Well, dang! I s’pose I’ll have ta go thru PC re-education camp agin. Shute, Ah thot I wuz thru wit dat scuzzy place…Ah shurly don’ lahk that place ‘cuz they’s so picky ’bout what I think an’ say. An’ sumtahms they change rules and words midstream, an’ that makes it even harder!

    What a bunch of empty-headed, hypocritical schmucks.

  2. bobmontgomery says:

    The real racists are the politicians in the Department of Justice, who said that the black folks in Kinston, NC would not know who to vote for, or wouldn’t vote, or would be discriminated against, if the word “Democrat” didn’t appear on the municipal ballot. This after the residents of Kinston, 67% of whom are black, voted to have non-partisan municipal elections.

  3. Zippy says:

    This was a conversation my 23 year-old daughter and I had when she was in college, about how we are preconditioned to believe we are racist simply because the expectation for success should be equal.

    If I can find it, I want to post an extremely biased essay by a Professor who suffers from “White Guilt”. It horrified me so, that she could hate herself for being “priviledged to be white.” Her feelings (which is what liberals are made of..) identify with this low expectation belief that “all people really are not created equal” .. Wish I could remember her name.

  4. Zippy says:

    Here is the link. I read some of it..the rest I grazed through while rolling my eyes. “White Priviledge: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack” by Peggy McIntosh

    http://www.decolonizingyoga.com/white-privilege-unpacking-the-invisible-knapsack/

  5. Tuerqas says:

    Zippy, I got to number 22 before I found one that is relatively true. And then she made the inevitable statement that loses any shred of credibility leaving it as just another liberal pipe dream: Speaking of white privilege and ‘belonging within the human circle’ she says “so few have it”. WTF? Are we talking about the majority populace still in the US? You know, the few? (Proving once again that liberals have no idea what ‘majority’ means) Or maybe just those within the human circle? Yeah, that’s even fewer.

    Most evolutionists firmly believe the black, Arabic, Indian, and Asian civilizations are all older than ‘white’ civilizations. Shouldn’t they all be more evolved than us? White and non-white relevance in the curriculum? I have heard of black month, Hispanic month, women’s month, etc. in public schools, never white man’s month, not that there should be one. I have seen part of a national survey of public school graduate freshmen in college. Do you know that in 2011 over 90% of the grads knew who invented peanut butter, less than 60% knew either of the men attributed with inventing electricity and less than 15% knew who invented the cotton gin or the steam boat. Any guesses as to why?

    If there is a white privilege problem, I am fairly certain the solution is not to teach an entire nation’s youth solely about the contributions of non-whites in schools.