Check out this important new book featuring our dear friend Tim Wise: Occupying Privilege: Conversations on Love, Race and Liberation.
“In Occupying Privilege, today’s cultural icons–writers, activists, educators, and artists—offer unique and fresh perspectives on white supremacy, white privilege, and racial justice.
So, um, what the hell is white privilege anyway, and do I have it?”
The preservation of civilization requires the restoration of white supremacy and the eternal perpetuation of white privilege. Guess that means I am against “racial justice.”
“The short answer is if you’re white, yeah, you do. Good news is, there’s a lot we can do, together, to undo the power dynamics and racism which keep us from embracing freedom for all.”
Why exactly should we undo these power dynamics and the racism that keeps us from embracing freedom for all?
Why is it necessarily a good thing that all people should be free? Maybe the world would be better off if the negro wasn’t free to destroy our schools, lower property values, and live as parasites off our tax dollars?
“Imagine if we could all agree that racism does exist, without the feelings of blame, shame, and guilt, then we could be in the business of changing it.”
Imagine if we could all agree that anti-racism is the real dominant force in our society, that anti-racism has a negative impact on the progress of civilization (see Haiti, Detroit, South Africa among other examples), and that it would be wise to reverse course and embrace “racism” and “white supremacy” as a positive good.
“This book will help you get there. A book for the people by the people, told through stories, conversations, letters, and essays, readers will learn about white supremacy, media’s spin control, (mis)education, the criminal IN-justice system, cultural appropriation, and racism’s continued impact on people of color and white people.”
(1) The criminal justice system is just a more expensive form of segregation.
(2) In the year 2012, we live under the supremacy of Black Run America (BRA), not Jim Crow.
(3) Under BRA, the only form of “institutional racism” that exists is the anti-White racism of the multiculturalism/diversity/affirmative action complex.
“When you Occupy Privilege you’ll discover:
The difference (and there are many!) between white privilege, white supremacy, racism, discrimination and more–knowledge is power!”
I don’t believe in equality. I don’t see white supremacy or white privilege as a problem that requires a solution.
Justice is inequality or getting what you deserve. Blacks don’t deserve to be treated as equals because they are not our equals.
“The stories and struggles of people of all color, their own relation to privilege, and how they are undoing it one poem, flow, rhyme, letter, beat, and day at a time. Here, the personal is political.”
How many negro carols does it take to achieve racial equality?
“How not to drown in the guilt of the history of whiteness in America. You are not alone in this work!”
Well, I don’t feel particularly guilty about the history of whiteness in America.
When you buy this book, you are buying into a bigger movement for justice and liberation. All profits will be going to organizations that fight for racial justice!
If I buy this book, it will be defend what liberals call “injustice and oppression” (the natural and just social hierarchy based on the principle of subordination), or to oppose the crap that is being called “racial justice.”