Tuesday, March 12, 2013

White Foreskin

Wis. education officials want students to wear ‘white privilege’ wristbands

    racism - discriminatory or abusive behavior towards members of another race
Un—farking believable.

The webpage also offers a series of suggestions for high schools students to become more racially sensitive. They include:

  • Wear a white wristband as a reminder about your privilege, and as a personal commitment to explain why you wear the wristband.
  • Set aside sections of the day to critically examine how privilege is working.
  • Put a note on your mirror or computer screen as a reminder to think about privilege.

Who's running Wisconsin's education system?  PETA?  And, what's more racist than evaluating every single thing you do on the basis of skin color?  Hmmmm?  On a more basic level, what's going on here is the left's divide and conquer stratagem. It's certainly divided us as a nation.

   tom "unfair white-skinned"  smith


iri said...

Big raw knuckled daddies please pay attention.

Darrell said...

It's become Celebrate Diversity, Or Else.

Anonymous said...

Because MANDATING THE WEARING OF YELLOW STARS worked *so well*....

Cheesy said...

I wanna wear a "Fuck Off or Die" wristband. They got those?

Anonymous said...

How about a wrist band that says "I don't give a rat's rear what color you are I care if you believe in the American Dream"

Too long I guess.

I respect people that stand on their own two feet and don't expect handouts.

I work with an complete rainbow of people of various 'orientations'. What we share in common is the capitalist goal of making money and succeeding and THAT cuts across all BS of identity politics.

We ALL get along just great cause we are all going after the dream. This is the greatest country that has ever existed.

I hate people that use color as an excuse to not work hard.

Helly said...

As if we needed more proof that Leftism is a mental illness. Can you imagine going through life with this level of genetic self-deprication?!?

I like the part on the chart that suggests teaching others and holding them accountable. Rodge, I have always admired you for doing that.

Anonymous said...

I would call this "white people problems", but, well, yanno.

I *will* say these people don't have enough productive work to do.


Hodja said...


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