Wednesday, September 07, 2011

Are "White" people racially Oppressed?: HELL NO!

This is my response to a CNN article (rated #1 on their "most popular stories right now" list on 3/5/11 @9:01am) that asks the question "Are whites racially oppressed?"

I am baffled at the fact that some "White" people are saying that they are "racially oppressed" these days, because I've been a Victim of White Supremacy (racially oppressed) for 42.5 years. My father-less (see page 120 of the U.I.C.C.S.C: Word Guide) was a Victim of White Supremacy (racially oppressed) for 68 years, and my mother-less, currently has been a Victim of White Supremacy (racially oppressed) for 68 years. 

I have so much knowledge and experience in being a Victim of White Supremacy, that I earned a PH.D(http://www.counter-racismnow.com/2010/07/for-anyone-who-questions-my-credentials.html ) in it. I thought for sure that by now I knew what it meant to be "Racially Oppressed", but, since these “White” people are saying that they are, maybe it’s true and I just don't know what I’m talking about.
So for purposes of getting to the bottom line let’s assume that it is true that “White” people are “Racially Oppressed”.

This means that I will offer these “Racially Oppressed White People” the benefit of the doubt and investigate their claim. Never mind the fact that on most occasions when I’ve stated that I am "Racially Oppressed", I barely get this same kind of consideration. No news broadcasters have called me to get my story.

Upon hearing my claim to be a Victim of Racism, most of the "White" people, that I have spoken to make comments like:

"Get a job nigger; you have too much time on your hands."

“Slavery was a long time ago, so get over it.”

 “You have Affirmative Action.”

“You have a black president now, so stop whining.”

Wow.

“Are Whites Racially Oppressed?”

Many questions came to my mind when contemplating the answer to this grandest question of all questions

1. What does "Racially" mean? 

"Racially" is an adverb of the adjective "Racial", therefore,
The Merriam Webster's Collegiate Dictionary Tenth Edition states:

Racial- 1. of, relating to or based on a race.2. existing or occurring between races.


2. What does "oppressed" mean? 

"Oppressed" is the word "oppress" in its past tense, therefore,
 the Webster's New World Dictionary of the American Language College Edition states:

Oppress- 1. To weigh heavily on the mind, spirits, or senses of; 2. to keep down by the cruel or unjust use of power or authority; burden with harsh, rigorous impositions; tyrannize over. 3. a) To crush; trample down. b) To overpower; subdue.

Okay following the logic:

If “White” people are Racially Oppressed because they are classified as “White”,

Then they are kept “down by the cruel or unjust use of power or authority” from “non-white” people dominating and subjugating them in all places, at all times, and in all areas of people activity including Economics, Education, Entertainment, Labor, Law, Politics, Religion, Sex, and War.

Correct? (I know, I know, I’m shaking my head too, but let’s play along.)

Before we look at some of the evidence, 

We'll start with the main reason (I suspect) that these people ( not all "white" people) are saying that they are "oppressed".
Most Powerful Victim of Racism (White Supremacy) in the known universe
Was he selected by "White" people to be President?

Yes.

Evidence marked exhibit #1 The President's Cabinet
Look at all of those "Racially Oppressed" "White" people.
If Obama is keeping "White" people down by being cruel and making unjust use of his power or authority, why is not his cabinet filled with "non-white" people?

If he had the kind of power that the smart and powerful Racists had, backing him, he could surround himself with "Wesley Snipes" complexioned people and there would not be a damn thing that anyone could do about it. Now, that would be cruelty.

I've admitted that I am confused about knowing how a "White" person looks. There are many times where I am incorrect about it. I've never seen anyone that was the color of a white piece of paper or a white crayon.

Maybe most of the people in the above pic are all classified as "non-white" people? I don't know. What do you think? I think I need a "White" person to tell me. But since I don't have one available, I'll presume that they are "White" people, because many of the people who've told me that they were "White" have the same skin tone as those they want us to presume are classified as "White". I could be incorrect.




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