You know that “white privilege” we’re constantly hearing about? It’s bull, obviously. The case could be made that whites are privileged by nature, but certainly not by the American government, nor by the world in general (whites are a world minority, don’t you know?).
Well, we in turn constantly deny that we have white privilege. It doesn’t do anything to persuade the left that they are wrong, so why are we even bothering?
How about this: When you are told that you have white privilege, do not deny it. Do not even ignore this person. Instead, say, “Hell yeah, I have white privilege, and you bet your ass I’m going to use it.” Take away the nigger’s weapon.
See, whether we deny or accept that we have white privilege, it doesn’t matter; the left doesn’t give us a pass if we prove whites don’t have inherent privileges. They will deny all evidence we present to them. We have laws in this country that make it legal to actively discriminate against whites and only whites, and you can tell this to the white-privilege police all you want, but they will still say it: you have white privilege.
So we see that denying it gets us absolutely nowhere.
Well, alright, then let’s accept the premise. Let’s accept that white people are born being treated like royalty. See, if an innocent man gets sentenced to death for a crime he did not commit, he can then commit as many crimes as he wants; he can’t receive any harsher a punishment than what he has already received. (This is assuming that he is free to roam around among the public and that he has no morals.)
Well, whites are charged with the fictional crime of white privilege, so we might as well get some benefit out of it, right? Let’s act privileged and not feel guilty about it, because whether we act like it or not, blacks and limp-wristed whites still charge us with that crime.
So screw it. Damn straight, I have white privilege! And I’m going to take advantage of that, and hopefully blacks will start to think that their African homeland, which does not suffer from white privilege, is a nicer place after all.