October 30, 2015
Gavin McInnes on Halloween — and ‘black failure, white guilt’ (BONUS #video)
Gavin McInnes writes:
So why are we not allowed to question these rules, and why are there so many of them? The short answer is: black failure white guilt. This albatross around our necks is what drives most of the narrative. It’s the same reason the media is playing a loop of an angry cop dragging a black girl out of her desk when we’d never see that clip if the races or genders were any other combination. The dogma is: Blacks aren’t doing well in today’s society ergo slavery and white privilege are to blame and we all need to be constantly checking ourselves before we wreck ourselves. The (mostly white) liberal elites love the blame game because it enables them to tell other people how to behave, how to talk, what to wear, how to party, and what to wear to your party. The problem is, blacks tend to be bored by such academic minutiae. They don’t want to play this stupid game, so the Marxist academics have recruited Asians and Mexicans and Indians and demand they get aboard the hate train. (…)
Europeans have America-themed parties all the time. They serve burgers and “popcorns” and drink out of red Solo cups. The way the thought police talk, you’d think it was a “Death to America” conference held by ISIS. It’s not. It’s a silly tribute with little or no thought behind it.