White Hating Educators Propagandize Vulnerable Students With “White Privilege” Posters

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White Hating Educators Propagandize Vulnerable Students With “White Privilege” Posters

Cultural Marxist “educators” are trying to brain tenderize students to accept the massive Third World invasion and special treatment for a host of minorities. One way to do that is to go on the offensive. Lest students notice that their country is being taken away from them and begin to feel angry, educators counter by saying that they are in the wrong; that they have something called “White privilege”. So the bad guys become Whites, heterosexuals, Christians and, worst of all, White Christian males.
About a year ago, I was in Calgary at a sports bar. I got talking to the waiter, a good looking young man who hailed from Ottawa. I asked him about himself. He told me he got a university degree in Ottawa and had wanted to join the police force. However, he wasn’t accepted. “They weren’t looking for people like me,” he said. I asked him to elaborate. He said: “Well, the wrong sex and colour. I guess it’s White privilege.” I heard no hint of irony. He seemed to actually believe that, because he had this “White privilege” thing, he somehow deserved to be a waiter.
I said: “Do you hear what you’re saying? White privilege. You lost out BECAUSE you were White!” I saw the lights go on. For the first time, he saw himself as the victim this minorities-loving system has made of him.
The NATIONAL POST (March 8, 2018) reveals the latest assault on White, heterosexual Christians
Paul Fromm

Canadian schools facing blowback for ‘white privilege’ awareness campaigns

Both a B.C. school district and an Ontario university ran poster campaigns trying to make students aware of their privilege

‘Check your privilege’ posters at UOIT in Oshawa.Jack Boland/Toronto Sun/Postmedia Network

Two Canadian educational institutions this week faced blowback for campaigns intended to highlight the racial “privilege” of students.

The University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT) put up posters encouraging students to “check their privilege” using a list of privileges such as “Christian,” “White,” “Heterosexual” and “Male.”

Meanwhile, B.C.’s School District 74 put up posters featuring school administration officials highlighting their own encounters with racism and privilege.

In one, district superintendent Teresa Downs stands next to a quote reading, “I have unfairly benefitted from the colour of my skin. White privilege is not acceptable.”

In another, district principal of Aboriginal education Tammy Mountain appears next to the quote, “I have felt racism. Have you?”

In the case of UOIT, the posters appear to have been quickly taken down after attracting online scorn.

“I fit the bill for almost every single category yet the promoters have no idea whether or not I’ve had ‘unearned access to social power’ because of this,” wrote one critic on the Facebook page of UOIT Student Life, the department that created the posters. …

In B.C., meanwhile, a local CBC report quoted Kansas Field Allen, a parent who had taken to Facebook to complain that by encouraging students to be extra cognizant of racial identity, the School District 74 posters were sowing racial division.

“I’d say 95 per cent of the people are in favour of having the posters taken down, and that’s from all races,” she said.

Online discussions of the posters quickly descended into ugliness. One pro-poster commenter was targeted by private messages reading “it’s hilarious when you talk about white privilege when you walk around with a status card.”

Field Allen, in turn, reported being berated for raising “white racist children.”