Confessions of a white oppressor

I’ve put the video up before, but thought I would couple it with this article by Ammo Girlll at Powerline: meditating on the MARGINALIZED AND UNDERSERVED. Read the whole thing, but this will give you a sense of what you will find if you go to the link.

A few weeks ago, Ann Coulter did an impressive takedown of the monstrous racist grift that is the Build Back Bigoted Bill. Ann found the definition of “underserved” on page 111 of the Rules Committee summary. The bill itself uses the term “underserved” 99 times and the term “underserved community” 19 times. The summary definition set forth for one of the key sections reads: “This section also defines an ‘underserved community’ as a group of people who have been systematically denied the full opportunity to participate in aspects of economic, social and civic life. Underserved communities include Black, Latino, Indigenous and Native American persons, Asian American and Pacific Islanders, other persons of color, etc.”

Boy, that is a powerful lot of underserving. I don’t know what “other persons of color” entails, not even to mention the “etc.” Is that like a Player To Be Named Later? They have already listed Black, Brown, Red and Yellow. What color is left? Puce? Ecru? For sure, not white. We are read out of the bill, if not the human race. Fine. Who needs to be “served”? Whatever they are serving, I’ll pass.

The most racist people in the world today may be the American left with the focus of their racism almost entirely on white people, which most of them are themselves. These people are mentally disturbed.

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  1. This section also defines an ‘underserved community’ as a group of people who have been systematically denied the full opportunity to participate in aspects of economic, social and civic life. Underserved communities include Black, Latino, Indigenous and Native American persons, Asian American and Pacific Islanders, other persons of color, UNVACCINATED, etc.”


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  2. These people are mentally disturbed.

    Even if true, do you think that absolves them?

    Because we would have said the same about the Nazis or Stalinists or Pol Pot.

    No, it doesn’t absolve them.

    And we need to stop attributing evil to mental illness.

    Ordinary, sane human beings are capable of evil.

    It was that realistic belief that informed many facets of Western civilisation, and not just the dispensation of justice.


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  3. PeterW;

    When we put the Bull in with the Cows, what he does it commonly called “serving”.

    I think you’ll find, Peter, it’s called ‘servicing’.
    A waitress serves your meal.
    If you take her home for a little horizontal folk dancing, that is ‘servicing the servant girl’.
    Yeah, I know – it get’s complicated.


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  4. “MARGINALIZED AND UNDERSERVED. “

    OK, so make the subsidies/payments/whatever class based instead – sure if there was/is a racist component, then said “discriminated” people(s) will be over-represented in the “lower classes” and so get looked after in greater numbers.
    Completely non-racist and needs based – what could be fairer than that?
    Otherwise, Morgan Freeman gets a subsidy while Joe Dirt gets nothing – that would clearly be racist, right?

    Problem is: it’s a language thing. “Anti-racist” & “Antifa” are both “anti” in the “reverse” meaning, not the “against” meaning.


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  5. Winston,
    I believe Peter is correct, as you are also. You have the deeds a little mixed.

    When a cow, mare, ewe etc are placed with the bull, stallion, ram, they are said to be “served”.

    When you sell the right to be served, it called a “service”. When advertising your bull, stallion, ram, you are selling a service. ie, Champion Angus Bull, $2,000 per service. Cows can be served early January. This is just a basic synopsis of any ad. Well, at least it used to be when I was into breeding horses and cattle.


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  6. Sorry to have gone off topic Steve. We are very fortunate to have people like Anne Coulter to dig around in the dirt so that we may get some sense of what we ordinary sods are up against. Also fortunate to have you in our corner.


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  7. As I’ve being saying for yonks, you can’t fix racism with obsessions about race.

    I should add – let alone actual racism. Imagine if, instead of just wanting land and shit, Europeans embarked on a purely racist quest against non-europeans.

    Well, that’s precisely what white people could face next century, if not before. At the current rate, America will implode, Europe will go down the corruption gurgler, leaving whatever’s left of Oz a satellite of China. Even with Asian allies, being the white trash of Aida would be a shit place to be if there was a free for all on white people. These pricks will be long dead.


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  8. “The most racist people in the world today may be the American left …”

    May? May??

    In any case, the left here is not much better – after 30+ years of “self determination”, where the Aboriginal industry has had NO oversight on spending billions of tax-payer dollars, they are still claiming it is not enough. Has anyone produced the evidence that handing out cash with no strings attached has resulted in “better” outcomes? No – because it hasn’t.
    Even pointing this out is “racist”, apparently.

    No, I am NOT sorry for racism that existed before I was born – I regret that it happened, in much the same way I regret the Holocaust, but I will not apologise for what I did not do and had no chance to oppose. In fact, I am proud that those who came before me saw the injustice of it and made it illegal.

    “Systemic racism” – really? Please point out to me a single law, rule, regulation or social advantage to being racist and I will stand beside you to condemn it – even though you will not do the same when the tables are turned and I am the one at a disadvantage. Which of us is the racist?


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  9. Ontario court says math teachers no long have to pass Math Proficiency Test (MPT) (because some ‘racial’ candidates have difficulty passing it).

    Let’s break this down.

    “The evidence points to significant disparities in success rates of standardized (teacher) testing based on race, including statistical evidence of racial disparities with respect to the MPT specifically. “

    OK. So prospective teachers of some race(s) have difficulty passing standard math certification.

    “There is an under-representation of racialized teachers in Ontario schools. Racialized students benefit from being taught by racialized teachers. The deleterious effects of the MPT on racialized teacher candidates who have been disproportionately unsuccessful on
    the test outweigh its benefits”

    So, more ‘racialized’ teachers are needed because students of some race(s) benefit from being taught math by ‘racialized’ teachers, even if those teachers can’t pass the math certification test themselves (yep, a self licking ice cream cone but at least the race angle is covered so the kids won’t feel oppressed by whitey’s math).

    Ah, but the learned court must have a solution to this dilemma right? Indeed – Get rid of the teacher math certification requirement.

    “The Ontario College of Teachers shall grant certification to teacher candidates who have not passed the Mathematics Proficiency Test (or shall grant full certification
    in the case of teacher candidates whose certification is conditional on passing the
    Mathematics Proficiency Test) but who have otherwise met all other certification
    requirements.”

    Ontario judicial precedent seems to have been set that any teacher qualification requirement that don’t make allowance(s) for race is now deemed unconstitutional.
    The whole thing is a mass of totally distorted reasoning and child-like logic driven by wokeism.


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