Monday, June 6, 2016

Dartmouth, Yale, Harvard: Black Privilege

Via comment by Quartermain on Useful idiots

 Berry Library at Dartmouth: not a "safe space" for white students, assaulted by "Black Lives Matter" demonstrators in November. Credit:

Living as a white guy in America after having grown up elsewhere, I must say, I don’t see much ill-will towards blacks among my fellow whites. There are traces of it, I know; I read the comment threads. The vast majority of white Americans, however, wish no harm to blacks, nor any restriction of their civil rights. I never hear that from people I mix with, and I mix with all sorts. What I do hear is a constant, steady, undercurrent of resentment, expressed in guarded tones for fear of the t aboo enforcers — resentment of what you can only call black privilege.

You know what I mean: the Affirmative Action slots and set-asides, the excuses and free passes, the mealy-mouthed newspaper reports about “the robber was a tall man in his thirties,” all that.

You don’t file your taxes, you end up in jail; Al Sharpton doesn’t file his taxes, he’s invite d to the White House. Black privilege.


  1. The same with the West Point graduation ceremony. One
    would think only three black women graduated because
    that is all one saw.

    1. I'm not knowledgeable of how many, but I do remember posting something on them before. It may a have been a black power salute.

  2. No, this pic wasn't the black power salute pic. Saw it
    on ABC Nightly News, racist as it is.

    1. I can't find my post, but it was concerning this.