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.
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