Earlier this month, celebrity Lena Dunham claimed that a potential extinction of white men would prompt an ‘evolution of better men’.
Of course, as this genocidal insult was leveled at whites rather than blacks, it was deemed acceptable and part of fair discourse.
Now, this same anti- white, bare hatred of Western people, reemerged when ‘celebrated feminist’ Ngozi Adichie, stated; “I am sorry, but if you are a white man, you don’t get to define what racism is.”
In order to excuse these bigoted assertions, the Left often dismiss accusations of anti- white racism, by claiming that as white people have enjoyed structural historic advantages, impacts felt by contemporary casual racism such as; ‘your a white dog’, are less felt.
In truth, no reasonable person could argue that white people have felt the same historic discrimination, as have coloured people throughout the West.
However, no reasonable or well- considered person, is arguing such a thing.
But there is a problem with using the traditional advantages enjoyed by white people, to argue that whites have not, cannot and will not experience discrimination.
Further, whether they be black, white or other, no group in society maintains complete hegemony over discrimination and the capacity to control discussions concerning this subject.
For if it were to be impossible for white people to experience discriminatory hardship wherever they live, what about the plight of whites in Zimbabwe, or South Africa, where they have been driven directly and/ or indirectly from their forefathers lands?
What of the hardships being imposed upon the white women of Europe, who are often raped due to their race, at the hands of thousands of Syrian refugees?
What of the disproportionate black- on white rapes and black- on white crimes in America?
What of the recent unprovoked shooting of 5 Dallas Police officers, thought in part to be motivated by anti- white sentiment?
What of the established quotas in universities and affirmative action in areas of employment, which only African Americans can enjoy?
What of the special advantages in welfare, education, health and idealized notions of culture, that only Indigenous Australians can enjoy?
What of the culture of profoundly shaming Western and white history, without questions or checks being imposed on others?
And what of the discriminatory, unyielding pass given by the media to any person of colour, to spew whatever anti- white, anti- Western diatribe they please, while opposing views are met with such condescension and disdain?
It would be wrong to argue that there are simple solutions to issues of race and related problems.
Thus, it is morally wrong, flawed, and above all else factually incorrect, for blatantly anti- white tirades to be permitted without intellectual, reasoned opposition.
Likewise, pursuing ‘equality’ for racial minorities, should not be confused with the special privileges these groups to some extent enjoy, and continue to chase.