h/t to Saboteur
Youtube video below my commentary.
This is soul warfare against children, clipping their wings from childhood.
When I was a child, the worst thing in the world was to be a rich snob. Movies like Caddyshack promoted this meme, showing rich snobs (Elmer Fudds) to be hapless bigots and fools, outsmarted by an updated Bugs Bunny, played by Jackie Mason and then Rodney Dangerfield.
The USA of the 70’s and 80’s in a rural, dying mill town in the north was a mix of hippie ideology, blue collar resentment, and artificial drama, with TV and Movies as the great Moral and Theological Authority. Less cultured people create drama and conflict where none need exist, that often lead to physical confrontation and even murder, just out of boredom. Also, the society of my childhood was very much poisoned by mass media — by the aforementioned movies and TV and pop music. The first time I saw a KISS album, back in the 70’s, I was shocked and disgusted at the sight of the sinister clowns in black leather, and their music revolted me.
Any kind of guilt put on children creates a fake conflict for them, and diverts their life path from its True North. When I was in my 20’s, I realized that there was a more real and more important conflict in the world, and the fake conflicts of the society of my childhood should be discarded. The people who loomed so large over me, who seemed to be the great arbiters of morality, grew up to be very ordinary people who were at best, neutral to me.
The whole white privilege concept is the rich snob updated.
Today’s children have a real conflict in front of them — how are they going to make a living at all? Many are going to figure out that they wasted much of their life on this fake white privilege nonsense, and now they are behind the eight ball. Had they never been diverted from their True North, they could have gotten a much earlier start on real accomplishment.
I believe this is how we frame an attack on white privilege — namely, you got real problems to deal with.