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Subj: Heh, you know Whites perception of white guilt is probably just as difficult for non-whites to grasp
Posted: Mon Nov 02, 2009 at 12:44:52 am EST (Viewed 610 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Why do we percieve so differently?
Posted: Sun Nov 01, 2009 at 11:22:41 pm EST (Viewed 628 times)

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Deborah, you are so right. One of the things that gets me is the phrase "white guilt". I guess using that logic if I stand up for a woman whos rights have been violated then I suffer from man guilt?????!!!!! That is how amazing that is to me. I give credit where credit is due and if it were not for some very brave white people willing to march shoulder to shoulder with blacks for whats right then the civil rights movement would not have had the success that it did.

as a non-whites perception of discrimination is for a white person to grasp.

Anyways white guilt is an unintentional discrimination against white people. In order to promote diversity education wants to emphisize everything good about other cultures/races/religons groups. In order to appear objective they want to give a balance of the good and bad of american/white/christian groups. Add to that the fact that American/White/Christans aren't going to hear about the bad side of thier culture at home, education slants towards the negative to continue balancing things out.

You end up with a system where you are taught bad things about 'your kind' and good things about other people. The down side of this is that a plurality of people end up with white guilt, and you end up with a plurality of people who turn racist as a backlash.

Oh and man guilt is coming. . . it's might actually be here. When you look at the media everyone is afraid of casting anyone other than a white man as the incompitent character.

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