The truths of the matter

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THERE IS NO white privilege in America. There is black privilege, loads of it.

If two equally qualified people apply for a job, and one is black, the other white, then the black person will get the job. The same applies to university admissions.

This is no systemic racism against blacks, but there is systemic racism against whites. It’s not as dire as the systemic racism against whites that exists today in South Africa and Zimbabwe, due to U.S. population numbers. Be thankful for that.

There was systemic racism against blacks a century ago. But not now.

Black Lives Matter. White Lives Matter too. Ditto for Oriental lives, Latino lives and the lives of American Indians. Buildings and businesses also matter.

Michael Brown was not shot by a white cop while saying, Don’t shoot! Numerous investigations, including by the Obama Justice Department, proved that.

Police shootings of unarmed black men are significantly fewer than police shootings of unarmed white men. The greatest source of violent death faced by blacks in America today come from other black people.

Having one drop of “black blood” labeled you black a century ago, and that put you at a serious disadvantage. Having one drop of “black blood” today still paints you black, and that delivers big advantages. It can catapult you into the White House.

That’s black privilege.

Women are not paid less than men for the same work. Not these days.

There are no more than two sexes.

Multiculturalism and diversity unsettle society.

The party for blacks is the GOP, not the Democrats. See video in comments.

Truth matters.

“A police-free future”

FROM THE Star-Tribune in Minneapolis yesterday:


In their boldest statement since George Floyd’s killing, nine Minneapolis City Council members told a crowd Sunday that they will “begin the process of ending the Minneapolis Police Department.”

“We recognize that we don’t have all the answers about what a police-free future looks like, but our community does,” they said, reading off a prepared statement. “We’re committed to engaging with every willing community member in the City of Minneapolis over the next year to identify what safety looks like for you.”


Those nine members make up a veto-proof majority of the Democrat-dominated Minneapolis City Council.

Steal shoes for justice!

I LIVED IN SANTA MONICA a spell around 1965. I worked in a Beverly Hills car lot, parking the Cadillacs of the One-Percenters, but I didn’t feel resentful. Had I not been so broke, I would have had more fun, maybe even stayed in California.

Perhaps if a rogue cop had killed an unarmed thug on the other side of the country during my time in Santa Monica, I could have easily plundered some stores as payback for that death, and pocketed some moolah.

Or maybe not. I was not raised that way.

Here’s an engaging video about Black Lives Matters “protests” in Santa Monica, which apparently now considers itself a socialist paradise. We did not see ourselves that way when I lived in Santa Monica. It was just a fun beach town.

Katie the truth-teller

AS RIOTERS CONTINUE nightly nincompoopery above the border, and famous people and big businesses pile on as virtue-signalers, here’s a brief video of the lovely, sharp Katie Hopkins with a little logic for you. True, it’s not so interesting — or as long — as my previous video, the one featuring the incredible Candace Owens, but it’s worth your while.

Katie mentions the term BAME. I had never heard it, and perhaps you haven’t either. A little internet sleuthing* uncovered its meaning. Appears to be more of a Brit thing.

Katie is a Brit.

And now back to your regular programming. Who’ll be the first to toss a cinderblock through a window in the name of Justice, or kick an old person to the sidewalk or spit in the face of someone who does not vote the way you do? Don’t be shy now.


Here are Black Lives Matter’s goals, straight from their mouths. Read down to the bottom where it states they want to “disrupt the nuclear family” and “free ourselves from the tight grip of heteronormative thinking,” and “dismantle cisgender privilege.”

Oh, dear.


* Notice I did not say “Google it.” One should never Google anything due to Google’s nefarious censorship of search results. Not to worry. There are alternatives, and better ones at that. I use DuckDuckGo.