Wednesday, September 28, 2022

Life Too Short for Hateful Poople

From a Slate advice column:
Dear Care and Feeding,

My husband and I have been married for 20 years and have three children together. He is a white man, and I’m Hispanic. ...

For example, when I was pregnant with our third child, my mother-in-law said, “You’re too dark to have a blonde baby.” ...

Dear Heartbroken, ...

I make my living by fighting against racism ...

I think it’s completely reasonable to tell your husband that you don’t feel comfortable around your in-laws and you don’t want to ever spend time with them in their house or anywhere else for that matter. I also wouldn’t fault your husband one bit if he chose not to visit his mother as she’s battling cancer. ...

Life is too short to deal with hateful people.

The wife and the advice-giver are the hateful ones here.

The only example of racism was a 15-year-old comment about not having a blonde baby! So they retaliate by letting the mother-in-law die of cancer.

This is weird. Our society takes every little comment a White person makes, and imagines it as some evil insult. Those who are always crying racism are the hateful people.

This may seem trivial, but I see anti-White comments like this everywhere now.

CNN reported last year:

Meghan [Markle] told Oprah Winfrey during her highly anticipated interview Sunday that an unnamed member of the family raised the issue of how dark their unborn baby Archie’s skin would be while she was pregnant.

There were several “concerns and conversations about how dark his skin might be when he was born,” she said, in one of the most stunning revelations from an explosive confessional that will pose problems for the palace. ...

Asked about the claims on Monday, the UK’s Minister for Children, Vicky Ford, said there was “no place” for racism.

This supposedly meant that the British royal family was racist, but there is nothing unusual about in-laws wondering what color the baby will be. It is normal. What is sick and hateful is for Meghan to complain about it on TV. Meghan is a horrible person, with anti-White prejudices.

The term racism has come to mean anti-White. It is rare to hear it used in any other way. And those using the term are doing it to express racial hatred for White people.

NPR Radio had a program on lynchings yesterday, and it tried to give the impression of Whites murdering Blacks. Maybe the professor found some examples of that, but there have been vastly more cases of Blacks committing crimes, violence, and murder against Whites. If Blacks were lynched more, it was because Blacks committed more crimes. NPR may no attempt at racial balance at all. It was anti-White, all the way.


CFT said...

If you want to properly understand the hypocrisy of racism accolytes, just listen to what anyone who identifies as a 'person of color' says about other people of color... overseas and around the world. Please do ask a Korean what they think of the Japanese or vice versa, Or someone from China about Tibet, Or almost any African tribe about some other African tribe they don't get along with.

Some Americans have their heads so far up their woke arses they doesn't even consider the simple fact that the USA is probably the most racially inclusive country on the planet and that the numbers don't lie, non white people move to America in absolutely huge numbers dwarfing all other countries...despite this being a 'fundamentally racist country' according to our precious Grifter in Chief.

Roger said...

Yes, I think White Americans are the least racist people in the world. Almost everyone else is more race conscious, and more actively identifying with their racial and ethnic groups.