Why white people seek black privilege

Why white people seek black privilege
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With Milo Yiannopoulos’ shocking report that Black Lives Matter activist Shaun King is in fact white – according to Yiannopoulos, quoting blogger Vicki Page, “King is white and has been lying about his ethnicity for years” – taboo questions now arise about the nature of race in America.

King, of course, isn’t the first leading black activist with no black biological background:Rachel Dolezal, former head of the Spokane, Washington NAACP and adjunct professor of African-American studies at Eastern Washington, turned out to be a white woman.

However, King was a key figure in the same movement that now runs the Democratic Party, using the tools of racial victimhood and division to leverage power.


Victim status is treasured in America, and black skin guarantees automatic victim status thanks to America’s history.


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