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Interesting take on Black Privilege

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Below is a copy and paste, not my own words.

But i found it interesting reading and worthy of kennel discussion.



BLACK PRIVILEGE – How It Works The great Martin Luther King said, “I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the colour of their skin, but by the content of their character.” How disappointed Martin Luther King would be today if he could see how white-majority skinned people, who identify as black, have unashamedly hijacked the culture and welfare of darker skinned people for their own social, political and financial benefits. It’s called ‘Black Privilege’ - more prevalent and sinister than ‘White Privilege’. When you consider the privileges bestowed on those who identify as ‘black’, is it any wonder so many mostly light-skinned folk choose to jump on the ‘Black Privilege’ gravy train? Identifying as a black person means you don’t have to work, but rather to rest on the sweat of others for your selected lazy lifestyle. Around $36 Billion is spent on aboriginals annually, including child protection services (30%) for around 3% of the population. The total welfare budget is around $190 Billion. So 3% of the population receives a whopping 18% of the welfare budget. That’s Black Privilege. These largely white skinned people are often seen at rallies, demanding non-aboriginals who have worked long hours to save a deposit for a block of land or a house surrender that land to them because these people claim it to be ‘stolen land’, despite nobody today stealing any land from anyone today. That’s Black Privilege. They demand special recognition in the Constitution, despite more than 120 other races residing in Australia. That’s Black Privilege. They demand a voice in Parliament even though there already are democratically elected Members of Parliament in all major parties representing the ‘voice’ of just 3% of the population. That’s Black Privilege. They demand and receive special employment status, where only aborigines can apply for certain jobs (no whites allowed) or use certain rooms (no whites allowed) which if reversed, would rightly be called out as workplace discrimination. Employers are paid wage subsidies to hire aborigines, funded largely by taxes from hard working non-aborigines, not available for the hiring of non-aborigines. That’s Black Privilege. Aboriginal white activists demand non-aboriginals ‘Close the Gap’ while they create division by demanding special status, treatment and benefits not available to non-aborigines. That’s Black Privilege. Mostly white activist aboriginals demand ‘Reconciliation’ underpinned by a national ‘Reconciliation Plan’, while actively plotting to create national ‘Segregation’. That’s Black Privilege. Mostly white activists demanded we change the name from Ayers Rock to Uluru, then banned non-aboriginals from climbing the rock. Non aboriginals again were treated as second class citizens. That’s Black Privilege. There are countless more examples of Black Privilege. Have a look at the people driving these divisive agendas. What do you notice? They’re largely of white majority skin tone. Many are far from being true aborigines. They jump on the benefits of being aboriginal, because it means they don’t have to work for a living. There’s an American proverb that says, ‘The squeaky wheel gets the oil’, embraced by lazy Australian white activists. The louder they shout, the more rallies they attend, the bigger the banners, the more money the government throws at them. That’s Black Privilege. The pendulum has swung so much the other way, that Martin Luther King’s historic words now read, “My four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the content of their character, but by the colour of their skin.” This is not a reflection on the true aborigines, the majority black indigenous of Australia. Many do not have the sophistication or aspiration to rip off the system. They are true to their aboriginal roots and cultures. The whiter the blood, the more cunning and sinister the motivation to live off their ‘black identity’. That means never having to lift a finger to do an honest day’s work in exchange for an honest day’s pay. That’s Black Privilege. So what is White Privilege? White Privilege is studying hard for long hours to qualify for a job, so you can sweat to earn enough money to pay for property which Black Privilege then demands is theirs so you can hand to them for free. No. Hang on. That’s Black Privilege.
 
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