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    Ben Shapiro Reads ‘White Guilt’ Troll Letter Sent to New York Times

    Ben Shapiro Reads ‘White Guilt’ Troll Letter Sent to New York Times

    “I’m riddled with shame. White shame.”

    Ben Shapiro has taken his show on a live tour. This week, he performed in Dallas before a huge and appreciative crowd. During one segment of the show, he addressed a letter which was recently sent to the New York Times which clouded the line between parody and reality.

    The letter, which was written by someone using the name “Whitey” is excerpted below:

    How Can I Cure My White Guilt?

    Dear Sugars,

    I’m riddled with shame. White shame. This isn’t helpful to me or to anyone, especially people of color. I feel like there is no “me” outside of my white/upper middle class/cisgender identity. I feel like my literal existence hurts people, like I’m always taking up space that should belong to someone else.

    I consider myself an ally. I research proper etiquette, read writers of color, vote in a way that will not harm P.O.C. (and other vulnerable people). I engage in conversations about privilege with other white people. I take courses that will further educate me. I donated to Black Lives Matter. Yet I fear that nothing is enough. Part of my fear comes from the fact that privilege is invisible to itself. What if I’m doing or saying insensitive things without realizing it?

    Another part of it is that I’m currently immersed in the whitest environment I’ve ever been in. My family has lived in the same apartment in East Harlem for four generations. Every school I attended, elementary through high school, was minority white, but I’m now attending an elite private college that is 75 percent white. I know who I am, but I realize how people perceive me and this perception feels unfair.

    Here is part of the response to Whitey’s letter:


    Steve Almond: Shame and anger are powerful emotions, Whitey. And yet your central struggle is around identity. You write that you don’t know your place. In fact, your letter describes your place as a kind of prison cell of privilege. What you really feel is trapped within an identity that marks you, inescapably, as an oppressor. This feeling is especially acute right now, I suspect, because you’re suddenly immersed in a milieu that reflects your privilege back to you. We do live in a culture steeped in white supremacy and class bigotry, as well as patriarchal values. But the solution to this injustice isn’t to wallow in self-hatred.

    Watch Ben’s dramatic reading of the letter. He indicates early on that this letter was likely written to troll the Times.

    A Twitter user who goes by the name Titania McGrath is taking credit for the letter:

    The brilliance of the letter is that it’s not hard to imagine some progressive college student actually writing it. We’ve reached the point where it’s difficult to tell what’s parody.

    Featured image via YouTube.


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    Elzorro | August 18, 2018 at 12:43 pm

    There is only one solution to the curse of being white and having white priviledge. Hari Kari is the honorable way out. There is no way to get rid of your white priviledge. You are guilty by birth.

    The bad part is that they really believe this Social Justice stuff. it is such nonsense that at first I thought it was just a leftist trick but it appears they really do buy it.

      healthguyfsu in reply to Elzorro. | August 18, 2018 at 1:00 pm

      Ironically, they derive far too much purpose and self-worth from this masochistic groveling to grant us the dignity and mercy of fleeing the gene pool with prejudice.

    Jew privilege yesterday, White privilege today, and Asian privilege in progress, justify the progress of diversity (i.e. color judgments including guilt by association), inherited guilt (through lineage and color), and self-flagellation to become “woke.”

    Strikes me a bit like Milo, a performer who displays such extravagant behavior you can’t tell if it’s an act or for real.

    That doesn’t mean we can’t laugh at it, though.

    LiL Benji Shapiro

    The little nasally Richard Dreyfus sounding parseltongue champ, and #NeverTrump chump from the very beginning, who recently loudly and proudly proclaimed that ABC was right to “dump Roseanne” for one lame tweet, and Disney/Marvel should have never fired pedo James Gunn for years worth of ‘vile old jokes’ and Pedophile Theme Parties.

    All the credibility of a self-serving backstabber who feigns fealty to the Right for cash money and constantly chooses poorly.

    Arminius | August 18, 2018 at 5:47 pm

    Titiania, if that is you name, it’s good on you because it comes from a chick. If it’s not your name, double plus secret double plus probation good.

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