It's no surprise, then, that white privilege apologist Sally Kohn continues to preach her nonsense. After all, you'll never meet a cult member who knows she is a cult member.
(See Kenn's Law #14.)
White privilege is a psychological lever utilized by cultural Marxism to infect our minds with the guilt virus; a malady that is best cured by rational thinking. The word was concocted as a palatable synonym for bourgeois.
It's also a racist pejorative.
Kohn makes her case for white privilege, stating that we're all born with it. The CNN commentator's views were published in the Washington Post and alluded to by DailyKenn.com last week.
Indeed there has been at least one study that confirms that white people are born bigots. That study, no doubt, was precluded (Kenn's Law #8) and funded with a government grant, compliments of 'white privileged' tax payers.
• The concept of white privilege emerged as a concession when the predatory left was forced to acknowledge the disparity gap between people groups was more than sociological; it is inherent.
White people tend to be innovative. That fact is made evident by virtually every convenience that enhances the lives of humanity. Cultural Marxism attempts to demonize white innovation by slapping it with the 'white privilege' label and, thereby, imposing guilt.
• Because white innovation is genetic, it cannot be redistributed through sociological methods. That is, if wealth were redistributed equally today, tomorrow white people would still have a penchant for innovation. The only means to redistribute DNA is through cross breeding.
Meanwhile we suspect that Kohn lives in a white, Jim Crowish community where she is not obligated to redistribute her privilege.
Instead, she redistributes her nonsense.
• So why do highly intelligent white people allow their minds to be infected with the 'white privilege' doctrine?
Answer: The same reason white people allow themselves to be deluded by any other religious cult.
• The inherent problem with cultist lies is that we 'act out' our beliefs.
(See Kenn's Law #15.)
That is, our actions and words are predicated by our beliefs.
When people believe the wrong things, they say and do wrong things.
When people believe dumb things, they say and do dumb things.
Kohn's op-ed is evidence of that fact.
It was also made evident last week when a college student who was mugged by a black thug excused the attack, citing his white privilege.
Cult brainwashing makes us behave in the most peculiar manners.
Attempting to reason with a convert to the 'white privilege' cult is maddening. It's no different than reasoning with any other cult member.
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