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Bill O'Reilly: Is White Supremacy a REAL Problem in America?
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By continuing to push the idea of white supremacy, the Biden Administration is able to get enough people to agree that they need to overthrow the government built by the Founding Fathers. In doing so, he opens the door for socialist and communist ideals to emerge and take over.
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White Supremacist Links to Law Enforcement Are an Urgent Concern I was an FBI agent who infiltrated white supremacists. Too many local police don’t take the far right seriously — or they actively sympathize with them.  
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This piece originally appeared at the GuardianFor decades, the Federal Bureau of Investigation has routinely warned its agents that the white supremacist and far-right militant groups it investigates often have links to law enforcement.
Yet the justice department has no national strategy designed to protect the communities policed by these dangerously compromised law enforcers. As our nation grapples with how to reimagine public safety in the wake of the protests following the police killing of George Floyd, it is time to confront and resolve the persistent problem of explicit racism in law enforcement.

 I know about these routine warnings because I received them as a young FBI agent preparing to accept an undercover assignment against neo-Nazi groups in Los Angeles, California, in 1992. But you don’t have to take my word for it. A redacted version of a 2006 FBI intelligence assessment, White Supremacist Infiltration of Law Enforcement, alerted agents to “both strategic infiltration by organized groups and self-initiated infiltration by law enforcement personnel sympathetic to white supremacist causes.”

 A leaked 2015 counter-terrorism policy guide made the case more directly, warning agents that FBI “domestic terrorism investigations focused on militia extremists, white supremacist extremists, and sovereign citizen extremists often have identified active links to law enforcement officers.”

 If the government knew that al-Qaida or Isis had infiltrated American law enforcement agencies, it would undoubtedly initiate a nationwide effort to identify them and neutralize the threat they posed. Yet white supremacists and far-right militants have committed far more attacks and killed more people in the U.S. over the last 10 years than any foreign terrorist movement. The FBI regards them as the most lethal domestic terror threat. The need for national action is even more critical.

 In recent years, white supremacists have engaged in deadly rampages in Charleston, South Carolina; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; and El Paso, Texas. More ominously, neo-Nazis obtained radiological materials to manufacture “dirty” bombs in separate cases in Maine in 2009 and Florida in 2017, which were only avoided through chance.

 But in June 2019, when Congressman William Lacy Clay asked the FBI counter-terrorism chief, Michael McGarrity, whether the bureau remained concerned about white supremacist infiltration of law enforcement since the publication of its 2006 assessment, McGarrity indicated he had not read it. Asked more generally about this infiltration, McGarrity said he would be “suspect” of white supremacist police officers, but that their ideology was a First Amendment–protected right.

 The 2006 assessment addresses this concern, however, by summarizing Supreme Court precedent on the issue: “Although the First Amendment’s freedom of association provision protects an individual’s right to join white supremacist groups for the purposes of lawful activity, the government can limit the employment opportunities of group members who hold sensitive public sector jobs, including jobs within law enforcement, when their memberships would interfere with their duties.”

 More importantly, the FBI’s 2015 counter-terrorism policy, which McGarrity was responsible for executing, indicates not just that members of law enforcement might hold white supremacist views, but that FBI domestic terrorism investigations have often identified “active links” between the subjects of these investigations and law enforcement officials.

But its proposed remedy is stunningly inadequate. It simply instructs agents to protect their investigations by using the “silent hit” feature of the Terrorist Screening Center watchlist, so that police officers searching for themselves or their white supremacist associates could not ascertain whether they were under FBI scrutiny.
 Of course, one doesn’t need access to secret FBI terrorism investigations to find evidence of explicit racism within law enforcement. Since 2000, law enforcement officials with alleged connections to white supremacist groups or far-right militant activities have been exposed in AlabamaCaliforniaConnecticutFloridaIllinoisLouisianaMichiganNebraskaOklahomaOregonTexasVirginiaWashington, and West Virginia, among other states.

Research organizations have uncoveredhundreds of federal, state, and local law enforcement officials participating in racist, nativist, and sexist social media activity, which demonstrates that overt bias is far too common. Law enforcement officials actively affiliating with white supremacist and far-right militant groups pose a serious threat to people of color, religious minorities, LGBTQ people, and anti-racist activists.

But the police response to nationwide protests that followed the murder of George Floyd in May 2020, includes a number of law enforcement officers across the country flaunting their affiliation with far-right militant groups. A veteran sheriff’s deputy monitoring a Black Lives Matter protest in Orange County, California, wore patches with logos of the Three Percenters and the Oath Keepers — far-right militant groups that often challenge the federal government’s authority — affixed to his bullet-proof vest.
 

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WHITE PRIVILEGE SHAPES THE U.S.
by Bob Jensen

Here's what white privilege sounds like: I am sitting in my University of Texas office, talking to a very bright and very conservative white student about affirmative action in college admissions, which he opposes and I support.

The student says he wants a level playing field with no unearned advantages for anyone. I ask him whether he thinks that in the United States being white has advantages. Have either of us, I ask, ever benefited from being white in a world run mostly by white people? Yes, he concedes, there is something real and tangible we could call white privilege.

So, if we live in a world of white privilege--unearned white privilege--how does that affect your notion of a level playing field? I ask.He paused for a moment and said, "That really doesn't matter."
That statement, I suggested to him, reveals the ultimate white privilege: the privilege to acknowledge you have unearned privilege but ignore what it means.

That exchange led me to rethink the way I talk about race and racism with students. It drove home to me the importance of confronting the dirty secret that we white people carry around with us everyday: In a world of white privilege, some of what we have is unearned. I think much of both the fear and anger that comes up around discussions of affirmative action has its roots in that secret. So these days, my goal is to talk openly and honestly about white supremacy and white privilege.

 White privilege, like any social phenomenon, is complex. In a white supremacist culture, all white people have privilege, whether or not they are overtly racist themselves. There are general patterns, but such privilege plays out differently depending on context and other aspects of one's identity (in my case, being male gives me other kinds of privilege). Rather than try to tell others how white privilege has played out in their lives, I talk about how it has affected me.

 I am as white as white gets in this country. I am of northern European heritage and I was raised in North Dakota, one of the whitest states in the country. I grew up in a virtually all-white world surrounded by racism, both personal and institutional. Because I didn't live near a reservation, I didn't even have exposure to the state's only numerically significant non-white population, American Indians.
 I have struggled to resist that racist training and the ongoing racism of my culture.

I like to think I have changed, even though I routinely trip over the lingering effects of that internalized racism and the institutional racism around me. But no matter how much I "fix" myself, one thing never changes--I walk through the world with white privilege.
What does that mean?
Perhaps most importantly, when I seek admission to a university, apply for a job, or hunt for an apartment, I don't look threatening. Almost all of the people evaluating me for those things look like me--they are white. They see in me a reflection of themselves, and in a racist world that is an advantage. I smile. I am white. I am one of them. I am not dangerous. Even when I voice critical opinions, I am cut some slack. After all, I'm white.


My flaws also are more easily forgiven because I am white. Some complain that affirmative action has meant the university is saddled with mediocre minority professors. I have no doubt there are minority faculty who are mediocre, though I don't know very many. As Henry Louis Gates Jr. once pointed out, if affirmative action policies were in place for the next hundred years, it's possible that at the end of that time the university could have as many mediocre minority professors as it has mediocre white professors. That isn't meant as an insult to anyone, but is a simple observation that white privilege has meant that scores of second-rate white professors have slid through the system because their flaws were overlooked out of solidarity based on race, as well as on gender, class and ideology.

 Some people resist the assertions that the United States is still a bitterly racist society and that the racism has real effects on real people. But white folks have long cut other white folks a break. I know, because I am one of them.

 I am not a genius--as I like to say, I'm not the sharpest knife in the drawer. I have been teaching full-time for six years, and I've published a reasonable amount of scholarship. Some of it is the unexceptional stuff one churns out to get tenure, and some of it, I would argue, actually is worth reading. I work hard, and I like to think that I'm a fairly decent teacher. Every once in awhile, I leave my office at the end of the day feeling like I really accomplished something. When I cash my paycheck, I don't feel guilty.

 But, all that said, I know I did not get where I am by merit alone. I benefited from, among other things, white privilege. That doesn't mean that I don't deserve my job, or that if I weren't white I would never have gotten the job. It means simply that all through my life, I have soaked up benefits for being white.

I grew up in fertile farm country taken by force from non-white indigenous people. I was educated in a well-funded, virtually all-white public school system in which I learned that white people like me made this country great. There I also was taught a variety of skills, including how to take standardized tests written by and for white people.


 All my life I have been hired for jobs by white people. I was accepted for graduate school by white people. And I was hired for a teaching position at the predominantly white University of Texas, which had a white president, in a college headed by a white dean and in a department with a white chairman that at the time had one non-white tenured professor.

There certainly is individual variation in experience. Some white people have had it easier than me, probably because they came from wealthy families that gave them even more privilege. Some white people have had it tougher than me because they came from poorer families. White women face discrimination I will never know. But, in the end, white people all have drawn on white privilege somewhere in their lives.

Like anyone, I have overcome certain hardships in my life. I have worked hard to get where I am, and I work hard to stay there. But to feel good about myself and my work, I do not have to believe that "merit," as defined by white people in a white country, alone got me here. I can acknowledge that in addition to all that hard work, I got a significant boost from white privilege, which continues to protect me every day of my life from certain hardships.

 At one time in my life, I would not have been able to say that, because I needed to believe that my success in life was due solely to my individual talent and effort. I saw myself as the heroic American, the rugged individualist. I was so deeply seduced by the culture's mythology that I couldn't see the fear that was binding me to those myths.

Like all white Americans, I was living with the fear that maybe I didn't really deserve my success, that maybe luck and privilege had more to do with it than brains and hard work. I was afraid I wasn't heroic or rugged, that I wasn't special.

 I let go of some of that fear when I realized that, indeed, I wasn't special, but that I was still me. What I do well, I still can take pride in, even when I know that the rules under which I work in are stacked in my benefit. I believe that until we let go of the fiction that people have complete control over their fate--that we can will ourselves to be anything we choose--then we will live with that fear.

Yes, we should all dream big and pursue our dreams and not let anyone or anything stop us. But we all are the product both of what we will ourselves to be and what the society in which we live lets us be.

 White privilege is not something I get to decide whether or not I want to keep. Every time I walk into a store at the same time as a black man and the security guard follows him and leaves me alone to shop, I am benefiting from white privilege. There is not space here to list all the ways in which white privilege plays out in our daily lives, but it is clear that I will carry this privilege with me until the day white supremacy is erased from this society.

 Frankly, I don't think I will live to see that day; I am realistic about the scope of the task. However, I continue to have hope, to believe in the creative power of human beings to engage the world honestly and act morally. A first step for white people, I think, is to not be afraid to admit that we have benefited from white privilege. It doesn't mean we are frauds who have no claim to our success. It means we face a choice about what we do with our success.

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Abatjour » 22 Feb 2021, 5:04 am » wrote:  
...The student says he wants a level playing field with no unearned advantages for anyone. I ask him whether he thinks that in the United States being white has advantages. Have either of us, I ask, ever benefited from being white in a world run mostly by white people? Yes, he concedes, there is something real and tangible we could call white privilege.

So, if we live in a world of white privilege--unearned white privilege--how does that affect your notion of a level playing field? I ask.He paused for a moment and said, "That really doesn't matter."
That statement, I suggested to him, reveals the ultimate white privilege: the privilege to acknowledge you have unearned privilege but ignore what it means.
 
 

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This is all a bunch of propaganda Bull ****. I look for supremacists Too. cant find any. Don't know any. Reily is absolutely right on this.
White privilege. same thing. Get the stoopid people worked up in a frenzy. And they lap it up. Hook line and sinker.
Cops with ties.. Ok that might be. I can see that and see why. They're the ones dealing with these hoodlum blacks day in and day out. I would imagine a bit of anger and hatred grows after awhile.

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sootedupCyndi » 22 Feb 2021, 5:19 am » wrote: ...White privilege. same thing. Get the stoopid people worked up in a frenzy. And they lap it up. Hook line and sinker.
 
They're actually being trained to lap it up...

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Coca-Cola accused of telling employees to ‘be LESS WHITE’ in training course by critical race theory peddler DiAngelo

Organizational psychologist Karlyn Borysenko, an activist against so-called critical race theory indoctrination, said on Friday that she obtained copies of the training materials from a whistleblower at Coca-Cola who received an email from management announcing the course. The class is administered online, through the LinkedIn Learning platform, and is entitled “Confronting Racism, with Robin DiAngelo,” a top proponent of critical race theory who offers high-dollar corporate seminars on “whiteness, white fragility” and “racial justice.” She is known to charge up to $40,000 for a half-day talk.

...A spokesperson from Coca-Cola responded to the images later on Friday, all but confirming they were from a company-endorsed seminar to Blaze journalist Chris Pandolfo, though said it was not the main “focus” of its educational program.

The heading for the course indicates that it will cover “understanding what it means to be white,” and “challenging what it means to be racist.” Students are told that “to be less white is to: be less oppressive; be less arrogant; be less certain; be less defensive; be less ignorant; be more humble; listen; believe; break with apathy;” and “break with white solidarity.”

It stands to reason that white people inherently have all those undesirable traits, such as being oppressive, arrogant and defensive. The underlying point of the mandatory training is made all by itself on another slide: “Try to be less white.

 

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sootedupCyndi » 22 Feb 2021, 5:19 am » wrote: This is all a bunch of propaganda Bull ****.
 
Nope. Not according to the facts.
I look for supremacists Too. cant find any. Don't know any. Reily is absolutely right on this.
White privilege. same thing.
Nope. Not according to the many facts. Here is just one of the many: https://www.pbs.org/newshour/nation/fbi ... nforcement
Get the stoopid people worked up in a frenzy. And they lap it up. Hook line and sinker.
Sorry luv, but you gotta use more than just your emotions if you want to make a valid point here.
Cops with ties.. Ok that might be. I can see that and see why. They're the ones dealing with these hoodlum blacks day in and day out. 
Your remarks here simply are not based in, logic, as your stance here assumes that since Blacks committed 32% of all violent crime annually ---then we White people should focus on that, and just disregard the other 68% of violent crime being committing by non-Blacks. 

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Jantje_Smit » 22 Feb 2021, 5:45 am » wrote:  It stands to reason that white people inherently have all those undesirable traits, such as being oppressive, arrogant and defensive. The underlying point of the mandatory training is made all by itself on another slide: “Try to be less white.
Being less White, is not about being less racist. Since loving White Liberals are the ones pushing this narrative, then it should not be about being less White. 

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sootedupCyndi » 22 Feb 2021, 5:19 am » wrote: This is all a bunch of propaganda Bull ****. I look for supremacists Too. cant find any. Don't know any. Reily is absolutely right on this.
White privilege. same thing. Get the stoopid people worked up in a frenzy. And they lap it up. Hook line and sinker.
Cops with ties.. Ok that might be. I can see that and see why. They're the ones dealing with these hoodlum blacks day in and day out. I would imagine a bit of anger and hatred grows after awhile.
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White privilege is not something I get to decide whether or not I want to keep. Every time I walk into a store at the same time as a black man and the security guard follows him and leaves me alone to shop, I am benefiting from white privilege. There is not space here to list all the ways in which white privilege plays out in our daily lives, but it is clear that I will carry this privilege with me until the day white supremacy is erased from this society.

http://www.csun.edu/~sm60012/Jensen-Whi ... rticle.htm
 
 

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Ha ha. Well Enjoy it then and forget about it. It's certainly not something that should concern you in life.  :loco:  I'm sure it really doesn't by the way.

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Jantje_Smit » 22 Feb 2021, 5:45 am » wrote: They're actually being trained to lap it up...

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Coca-Cola accused of telling employees to ‘be LESS WHITE’ in training course by critical race theory peddler DiAngelo

Organizational psychologist Karlyn Borysenko, an activist against so-called critical race theory indoctrination, said on Friday that she obtained copies of the training materials from a whistleblower at Coca-Cola who received an email from management announcing the course. The class is administered online, through the LinkedIn Learning platform, and is entitled “Confronting Racism, with Robin DiAngelo,” a top proponent of critical race theory who offers high-dollar corporate seminars on “whiteness, white fragility” and “racial justice.” She is known to charge up to $40,000 for a half-day talk.

...A spokesperson from Coca-Cola responded to the images later on Friday, all but confirming they were from a company-endorsed seminar to Blaze journalist Chris Pandolfo, though said it was not the main “focus” of its educational program.

The heading for the course indicates that it will cover “understanding what it means to be white,” and “challenging what it means to be racist.” Students are told that “to be less white is to: be less oppressive; be less arrogant; be less certain; be less defensive; be less ignorant; be more humble; listen; believe; break with apathy;” and “break with white solidarity.”

It stands to reason that white people inherently have all those undesirable traits, such as being oppressive, arrogant and defensive. The underlying point of the mandatory training is made all by itself on another slide: “Try to be less white.
If you drink soda switch to Pepsi. ;)  the more they try to influence me to conform, and the more I hear about it, the worse my mouth gets. Makes saying something more fun.

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sootedupCyndi » 22 Feb 2021, 5:57 am » wrote: ... It's certainly not something that should concern you in life.  Image  I'm sure it really doesn't by the way.
I have no control over your, mirages, here upon these scorching NHB desert sands.

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Abatjour » 22 Feb 2021, 5:50 am » wrote: Being less White, is not about being less racist. Since loving White Liberals are the ones pushing this narrative, then it should not be about being less White.
That's an interesting point... sounds logical... but I don't think it's on the list of approved liberal thoughts... so if it isn't about being less racist, what is it about?

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sootedupCyndi » 22 Feb 2021, 6:02 am » wrote: If you drink soda switch to Pepsi. Image  the more they try to influence me to conform, and the more I hear about it, the worse my mouth gets. Makes saying something more fun.
I mostly drink orange juice... because I like the colour.. lol.. but it's hard to escape the woke agenda these days.. and it's true, the more they keep pushing it the more you want to say something politically incorrect.. just to piss them off..

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Abatjour » 22 Feb 2021, 6:10 am » wrote: I have no control over your, mirages, here upon these scorching NHB desert sands.
Oh. I think I see water.. It's over yonder. :wave:  

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Jantje_Smit » 22 Feb 2021, 6:27 am » wrote: I mostly drink orange juice... because I like the colour.. lol.. but it's hard to escape the woke agenda these days.. and it's true, the more they keep pushing it the more you want to say something politically incorrect.. just to piss them off..

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Funny how that works, isn't it. Of course look at that picture right there^^^^^^ bunch of kiss asses. Pelosi. Then I heard most of them needed help getting up. :wah:  

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sootedupCyndi » 22 Feb 2021, 6:36 am » wrote: Funny how that works, isn't it. Of course look at that picture right there^^^^^^ bunch of kiss asses. Pelosi. Then I heard most of them needed help getting up. Image
lol.. I had to laugh when I saw that pic, I saved it in the funny folder.. the kneeling, kente cloths, the sanctimonious faces.. like they really care... and the MSM waxing on about it like it was something special... making black lives really matter...

Something I like to point out to the snowflakes... the senile saviour is doing his best to make EO's great again... in all those EO's he signed there isn't a single one for the BLM cause... but somehow there are EO's to make transgender lives matter....

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Jantje_Smit » 22 Feb 2021, 7:00 am » wrote: lol.. I had to laugh when I saw that pic, I saved it in the funny folder.. the kneeling, kente cloths, the sanctimonious faces.. like they really care... and the MSM waxing on about it like it was something special... making black lives really matter...

Something I like to point out to the snowflakes... the senile saviour is doing his best to make EO's great again... in all those EO's he signed there isn't a single one for the BLM cause... but somehow there are EO's to make transgender lives matter....

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That's another thing too. How many tranny's are there? not many I would guess. Yet they make it seem like its a common thing. Changing women's sports for a few. Gees-us. And the insanity of worrying about it on the first day as Potus. ridiculous.

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sootedupCyndi » 22 Feb 2021, 7:12 am » wrote: That's another thing too. How many tranny's are there? not many I would guess. Yet they make it seem like its a common thing. Changing women's sports for a few. Gees-us. And the insanity of worrying about it on the first day as Potus. ridiculous.
I don't know how many tranny's are out there but as a percentage of the population it's just a rounding error... that's what makes it so insane.. but the senile saviour didn't think of it himself, he was just told to sign it (by Dr. Jill).. and those who think of those EO's aren't really stupid.. but they're evil.. there is an agenda at work here.. transgender lives matter for a reason.. I'm not sure what the reason is but it can't be anything good...

Same thing with training people to be less white, banning racist ice cream (no joke, they really did), rewriting racist history..

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