Oprah Hosts White Guilt Session: ‘Whiteness Gives You an Advantage No Matter What’

Billionaire Oprah Winfrey hosts a white guilt session explaining why Black people can't succeed and why it is Whitey's fault. Would Oprah be a trillionaire if not for white privilege? How terrible her life has been. Be the first on your block to throw her a pity party. She says if you are white you have the advantage. If that is true, why is Oprah the billionaire and not me? Now, I feel cheated out of my white privilege.

Oprah invited some self loathing white people onto her show so she could praise them for admitting they are racists who made it only because of white privilege.

Oprah said:

There are white people who are not as powerful as the system of white people — the caste system that’s been put in place — but they still, no matter where they are on the rung, or the ladder of success, they still have their whiteness.

[Whites have a] leg up. You still have your whiteness. That’s what the term “white privilege” is. It means that whiteness still gives you an advantage, no matter.

Something is wrong here. I just went on Pawn Stars and they refused to buy my white privilege that everyone says is worth so much.

Emmanuel Acho said whites living a “white” life become “part of the problem”:

Here’s what I told my friends  with their white children. I said, “Y’all live in a white cul-de-sac, in a white neighborhood, in a white city, in a white state. If you were not careful. your children will live their whole life white, and at [the ages of] 26, 27, they’ll end up being a part of the problem, because you just let them and allowed them to live a completely white, sheltered, and culture-less life.


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