I Appropriated the Culture of Krypton Once. I Looked Silly.


 The Daily Wire, and the Whole Internet notices that the New York Times asks the important questions of the day:
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In the end, the NYT could only find one person — a college professor, of course — to give them just a bit of satisfaction on the issue.

Brigitte Vittrup of Texas Women’s College told the Times that any parent allowing their child to dress up as Black Panther must, at least, discuss with them the concept of privilege. “White people have the privilege of not constantly being reminded of their race in the United States, where white is the majority, whereas as a black person you don’t,” she said.

When western culture crumbles from sheer stupidity, it’s this kind of stuff that will be considered the early warning signs.

 

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4 Responses to I Appropriated the Culture of Krypton Once. I Looked Silly.

  1. onwyrdsdream says:

    “Brigitte Vittrup of Texas Women’s College told the Times that any parent allowing their child to dress up as Black Panther must, at least, discuss with them the concept of privilege.”

    Okay, I’ll give it a go.

    “You see, back in merry old England, there were these people called Kings and Nobility who had certain privileges that ordinary people didn’t. Then we came here and eventually founded this country, giving up on the concept, as much as was possible. Of course, there were such things as slavery and different rights for men and women in the beginning. We’ve worked hard, and for the most part, all of those things are in the past, and any legacy is fading away, with most of the difference between groups coming down to their interests and physical abilities. I won’t say the interests aren’t influenced by anything else, but recently, there have been several examples of people of every station getting any roll they were physically able to do. When in recent memory the Secretary of State was a black woman and the president was a black man, there is very little that is out of the reach of anyone, because of who they are.”

    “Progressives have been trying to bring it back the whole concept of class, where certain people SHOULD have privileges that others don’t. Normally with the excuse that these people lack certain privileges, which is of course, bunk. Really, they’re just using that complaint to generate privilege for their own interests. It’s called Critical theory, honey. And realize that while it is critical, it isn’t a theory. It’s just a load of crap. They’re trying to privilege themselves, but we won’t let them. So when you grow up, you can be anything you want to be, be it the President or an electrician. Let’s avoid being a bum if possible. Superheros aren’t real, but if they were ever to become a reality, if you have the aptitude, I don’t see why you couldn’t become one in whatever fashion you liked, if you put in effort. Don’t let anyone tell you you can’t be something because of your skin color. Even if you’re black. Even if you’re white.”

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  2. onwyrdsdream says:

    And, yeah. If the character is an alien should everyone get the privilege speech?

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  3. JorgXMcKie says:

    Personally, I’m getting pretty tired of non-White-Americans appropriating denim jeans. They should cut it out now.

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  4. And only rich white kids can wear Iron Man masks.
    Only white kids who have been injected with super serum and slept in ice for 75 years can wear a Captain America mask.
    Only dudes who have been hit with a massive blast of gamma rays can wear a Hulk mask.

    GTFOOH.

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