Well, that's what the University of Wisconsin is going to be shoving down their student's throats.
Apparently students are going to be taught that systems and institutions are set up for Whites and as such are “unfair".
So much for building people up - much easier to tear them down - especially White people - and justify it somehow, eh Liberals?
It's also apparently difficult to see racism when you're White.........but, let's turn that statement around and say that it's hard to see anything BUT racism if you're Black or a non-White Hispanic. That statement isn't so PC now, eh self-loathing Liberals?
But, White tax money is just fine to pay for all the entitlements that Blacks receive, no?
Whites are okay to build up a nation into one of the greatest, and then destroy itself by pandering to these same Black people who have proven that they are still to drag themselves up to White levels - either because they aren't able to, or they're too lazy to.
How many trillions have been spent trying to uplift and educate these eternally ungrateful people? How many trillions have been paid in guilt money to make these Black people shut up and stop their whining and do their part for the country? And it's STILL not enough to appease them. No, Liberals are never satisfied with their work.
No, they still have to destroy and demoralise the American White population a bit more. They're not happy with the pace of destruction, and what better place to further destroy White culture than at universities, colleges and schools where the young malleable minds are on a platter to be indoctrinated? Where these White students are too scared to deviate from what they're taught by unionised teachers and lecturer's?
You know, the world is still going to look at the Apartheid model and think, why didn't we think of that? Look at all the trouble we sit with trying to force all the different races and cultures into one big family. It CLEARLY doesn't work. Whites are hen-pecked by their own and other disgruntled races into feeling that they're not worthy of anything - they are to be ashamed of not only their race, but their accomplishments over the centuries. All so that those races which are INFERIOR and have never amounted to much can feel better and not like victims anymore. So much easier to bring down Whites than force non-Whites up.
Well, here's my lily-White ass - you may kiss it anyway you see fit.
The University of Wisconsin – Superior (UWS) is sponsoring a campaign that teaches students it is “unfair” to be white, a university spokesperson confirmed to Campus Reform last Wednesday.
The controversial project, named the “Unfair Campaign,” exists to teach students that “systems and institutions are set up for us [whites]” and as such are “unfair.” The campaign’s slogan, as it appears on its official website, is “it’s hard to see racism when you’re White.”
The project disseminates its controversial message through an aggressive campaign of online videos, billboards, and lectures.
Posters produced by the group feature a number of Caucasians with slogans like “is white skin really a fair skin?” sharpied on their faces.
The campaign was initially sponsored by the University of Minnesota – Duluth (UMD), but the school dropped their partnership and labeled the campaign “divisive” and “alienating” after a Campus Reform investigation brought unwanted national attention to the school.
Lynn Williams, a spokeswoman for UWS, told Campus on Wednesday UWS does not “exactly” share UMD’s concerns.
The school is using the campaign as an “opportunity on our campus to talk about all privilege and to create conversation,” she told Campus Reform.
“We really felt that this was an opportunity for the campus and the neighboring community to learn and to grow together,” Williams added.
Williams added UWS has held a number of “diversity dialogues” in conjunction with the Unfair Campaign and said that a number of professors have discussed the project in their classrooms.
The university has several events planned for the future and is not considering dropping its sponsorship, she added.