Saturday, November 13, 2010

Atlanta Whites Can’t Get Enough of Tim Wise!

By Blacked Out
November 10, 2010

(NS: Of late, increasing numbers of my readers have blessed me with excellent and, at times, brilliant contributions. The following, hilarious take was posted as a comment, but demanded to be rescued from the comments ghetto.)

Don’t expect anyone in Atlanta to worry much that Tim Wise will be in town tomorrow to spew his toxic and virulent anti White hate speech, paid for by Georgia’s White Taxpayers.

Atlanta’s White Humanity is so cowering that it actually embraces Diversity, and they probably would worry most if Tim Wise wasn’t coming.

"Yes, I'm glad that Ga Tech is having their Diversity Week, but shouldn't we be concerned that it only lasts one week and not all semester? And Tim Wise will be here for only one engagement. That is cause for grave concern. He should be here on a regular basis and leading mandatory anti-racism seminars for the all White fraternities and sororities who have never shown a commitment to Diversity. We have much more work to do, and Tim Wise is the right man to help us begin the healing as we address our unfinished business."

Atlanta Whites put Obama stickers on their cars, not as a cynical deception, but because they really do consider being ruled nationally by KenyaObamaVoodoo as “historic social progress,” and it helps them psychologically compensate themselves for willingly living in a city ruled by corrupt, indolent, and vindictive blacks. Atlanta’s Whites are miserable, and they even consider their fragile condition as Progress, or Equality, or Restorative Justice, or “Vibrant, Safe, Diverse,” or the right thing to do, or our pressing forward with our unfinished business, or increasing the intensity, or compassion, or kindness, or helping the less fortunate, or sharing the sacrifice, so the underprivileged can have their chance, or overcoming our shameful and racist past, etc., until oblivion...

Never trust an Atlanta Whitey to be a Race Realist. They wouldn’t live in Atlanta, if they were. Former Atlanta residents are Race Realists.

But on occasion, you get a glimmer of hope, such as when you meet a White nursing intern from Emory who has just spent her first week at the very urban, very pathological, very blackness Grady Hospital: "I wasn't a racist before I came to work here."

My heart sang for joy when I heard that!

2010 Diversity Week Keynote: Tim Wise

“Tim Wise is among the most prominent anti-racist writers and educators in the United States. Wise has spoken in 49 states, on more than 600 college campuses, and to community groups across the nation. He is the author of five books, including his latest, ‘Colorblind: The Rise of Post-Racial Politics and the Retreat from Racial Equity.’”

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