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Blaming blacks for every crime ends white man’s guilt

by | 12th, April 2012

IN a story that cynically name checks the dead black teenager Trayvon Martin, the Daily Caller’s Mike Judge talks about how a stolen bike ended his “white guilt”:

My white guilt died on Good Friday, April 6, 2012. That was the day my bike got stolen.

Who stole the bike when Judge was at the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, D.C.? Who struck on Black Friday?

…I knew that the odds were very high that a black person had taken my bike…

…I decided that I’m just going to let go of my white guilt. We’re all human, we all experience pain in our lives. And black pain is no different than white pain. It felt good to say it: Black pain is no different than white pain. I’m tired of people using the moral authority of past generations for their own personal gain and self-aggrandizement.

But if you can make an article out of your own prejudices, then not all personal gains from [past pain might be so bad.

From, Berlin, our man writes that he has just lost his pen and is pretty sure the thief was a light-fingered Jew. He now feels lot better, is ready to shed his German guilt and to treat Jews like gypsies and other thieving scum…



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