When they say that they want us to give up our “privilege,” they mean our culture, our identity, our very existence. For example, consider the college brainwashing exercise entitled “Experiencing Discrimination—The ‘Scavenger Hunt,’” recently imposed at Aurora University in the course “Social and Applied Psychology” by Professor Renae Franiuk:
The assignment asked students to scour a local shopping mall or “Big Box” store for “examples of dominant group privilege” in children’s toys, greeting cards, hair care products, and more in order to “illustrate the everyday difficulties that people in marginalized groups may encounter when they do something as simple as shopping.”
“Find as many of the following items in the store/mall as you can,” the assignment prompts students, first asking them to look for “a Barbie or Ken doll that is not white” and to “note the approximate [percentage] of dolls meeting this requirement.”
Similarly, the assignment requires students to search for “a picture frame containing a ‘filler picture’ of an African American, East Asian, South Asian, Latino/a person, inter-racial couple, or same-sex couple” and again “note the approximate [percentage] of pictures meeting this requirement.”
Coming from cultural Marxists, the word “requirement” has an ominous feel to it.
Why do you suppose that a country created by and mainly populated by Europeans and their descendants would produce more Caucasian than Chinese or African Barbie dolls? If you are trying to pass a college course, the correct answer is RACISM.
A more difficult question is: Why do our institutions of higher learning go to such lengths to instill a sense of shame over the fact that American civilization exists?
On a tip from Sterling B.