Racism in our daily lives 2

Here we have yet another example of non-white privilege:

A $1,000 scholarship …was elected from among about 40 peers in the sessions to have best embodied the program’s ideals of positive attitude and collaboration… particularly kids of minority heritage, who demonstrate ability and interest in technology careers.

This is the cheerful, smiley face of discrimination against whites.  It’s not enough that the recipient’s white colleagues (sure, they threw a Hispanic in the photo for good measure) were deemed “not worthy” of the scholarship (due to their second class status), but they are even made to smile for the camera to showcase it.  What can be more sick than a society, founded by whites, discriminating against whites?  The brainwashing of youngsters into cheerfully submitting to such injustice and making them believe that, somehow, this is a “positive” thing.

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One Response to Racism in our daily lives 2

  1. FrankBD says:

    “…was elected …to have best embodied the program’s ideals of positive attitude and collaboration… particularly kids of minority heritage, who demonstrate ability and interest in technology careers.”

    Because the white would win for the greatest scientific and technical knowledge. This prize was specifically for attitude and collaboration.

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