The Un-Fair Campaign has launched an ad campaign arguing that white people benefit from unearned advantages. The ad reminds white people of this unfair advantage in an effort to combat racism. In particular watch the slogans painted on faces and make your own mind up about those people’s minds and the minds of the campaign managers:
Scott Ott summing up at the end:
The Unfair Campaign is a racist endeavour, all the more wicked because it masquerades as kindness. It says: “Don’t judge a man by the content of his character but by the colour of his skin.” It denigrates the people it pretends to help because it sends the message that any difficulties or failures in their lives have nothing to do with them as persons but are caused by massive societal tides whose forces they are helpless to resist.
In other words – you’re doomed, it’s someone else’s fault. The Unfair Campaign also tries to foster irreconcilable guilt for the sin of inherited pigmentation.
When the scales fall from the eyes of half the people of this society and they see that the greatest racists have been those who have gone on about it so vociferously, to the point of making the indigenous feel a deep sense of abiding guilt about themselves, then the society might have taken the first step to coming back from the abyss.
When feminists go on about women’s rights, they are the sexists. When the left goes on about racism and require you to list your race on forms, they are the racists.