Over the past year or so, I’ve been learning to see myself as a white person rather than “just a person, like everybody else.”
People aren’t scared of me when I’m tan, they compliment me.
White people have feelings, too.
White power, healthy white power, is a good thing.
White people were objectively wrong to believe that the white race is the superior race. And there is nothing controversial or shameful about that.
Ask yourself why you feel helpless.
Recent calls for white people to “be anti-racist” and “do better” have been flooding my media stream. I don’t like the term anti-racist, but I understand what it means. I think it triggers emotional reactions in the people who most need to understand it, but to me it’s just a level of self-awareness that creates…