Now see, this is why I hate white people.
Because they dress like white people.
Within hours of President Joe Biden’s inauguration, the Internet was consumed by images of Sen. Bernie Sanders sitting, stone-faced, bundled against the cold in a parka and colorful mittens. The meme turned into a fundraising bonanza for nonprofits and a symbol of a new administration getting down to business, as a contrast to the carefully curated image cultivated by its predecessor.
Who could possibly find fault with that?
Well, one person at least, a public high school teacher in San Francisco named Ingrid Seyer-Ochi, who wrote an op-ed for the San Francisco Chronicle that appeared on Sunday and quickly went viral. Seyer-Ochi’s objection was to the “privilege, white privilege, male privilege and class privilege” symbolized by Sanders’s choice of a relatively casual Burton snowboarding jacket and repurposed wool mittens.
She is of course Jewish.
Because what else would she be? A black person couldn’t think of this.
Seyer-Ochi addressed the topic with her students, who she said were also upset by what they saw as the implicit message being delivered by Sanders’s choice of outerwear.
“What did they see? They saw a white man in a puffy jacket and huge mittens, distant not only in his social distancing, but in his demeanor and attire,” Seyer-Ochi wrote, adding, “What did I see? What did I think my students should see? A wealthy, incredibly well-educated and -privileged white man, showing up for perhaps the most important ritual of the decade, in a puffy jacket and huge mittens.
“I don’t know many poor, or working class, or female, or struggling-to-be-taken-seriously folk who would show up at the inauguration of our 46th president dressed like Bernie.”
Prior to the inauguration, Seyer-Ochi had also had her students analyze images from the Jan. 6 riot by supporters of former President Donald Trump at the U.S. Capitol.
“This,” she told her students about the images from that day, “is white supremacy, this is white privilege. It can be hard to pinpoint, but when we see, it, we know it.”
The thing is, you just know that if Sanders would have worn a dashiki to the event, these Jews would still claim he has white privilege.
Bernie Sanders, obviously, is also Jewish.
I wonder what happened if he would have worn a tallit to the inauguration?
Would this Jew woman have come out and accused a fellow Jew of having “white privilege,” when he was announcing himself as a Jew?
It’s a rhetorical question.
As soon as a Jew is identified as a Jew, Jews will stop calling him “a privileged white” and instead call him a “disenfranchised minority.”
It’s actually incredible, even though we’ve all been totally desensitized by “fellow white people” collection memes.
It’s just amazing how bold individual Jews are, and how, without being taught, they are able to go out there and play this little game (well, some of them were presumably taught, but certainly not all of them).
Probably, this is a little bit more complicated than that with the Jew teacher calling Bernie out. Most likely, Bernie reminds her of her father who, most likely, she does not hold in particularly high regard. Even Jew women are still women, and still fully fixated on hating their fathers (unless they came from one of the cults within Judaism, where the family still tends to function, due to an absolute refusal to franchise women).
Probably, she’s had sex with a large number of black men, and probably, she wonders why her father didn’t choose to make her happy. Because every woman believes her father had that power, and chose not to use it.
We have put all of these responsibilities onto women, but you cannot find a single woman anywhere who will take responsibility for any of the problems she causes in her own life and in the lives of others. Ultimately, if you trace it back, they all view their fathers as being responsible for their behavior, and then their ex-husbands (who are all manifestations of their fathers). That is to say, they blame the people who used to be legally responsible for making their decisions for them for not protecting them from their own decisions, which the liberation system has allowed.
Blacks Don’t Really Say This Stuff
It’s almost always Jews and women (or Jew women) who come out with this crazy stuff about “white privilege.” You don’t really see black people doing it, and when you do, it’s black women. But even Kristin Clarke, the black female Justice Department Civil Rights Division head that Biden appointed, who got caught saying whites were subhuman, didn’t use this kind of cult language. Instead, she was talking about some “kangz” type thing, where blacks have magical powers from their melanin. That’s basically just “the fake science and fake history explanation as to why I hate white people” (it’s a little bit like the Holocaust, I guess).
When Jews come out as Jews to black people, they don’t tolerate the idea that the richest people on earth are somehow being oppressed by people in trailers and their mothers’ basements posting memes on the internet.
Black people will be like: “Nigga, I ain’t know what be it is that you all be got happening, but that ain’t nothing to do with me. See what I’m saying?”