In previous books and articles, I have attempted to debunk “white privilege”—a bigoted concept pointing to the unfairness of societal privileges that allegedly benefit all people identified as white.
Whatever those privileges may have been in the past, they are no longer prevalent in today’s America. “More whites have begun talking about themselves as a racially oppressed majority,” reports CNN. “In a widely publicized 2011 survey, white Americans said they suffer from racial discrimination more than blacks.”
White privilege attempts to relieve minorities, especially African-Americans, of responsibility for the problems in their respective communities by placing the blame on a so-called tradition of white racism. The justification given for white privilege is that America is a racist nation bent on oppressing its minorities. White privilege is in itself a racist doctrine.
Heather Mac Donald, author of The War on Cops, contends that the bottom line question is: Should African-Americans be…