The “More-ness” of Privilege
Joel Leon.

What in God’s name are you talking about? I have seen white, asian, black, indian, and more ask for more and more and more. So what? What does this have to do with race? This kind of attitude or personality has nothing to do with race; rather, it has to do with upbringing. Parents who grew up during the Great Depression taught their children not to ask for more food when they went to a friend’s or relative’s house. This has nothing to do with race, it has to do with the environment that people grew up in. During the Great Depression, people didn’t ask for more because there likely was nothing more, so asking for more was seen as rude. Then that mindset was transferred down to their children.

So why are you trying to make this a race issue? You want to know why people see racism today? Because people like you won’t stop ignorantly grouping people by the color of their skin.

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