The “More-ness” of Privilege
Joel Leon.

Perhaps the question in all of this is, why do you compare all white men to the urban upper middle class white men that you love to loath? The whole tone of this article is a bit silly. On the one hand you play the I’m meager and afraid to ask thing out but on the other hand you talk about the things that you should have or deserve just because of your race and because of the people who are oppressing you. You’re creating your own victimness with an inner monologue that is impressively bleak. The biggest problem here is that you want to make this an issue of race rather than what it truly is, an issue of class …. your “plight”, today is no different than any other white kid from a rural trailer park or urban slum born into a family with no money you just want it to be different.

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