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Can My Children Be Friends With White People?

Can My Children Be Friends With White People?

In an opinion piece in the Sunday Review section of the New York Times, author EKOW N. YANKAH asks the question: Can My Children Be Friends With White People? Throughout the article, Yankah paints white people with broad strokes of racism, while complaining of racism. It is an absurd piece, with absolutely no documentation of the racist charges leveled against white people. He is being a racist at the moment he is making charges of racism against white people in general. Near the end of the diatribe Yankah relents a bit and admits that those whites who agree with him are not racist. How interesting.

In this video, Stefan Molyneux offers a rebuttal to Yankah’s racist diatribe against whites.

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Shorty Dawkins



  1. I understand minorities railing on about “white privilege.” What completely baffles me are the privileged whites who do the same.

  2. Being a white apologist is a sickness, no different than being gender confused. White people are being guilt tripped and shamed into this mindset that there is something wrong with being white. That very attitude is one of the most extreme examples of racism. These bliss-ninnies are not judging people by the content of their character, but rather the color of their skin. Then they have the audacity to toss Martin Luther King Jr.’s name into their diatribe in order to cement the legitimacy of their “viewpoint”.

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