Toronto Sun upholds politically correct “white privilege”

“As it happens, a series of overwhelmingly pro-White comments previously numbering 78 has been reduced to a puny 35; over half of the comments made by White people in response to Tarek Fatah’s malicious attack on the people who created his host country have been deleted, although Tarek’s article remained at the top of those columns currently on display until around noon today.”

The now-removed comment read as follows: “It’s hardly surprising that white people would be better-equipped to do well in the society and civilisation that they themselves created. In order to fit in, others need to adapt to our ways, or they will fail. And trying to change us to suit their ways will destroy the superior lifestyle and economy we have devised that inspires the others to come here in the first place. This is not a matter of ‘white privilege’, it is a matter of outsiders laying a ‘guilt trip’ on us in order to gain advantage. The sooner white people become aware of this and assert themselves, the better.”

I thought my comment was well-reasoned, and avoided extreme language including insults and stereotypes. Then again, such steadfast resistance to White dispossession cannot be tolerated! The great gods of political correctness will try to throw you down the memory hole regardless of how many up-votes you get, and that certainly seems to be the case here.

The suggestion that White people should develop an awareness and begin to assert themselves was perhaps just a little more than the Toronto Sun could handle, at least for more than a day or so…

As it happens, a series of overwhelmingly pro-White comments previously numbering 78 has been reduced to a puny 35; over half of the comments made by White people in response to Tarek Fatah’s malicious attack on the people who created his host country have been deleted, although Tarek’s article remained at the top of those columns currently on display until around noon today.

This seems to be a very convincing example of even  the Toronto Sun’s intolerance for fairness and free expression… Dear God, what was I thinking of, challenging Tarek Fatah’s article “White privilege exists, get used to it”! Quel horreur!!

Anyone who thinks for one second that components of the main-stream media – even the apparently conservatively-minded ones – will be fair or reasonable in their dealings with White people is obviously deluding themselves.

Newspapers don’t have to allow comments, and many don’t, but those that do should at least try to maintain a balance of fairness to those who take the time and trouble to assemble their arguments and express themselves in a civil and responsible manner.

As it was, we had two or three days of Tarek Fatah’s smug anti-White harangue followed by several dozen comments, over half of which had been replaced with the words “This comment was deleted”…

However, I believe that my comments inspired critical thought regarding anti-White sentiments and outright attacks at least in some quarters, and that I should continue posting such comments where appropriate.

My suggestion to others is to post as many pro-White comments as possible, concentrating on major issues and not wasting time – and perhaps diluting your effectiveness – by commenting on everything in sight.

And also remember that while a good many people read such comments, a great deal more do not; it is a useful tool, but somewhat limited. Use it, but don’t get too involved in it.

Anyone who thinks that we live in a truly democratic society is just deluding themselves; say the wrong thing, and you will be censored in no more time than it takes for some intolerant “progressive” to flag your comment as “offensive” or “inappropriate”.

How long will it be before I am banned as a serial offender, I wonder!

Jeff Goodall.

See “Writing ‘comments’ for fun and political advantage…” here, and “White privilege exists, get used to it” (and all the references to “This comment was deleted”) here.

My comment on “jury equity” and aboriginals is still up at the time of posting, see here.

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