Steve Sailer asks, in discussing the recent Grammy awards, ‘Do all white award-winners have to apologize to black losers from now on?’
The short answer: yes.
Because isn’t this the story of our whole society in 2017? The unspoken requirement for the winners, the most successful, to apologize to those who come in second, or third, or last? Isn’t that the whole essence of the relationship between blacks and Whites today, or in fact between all ‘victim minorities’ and Whites?
What is affirmative action, but an apology to blacks for our being more successful, and having been at the top of the heap?
And why do we so readily concede this to them? Is it a misguided generosity? Fear? Fear of what, public opinion?
The loser in a contest, unless he has the character to display good sportsmanship, often claims the winner ‘cheated’ him out of his rightful victory. The winner must have ‘played dirty’, and won by unfair means. This is the whole ‘White privilege’ scam. We have too readily conceded.
If we believe in the ‘equality’ pretense in which we are all made to take part, then we have to agree that it isn’t fair that we win more often and others lose. But those who haven’t bought the equality fairy-tale must at times admit to themselves that ‘the best man wins’ and yet – if we have some kind of innate edge, then it truly isn’t ‘fair’ that we win against weaker competition. That’s where the whole White guilt thing kicks in.