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Schools Warned That Promoting Concept of “White Privilege” is Harming Disadvantaged White Students

While also potentially being a violation of the law

By Paul Joseph Watson | Summit News | June 21, 2021

Schools in the UK have been told by a cross-party committee of MPs that promoting the notion of “white privilege” could breach equality laws while also harming disadvantaged white students.

The committee report found that despite the relentless narrative that “white privilege” is holding back non-white students, white students are actually underperforming.

“In 2019, 17.7 per cent of free school meal eligible white British pupils achieved grade 5 or above in English and maths, compared with 22.5 per cent of all FSM-eligible pupils,” reports Schoolsweek.

The report notes that disadvantaged white children do not have “white privilege,” with MPs “(concerned) about the impact that hearing terms like that presented as fact will have on those children.”

Different language must be used when discussing racial disparities in order “to ensure that young people are not inadvertently being inducted into political movements,” states the report.

The MPs “hope that by highlighting the hardships faced by many white people from disadvantaged backgrounds” their recommendations “may help advance a new way to discuss disadvantage without pitting different groups against each other.”

The report also notes that using terms such as “white privilege” could be a violation of the Equality Act 2010 and only serves to increase racial tension by pitting groups against each other.

“Disadvantaged White children feel anything but privileged when it comes to education,” said Conservative MP, Robert Halfon, adding that there was a desperate need to move away from obsessing over “white privilege” when for most white students, it doesn’t exist.

Education systems in Europe and America are riddled with the cancer that is Critical Race Theory as well as attempts to “decolonise” curriculums, which is a euphemism for making white people feel ashamed of their history.

Despite the fact that “diversity and inclusion” extremists have largely hijacked the education system and weaponized it against white students, the ludicrous narrative that “systemic racism” only impacts non-whites still persists.

Indeed, the only form of acceptable “systemic racism” that still exists in the western world is practiced against white people.

June 21, 2021 - Posted by | Civil Liberties, Economics, Ethnic Cleansing, Racism, Zionism | ,


  1. Balance, balance, balance:  approaching any task with non-confrontation, reasonableness, mutual respect for and careful listening to the other(s)’ opinion, humility, wisdom, defense — via the most rigorous and supportable studies/conclusions — of conscientious attempts to force that ol’ pendulum back into some semblance of “balance” before intransigence, hatred, etc., arise and get out of hand.  Extremists should not be welcome or heeded from whatever “side.”  One big problem is that colonialism, racism, slavery, humiliation, hyper-exploitation of Planet Earth’s resources and accompanying profits et al are sordid elements of (mostly Western/white?) historical settings.  Those known sins should be acknowledged up front, agreement reached that we have learned from them, and accompanied by a fervent wish and determination to advance “civilization.”  I believe all of this leads to common solidarity and might best be expressed by the Christian (and surely other faith traditions’) admonition “Love your neighbor as you love yourself.”


    Comment by roberthstiver | June 23, 2021 | Reply

    • “(mostly Western/white?) historical settings”

      Robert, I used to see things that way but I now understand the legacy of Turkish, Chinese, and Arab colonization, or at least I have learned to see the whole picture.

      Liked by 1 person

      Comment by aletho | June 23, 2021 | Reply

      • Hmmm–touche! Very well (and balancedly) stated! Keep working on me….


        Comment by roberthstiver | June 23, 2021 | Reply

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