In his pretty unnoticed remarks, Hillary Clinton’s choice for vice president Tim Kaine addressed an African-American crowd in New Orleans and said that white people ought to be a “minority” in order to compensate for the years of oppression and racial segregation African-Americans endured.
“I’ve never been treated badly in life because of my skin color or my gender,” Kaine told a group of black Baptists in New Orleans. “I think the burden is on those of us who are in the majority — Caucasians. We have to put ourselves in a place where we are the minority.”
The “burden” that Kaine mentions obviously means taking on “white guilt,” despite the fact that – even at the height of slavery – only 1.4% of whites in America owned slaves. White people were also victims of far more brutal and longer lasting oppression under the Barbary slave trade.
Kaine’s desire to see whites become a minority in America is set to be realized in around 30 years because white people are the only group with a higher death rate than birth rate.
Hispanics are growing in number at a pace of around 2.1 percent a year, with blacks growing at 1.3 percent, while whites are only growing at 0.5 percent.
95% of the U.S. population increase is accounted for by minority births and immigration. Five jurisdictions – Hawaii (77 percent), the District of Columbia (64.2 percent), California (61.5 percent), New Mexico (61.1 percent) and Texas (56.5 percent) already have non-white majority populations.
As Edmund Kozak explains, the Democratic Party’s policies have negatively impacted white communities in the United States.
“The ever-increasing rate at which good-paying, blue-collar jobs are being offshored by bad trade deals — something to which the modern Democratic Party appears committed fully — will continue to have a devastating effect on working-class white communities. The disproportionately negative effect globalization has had on blue-collar whites was a large factor in GOP nominee Donald Trump’s success in the GOP primaries,” he writes.
As Alicia Powe states, Tim’s remarks highlight how the left-wingers have used “toxic identity politics” to “perpetuate class warfare and the narrative of an unjust America,” with white people portrayed as the culprits. See the video below to better comprehand why “white privilage” is only a fairytale.