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The Religion of White Guilt

Remember the ur-leftist who sneered at Ben Shapiro that his belief in freedom was “cute?” That debate actually took place in 2014. It took some digging, but I was finally able to attach a name to the High Priest of Leftist Government … Professor James Wellman, chair of the comparative religion department at University of Washington. And while he is a Presybterian minister, his main religious belief seems to be White Guilt.

I remain a part of the Christian tribe and a country that does not live up to taking care of the orphan, the poor, the invisible ones. A country that has done great damage to other cultures and yet one that claims over and over again to be exceptional. So I live with the guilt of being in this country and accepting its privilege and knowing how much damage a dominate Christian culture has done to native people, gay people, black people, Iraqi’s (sic), women it makes me repent.

 

And because he has sadfeels about being white, all other people should give up their freedom and bow to Government. But I notice his White Guilt has not led him to quit his well-paid, taxpayer funded sinecure as Chair of the comparative religion department at University of Washington and give it to a native person, a gay person, a black person, an Iraqi’s or a woman.

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  1. Looks like to me that the chair of the comparative religion department needs to pick up a history book & be self aware of meanings & definitions. Exceptionalism in the US comes from its founding, the type of government, the freedoms of its people :::compared::: to other countries. Our country as is, is what we’re Obviously proud of, in its exceptional state.

    The Libs in Washington State are exceptionally moronic & rabid within their ideological fantasy world. However; I thought most “educators” made sure they weren’t influenced by the infantile, juvenile nature of their charges.

    I did watch the video with Shapiro & this man. He nearly jumped out of his chair at one point during Shapiro’s attempts to interject reality. A kind of jump I’ve seen often in rabid liberals ready to pounce, but never really given a chance unless it’s a brainless opponent whose vulnerable.

    Comment by Hanover — August 20, 2016 @ 12:51 pm - August 20, 2016

  2. So I live with the guilt of being in this country and accepting its privilege and knowing how much damage a dominate Christian culture has done to native people, gay people, black people, Iraqi’s (sic), women it makes me repent.

    OK, Rev., whatcha’ mean repent?

    You miserable sorry? You makin’ reparations? You ridin’ high in the propitiation saddle? You crawlin’ across America on your knees wearing a hair shirt and eating acorns while doing penance?

    Here’s a little man to man advice, Rev.: Get out of America now!!! It is not your place and it is corroding you to the core. Pitch the Christian culture [and whatever the Presbyterian aspect and influence of it may be] and head to Fiji to live among the gay, black, native Iraqi women and make kava all de liv long day and walk around saying “bula” to all creatures great and small and kick the guilt. With enough kava, you will soon be so laid back they will have to feed you with a straw.

    Comment by Heliotrope — August 20, 2016 @ 12:56 pm - August 20, 2016

  3. Just another limousine liberal, with a cushy job, who expects farmers, firefighters, plumbers, carpenters, and mechanics to feel guilty about making enough money to pay their mortgages.

    Comment by Tom — August 20, 2016 @ 1:27 pm - August 20, 2016

  4. Is this the “soft bigotry of low expectations”? It’s as if other equal and capable cultures and communities are unable to do much unless whitey gives ever-increasing amounts of money.

    Comment by KCRob — August 20, 2016 @ 2:06 pm - August 20, 2016

  5. If he’s a leftist, he’s a homosexual or bisexual. There is no reason to give up his chair.

    Comment by rjligier — August 20, 2016 @ 2:14 pm - August 20, 2016

  6. What exactly is “comparative” religion mean?

    Comment by James — August 20, 2016 @ 4:03 pm - August 20, 2016

  7. One snippet from the net

    CwV Jun 24 · 09:15:45 AM
    In seventh grade at a Quaker school,
    our social studies class did a unit on comparative religion.
    And in true Quaker style, they laid it out, unvarnished and age appropriate, with as little bias as a human can deliver.
    Their approach was to find and teach the similarities between the major religions (not just the Abrahamic triad but also Buddhism, Hinduism,an amalgam of animalists and African belief systems, they even included ancient Roman and Greek polytheisms).
    That boildown to the common values was very informative.
    Almost every religion has at it’s core: Do unto others as you would have done to yourself.
    They word it differently, but that is the basic thrust.

    http://www.dailykos.com/story/2015/6/24/1395897/-Religion-101-What-is-Comparative-Religion

    Comment by rusty — August 20, 2016 @ 5:05 pm - August 20, 2016

  8. Almost every religion has at it’s core: Do unto others as you would have done to yourself.

    They word it differently, but that is the basic thrust.

    Rusty,

    Not Islam. Find the Golden Rule in the Quran. Cut and paste it.

    Comment by Heliotrope — August 20, 2016 @ 5:20 pm - August 20, 2016

  9. wellmen forget to mention how much havoc his religion of Marxism has caused. why is it that Marxists are never guilty about that?

    Comment by salg — August 20, 2016 @ 7:31 pm - August 20, 2016

  10. Just another limousine liberal, with a cushy job, who expects farmers, firefighters, plumbers, carpenters, and mechanics to feel guilty about making enough money to pay their mortgages.

    Tom 23: I’m totally stealing that. Well said!

    Comment by Bastiat Fan — August 20, 2016 @ 8:27 pm - August 20, 2016

  11. C.S. Lewis warned of the dangers of becoming a “Christian plus.” Attempting to wed Christianity to some unrelated philosophy results in factionalism, and Christianity gets drowned in the tide of identity politics and ideological struggle.

    Comment by Sean L — August 20, 2016 @ 11:11 pm - August 20, 2016

  12. […] Gay Patriot covers the religion of white guilt […]

    Pingback by Sorta Blogless Sunday Pinup » Pirate's Cove — August 21, 2016 @ 9:14 am - August 21, 2016

  13. The CUCK said “White guilt for thee but not for me”

    “3.Just another limousine liberal, with a cushy job, who expects farmers, firefighters, plumbers, carpenters”

    He wants the grandchildren of 7yo white coal breaker boys to know their privilege.

    “8. Not Islam. Find the Golden Rule in the Quran. Cut and paste it.”

    I am actually going to side with RUSTY here by pointing out that real moslems treat real moslem men the way they would want to be treated. Of course if they are a different flavor of moslem they are not real moslems & boys get bacha bazi. Moslems treat other men’s unattended women as they know other moslems would treat their women.

    How to identify a real moslem https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RJAL6xgViqg
    Same guys MILO video
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2IEO-wj877o

    Comment by Steve — August 21, 2016 @ 12:07 pm - August 21, 2016

  14. At least the Islamists seem to be good at the first half of the statement: Do unto others. It’s the second half that seems to elude them.

    Comment by Rd — August 22, 2016 @ 7:33 am - August 22, 2016

  15. “I remain a part of the Christian tribe and a country that does not live up to taking care of the orphan, the poor, the invisible ones.”

    Liar.
    And since he is a Presbyterian minister, a filthy liar who proudly violates the Commandment against bearing false witness.

    Comment by pst314 — August 22, 2016 @ 9:22 pm - August 22, 2016

  16. “the religion of white guilt”
    One could think of this as bearing a small resemblance to the early Christian obsession with proving one’s devoutness by seeking out martyrdom, going so far as to provoke pagans so that they would kill you.
    But there is only a superficial resemblance because today’s white guilt cultists use their guilt not to cause themselves actual harm but rather to, without risk to themselves, loudly proclaim their virtue while bullying others.
    Truly a sick and evil religion.

    Comment by pst314 — August 22, 2016 @ 9:25 pm - August 22, 2016

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