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Discussion in 'Political Issues' started by maxsnafu, Oct 5, 2012.
Based on projections, white people will become a minority at some point. Will they be conferred minority status and be eligible for preferential treatment then?
(Of course, this is a rhetorical question, because Asians are a minority, and are yet excluded from certain affirmative action outlets, like education... You still have to be a "preferred" minority...)
"Assume that whites and Asians are not eligible for preferences..."
Why would we assume that whites and Asians are not eligible for preferences? Isn't that racist?
It's not my fault I was born white.
I didn't ask for this.
It's quite simple JB: we should assume that Whites are not and will not be eligible for racial preferences because Blacks, Hispanics and their liberal White allies do not like us. In fact, they hate us. White liberals will, of course, find a way to exempt themselves from this discrimination.