An annual convention of crybaby social justice warriors shows just how silly liberalism has become. According to a post at the Daily Caller, seven things “overtly offended” by, among other things, white superheroes and walking while white.
According to the Daily Caller:
A major part of WPC are the daily caucuses, where attendees segregate themselves by race and talk through their feelings on white privilege.They were assembled collectively beforehand and assigned to a specific smaller room because of the large number of white people in attendance.
Before dispersing, attendees received a warning to be careful while walking to their rooms. Why? With so many white people going in so many different ways all at once, organizers warned they could start physically exerting their white privilege by walking too aggressively and not paying heed to their surroundings. If attendees weren’t careful, they said, they risked getting in the way of non-white attendees who would have no choice but to shy away and debase themselves before these barreling vectors of overwhelming privilege.
It gets better. The presence of more than one white superhero in a movie was just too much for the perpetually-offended:
One of Saturday’s keynote speakers was Frederick Gooding, Jr., who styles himself as “The Race Doctor.” Gooding gave a half-comedic, half-serious lecture intended to point out various moments of subtle white supremacy and white privilege throughout the past year. Near the end of his address, Gooding went after Hollywood for the recently-released film “Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice,” which features three Caucasian heroes in the form of Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman.
“I have a quota where it’s just a little too much whiteness, I gotta tap out,” the Doctor said to a laughing audience. “One white hero at a time, I can kinda take that, but you have two of them … but then, the White Man said, we gonna show you something. And they throw in a white woman!”
Blake Neff said that crybullies at the conference were also offended by the fact that he was there and (gasp) reporting on what took place. When they learned that he was present, they emailed the Daily Caller News Foundation and demanded he not write about anything that happens at the conference.
“This demand was not met,” he added.
Neff said that even this photograph was found to be offensive:
Keep in mind these are the same folks who say that Christianity is the root of all evil in the world.
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