White Privilege Shaming in the U.S. Army?

White Privilege appears to be the race card de jour every where you go. In this case some ambitious trainer, aligned with the progressive agenda, lowered the boom on the poor troops that were the captive audience. It had to be an uncomfortable event for all those in attendance because they were already brothers in arms. Judicial Watch has now uncovered ALL the slides that were used in the presentation.

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Article Appeared first by Judicial Watch, March 9, 2016:

Judicial Watch: Documents Reveal US Army Indoctrinated Soldiers on Dangers of ‘White Privilege’

‘Our society attaches privilege to being white and male and heterosexual.’

(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that it obtained documents from the United States Department of the Army revealing that in April 2015, 400 soldiers in the 67th Signal Battalion at Fort Gordon, Georgia, were subjected to a “white privilege” briefing, including a PowerPoint presentation instructing the attendees: “Our society attaches privilege to being white and male and heterosexual …”

The slideshow also informed the soldiers: “Race privilege gives whites little reason to pay a lot of attention to African Americans.” It alleged that there are unspecified “powerful forces everywhere” keeping different kinds of people from being valued, accepted, and appreciated, but “we act as if it doesn’t exist.” This alleged privilege creates a “yawning divide” in income, wealth, and dignity.  The material described a mythical African woman who isn’t aware that she’s black until she comes to America, encounters “white racism” and discovers the U.S. is “organized according to race.”

The Department of the Army documents were obtained in response to a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request seeking:

Any and all materials used in an Equal Opportunity briefing provided on April 2, 2015, to the 67th Signal Battalion at Fort Gordon, Georgia, which included a discussion of “white privilege,” including but not limited to, handouts, PowerPoint presentations, audio/video tapes, course syllabi, and any recordings of the presentation itself.

The response to the Judicial Watch FOIA request included the entire Equal Opportunity Training PowerPoint presentation entitled “Power and Privilege,” which states:




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  • melanie faulkner

    You can talk ‘privilege’ and ‘higher education’ all you want, but it takes someone getting off their ass, hard work and using the brains God gave them to relentlessly accomplish great things. Sitting around waiting and whining for others to ‘acknowledge their “white privilege”, or some other crap just won’t get it done. Blaming my white family for it’s ‘privilege’ is not the solution to other people’s problems, or lack of motivation. “Affirmative Action” belongs in the ash heap of bad history along side ‘Jim Crow Laws’, segregation and slavery. I know plenty of black people who did not lean on handouts and or “Affirmative Action” to get where they are today. I think “Affirmative Action” created a false sense of security and caused racism to last longer than it should have, it caused resentment. Creating a class of professional victims has helped not helped the black communities at all.

    • Les Landers

      Well said young lady!

  • KC