First, you're hiding behind anonymity. You should post a picture of yourself like everyone else. For this argument, I think it is important to know if you're white, black, yellow, red, or brown. You're proposition is overly complicated too. Can you whittle it down? It sounds like you're trying to say white people are not willing to talk about white supremacy, racism and privilege. If that's correct, I would have plenty to comment about...but I'm just not sure what you really mean.
I'll debate you on it if you make the topic a little more clear
@realityrapz What do you say? Ready for your first Head-2-Head video debate?
@gigi seems like he likes to post opinions but not come up to the table
@burnsstephen16 He just joined so I;m sure he's checking out the site :-)I emailed him with further guidelines so let's see if he's up for it!
Hey fella.. you just lumped every white person on earth into your little narrative just there. And to do that is a fatal error in debating. Unless you have concrete evidence scientifically supporting your statement about every white person adhering to your position and asinine remark, then what you said is not only false, but dangerous rhetoric to be speaking with the intent of sparking intentional controversy over an already heated and difficult topic. A word of advice, step back from the racial bias you hold (whatever it may be) and see the world more holistically.
Normally I might disagree or say unsure, but after some raging debates about White privilege, I kind of agree. Certainly, there are some white people who are in some deep denial on the subject.Mind you, I'd add this...Any time you want to advocate for white people to address such things, it helps a lot if you can be specific about exactly what you want addressed and how.
You have to radically redefine racial supremacy to say the US is under it.