Marginalized Communities: Who Are They?

Written by John (the other John).

We are often preached upon by Leftists that extra legal protection and taxpayer money must be accorded to “marginalized communities” due to oppression (i.e., racism, misogyny, homophobia, etc…) by (you guessed it) straight white men. Yes, evil straight white men. As chumps, we give in to all of these extortion attempts because we are terrified of being called a bad name. But before we just hand over our wallets, what exactly are “marginalized communities”? If you ask the extortionists, they are:
  •   Africans
  •   Muslims
  •   Women
  •   gays
  •   Hispanics
  •   Etc
But despite the definition given by the extortionists, the dictionary definition of “marginalized” differs by saying it is: “a person or group of people treated as insignificant or peripheral”. So as it says, it is somebody/group who essentially had zero legal rights, nor any support from those in power. So let us analyze this; are
  •   Africans
  •   Muslims
  •   Women
  •   gays
  •   Hispanics  
    so insignificant or peripheral that they have zero power under our legal systems? The last I looked, there are entire bodies of law that support these people’s/groups’ legal rights under threat of prosecution and sanction against (you guessed it) whitey. Also, there are entire bodies of Judges, lawyers, politicians, political activists, Universities, and the media who act in support of these groups. Just look at any kids TV show: 
    •  the black kid is cool
    •  the straight white boy is a nerd or a bully
    •  the white chick dates the black boy
    •  the white boy is gay
    •  the Muslim is “moderate”, cool, and tolerant
    •  the Hispanic family is hardworking
    •  girls are smarter than boys
    •  etc…
      So based on: 1) the dictionary definition of “marginalized”, and based on 2) the amount of legal/cultural support those groups have, they are not only not oppressed, but if anything the power they possess is over- represented in relation to pro-black/women/gay/Muslim/Hispanic laws versus pro-whitey laws. (Moreover, there are zero pro-white laws on the statute books today). So the label of “marginalized” to these communities is a fraud.

      That being said, what group of people have zero to near zero support from Judges, lawyers, political activists, Universities, and the media? I would say homeless veterans are the true “marginalized communities” in our nations, because they are not only ignored by the enlightened Left, but they are actually vilified for having fought for our country (the country that Leftists hate). I had this debate with a recent Leftist colleague of mine, and she resented my categorization of this factually true position of mine. She responded by saying that the Leftist definition was created by “social scientists” who are experts in this field, at which time I responded that these people are nothing more than “social science fictionists”. And just take a guess what bad word she called me!


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