A Penn State professor is taking some heat after bringing a white student on stage to discuss some alleged white privileges and how being white might grant him some special benefits that other people don’t get.
Hold on, like what? Paying our own rent, having smaller appendages, and showing up on time to movie theaters?
The teacher’s name is (secret) and a website says he’s the “instructor of the largest race, gender and cultural relations course in the United States” which sounds like someone tooting their own horn, or for lack of better visual – bending down trying to milk his own teet if ya catch my drift.
Anyway, as The Federalist pointed out, this professor yanked a white student on stage back in 2019 to make his point against white folks.
The student’s name is Russell (the love muscle).
The prof says the guy has a “benefit of having white skin” and goes into his little thing…
“Dude, this guy here. Stand up, bro. What’s your name, bro?” Richards said.
“Look at Russell, right here, it doesn’t matter what he does,” he also said. “If I match him up with a black guy in class, or a brown guy even …who’s just like him, has the same GPA, looks like him, walks like him, talks like him, acts in a similar way, has been involved in the same groups on campus, takes the same leadership positions, does whatever it is, if I match him up with that person and we send them into the same jobs, upon graduation …Russell has a benefit of having white skin.”
“Russell is going to go apply for a job, and he’s going to get the job or not get the job, and it’s never going to enter his mind that he got the job because he’s white,” Richards said later in the lecture, before telling a black student he “won’t know” why he didn’t get it over the other person.
Most people hire based on qualifications though. Hiring based on diversity and skin tone is one of the dumbest things we have ever done to the employment world.
We should never hire someone for anything other than their talent. We should never lower standards. We should never put diversity ahead of quality. We should ALWAYS hire the best person for the job, no matter what they look like.
Except, of course, when it comes to Victoria’s Secret and acting/modeling jobs. We don’t want the heifers and gender-confused biological males ruining the catalogs.
I’ve been to Penn State several times. It’s an awesome campus and the football game tailgating is like nothing you’ve ever seen. Halloween at PSU was one of my best Halloween’s ever. I was there in a giant six-foot male appendage costume and passed out on a stranger’s lawn. Next to me was my buddy who was passed out and dressed as a six-foot chicken. You could make as many jokes about that as you wish, but there’s one thing we know – black or white – had the police seen us, we would’ve likely been woken up with a tap on the head of a nightstick.
Anyway, my friend’s car got towed and he’s white – which proves that people don’t really care what you look like. If they got a job to do, they’re gonna do it. They’re not cutting the white guy a favor and not towing his car.
Penn State is still an awesome college town full of parties, booze, women, and sports, and an education – and I wouldn’t hold this one goofy professor against it.
Here’s the video if you’d like to watch a professor who toots his own horns and probably milks his own teet: