(Tea Party PAC) – Oprah Winfrey, the vastly wealthy, wildly successful, classic exemplification of the American Dream, recently used her massive platform to lecture Americans about “whiteness” and the supposed “caste system” in the US as part of her Apple TV+ series, “The Oprah Conversation,” where she praised her white guest’s virtue-signaling self-condemnation for said “whiteness.”
My two-part premiere of #TheOprahConversation with @EmmanuelAcho is available now on @AppleTV+. He’s answering uncomfortable questions about racism in America and the best ways to keep the conversation going with your family and friends. Watch here: https://t.co/7ShvNUgFKw pic.twitter.com/f42LAdqr9z
— Oprah Winfrey (@Oprah) August 1, 2020
BizPac Review explains:
Winfrey discussed “white privilege” and the advantages it affords certain people in the episode titled, “Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man: Part 1,” which was based on former NFL player Emmanuel Acho’s YouTube series and upcoming book of the same name.
Acho’s claim that white people “run America” was soon echoed by Winfrey.
“As a black person, white people — the proverbial phrase of white people — they run America, CEOs, Fortune 500 companies, execs, ownership,” Acho said. “They run America. Not an individual white person, but collective white people.”
“I firmly believe that if the white person is your problem, only the white person can be your solution,” he added.
“There are white people who are not as powerful as the system of white people — the caste system that’s been put in place — but they still, no matter where they are on the rung, or the ladder of success, they still have their whiteness,” Winfrey declared.
“You still have your whiteness,” she added. “That’s what the term ‘white privilege’ is. It means that whiteness still gives you an advantage, no matter what.”
“It is the fundamental issue,” she contended.
Winfrey may have been prevented by coronavirus from joining Black Lives Matter protesters on the streets, but she has found a way to interject her divisive rhetoric into the culture, taking on the “woke” issues in her Apple TV+ series where she had interviews and episodes focused on racism.
The 66-year-old billionaire talk show host and producer is also backing the multimedia adaptation of the “1619 Project,” a deceptive effort by The New York Times Magazine to “reframe American history” around slavery. To expand on the race issue even more, Winfrey’s latest book club pick is Isabel Wilkerson’s “Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents.”
One of “The Oprah Conversation” guests was a Jewish man named Seth, who grew up in New York where he was certain he was not racist until this year’s events led him to an “awakening” to his “racist” self.
“You’ve become ‘woke’ during this period, and realized in that awakening that you are racist, right?” Winfrey asked. “I just want to know how that happened.”
“I was born in the 70s. I was born and raised in Manhattan. I’ve always considered myself to be liberal. Now I’m not only a friend of people of color but also an advocate for [them], but this movement over the last month has been powerful,” he explained.
“I realized that I couldn’t be not racist,” he continued. “I realized that I either was a racist or an anti-racist, and I wasn’t — I’m not — an anti-racist.”
Another guilt-ridden White person, Lisa, addressed the “unconscious biases that white people — that we as white people — have.”
Acho also voiced his views on the problems with being “completely white.”
“Here’s what I told my friends with their white children. I said, ‘Y’all live in a white cul-de-sac, in a white neighborhood, in a white city, in a white state. If you were not careful. your children will live their whole life white, and at 26, 27, they’ll end up being a part of the problem, because you just let them and allowed them to live a completely white, sheltered, and culture-less life,’” he said.
As every black and white person is an individual, there are many who do not share these racist views.
Author and commentator David Harris Jr., of Black Voices for Trump, slammed Winfrey and other “anti-God Marxists” for contributing to racial tensions in the US.
“She makes me sick,” he tweeted of the episode.
She makes me sick.https://t.co/4lNDWtEex8
— David J Harris Jr (@DavidJHarrisJr) August 5, 2020
“Using white ‘SJW’ activists, some who are members of ANTIFA, as proof that ‘white’ people when ‘Woke’ can admit that they ARE racists, just like the rest of the white population, who are yet to self realize it,” he wrote. “Sickening, and must be challenged for what it is, Malcolm X re-packaged for 2020’s snowflakes and BLM activism.”
He was not alone in slamming Winfrey.
Billionaire Oprah lectures the rest of us:
"You still have your whiteness. That's what the term 'white privilege' is. It means that whiteness still gives you an advantage, no matter.”
What utter, racist BS. https://t.co/02PADVJkrZ
— Ted Cruz (@tedcruz) August 5, 2020
Truly I guess #Oprah does not let anyone just comment … her ‘conversation’ is only one sided & reading comments is only for that also? 😏…. #bebetter ✌🏻 https://t.co/GOehatnflB pic.twitter.com/p12nk9Q0E2
— ~Sharon~📱💭 ⤵ 🇺🇸 Land of the Free.. (@NJGirlinFLSun) August 4, 2020
Never heard so much Garbage in my life!!
— 🐧Blueicegram1🐧💙 (@Blueicegram1) August 5, 2020
And now why is Oprah, maybe the richest black woman in the world, trying to shame white people as privileged? Miss Winfrey, you are the personification of WHITE PRIVILEGE!
— Irene Armendariz-Jackson (@ArmendarizDis16) August 4, 2020
Billionaire said “what?”
— Chad Prather – Parler @watchchad (@WatchChad) August 4, 2020
— Charlie (@CharlieBayer8) August 5, 2020
Oprah Winfrey trying to profit off of a manufactured racial divide while being a billionaire when so many people are facing eviction is the sort of nonsense #CancelCulture should attack.
But, the cancel culture mob have proven to not be so bright 🤷🏾♀️ pic.twitter.com/xE9QwYgiF5
— Kimberly Klacik (@kimKBaltimore) August 5, 2020
I've really had enough of multi millionaires and billionaires telling me about my advantages in life.
— Annieone3 (@annieone3) August 4, 2020
Thanks for adding fuel to the raging fire . . . .
— gaynorroberts (@gaynorroberts6) August 4, 2020