Stuff Black People Don't Like considers every post a teachable moment, just as Mein Obama decided the Beer Summit after the infamous Cooperating with the Police incident occurred at Harvard (or, the lack of cooperating with police).
A lot of people come to this website, unsure of what to make of what is written here (the initial efforts were to post daily, but to get in-depth material up an occasional day or two lapse of time will occur between posts).
Simply, SBPDL exists to elucidate upon the topics of the day that most people are of incapable of discussing for the simple fact that most people find Hate Facts so disagreeable.
Take for instance the incredibly intoxicating story of the altercation that took place at Columbia University, as a Black professor - Lionel McIntyre - found a conversation about "white privilage" so stimulating, he decided to sucker punch the white woman he was engaging in dialogue with (obviously on accident, for this fine, upstanding Black professor of architecture was intending to hit what he thought was Gazoo from The Flintstone's cartoon, when her face got in the way):
Camille Davis should know better than to engage a Black person in the sensitive subject of white privilege, for this is a tender and touchy subject for Black people to ponder since so many disingenuous white liberals have gone out of their way to ensure that all white people are the subject of widespread dispossession.
"A prominent Columbia architecture professor punched a female university employee in the face at a Harlem bar during a heated argument about race relations, cops said yesterday.
Police busted Lionel McIntyre, 59, for assault yesterday after his bruised victim, Camille Davis, filed charges.
McIntyre and Davis, who works as a production manager in the school's theater department, are both regulars at Toast, a popular university bar on Broadway and 125th Street, sources said.
The professor, who is black, had been engaged in a fiery discussion about "white privilege" with Davis, who is white, and another male regular, who is also white, Friday night at 10:30 when fists started flying, patrons said.
Hold it... what is white privilege?:
"In critical race theory, white privilege is a set of advantages that are believed to be enjoyed by white people beyond those commonly experienced by people of color in the same social, political, and economic spaces (nation, community, workplace, income, etc.). Theorists differentiate it from racism or prejudice because, they say, a person who may benefit from white privilege is not necessarily racist or prejudiced and may be unaware of having any privileges reserved only for whites."People of color have every advantage white people have and many more. Were it a white man who punched a Black woman, this incident would be the ultimate manifestation of a hate crime.
So, you now have a - as Barack Obama would say - teachable moment emanating from New York. Black people are allowed to get angry and upset when insipid and completely baseless ideas such as white privilege are discussed, for regardless of the facts that a white person uses to debunk this conspiracy theory - a product of the The Man - all intellectual roads traveled will be guided by Hate Facts, and Black people find anything that runs counter to their worldview a pernicious attempt to return them to subjugation.
White people should never, ever enter into a cordial conversation with Black people that includes the topic of race, for you will instantly be labeled a racist for even pointing out the slightest difference in the races that can't be attributed to white racism.
SBPDL recommends not talking to Black people about race in person, unless you want the Chris Brown treatment, as our Black architecture friend from Columbia employed this tactic on Camille Davis, who substituted for Rihinna.
White privilege in the new world we live in? The only white privilege left is that of keeping your mouth shut, lest you be sucker punched by Black people. For, we do live in a Black world after all.
Since Obama knows all of the distinguished Black professors around the country - like Henry Gates Jr., - can we infer that Mr. McIntyre acted stupidly?