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Actress Anne Hathaway uses award speech to denounce white privilege

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No longer having Barack Obama to lecture the country on our misgivings as human beings, leave it to condescending elitist Hollywood stars to fill the void.

Actress Anne Hathaway denounced “whiteness” and the alleged privilege that goes with being white during a speech Saturday night at the Human Rights Campaign’s National Dinner, the New York Post reported.

The seemingly self-loathing actress was the recipient of the National Equality Award at the event, and addressed the ladies, gentlemen and “gentlethem” in the crowd.

“It is important to acknowledge with the exception of being a cisgender male, everything about how I was born has put me at the current center of a damaging and widely-accepted myth,” she said.

“That myth is that gayness orbits around straightness, transgender orbits around cisgender, and that all races orbit around whiteness.”

In perpetuating the myth of white privilege in furtherance of their extreme views on race — that being that white people are inherently racist — the left subscribe to the school of Joseph Goebbels, believing if you repeat a lie often enough, it becomes the truth.

And Hathaway spoke about being “scared” living in a world allegedly dominated by white males, telling the crowd she “really needed this.”

“I think I’m probably walking around like most people right now,” the actress said. “I’m pretty shell shocked by what I see every day, what I hear everyday. And I really don’t like to admit this, but I get scared.”

Hathaway, whose older brother is gay, spoke about how she came to reject the myth she spoke of — not to be confused with the myth of white privilege — while spending time with the LGBTQ community.

“I appreciate this community because together we are not going to just question this myth, we are going to destroy it,” she told the crowd.

“Let’s tear this world apart and build a better one.”

Hathaway cried in response to the liberal adulation at the end of her speech:

As for her call to “tear this world apart,” how’s that for radical revolutionary thought?

The question being what role would white males be relegated to in this new hard-left world these ideologues envision.

Talk about being scared, be very scared to know the answer to that query.

Tom Tillison


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