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White Guilt and Free Drinks at a Portland Happy Hour

This is Philip Wyeth. Looks like the hits keep on coming. Here we have an article from the New York Times, “Reparations Happy Hour Invites White people to Pay for Drinks.” And of course, this takes place in Portland, Oregon, where I had the fortune or misfortune of living for almost three years.

“In Portland, Oregon, organizers of the Reparations happy hour invited black, brown, and indigenous people to a bar and handed them $10 bills as they arrived. A small but symbolic gift, mostly funded by white people who were asked not to attend.”

That’s incredible. The $10 bill has Alexander Hamilton’s face, by the way. Is that intentional? Ironic? I have no idea. Okay, so “Brown Hope, a local activist organization, wanted the event to be a space for people of color in a mostly white city to meet one another, discuss policy issues, and plan potential action.”

Now, I just love these liberal newspapers… “While it was far from the full scale reparations sought by some as penance for the horrors of slavery and continuing racial injustice, Cameron Whitten, the 27-year-old activist who organized the event, said there was one similarity. It made attendees feel as if their pain were valued and understood.”

I love these titles, activist, progressive, advocate. That’s all the Left has is these buzz words. Here’s a quote, “It was only $10, but when I saw them I saw their eyes light up. What I saw there was that people felt like they were finally seen.” And here’s the thing, “I saw their eyes light up,” this patronizing, pretentious… like you’re talking… you’re putting hope into the mind of a four-year-old child or something.

And here’s a tweet by Cameron, this is incredible. “People of color are POWERFUL. Amazing turnout at Brown Hope’s inaugural reparations happy hour event.” Okay, that phrase, “people of color are powerful.” Maybe. Maybe they are. Maybe they aren’t. I don’t know. But the point is that isn’t an argument.

And this goes back to what I said in my last video discussing my two books, “Reparations USA” and “Reparations Mind,” how the Left is essentially just a middle school pep rally. Rah rah rah rah. “You’re great.” “You’re so great.” “No, you’re great!!!” That doesn’t mean anything. You have no ideas, you have no arguments, you’re just patting each other on the back.

Okay, so Mr. Witten said “he hoped the event, in addition to building community”–another completely meaningless phrase–“building community, would call attention to the reparations the concept that black people should be financially compensated for generations of trauma that preceded them.”

See, my books are maybe not as ridiculous as some people would think, because these events right now… Like today it’s a happy hour, 2018… What’s gonna happen in 2020? What’s the next thing? There’s already been a photograph I saw of people basically what wearing chains and holding signs saying I’m sorry, and being led by black people in the streets.

This self-flagellation by white people, where does it end? So maybe my books, which take place in 2028, under the premise that in 2024 a female Chinese American president gets elected, because of a Reparations platform, and then it’s implemented at 2025, how off base am I, really? Maybe some of the finer details, and the fact that I wrote it as a dystopian satire, but here’s the main problem we’re going to encounter, because it’s going to require a surveillance state. Or the surveillance state is already here and will be harnessed to dole out reparations. In my books you have everyday people of all races caught between the crossfire of idealism and technology.

Scrolling down the article, “Ron Daniels president of the Institute of the Black World 21st Century, a group that supports reparations, said they would be necessary for America to fully heal itself.” Another completely meaningless catch phrase. “Any efforts to bring attention to the idea, including a happy hour bearing that name in Portland, could help people organize around the issue–” Organize, another great throwaway word–“hopefully out of that experience there’s some education that takes place.” Education, what does that mean? A word without context.

This is amazing, this is how the Left is just gonna cannibalize itself. So “there was enough interest in the concept to fund occasional happy hours for the rest of the year, though they will be renamed Reparations Power Hour out of concern that the happy hour label was unwelcoming to people who do not drink.”This is glorious! Beautiful Leftist insanity! Happy hour? No, it’s a Power Hour. Why? Because it’s unwelcoming to people who don’t drink!

“Anticipating some criticism, he noted that it was not meant to diminish the seriousness of reparations. Should anyone question why white people were not invited, he said they’d show up by donating to make sure the event happens.

The final quote from Mr. Witten, “White people, we have love for you and we’re going to see you. We can’t not see you. Once a month we’re going to have these two special hours that we cannot get anywhere else.” That’s just… We can’t not see you. Can you imagine if a white person dared to say that about any other race? He would be mocked, pilloried, everything. But here, New York Times, because they have an agenda, this story, a happy hour, gets put in the New York Times, gets linked by Drudge, millions of people see it.

Also of note, in that tweet there were a couple responses. A guy named Christopher Thomas, who’s black, says, “It’s silly for black folks to show up to have drinks paid for, when we should be focused on group economics. Banking black, business development, investing, and generational wealth. Those drinks are not going to ensure that your children have a future.”

And then Sue Kelsey, aging white lady, “It is a step in the right direction. Need to start somewhere.” That is the problem with people on the Left, who just feel like we have to do something, so even though it’s a completely meaningless, ineffective thing, you can say, “We’re starting, we’re starting, we’re taking steps.”

Christopher Thomas makes a nice reply, “It’s factually a step in the wrong direction. Don’t reply to me with zero understanding of the history of black folks in America. We empower ourselves by aggregating our money, not sitting around, being around laughing and getting free drinks.”

And if you look at the picture more closely from this tweet of the people of event, you have two women kneeling, holding hands almost in an Asian pose. Didn’t a white high school girl take flack last month for wearing a Chinese prom dress and assuming the position? Is that not cultural appropriation by these women of color? Or maybe we need a mobile DNA test to see who’s allowed to do what at what times?

You know, the truth is I, like most white people, we probably don’t even care if you want to have an event, social event do what you want. Take any kind of zany, silly photos you want. The problem is it’s the people on the Left who are buzzing around everything like gnats. You’re forcing us to “get involved,” and you’re not gonna like what we have to say.

As Alex from the channel “These Things I Believe” talked about in a recent livestream, what are we going to do about all the people who were born 100 or 125 years ago, who were cryogenically frozen in the past, how racist are they by modern standards? Should we really allow them to spew their hatred after we find a cure for their illnesses? Alex thinks we’d be better off thawing them out right now and letting them rot in the Arizona sun.

So look at what you on the Left are bringing into reality. White guys who just want to be left alone are now entering the fray, taking your stupid arguments to their logical or illogical end points, because apparently we have to rub your noses in it for you to understand. If so-called progressives are even capable of nuance, metaphor, or god forbid, humor.

So I’m just gonna wrap this up by saying if you want to have social events and push your political agenda forward, that’s fine, do whatever you want. But take the eagle’s view for a minute and think about the demographic shifts in this country going on right now. The Latino population in particular is much larger than it was 10 to 20 years ago, and it’s only getting bigger. They don’t have any white guilt.

What are you gonna do, if you’re calling for reparations, when say, 10, 15, or 20 years from now, Latinos have a lot of political power and they have no white guilt? They are not gonna listen to your cries for Reparations. Yeah, so maybe you have 5-10 years to extract as much money, guilt, and public displays of humiliation by liberal white people before this all ends.

But I do want to say that my two books, they’re not as incendiary as maybe you would think, and I have characters of all races who are very sympathetic. And I actually have created a religion in the book called Modestianity, which essentially addresses some of the bigger existential and spiritual problems we are all facing.

And I’m really trying to offer a constructive way forward out of this malaise we’re in. Because with outsourcing, AI, potential of UBI, people are gonna have nothing to do. And if we have no spiritual values, no religion, and the surveillance state is our future… It’s just going to be everybody playing gotcha, trying to dig some dirt up on each other, and humiliate each other online. Is that really the future we want?

And that’s why I’m really suspect of this Reparations push or sentiment, because it’s only going to lead to more revenge and anger. It’s not going to build bridges and heal, like all these buzzwords talk about.

If you’re interested, read my books. The first one’s free as an e-book on iTunes and Barnes and Noble. You can see that I am trying to push through the current day malaise and really try to find a constructive solution, or at least philosophical ideas to help us get past the sniping and urges for revenge.

Because the elites, they’re all just laughing at us, they love for us to fight and not get along. Thanks for listening.

Links:
NY Times article: https://www.nytimes.com/2018/05/26/us/reparations-happy-hour-portland.html
Tweet: https://twitter.com/CameronWhitten/status/998782478922924032/
“These Things I Believe” video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rpCHiJbgmj8

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Why I Wrote a Book About Reparations for Slavery

This is Philip Wyeth. So the question is, why did I write a book about Reparations for slavery? I’ve actually written two. “Reparations USA” and then “Reparations Mind,” which came out in April. The truth is that the book isn’t specifically about Reparations, that may almost be a vehicle for the broader points.

If you read the first, book you’ll see that the real villain is surveillance, the surveillance state, as well as what we do to each other when we have these tools at our disposal. Basically a giant database which allows us to keep tabs on each other for things that our ancestors did, or maybe we did twenty years ago.

I think it lends itself to a lot of dangerous potential consequences. We’re even seeing this in the news today when social media mobs jump on whoever is the thought criminal du jour. As I say in this most recent book, “Reparations Mind,” at one point, since the advent of the internet we were all chasing after our fifteen minutes of fame, but now we’re running away from our fifteen seconds of shame.

But getting back to the original question, why did I write this book in the first place? I think I had a lot of ideas bottled up that accumulated over time, and they were just looking for the right outlet. But it all came together last June when a friend of a friend of mine did some very public SJW speech, if you will, or presentation that was just so over the top, and I was “triggered” into writing an editorial about this, and how that was representative of how far off the deep end the Left is going these days.

And I didn’t like the tone of the editorial, I felt it was a little bit too harsh. And I had had this note laying around that I had written sometime in the past, the past couple years, about what became in my book the Historical Reparations Administration. So I merged the two ideas together.

I took your female social justice warrior and I morphed her into my character of Kate Donohugh, who is a supervisor at the Historical Reparations Administration office in Newark, New Jersey.

We follow her at the beginning of the first book, where she actually appears on an early morning talk show, “Tina Talk,” and it’s basically a puff piece as so often happens when these government employees go on shows, like Jon Stewart Show or Colbert, and yuk it up in front of a studio audience to basically propagandize what the government is doing.

And then we see her back at her field office interacting with Beneficiaries and Debtors, which are the two classes of people who either receive payments or pay into the program.

And then we also move to Newark, New Jersey, streets, where there’s a young black teenager, and his life is on the ground level, experience in a world where Reparations is three years in and the program is not really working as planned. He has dreams of being a musician and ends up writing a song which is critical of the HRA, which captures sentiment across the country. It becomes an overnight hit.

We also have a game show or reality TV show type spectacle, it’s called “DDM TV Live” and DDM stands for “direct descendant match,” where the super computer, MARVIN, “Macro Aggregating Restitution Vector Input Navigator,” scans old documents into the system and makes connections. And if your ancestors have something like ten or more violent interactions with somebody alse’s ancestors, they bring you on to the TV show for a Kumbaya moment where you basically hold hands and go off and work on some garden somewhere to put the old demons to bed, if you will.

Pretty ridiculous spectacle, almost the like “Running Man,” or yeah, “Running Man.” “Who loves you and who do you love?” Something like that, because a heavy topic like this, Reparations, I’d assume most other projects would take it in a pretty negative, revengeful way.

I believe both Amazon and Netflix are working on some sort of a show or a series about it, and from what I understand it’s all more like a fantasy, or “Twelve Years a Slave” or “Inglorious Basterds,” basically envisioning a history that never actually happened, or in the case of the other show, I guess it’s just another kind of a fantasy. If it wasn’t revenge, it’s that some policy was enacted in the late 19th century, which actually didn’t happen.

So my book is different, my series is different, because it takes place in 2028, it envisions in 2024 America’s first female, first Chinese-American president coming into office with her main campaign platform being this program. The HRA and Reparations.

So I put a lot of current-year-relevant things in the books. In addition to that I did try to make these books as fun as possible, because it’s a heavy topic and tensions… the divide across the country are just getting out of control. And it’s like social media is only exacerbating it. On the one hand you use it to make contact with people; on the other you’re just hitting each other over the head with this information.

Another reason why I tried to make it a little fun and zany is because I’m a big sci-fi fan. “Demolition Man” is one of my favorites that I revisited lately. Very ahead of its time, very clever, very fun. And I think that’s a great balance that you’d want to find when you’re doing sci-fi, speculating into the future, dystopian heavy subjects. Can you still have fun with it?

And that’s what I try to do… The original “Rollerball” with James Caan, another great sci-fi movie, dystopian, that maybe gets lost in the shuffle because people think the game itself is pretty silly. But great movie, and great commentary track too.

In the second book, I have a chapter that takes place in Las Vegas where they have just opened up a brand new Reparations-themed casino called Paybax, and it just has a lot of fun, zany flavors which you could say skirt the line between satire and ruffling people’s feathers, or triggering them.

But you know, the main problem I see on the Left right now is that they’re so sensitive, everything triggers them. And it reminds me of some video essay I saw back when I was in college twenty years ago taking photography classes, and there was a guy who was the subject of this, I guess it was an audio documentary, with still photographs.

And he was in the jungles, he was a doctor from America, and he was down… I want to say in Central or South America, very poor people in the jungles, and he just gave his life, every month, every day to help these people and help their children. I don’t know if it was the interviewer… somebody asked him a question about philosophy, and he grumbles, “Philosophy is for people with full bellies!”

And I really like that line because I see parallels with today’s people on the Left. They’re so coddled, they’re so spoiled, they’re allowed to get mad about everything but what matters. Whether it’s using the wrong word, being offensive, things that have nothing to do with life and death.

Basically so-called progressives are so bored and boring that they have nothing better to do than stick their noses in other people’s business, and always make them look over their own shoulders. “Have I offended you? Have I said something wrong?” And it’s just constricting our lives, it’s making it almost impossible to do anything, because they’re gonna dig up something on you.

And my book plays it out ten years from now where there’s this supercomputer which is scanning every document ever, it just can bring up everything you ever did. And I feel like it could just paralyze mankind.

So that’s why I say the villain is really the surveillance state, and Reparations is just a vehicle, and in some ways that’s just the extreme extension of this religion of Leftism, where they’re gonna make everything right, and of course at the core whiteness is the evil. Something white is the worst. Of course, most SJWs themselves are white, which I think is a product of the brainwashing, that they would feel like they have to do penance to make up or something that they’re not responsible for.

And the second book, “Reparations Mind,” gets very much into that, exploring the history of indoctrination. I’m hoping by keeping things fast-moving, humorous, and having likable characters of all different races, to avoid some of the pitfalls that you could easily fall into with this kind of a third-rail type of subject.

What’s interesting is the first book was written very quickly and it was almost like my mind and body were just ready, “You have to write this book now.” And it came out, it was… it’s less than 40,000 words, and it’s kind of a breezy, fast read. The second book is about 60,000 words and it took a lot more out of me to, basically transmute very big, heavy ideas and still keep it fun, still keep it fast-moving.

I utilized a lot more dialogue in the second book, and because I ended the second book on a cliffhanger, I’m now mapping out the third book as frantically as possible to complete the trilogy, with a possibility of more books if the series starts to catch on.

For this third book, even bigger ideas, even heavier ideas… I feel like our society right now is headed for some sort of an existential crisis having to do with all the tensions. Racially, socially, economically, even stuff having to do with AI, outsourcing… There’s really no meaningful work to be done. We have the spiritual void.

And I’m hoping to convey in the book, which takes place in 2028, some insights and some lessons that we can apply to our lives now over the next few years, so that we avoid any sort of conflagration of this, I call it “the cold-pressed civil war,” where people are in coffee shops lobbing Twitter bombs at each other across the table on their computers.

If that goes hot… we don’t really want it. In our veins, our blood, it may want it, may want violence. We’re ready, it’s been a long time. But in our hearts and our minds, we’ve got to say no, it’s only gonna bring suffering, knock America’s prestige off the world stage, and a lot of other bad forces from around the world will be happy to leap in and mess with us or take over, and maybe not be as benign as we hope we are.

Another thing about people on the Left that concerns me is where they are mentally. What’s their approach? I’m really debating, are they disingenuous? Lying? Stupid? Naive? Lacking any foresight? It just seems like sometimes their world is a middle school pep rally of just, rah-rah, “You’re so great. YOU’RE so great!”

But there’s no actual thinking being done, there’s no arguments being put together. Yet they feel like because they have the buzzwords, the feel-good catchphrases, they have the moral high ground and get to shame and incriminate everybody else on the Right, who basically… we’re just grumps, we’re jerks, we’re bigots, we’re hateful. All those catchphrases they use to just take control of the conversation.

And as we move toward this “Idiocracy” future which is coming true day by day… If you try to articulate an argument properly, you sound like Luke Wilson, everybody just laughs at you because they can’t understand. So I don’t really know how to resolve that divide of willful ignorance under the guise of a pep rally, while the more wise people on the Right are taking so much flak.

So I think I’ll end this talk right here about my books, “Reparations USA,” “Reparations Mind.” I hope it’s been informative and intriguing to you. Right now “USA” is available free as an e-book on most sites, iTunes, Barnes & Noble, Kobo. Amazon has it for $0.99, they haven’t price matched it. And paperbacks available for both books, “Reparations USA” and “Mind” on Amazon.com.

And if you have any other questions for me about the book and the series, feel free to post them in the comments below and I’ll get back to you. Thanks for listening.

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Video was originally uploaded on May 25, 2018.

Even Ramen Noodle Soup is Now Politically Correct

TRANSCRIPT:

This is Philip Wyeth. I decided let’s have a little bit of fun today. My last couple of videos got in pretty deep, a little, a little more serious, little heavier than I was expecting this channel to get, at least right off the bat.

So something came to my attention which pretty much blew my mind. I can’t believe it actually happened. It’s something that I had thought in one of my crazy dystopian ideas might happen there. But no, it happened in real life and, you know, I want to keep this video light. You may hear various noises from around the building, just gonna let it roll tonight.

First, I got a can of Point the Way IPA by Golden Road, I think I’ll crack that one open. Yeah! So… mmm… that is good… Now I know why John from MGTOW is Freedom and Society for Men’s Freedom drinks alcohol on the air. It is, it is damn tasty.

So anyway, today’s issue–you can hear the packaging here, this is soup. This is ramen soup. Now, I normally eat very clean I lost forty pounds over an eight month period, so not too much ramen noodle soup in my life. But it’s good to keep handy, it’s good to keep handy for when you’re hungover or guests are over, whatever. It’s just something to have.

So when I picked up, you know, my flavor, the one that I like is the original, the blue packaging, which forever is called Oriental. Well now, the packaging, and you’ll see the picture accompanying this video, it’s called “soy sauce flavor.” And below it it says, “same oriental flavor.” So Top Ramen has basically caved to political correctness and they are phasing out the word Oriental in favor of soy sauce.

So, you know, it’s outrageous, it’s hilarious but it’s not shocking considering how people on the Left, their priorities are so messed up that… They’re gonna like chip away, it’s like they’re carving away at a statue thinking that’s gonna solve the world. Chip, chip here. Chip, chip there.

Meanwhile our country is just buried under homelessness, everybody’s broke, desperate for money, inflation, more wars, you name it. We’re getting all kinds of trouble, but you know, these little victories, that’s what matters.

So the soup is no longer gonna be Oriental. I’m may actually save this packaging because the word Oriental is printed on it right now, but I highly doubt that it will be, starting say, six months or a year from now.

So, but, here’s… Two things came to mind—let me set this down so I stop crinkling—but two things came to mind. One is this some sort of glorious coincidence where everybody is—everybody on the right, everybody right of center—is mocking people on the Left.

The soy boys, it’s the infestation of soy, and now here to bow to political correctness, Nissin, Top Ramen, has actually replaced Oriental with soy—and yes, soy sauce is actually something used in their culture’s food, so it’s not completely unprecedented or outrageous. But at the same time, they could have chosen any number of words or flavors. I mean, just “original” is fine or whatever, you know, fake meat—what is, what is this?

I mean, this is bad news when you look at the ingredients list, so you know, for the, for the sauce or whatever, I mean there’s… Oh my god, we got, okay maltodextrin salt, wheat, soybean. And then we got caramel color, dried leek flake–oh, garlic powder, hydrolyzed corn and soy protein. There you go, so it’s that soy protein, very important stuff.

But you know the last thing I was thinking about is, you know, if we’re going to be getting rid of words, you know, Oriental still plays a part in your life. Like, rugs. Oriental rugs. So now when you’re going shopping it’s like, do you want to get an Afghan rug? No, you want to get a soy sauce rug!

So, that would probably come in blue, like the packaging here. So, I think what I’m gonna do right now actually, I’m gonna stop this recording for a moment, jump online and see if I can gather any more information about this whole Oriental to soy sauce change, and see if I’m onto something. I’m gonna resume this in just a second.

Okay, I’m back and I’ve got it! Did some Googling, first thing I found Huffington Post, “Ramen is Racist” from 2011. Anneli Rufus, who if you look her up, pretty insufferable journalist. The best line in the whole article, and the way they write this crap on Huffington Post is just…

“Ramen is racist. Ok, not the noodles themselves. Not the stretchy, slurpy stuff that blabbity blabbity blah…” And then she says, “It’s not racist in substance but in context—if you go back far enough.” Just like, these chatty idiots on the Left… I just… they’re impossible to deal with.

All right, I’m leaving that tab. Next one, 2016 “Chrissy Teigen says she’s not offended by the term Oriental but maybe she should be.” So here we have a couple of tweets of hers. “I really really really clearly am NOT a PC type of gal but I’m a little weirded out at the Oriental dressing option on my flight.”

All right, and then: “Do I think saying Oriental isn’t appropriate? Yes, laughable and ignorant. Am I offended when I hear it? No.” Anyway, so then the article goes on, does some chatty stuff. Actually shows a picture of Top Ramen Oriental flavor and then the person in his Instagram asks—fantasianbaby—“What is even ‘Oriental’ flavor?” And then some hashtag stuff.

But moving along, starting to get to the heart of the matter, here’s some puff piece from 2017. “Top Ramen is Changing Its Recipe to be Healthier.” So that’s, under the guise of being healthier, that’s why they’re phasing out the politically incorrect name.

So here we got, let’s see, “the company has cut sodium by an average of fifteen percent across all varieties, removed all artificial flavors, and removed added MSG (though Nissin does include the reminder that Top Ramen still contains small amounts of naturally occurring glutamates).

So this one scrolls down, “beyond the recipe change Nissin is also announced it’s freshening up Top Ramen’s iconic packaging. Don’t worry, the colors aren’t going anywhere—blah blah blah—and the color coding system isn’t changing, shrimp is still pink, and Oriental is still blue (though now it’s called Soy Sauce).” So that’s that article on foodandwine.com.

And then last we have on the actual Nissin Foods website, “Nissin Foods Top Ramen Finds Noodle Zen with Updated Recipe.” It’s like, man, people actually write that for a living. Somebody actually is paying for their mortgage and their bills, by writing a press release for Nissin soup. How sad is that?

So reading this article, “Nissin is responding to consumer demand for reduced sodium, fewer artificial ingredients by updating its entire product line, to remove added MSG, artificial flavors, reduce sodium content. By focusing on what is truly important to the brand—delicious noodles—Top Ramen is improving its nutritional profile while maintaining the great taste fans love, all at the same affordable price.” Wow, that’s your life.

That’s what you do for a living. And so I’ve got a guy named Gary Lai talking about it—we got quotes, this is very important to have quotes in your press release. Then we’ve got bullet points about the sodium, MSG, and artificial flavors. And then, here’s the the home run right here.

“To accompany the recipe update, Top Ramen is also unveiling new modernized product packaging, additionally in response to consumer demand, for vegetarian options on the shelf, the bold new packaging now calls out the two vegetarian flavors. Soy Sauce—formerly called Oriental—and Chili directly, so that they are more easily identified.

But I will say that I did find a page here on Amazon, Nissin Top Ramen soup, Oriental, 3 ounce package of 24. Looks like the old packaging, I don’t know if you order it if you’ll still get that, if that might be rotten or vintage, but you know, maybe maybe I’ll place an order, let you guys know how I feel about it.

Thanks for listening. More serious videos to come. More social commentary to come, and you can always check out my books on Amazon. Reparations USA, Reparations Mind. Help support this independent author, and I promise to continue making great videos, ridiculous monologues, and just staying current as we lead up to the 2018 midterm elections. Thanks for listening.

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Video was originally uploaded on May 15, 2018.