Emma Watson Writes Open Letter Apologizing For Her 'White Privilege'Chris Menahan
Jan. 15, 2018
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Actress Emma Watson wrote an open letter to her book club after reading Reni Eddo-Lodge's "Why Iím No Longer Talking to White People About Race" where she acknowledged her "white privilege" and said she's thought about the ways she "upholds a system that is structurally racist."
After coming out as a feminist in 2015, Watson was criticized by black feminists for being a privileged "white feminist." She said she began "panicking" as a result.
"What was the need to define me ó or anyone else for that matter ó as a feminist by race? What did this mean? Was I being called racist?"
"Every time I think Iíve peeled all the layers, thereís another layer to peel," she said.
Indeed, Emma. Acknowledging your "white privilege" is a never-ending process for which the only logical conclusion is to commit suicide.
Watson's letter read:
Dear OSS,Note, Watson runs this book club, which she calls "Our Shared Shelf."
Not only is she pushing this self-hate onto her fans through social media, she's also running what amounts to a cult for some of her closest followers.
I find it hard to believe these fanatical left-wing Hollywood actresses are doing anything other than playing a role for their Hollywood masters.
Take a look at her Twitter, you'll see she's shilling for every liberal cause in the book and retweeting Sadiq Khan and calls to save DACA. Unlike someone like Rose McGowan, she says absolutely nothing which would upset the current power structure.
For example, you won't find her saying anything praising Ronan Farrow, the man behind the #MeToo movement who The Hollywood Reporter recently called "the Hollywood Prince Who Torched the Castle."
None of this would have come out if it wasn't for Farrow going rogue.
You will find her saying the unique depravity of Hollywood's ruling elite is common "in all industries."
Emma Watson is not just crazy in the head, she's playing a role Hollywood elites want her to play.
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