University Has a 12-Step Recovery Program for Whiteness - Granite Grok

University Has a 12-Step Recovery Program for Whiteness

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Because we all need this, especially the Black and Latino Trump supporters, lecturer-therapist Cristina Combs has developed a two-hour lecture on “Recovery from White Conditioning.”

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It is a 12-step program that teaches “white people about their white supremacy and how to counteract.”


“I also want to hold that alongside the tension that, in this model, we are, in fact, centering whiteness, but we are centering it differently: to expose it, study its patterns, and to transform its violent legacy,” she said.


I’m going to share the twelve steps, and I encourage you to visit The College Fix for the notes in between. Everyone needs a laugh, even white people. But we must accept that all this bulls**t has nothing to do with race or identity or supremacy and everything to do with finding paths to economic slavery.

The goal of the “community” – and this tied into what I wrote earlier today – “It’s their excuse for evolving the Constitutional Republic into a socialist one. It’s systemic!”

Climate, Race, Gender, income, health care, any topic the left claims to champion are all faces of the same beast whose goal is to consume free-market western capitalism and replace it with some form of a planned economy.

Whether it’s Dan Feltes whining about using government interference to create jobs for working families, Twitter blocking unflattering media reports, or therapist Christina Combs summoning up a 12-step program for dealing with whiteness, the end game is identical. Government control of the message, the mind, and the outcome.

Violence is acceptable to advance the goal.

Having said all of that, for your amusement, I present the 12-step program for “Recovery from White Conditioning.”

Step 1: “We admitted that we had been socially conditioned by the ideology of white supremacy.”

Step 2: “We came to believe that we could embrace our ignorance as an invitation to learn.”

Step 3: “We develop support systems to keep us engaged in this work.”

Step 4: “We journeyed boldly inward, exploring and acknowledging ways in which white supremacist teachings have been integrated into our minds and spirits.”

Step 5: “We confessed our mistakes and failings to ourselves and others.”

Step 6: “We were entirely ready to deconstruct previous ways of knowing, as they have been developed through the lens of white supremacy.”

Step 7: “We humbly explored new ways of understanding…proactively seeking out new learning and reconstructing a more inclusive sense of reality.”

Step 8: “We committed ourselves to ongoing study of our racial biases, conscious or unconscious, and our maladaptive patterns of white supremacist thinking.”

Step 9: “We develop strategies to counteract our racial biases.”

Step 10: “We embraced the responsibility of focusing on our impact, more than our intentions, in interactions with people of color.”

Step 11: “We engage in daily practices of self-reflection.”

Step 12: “We committed ourselves to sharing this message with our white brothers, sisters, and siblings…in order to build a supportive recovery community and to encourage personal accountability within our culture.”

Laugh while this post-modernist critical theory crap-factory is not mandatory. Sorry, for some of you trapped in certain professions, something like it may already be required. IN that case, please feel free to consult daily or at least often for your deconditioning and a return to a healthy liberty-minded conservatarian world-view.

You are not alone.