Saturday, November 29, 2014

Oliver's Tale of a White Privilege mugging

Oliver Friedfeld, a Georgetown University student, was robbed at gun point by a couple of "youths" while walking home. Thankfully, Oliver overcame the trauma of the event and he was able to write an editorial in which he blamed "White Privilege" for the incident. I am shocked!

Last weekend, my housemate and I were mugged at gunpoint while walking home from Dupont Circle. The entire incident lasted under a minute, as I was forced to the floor, handed over my phone and was patted down

Floor? Odd word choice for being outdoors.

Oliver continues:

And yet, when a reporter asked whether I was surprised that this happened in Georgetown, I immediately answered: “Not at all.”

Note that this was published on November 18 (a Tuesday). So this editorial damning White people was penned within 72 hours of the supposed mugging.

My question is how in the Hell did a news organization know that Oliver was robbed?  I looked up the police reports for both Georgetown University and the city of Georgetown, and I found nothing that matches this crime.

And why would a news organization send a reporter to interview a victim of standard street mugging? Is this a news event? And what else is mysterious is that Oliver never states who interviewed him. Was it ABC? CNN? The New York Times? I don't want to accused of "street mugging denial" but this story seems very odd.

But I guess this "crime" had a silver lining. It allowed Oliver an opportunity to wag his finger at White people.


  1. Agreed. It almost smells like one of those "hate crime" hoax stories that happen so often now, and are usually committed by minorities and/or females in attempt to make Whites look bad.

    1. Well, at least we don't have the burden of making up shit to make blacks look bad.

  2. Actually, White Privilege Inc. could be a cause for getting mugged by vibrant youths. It is similar to the sense of Black Entitlement that got that Gentle Armless Giant in Missouri popped by a cop after exercising his sense of Black Entitlement shoplifting in a convenience store and then walking down the middle of a busy street with his loot.