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As a man, I used to think I was pretty much just a regular person, but I was born white, into a two-parent, two-gender household which now,  whether I like it or not, makes me “Privileged”, a racist and responsible for slavery.


I am fiscal and moral, which by today’s standards, makes me a fascist because I plan, budget and support myself.


I went to School, worked my way “up the ladder”, and have always held a job. But I now find out that I am not here because I earned it, but because I was “advantaged”.


I am heterosexual, which according to “gay” folks, now makes me homophobic.


I am not a Muslim, which now labels me as an infidel.


I am older than 60, making me a useless person who doesn’t understand Facebook, Instagram or Twitter.


I think and I reason, and I doubt much of what the “mainstream” media tells me, which makes me a “Right-wing conspiracy nut”.


I am proud of my heritage and our inclusive Australian culture, making me a xenophobe.


I believe in hard work, fair play, and fair compensation according to each individual’s merits, which today makes me an anti-socialist.


I believe our system guarantees freedom of effort – not freedom of outcome or subsidies which must make me a borderline sociopath.


I believe in the defence and protection of Australia for and by all citizens, now making me a militant.


I am proud of our flag, what it stands for and the many who died to let it fly, so I stand during our National Anthem – so I must be a racist.


Please help me come to terms with the new me because I’m just not sure who I am anymore.


If all this nonsense wasn’t enough to deal with, now I don’t even know which restroom to use… and I have to go more FREQUENTLY!


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The whole lot including the large font title, was copied and pasted from an email I received from the guy who supplies about 60% of the silly pictures, quickies and funny videos I post.


Protestant married to a Catholic in the Catholic church, for 50 years minus 7 weeks. Haven't attended church regularly for nearly 20 years.

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