Sorry, that should have been ‘the’ not ‘them’ same around all people.
Yes, he said that. And he also said (quoted from another thread) ""It's clear that now that I am a candidate for president, every time something is said in the church by anyone associated with Trinity, including guest pastors, the remarks will be imputed to me, even if they totally conflict with my long-held views, statements and principles,". The real truth behind that statement lies in the first part; not the highlighted part.
In truth, his beliefs do not stray from that church's beliefs. But saying so for political expediency is indeed throwing that church (and Black Liberation Theology by extension) under the bus; just as it was when he broke with the Rev. Wright.
So do all black people in America think that all white people in America are privileged?
No. I don't believe that. But a good percentage do, I'm sure. Hustlers like rev. Wright, Farrakhan, Sharpton and Jackson have made use of Christianity to fill Blacks with the desire for revenge in today's World (whereas Christianity provides a belief in a better World to come). And many fall for it. Revenge is a deep-seeded human emotion. And once aroused it's hard to quell. Yet all these hucksters are sealing their own destruction (and that of their parishioners as well).