309 search results for "racism"

“We’re not doing rhetoric anymore. We’re doing Woke studies, and I think that’s a shame.”

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“I don’t want to be the first Black. I’m the first Idris.”

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“At the epicentre of the coming evangelical catastrophe is a new religion—or, more specifically, a new cult…”

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Many on the Left are so far up their own version of racial purity, and “moral superiority”, that they can’t grasp the fact that they are creating the very thing their anti-white racism fears the most. Then again, perhaps that’s the plan? Manufacture an enemy, and exaggerate the threat, in order to maintain political power, and social relevance?

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Robertson’s claims not only demonstrate the dangers of reading the Bible through the lens of Critical Race Theory, but they also show the importance of reading the Bible in context.

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CRT is “a worldview based on vindictive and prejudiced principles that are subjective and changeable depending upon what direction the winds of white supremacy and black oppression happen to be blowing.”

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Disney has accused itself of racism by slapping warnings on its classic films such as Peter Pan, Dumbo, The Aristocats, Lady and the Tramp, Song of the South, and The Jungle Book.

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In a year of ongoing global protests involving Black Lives Matter, any artwork addressing racial inequality was always going to be popular.

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“Nothing disrupts racism more than when we confess the racist ideas that we sometimes express,” the book says.

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British Vogue Magazine published an article on August 2 promoting the idea of a blacks only university under the heading “anti-racism”. Which just goes to show, socially acceptable racism is very one-sided. If Vogue journalists suggested a whites only university, they would be chased through the streets! The article began: “In the wake of anti-racism protests the world over The Black Lives Matter movement has reignited fresh calls to decolonise higher education. Statues of colonialists on university campuses are set to be removed … but efforts haven’t gone far enough … Plans are underway to establish the UK’s first ever…

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In another major win against fake news, The Washington Post has settled with Covington schoolboy, Nick Sandmann. The original lawsuit against WaPo was dismissed last August after a federal judge ruled that the Washington Post hadn’t slandered Sandmann in its reporting of the infamous, so-called racist “standoff” between himself and Native American, Nathan Phillips on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial. Sandmann’s win, announced on Twitter yesterday, follows an “amendment complaint” which was put forward in October last year. According to USA Today, upon review “out of 33 statements 3 required further review,” allowing “a portion of the lawsuit to…

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You’re not racist. You’re just hated by CNN.

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NSW One Nation leader Mark Latham has called out the ABC’s children’s program Play School for introducing youngsters to concepts such as racism and privilege in a recent segment. The program, aimed at children under the age of six, ran an episode featuring presenters Rachael and Luke as they attempted to define racism for toddlers. Notes for educators and families released alongside the episode state: “It is well documented that children can internalise racial bias between the ages of 2 and 4 years and by the age of 12, many become set in their beliefs…” Mr Latham took to Facebook…

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There’s a shortage of racism in America and it’s creating real difficulties for self-identified victims who now find themselves forced to oppress themselves. In recent months, there have been several reports of fake hate crimes being carried out across the nation. In March, Anayeli Dominguez-Pena, a 25-year-old student from the University of La Verne reported receiving several racist and threatening messages over email and social media, allegedly from a campus fraternity and its president. Following an investigation, police found Dominguez-Pena had sent the messages to herself. She was arrested and now faces charges for making a criminal threat and for…

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Police in the UK have arrested a 12-year-old boy for sending racist messages to a Premier League footballer. The child from Solihull reportedly sent a series of posts to Crystal Palace’s Wilfried Zaha which included a message that read: “You better not score tomorrow you black ****” Zaha took to Twitter and Instagram where he shared screenshots with his almost 900k followers of the messages he’d received, along with the boy’s social media account. Crystal Palace manager, Roy Hodgson, supported Zaha’s decision to make the messages public. “I think it’s important,” he said.” I think it is being highlighted very…

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Watch as both white and black police officers respectfully try to school (or perhaps its better to say unschool?) this leftist, white woman, after she accuses the white police officer of being a racist (and therefore evil) because of his shade of melanin. One of the officers near the end nails it saying: “Let me tell you something, America has a sin problem. The world has a sin problem. Jesus said, ‘I am the way, the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.’ America and the world has a sin problem. That’s where racism,…

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NESTLE yesterday took the unprecedented step of complaining that its own product was racist, after seeing the publicity other companies got when accused of racism. Company spokeswoman, Candy Crush, told reporters she was “deeply sorry” no-one had been offended by their raspberry-flavoured Redskin confectionery. “Because Redskins are only sold in Australia and New Zealand there has been no outrage from American Indians at all,” she said. “And for that, we are deeply sorry.” It is believed anger about the iconic lolly’s name began last week – not among American Indians, who had never heard of the chewy sweet, but among…

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An aunty from northern Queensland rang me recently with great excitement. A politician from the Solomon Islands was funding research into identifying those who had been brought over to Australia historically as slaves. As I already knew, our family was part of that tragic tradition. But when I asked her how she personally felt about our ancestors as having been “blackbirded”, she gave the same answer as my late father had. It didn’t bother her at all! Australia was their country, and both she and my dad simply wanted to make a positive contribution. Indeed, they were deeply grateful for…

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Often Sun Tzu is quoted as having said, “know your enemy”, but he actually said this: If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat. If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle.[1] This is very good advice. Know your adversary and you have a better chance of being victorious. But you also need to know yourself, you need to know your limitations, your capabilities, your resources,…

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