“To say that the West only got as powerful as it did because of slavery, is also wrong, because other empires were engaged in slavery, many to a much higher level and yet the West outstripped them.”
“The Red Guards destroyed anything that is not Communist — statues, books and anything else, we were also encouraged to report on each other, just like the Student Equity Ambassador program and the bias reporting system.”
“This Yale episode signifies that Critical Race Theory is a brutal and racist doctrine. It is a worldview that attributes evil to an entire category of people.”
“At the epicentre of the coming evangelical catastrophe is a new religion—or, more specifically, a new cult…”
“Brave social justice activists such as myself are working tirelessly to expose *all* the racist elements within our society,” the parody account tweeted in the thread, initially created in July 2020.
Given that Martin Luther King Jr fought the good fight peacefully, opposed communism/Marxism and its tendency towards using any means to achieve its ends, and was motivated by belief in the image of God and not by political ideology, BLM should stop associating him with their agenda.
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?
“Want to stomp out white supremacy? Don’t be a white guy who sends klansmen hoods to black people.”
Would you trust your family or your own healthcare to institutions that give potential professionals degrees based on their skin tone, gender or sexual preference, not the quality of their performance, acumen, or merit?
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.”
You’ve almost certainly encountered Critical Race Theory over the last year, even if those words aren’t familiar.
Coca-Cola has been accused of forcing its employees to undergo an online training course instructing them to “be less white.”
White Abolitionist. Changing institutions, dismantling whiteness, and not allowing whiteness to reassert itself.
School students across Ames, Iowa are set to participate in the Black Lives Matter at School Week of Action next month, which promises lessons in affirming globalism, queer ideology, transgenderism, disruption of the nuclear family, and the dismantling of the patriarchy.
“Society is structured in a way that enables [white people] to live longer,” Schmidt told the publication.
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.
The move has been slammed on social media for its potential to be abused and weaponized, and the risk of bankruptcy it poses to businesses that may be unfairly targeted for personal, political, or other reasons.
“That’s exactly why people are marching.”
Support for Black Lives Matter has fallen with many Americans now saying they believe a war is being waged against police officers.
Darrell B. Harrison and Virgil Walker’s new freestyle podcast is #lit and then some.