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Critical Race Theory - Helping or Hurting?   Social issues

Started 30/10/20 by Sand_Grain; 40823 views.

Grooming hatted for the future!


It's all a distraction from the real issues, for example and especially the economy (rising disparities in income, affordable housing, inflation), but also mass migration and immigration, falling standards in education, falling standards in news reporting, and public safety, i.e., crime prevention.

Those who study the phenomenon cannot help but notice how in the aftermath of the collapse of the Soviet Union, leftists lost interest in economic matters.  The term for this is cultural Marxism, but looking on Wikipedia I notice they consider this designation a 'conspiracy theory'.

... A rule of our public discourse, manifest during the 2020 presidential campaign, is: use white as an epithet, and no one will notice. It is now assumed that whites will be flagellated for their race and will accept such flagellation as normal and just. But use the term white to point out this anti-white bias and you will be accused of playing dangerous identity politics. Conservative commentators may themselves lodge that complaint.

This turn-the-other-cheek policy has not worked. The broad appeal to color-blind principles has failed to wake the public up. Conservatives must name what is going on. The only remaining hope for reclaiming the legacy of the West is to be explicit about how that legacy is being unwound and to forthrightly rebut the equation between whiteness and evil.


The excessive racial smear slander from the antagonists has always been known as an attack with totally bogus allegations to lock everyone up into the same pot.