4 August, 2020

Yeah, Yeah, Systemic, Systemic, Blah, Blah, Blah

Posted by Socrates in "civil rights", "systemic racism", America, America as a 'melting pot', America the White nation, America's founders, Black 'professionals', Black achievement, Black mentality, Blacks in America, Insurrection of 2020, racism, racism accusations, social justice, Social Justice Warriors (SJWs), sociology, Socrates, Trump, Trump's policies, Trump-as-a-fascist, Trumpphobia, Western civilization, Western culture, Western decline at 2:30 pm | Permanent Link

All the Blacks and leftists must be reading from the same playbook. I hear the phrase “systemic racism” 15 times per day now. A Google search in early August 2020 turns up over 9 million results (9,470,000 results). Even Ben and Jerry’s Ice Cream has a webpage about “systemic racism” (which is funny: I don’t see a connection between “making ice cream” and “systemic racism”). By the way, didn’t America elect a Black president twice (who did nothing for 8 years)? Doesn’t America love its negro sports stars? Doesn’t America love Jimi Hendrix? So much for widespread “systemic racism.”

But anyway.

Blacks, as a people, seem to be unable to grasp a simple concept: America (and the Western world) was not intended to be multicultural. Western culture is White culture. Period. America’s founders gave us a White republic, and it remained one until circa 1964. (Let’s consider the author: “Aldon Morris, Ph.D., is the Leon Forrest Professor of Sociology and African American Studies at Northwestern University”; notice that Sociology and African American Studies are “soft sciences.” I’d be much more impressed if he had a “hard science” background (e.g., physics, biology).


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