Opinion from a Libertarian ViewPoint

Woman’s march cancelled: participants had the wrong skin color | The Daily Bell

Posted by M. C. on January 8, 2019

I can remember when the goal was to see the person and NOT the color of their skin, their religion or how their eyes looked.

I think I like that better.

Wouldn’t you like to know went through the minds if these organizers? Then again maybe not.

Right, because you never want to appear too white. But there are a lot of intersecting victim groups, and it is hard to keep track of who likes who.

Also organizing events that day are other women’s groups such as March On and the Women’s March Alliance, which have formed as alternatives to the Women’s March over anti-Semitism concerns. The four national co-chairs of the Women’s March have denied allegations of anti-Semitism.

Oh, it’s difficult to keep track of. Seems inevitable that these movements eat themselves alive as they struggle to invent ever more demographic problems.

It’s much easier to just actually not be a racist, anti-Semitic, homophobic, sexist, xenophobic, bigotted. Normal people don’t actually think about these distinctions that often because they don’t actually matter all too much. Isn’t that the point?

…So they call off a march because they are afraid of looking too white.

That shows that what they care about is truly just skin deep.

Either they think people and movements are defined by skin color, or they only care about minorities to use as props to virtue signal–to show others how progressive they are.

Sorry but those of us who truly don’t want to live in a prejudiced world don’t look around counting the minorities at every event we attend.

And the virtue of the event is not defined by the skin color on display…

Be seeing you


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