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White Supremacy: The Left’s Latest Lie – LewRockwell

Posted by M. C. on January 21, 2021

Cori Bush happens to be black. Is it, then, not ironic that a black congresswoman complains of white supremacy which, she implies, threatens black people in her district to the point that their lives need to be defended?

If that’s the case, how is it possible that Bush got elected – in this supremacist milieu – to America’s Halls of Power as a member of this nation’s highest legislative body?

The claim that white supremacy is pervasive in America is about as true as the canard that America is a racist country. Both are patently false, and Cori Bush is exhibit number one to show that.

By Vasko Kohlmayer

There is only one thing that mutates faster these days than the coronavirus: the driving narrative of America’s social justice movement.

It all began – if you still remember – with police brutality. In May of last year, it was police brutality that was America’s terrible ill and sin. To purge it, we had to beat the police on their heads wherever they showed up and burn cities across the land. And we also had to kneel.

Then came the charge of systemic racism. To do away with that scourge, we had to do all of the above, plus white people had to apologize for their privilege.

Next came slavery. To free ourselves from that plague, we had to do all of the above plus destroy sculptures and white people had to condemn themselves in addition to kneeling and repenting of their white privilege.

And now it is white supremacy that stains America.

Two weeks ago, the issue was hardly spoken of by the woke. Now they can hardly talk about anything else.

“The Capitol attack was White supremacy, plain and simple,” announces a recent CNN headline.

Following the infamous Capitol riot, the Left has somehow discovered that it is white supremacy that is at the root of what is wrong with this country.

On January 13, Cori Bush, the freshman congresswoman from Missouri, took to the floor of the House of Representatives and made the following statement:

“St. Louis and I rise in support of the article of impeachment against Donald J. Trump. If we fail to remove a white supremacist president who incited a white supremacist insurrection, it’s communities like Missouri’s first district that suffer the most. The 117th Congress must understand that we have a mandate to legislate in defense of black lives. The first step in that process is to root out white supremacy starting with impeaching the white supremacist-in-chief.”

Cori Bush happens to be black. Is it, then, not ironic that a black congresswoman complains of white supremacy which, she implies, threatens black people in her district to the point that their lives need to be defended?

If that’s the case, how is it possible that Bush got elected – in this supremacist milieu – to America’s Halls of Power as a member of this nation’s highest legislative body?

The claim that white supremacy is pervasive in America is about as true as the canard that America is a racist country. Both are patently false, and Cori Bush is exhibit number one to show that.

But this is not all. There is something else you may want to know about Cori Bush. On June 28 last year, Cori was one of the leaders of the unruly BLM crowd that broke through into a private street – in an act of trespassing and public disturbance – in Portland and Westmoreland Places, a neighborhood of St. Louis, Missouri. One of the houses on that street belonged to Mark and Patricia McCloskey who were having dinner in their home at the time.

When the McCloskeys asked the trespassers to leave, the assembled crowd threatened to burn their house, and kill them as well as their dog.

They may well have made good on their threats had not the McCloskeys made it clear that they were armed and prepared to defend themselves. During the confrontation, Cori Bush, a progressive activist, stood outside the McCloskeys’ residence shouting  that they couldn’t “stop the revolution.”

Guess what happened in the days that followed?

It was the McCloskeys who were charged with felonies, not Cori Bush and her law-breaking compadres who threatened the besieged couple with murder.

Amazingly, this travesty occurred in the United States of America, a country where the right to self-defense used to be considered sacrosanct.

The charges against the McCloskeys were filed by Kimberly Gardner, the Circuit Attorney for the City of St. Louis. Kimberly Gardner, like Cori Bush, happens to be black.

To recap, this is what happened on June 28 in Missouri’s first congressional district: a crowd made up largely of black people trespassed on a white couple’s property and threatened them with death and destruction. After the targets showed their readiness to defend themselves, they were charged by a black Circuit Attorney. A few months later Cori Bush, one of the ringleaders, gets elected to the United States Congress and in her first speech implies that white supremacy threatens the lives of black people in her congressional district.

Does the McCloskey incident support in any way her assertion? Cori Bush should know better than anyone, since she was there herself… instigating it.

Contemplating this situation, a thought comes to mind: Bush’s claims would be comical if things were not so serious.

When insinuating that white supremacy threatens black people’s lives, Cori Bush is obviously not telling the truth. Sadly, she is not alone. The charge of white supremacy is now the rallying cry of the totalitarian Left.

This charge is about as false as that of systemic racism in the name of which they burned American cities all summer long.

The Best of Vasko Kohlmayer Vasko Kohlmayer [email] was born and grew up in former communist Czechoslovakia. He is the author of The West in Crisis: Civilizations and Their Death Drives.

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Coulter: The Whole Folk Tale and Nothing but the Folk Tale | Breitbart

Posted by M. C. on June 6, 2019

“When I disagree with a rational man, I let reality be our final arbiter; if I am right, he will learn; if I am wrong, I will; one of us will win, but both will profit.”

Ayn Rand


New York City public school teachers recently revealed that they have been instructed to reject “objectivity,” “written documentation” and “perfectionism” by Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza, as part of his effort to “dismantle racism.” Carranza identified these values as tools of the “white-supremacy culture.”

Our cultural overlords are way ahead of Carranza. With lightning speed, we’ve abandoned old, hidebound, Anglo-Saxon facts-and-evidence standards in deference to new, fresh African folk tale standards. (According to J. Bekunuru Kubayanda, writing in the Afro-Hispanic Review, even Latin America and the Caribbean got their oral history traditions from Africa.) 

Thus, for example, Gen. Robert E. Lee has been re-invented as a white genocidal lunatic. Meanwhile, actual tape-recorded evidence of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. engaging in sex orgies will not put a dent in his hero status. 

Michael Korda, a lion of the New York literary set, published an admiring biography of Lee just five years ago, Clouds of Glory: The Life and Legend of Robert E. Lee. His book received a favorable review in The New York Times, which chirped that Korda portrayed Lee as a “master strategist” who was “physically fearless.” 

How can it be that the longtime editor-in-chief of Simon & Schuster and author of dozens of books — not to mention The New York Times itself — totally missed that Lee was a vicious racist, with no redeeming qualities whatsoever? Thank God Nikki Haley’s parents emigrated here from India so she could set Korda straight on this country’s history!

(Here’s an interesting fact about Lee: After graduating second in his class at West Point, he spent several decades overseeing the construction of fortifications on our borders. He rose to fame during the war with — GUESS WHO? — Mexico! Wasn’t it great when our military defended our country?) 

Two weeks ago, David Garrow, the Pulitzer Prize-winning King biographer, revealed shocking facts about the civil rights leader, based on extensive FBI notes on the wiretaps of his hotel rooms. In addition to King’s endless orgies with prostitutes, lesbians, ministers and parishioners, Garrow reports that King “looked on, laughed and offered advice” as one minister forcibly raped a parishioner. 

If any confederate cavalryman had behaved like King, Lee would have had him shot. American folk tale version-cum-Revealed Truth: Lee is Hitler. King is a saint. 

It took The New York Times a mere two weeks to report on Garrow’s mind-blowing article — an article he had offered to the Times (and dozens of other outlets), but which the newspaper declined to print. 

The Times’ eventual acknowledgment of Garrow’s groundbreaking research began with a column titled, “A Black Feminist’s Response to Attacks on Martin Luther King Jr.’s Legacy.” The author attacked Garrow’s “irresponsible account, drawn from questionable documents.” (Yes, that would be the treacherous “written documentation”!) 

This was followed by a news story on Garrow’s findings that bristled with denunciations of … the rapey minister? NO! Denunciations of Garrow for reporting what his research had uncovered. The Times even resurrected a 2002 incident at Emory Law School when Garrow was accused of abusively grabbing the wrists of a school official. 

Wikipedia has still not added the new information to King’s entry. Folk tales take precedence over the written documentation favored by “white-supremacy culture.” 

In our new objectivity-free country, it was an act of indisputable racism for Trump to question whether President Obama was born in America. He may as well have screamed the N-word. 

Even Trump’s loyal little defender, presidential adviser Jared Kushner, refused to deny in an interview this week that Trump’s “birtherism” was racist. (No wonder his father-in-law thinks he’s a girl.)…

This week, the “oral tradition” of the Central Park wilding as told in the debut of Ava DuVernay’s Netflix series, “When They See Us,” forced the chief sorcerer — er, prosecutor — Linda Fairstein to resign from the boards of three charities and Vassar College. As one of the convicted, then “exonerated,” rapists said, “Even if it’s 30 years later, she has to pay for her crime.” 

The actual evidence against the convicted rapists was, and remains, overwhelming, as I have described repeatedly in columns and in my book, Demonic: How the Liberal Mob Is Endangering America. Evidently, I will be forced to continue restating the facts periodically, in some third-world version of Nietzsche’s eternal recurrence. 

In our new country, nonsense like “objectivity” and “written documentation” are mere tricks, chicanery, hocus-pocus, used against “communities of color” — as Schools Chancellor Carranza explained — in order “to win victories for white people.”

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NYC Department of Education: ‘Individualism’ Is ‘White Supremacy Culture’

Posted by M. C. on May 22, 2019

He looks, as well as speaks, like Lenin.

Don’t stand out, don’t question, do what you are told.

The school yard likely reminds him of a collective farm.

What is it about this de Blasio/Occasional Cortex thinking that keeps New Yorkers voting these people into office? What is it about New Yorkers?


The New York City Department of Education has instructed its teachers that “objectivity” and “individuals” are “white supremacist” concepts.

New York City Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza

According to a report from the New York Times, Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza gave a presentation about “white supremacy” culture. In the lesson, Carranza claims that concepts like “perfectionism,” “paternalism,” and “objectivity” are part of “white supremacy culture.”

Surprisingly, documents from Carranza’s presentation do little to tie these concepts to “white supremacy.” A graphic from Carranza’s lesson explains why “objectivity” is a negative concept. “This can lead to the belief that there is an ultimate truth and that alternative viewpoints or emotions are bad, it’s even inherent in the ‘belief that there is such a thing as being objective,’” the graphic reads.

A separate section of the graphic explains why Carranza lumps “individuality” into with “white supremacy culture.” “This idea is found among people who have ‘little experience of comfort working as part of a team.’ It can lead to isolation, and emphasize competition over cooperation,” the graphic reads.

Some employees who have attended Carranza’s training session have claimed that they were labeled “fragile” when they defended themselves against the accusation that they hold racial prejudices. “It’s good work. It’s hard work,” Carranza said in a comment to the New York Post. “And I would hope that anybody that feels that somehow that process is not beneficial to them, I would very respectfully say they are the ones that need to reflect even harder upon what they believe.”…

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