#White Supremacy


The Constitution Was Designed to Protect White Supremacists

Unchecked freedom brings out the absolute worst in humanity. It’s sickening how many people claim tolerating their selfish, ignorant, and oppressive behavior is “necessary” in order to live in a “free” society. If “freedom” means owning slaves, sex trafficking minors, or slaughtering children in mass shootings then I want nothing...
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LETTER: A great lesson in wokeism and the 1619 project

The first thing one must learn about our woke brethren is if you don’t agree with their principles, they won’t attack yours — they’ll attack your character. [“Our nation needs to learn from history before we can move ahead,” Fauquier Times, July 14.] In my case, out of the gate I am a white supremacist with a 400-year history behind me. As such, I received my K-12 education in Pennsylvania and would have fought against slavery, which would have put me in good company with those soldiers buried no more than a bicycle ride on R-29N — hallowed ground, as some signs say along the way.
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Critical Race Theory vs the MLK approach

The fundamental difference between the current progressive focus on critical race theory and the approach sanctioned by Martin Luther King Jr. centers on their respective views on destiny. Critical Race theory beckons us to the past, the 1619 slave ship landing. This event, it argues, is the alleged foundation of White supremacy as our eternal and fundamental trait as a nation.
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Thistlethwaite: The day ‘Blue Lives’ didn’t matter

The attack on the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, shattered many myths about this country, such as our international reputation for the peaceful transition of presidential power. One myth that was definitely destroyed on that day is the claim by political conservatives that they support law enforcement. “Blue Lives...
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Judge overturns San Francisco school officials’ decision to cover George Washington mural that ‘glorifies … white supremacy’ and ‘traumatizes students’

A mural in a San Francisco school depicting the life of George Washington — which was set to be covered after critics said it “glorifies slavery, genocide, colonization, manifest destiny, white supremacy, oppression” and “traumatizes students” — has been granted new life. What happened?. A Superior Court judge overturned the...

Glasses Malone Says Lil Nas X Is a ‘Puppet for White Supremacy’

Glasses Malone is weighing in with his own bizarre theory about Lil Nas X. A week after Nas debuted his much-talked-about video for “Industry Baby,” Malone took to Twitter to speak out against the openly-gay rapper, claiming that “white supremacy” is to blame for his music and videos. “lil nas...
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Rise of the Right: How the Vaudeville Left Fuels White Supremacy

White supremacy in America was never simply a rightwing phenomenon. It pervades all parts of the ideological spectrum. As I discussed in my CounterPunch piece last week, numerous polls show that Republicans, independents, and Democrats embrace white nationalism, even if it is most popular on the right. In my last...

Radical Educators Who Want to Tear Down Public Education

Radical Educators Who Want to Tear Down Public Education. An obsession with race and deconstructing ‘white supremacy’. Richard L. Cravatts, Ph.D., a Freedom Center Journalism Fellow in Academic Free Speech and President Emeritus of Scholars for Peace in the Middle East, is the author of Dispatches From the Campus War Against Israel and Jews.

White Supremacy Songs and Poems

Wonder why the lyrics to this nursery rhyme, “Shoo Fly Don’t Bother Me,” doesn’t make a lot of sense? Well, teachers were forced to change the lyrics after integration. This is a song originally about a “lazy” slave who’s trying to sleep on the “job” but a fly is keeping him awake: “Shew! Fly, don’t bother me, Shew! Fly, don’t bother me, Shew! fly, don’t bother me, I belong to Comp’ny G., I feel, I feel, I feel, That’s what my mother said, Whenever this ”N” goes to sleep, He must cover up his head. If I sleep in the sun this “N” knows, If I sleep in the sun this “N” knows, If I sleep in the sun this “N” knows, A fly come sting him on the nose.”