Is this the dumbest, most anti-white racist article on Medium?
The genre of “anti-white racism” should be its own sub-category on Medium at this point, but even within this pathetic category, this article stands out with gems such as “It was a bad idea, and like most bad ideas, I blame white people” or “If history has taught me anything, it’s that there’s nothing more disappointing or dangerous than a room full of white people. With that in mind, I’d like you to consider why anyone would expect white-led anti-racism organizations to be any different.” This stuff is outrageous enough to qualify as pure hate speech that Medium should be taking down as abusive if it wants to be consistent (though, personally, I am for letting idiots of every race, color and creed say all the dumb and hateful things they want, and let history be the judge).
In blaming an organization of whites that fights racism against blacks for being, itself, too white or too white-led, or something like that (the argument is too ludicrous and incoherent to describe), this article is also a prime example of what I’m talking about in describing the phenomenon of “white masochism” here. In other words, the more pathetic the self-flagellating white masochists like SURJ become, the more arrogant, aggressive and unapologetically racist black sadists like The DiDi Delgado will be in response. The more these sniveling white slugs whimper “I’m sorry I’m white, and I’m sorry about U.S. history, regardless of whether I had anything to do with that history,” the more these strutting black bozos will pile on and say, “Yeah, goddam right, you’re sorry, but not sorry enough! I’ll show you sorry, you pale-complexioned sorry sumbitch!”
As this far more reflective article I read this morning explains, if you actually want to increase empathy, you need to think of people as individuals, not members of groups. I’ve made the same point here, citing tons of statistics that prove that our aggressive brand of identity politics is making people more racist. It’s time for thoughtful people of every race to come together and stand up against those racists who think of everyone and their rights and privileges solely in racial terms, regardless of whether the racists are white, black, anti-white or anti-black. As Justice Roberts said, “The way to stop discrimination on the basis of race is to stop discriminating on the basis of race.” We’d all be wise to take those words to heart.
So, to end where I began, is this the dumbest, most anti-white racist article on Medium? Maybe, but it’s sure got lots of competition.