Racism

Hooton on Little’s racist attack on the Maori party

Matthew Hooton thinks that Andrew Little’s attack on the Maori party was racist:

[T]he Mana leader is unquestionably a genuine representative of a certain kaupapa of a minority within Maori society.  Equally undeniable is that the rival Maori Party gives voice to another genuine Maori worldview and mission, albeit one that is more positive and optimistic.  The temporary truce between the two parties indicates that both believe Parliament is richer that the other is represented, despite their differences.  They are almost certainly right.

Labour leader Andrew Little takes a contrary view.  In a Monday morning rant every bit as hate-fuelled as Mr Harawira at his worst, the failing Labour leader – a white man from Wellington – declared the Maori Party was hopeless, had achieved nothing for its people and was “not kaupapa Maori.” He savaged Mr Harawira, who has been nothing if not consistent through his many decades as a radical activist, as “all over the show.”

Mr Harawira was first out of the blocks, defending not just himself but also his Maori Party rivals. In an interview all the more devastating for its unusual restraint, Mr Harawira called Mr Little’s premeditated attack inappropriate and nasty, and declared that Maori did not need “white guys like Andrew Little telling us what to do and what our aspirations should be.”   Read more »

The racism of Black Lives Matter founder Yusra Khogali

You know they’ve lost the argument and the plot when they use racism to fight alleged racism.

Truth Revolt reports:

While the news media continue to either suggest or openly declare that President Trump and his administration are white supremacists, they ignore the blatant racism of the Black Lives Matter (BLM) terrorist movement.

A BLM leader in Toronto recently posted on Facebook that white people are “sub-human,” that blacks are “superhuman,” and that the white race could be wiped out “if we had the power to.”

Heat Street reports that Toronto BLM co-founder Yusra Khogali argued that black people are the superior race because white people possess “genetic defects” that make them lesser humans.

“Whiteness is not humxness, in fact, white skin is sub-humxn,” she wrote, using the gender-inclusive “x” construction favored by identity politics fanatics. “All phenotypes exist within the black family and white ppl are a genetic defect of blackness.”   Read more »

Fix your racist, sexist toddler with this University workshop

A Washington state college is offering a workshop to help teach parents how to nip their toddlers’ sexist, racist, and gender-normative behavior in the bud.

Evergreen College’s upcoming event, “A is for Anti-Bias,” includes a presentation, handouts, group activities, and homework that will help you cure your children aged 3-6 of any attachment to reality that they might already have developed.

The class is taught by a grad student who, according to the event page, is “engaged in education initiatives focused on inclusion and equity.” In other words, indoctrination in cultural Marxism.

The event is sponsored by an organization called “Teaching for Change,” which holds workshops across the country to initiate a national conversation about toddler biases — yes, toddler biases. The group is working to craft “an approach to early childhood education that sets forth values-based principles and methodology in support of respecting and embracing differences and acting against bias and unfairness.” Cut through the academic jargon there and what you have is an agenda for politicizing your children in the divisive, corrosive evil of identity politics.

Teaching for Change also offers plenty of at-home resources on their website to help inculcate a radical racial and sexual consciousness in your baby before he or she (or xe) even learns to spell. The younger, the better!

And of course, there is even a set of lesson plans to help parents teach your child how to build an active resistance to President Trump’s agenda.

This isn’t satire.  It is real.   Read more »

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If you want to know who rules you ask yourself who you cannot criticise

The French are already well on the way to becoming a Muslim caliphate as their harsh treatment of those who tell the truth about how Arab families raise their children is a strong indication that Muslims are already ruling them. In what has been called the French Inquisition or a jihad against the truth, a trial in France has been held to punish George Bensoussan who is a historian of Moroccan heritage. This is a man who has studied Moroccans and is an expert on their culture. Putting him on trial for making statements about Arab families is like putting a Science teacher on trial for making statements about the Periodic table.

What George Bensoussan said is something that everyone knows to be true. Socialists, however, are known for being more concerned about how they want the world to be rather than about how the world actually is. What Bensoussan said does not describe the kind of world they want in France even though it is exactly the kind of world they are living in.

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Why Whites aren’t the most racist people

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Most racist video ever

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A tailor-made situation for Western liberals and left-wingers to shun and condemn

It has everything that left-wingers and Western liberals love to hate.

It has…

  • Racism.
  • Colonialism.
  • Ethnic cleansing.
  • Police states.
  • Antisemitism.

These are all things that Western Progressives claim to be against. In fact, they define themselves by their fixed positions against all these things.

Israel is currently looking down the barrel of a diplomatic gun as the Obama presidency approaches its final days. If Western Progressives despise all of the above things then they should be firmly on the side of Israel.

Colonialism:

The goal of the Palestinians is the colonial conquest of another people’s country. That country is the State of Israel, the homeland of the Jewish people…

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Unbelievably racist headlines on Stuff today

What would a lefty, social Justice bully snowflake say if Stuff ran this headline do you think?

“Just another brown man in a suit “

I suggest that they would be typing away on their custom keyboard below in outrage yet Stuff thought it was quite acceptable to racially profile our new Prime Minister and to belittle him for his skin colour.

 

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Comment of the Day

My attention was drawn to this comment on Martyn Martin Bradbury’s hate speech blog, where Bradbury gets schooled on issues regarding hate speech and its pernicious effects.

Bradbury had been mansplaining about how it was OK for Muslim hate-speech preacher Shaykh Dr Mohammad Anwar Sahib was really just a silly old man rather than the nasty antisemite  and misogynist he actually is.

This has got to be one of the silliest posts to have turned up on the Kiwi blogosphere for some time, with a fair number of suspects competing for that dismal accolade.

Maybe the most disconcerting thing here, Martyn, is your blitheness about the stress that hate speech causes real people: members of vulnerable minorities; especially young people, and children not least of all. “What’s so controversial about claiming Jews and Christians are the enemies of Muslims?” What’s the matter with you, Bomber? How do you imagine that hate speech, or the wholesale denigration of an entire minority actually works?

A boy of four wearing a yarmulke, assaulted in Mt. Eden last year – because Jews are portrayed by some fanatics as the enemies of Islam and as members of a race trying to take over the world. That’s how hate speech works. A Muslim kindergarten child in the US harassed verbally – and physically – by his TEACHER – because all Muslims are supposed to be terrorists. And one day that child is supposed to grow up to become one. That’s how hate speech works.

You bring up Gaza. Did the Islamic Women’s Council of NZ, who are a thousand-fold more qualified to talk about Gaza then you are, raise Gaza? Of course not. They rebuked Sahib unequivocally and expressed nothing toward the Jewish community but magnanimity and solidarity. Not much sexy contrarianism there, Martyn. But I’m guessing that they know all too well the thing that you’ve completely managed to miss: that children or young people of any minority are not in the least bit responsible for Gaza, for Isis, for anything else – but they’re always the first victims of the radical evil that hate speech is.   Read more »

The rise of anti-whiteness