The left has been sounding off on the interrelated themes of “institutional racism,” “unconscious racism,” and “white privilege” for decades (In fact, Toni Morrisonattributes Trump’s victory to a “fear” of the “loss” of “white privilege”). By the lights of this thinking, all whites are “racist,” even those with the best of intentions toward those of other races. All whites need to be “mindful” of their “privilege,” i.e. of their obligation to better the plight of peoples of color—even when the latter, on an individual basis, may be better off than them.
For roughly a half-of-a-century, the same kinds of people who are decrying Trump and his supporters as “fascists” and “racists” have been referring to America as “AmeriKKKa.”
Let us, then, refine our last question: What makes such “white racists” and “fascists” as Spencer and NPI any worse than such “white racists” and “fascists” as Tim Wise, Martha Raddatz, Jeffrey Zucker, Anderson Cooper, and every other white person? – READ MORE