The Left’s War on Whiteness

I feature this article about the Left’s war on whiteness mainly due to the introduction (which I broke up into three paragraphs for easier reading) from the editors at FrontPageMag.com. It immediately follows this lede:

John Perazzo’s new pamphlet unveils the colossal myth of “white privilege.”

Introduction: In recent decades, the Left has gained a nearly monopolistic control of the key institutions that shape the American people’s worldview: the mass media, the entertainment industry, the schools, and many of the mainline churches.

Consequently, these institutions have been turned into conduits through which leftist perspectives are transmitted to a highly receptive public. One of these perspectives is the notion that white people are both the cause and the embodiment of virtually every societal ill afflicting our country. Until “whiteness” can be either quarantined or destroyed outright, says the Left, “people of color” will continue to fare less well in school, earn less money, and be incarcerated at higher rates than their white counterparts.

All inequalities in these various realms are attributed, by the Left, to injustices orchestrated by white people. By relentlessly banging the drum of “white privilege,” the Left has effectively portrayed race relations as little more than a constant battle between white oppressors and black victims. In this new Freedom Center pamphlet, The Left’s War on Whiteness, John Perazzo unveils the colossal deception and ignorance that underlies this worldview.

In a recent article published improbably by the journal Foreign Affairs, writer Max Boot dropped a mea culpa. “It has become impossible for me to deny the reality of discrimination, harassment, even violence that people of color and women continue to experience in modern-day America from a power structure that remains for the most part in the hands of straight, white males,” he wrote. “People like me, in other words. Whether I realize it or not, I have benefitted from my skin color and my gender — and those of a different gender or sexuality or skin color have suffered because of it.”

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