Here is Matthew Vadum writing about some high profile black “racists”:
Being a racist can be a ticket to success — if you’re an African-American.
In America today there is nothing worse than being called a racist. You can’t easily defend yourself against the life-changing, sometimes career-ending smear which evildoers can wield with impunity.
“There is nothing worse for your career,” New York State Assemblyman Kieran Lalor (R), said on Fox and Friends, “there’s nothing worse for you as a person. A lot of people don’t want to speak up because they’re going to be accused of being a racist.”
Yet outrageous, even genocidal, statements are issued every day now by hate-filled black supremacists and their radical allies. In a case of deviancy having been defined down, these antisocial, anti-white sentiments are accepted by the media as normal, even admirable.
Some black racists today have become rich and famous by vilifying white people and the American system, claiming blacks are systematically persecuted and discriminated against – despite federal laws which make this illegal – and asserting that there is an invisible conspiracy of white supremacists preventing black people from becoming successful. Anti-white racism is often expressed in matter-of-fact terms, largely unchallenged by the gatekeepers of our culture, including by self-styled conservatives. Black racists routinely say things and engage in race-baiting that would typically land whites in hot water.
Here is FrontPage’s Top 10 List:
1. Ta-Nehisi Coates
Bestselling author Ta-Nehisi Coates is America’s most pampered racist and foremost producer of victimology porn.
This James Baldwin wannabe, the toast of bicoastal elites and academics, talks about “black bodies” as sacred objects worthy of veneration. His fetishistic phraseology is now standard among members of the violent, racist Black Lives Matter movement, and has spread to the culture at large.
His National Book Award-winning memoir, Between the World and Me, is a wealth of “pseudo-Marxist legalisms” observes Daniel Greenfield, “in which ‘black bodies’ are the engines of commerce and culture on which a vast evil white conspiracy squats. The book is “a racist screed that masks its hatred in self-pity.”
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