For as much as the liberals toot their own horn on diversity and inclusion, they sure do have some extremely bigoted personal beliefs.
One such instance of this bizarre, backwards trending of the supposedly “progressive” left comes to us from the insane political correctness movement, and the PC Police that have sprung up in its wake.
The left has insisted over the course of the last several decades that they prefer equity over equality, a dangerous and misguided ideology that thrusts society into a world of coddling and propping up of people who otherwise would not put for the effort to succeed. Liberals believe that political correctness is the best solution to silencing those who rightfully believe that this is a backwards, communistic outlook that could infect society with an entitlement attitude that could take generations to resolve.
Conservatives, on the other hand, realize that this has already begun.
With an attitude of equity over equality in inherent in their belief system, the next logical step for liberals is segregation of races and classes. You see, in order to provide this equity “fairly”, the left must identify and isolate those in need of governmental assistance, eschewing those who do not. This practice inevitably divides America into the haves and have-nots, and forcefully creates programs that work to maintain Americans current status. With government provided equity comes complacency, that nullifies any Americans desire to move upward, henceforth reiterating the liberal segregation applied earlier.
This overreach of ideals has infected our political arena as well, with democrats patronizing the have-nots in order to score votes. To accelerate this process, the left has vilified Donald Trump as a bigot, intrinsically creating a racial divide among the class lines that they have already drawn in their equity crusade, therefore providing a catalyst for racism in America.
Now, in the midst of this cultural coup, the New York Times has come out to advocate for segregation.
“On Saturday, The New York Times ran yet another execrable op-ed, this time from Professor Ekow Yankah of the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law at Yeshiva University. This op-ed argued that black children should not be friends with white children, and that their parents ought to warn them off of such relationships. This assuredly makes things awkward at Yeshiva University, a Jewish school.
“The piece begins with Yankah’s oldest son, who is 4, talking about his friends:
“‘My oldest son, wrestling with a 4-year-old’s happy struggles, is trying to clarify how many people can be his best friend. “My best friends are you and Mama and my brother and …” But even a child’s joy is not immune to this ominous political period. This summer’s images of violence in Charlottesville, Va., prompted an array of questions. “Some people hate others because they are different,” I offer, lamely. A childish but distinct panic enters his voice. “But I’m not different.” It is impossible to convey the mixture of heartbreak and fear I feel for him. Donald Trump’s election has made it clear that I will teach my boys the lesson generations old, one that I for the most part nearly escaped. I will teach them to be cautious, I will teach them suspicion, and I will teach them distrust. Much sooner than I thought I would, I will have to discuss with my boys whether they can truly be friends with white people.’”
The absurdity of the piece nearly speaks for itself, but a succinct summary can easily be proffered as well.
Liberals need racism and segregation to accumulate votes and power. If “all men are created equal”, then why do the democrats tout their minority vote stranglehold every election cycle? If we truly believed in equality over equity, the democrats would lose an enormous foothold in their voter rolls, and they certainly know this.
Racism is beneficial to the democrats, and for this reason they can never truly embrace the most basic and intrinsic of American principles.
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