90 Miles From Tyranny : Space Force Promotes ‘White Rage’

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Tuesday, October 4, 2022

Space Force Promotes ‘White Rage’

“Only whites can be racist."

“Over 200 years ago, Britain’s King George III was forced to accept a Declaration of Independence from former white subjects residing as immigrants in what was to become the United States of America,” reads a paragraph from a book on the Space Force’s reading list.

“Race Talk and the Conspiracy of Silence” by Derald Wing Sue condemns the “hypocrisy” of the Founding Fathers and claims that the United States “was formed from the fabric of racial oppression, domination and discrimination.”

It’s hard to imagine the Space Force doing anything less patriotic short of defecting to China.

The newly formed and wokest branch of the military put “Race Talk” and “White Rage” on its Diversity and Inclusion resource list alongside “How to Deconstruct Racism, One Headline at a Time” which claims that white people are racists who randomly call the cops on black people and National Geographic’s “Gender Revolution” which promotes transgenderism for kids.

“Race Talk” claims white people maintain the conspiracy and make minorities feel “silenced, invalidated and punished”. And that “being calm and rational” is actually a white strategy that suppresses “race talk” and insists that the idea that “only whites can be racist” is “echoing the sentiments of many who have studied the manifestation, dynamics and impact of racism”.

That’s the point of view that the Space Force has decided to promote to its personnel. But it’s not even the worst book on its hate list. That honor goes to “White Rage”.

After black nationalist race riots in Ferguson prompted by a violent assault by Michael Brown on a minority convenience store manager and then a police officer devastated the city, looting and burning small businesses, many of them minority owned, Carol Anderson blamed “white rage”.

According to Anderson, an associate prof of black studies at Emory University, the black nationalist violence actually represented “white rage”.

“Only then does Ferguson make sense. It’s about white rage,” Anderson concluded a Washington Post op-ed that made no sense.

The black nationalist screed about white people made so little sense that Bloomsbury Books, a British publisher, published it as a book, “White Rage: The Unspoken Truth of Our Racial Divide”. Despite being unspoken, it’s the only lie that can be spoken. The notion that white people are evil is the dominant form of systemic racism that has been institutionalized in government, at corporate workplaces through DEI and forcibly taught from kindergarten on.

“White Rage” was championed by the media, became a bestseller and won a National Book Critics Circle Award. It’s now also being promoted by the Space Force.

Gen. Mark Milley, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, had infamously defended critical race theory indoctrination at West Point through courses such as “Understanding Whiteness and White Rage” by arguing, “I want to understand white rage.”

The Space Force appears to be on board, looking not to the stars, but to gutter racism.

While most of the Space Force’s diversity list is bad, “White Rage” is a uniquely racist and dumb collection of conspiracy theories. In Anderson’s inverted world, white rage is embodied by decoding everything bad that happens as a covert plot by white people against...

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1 comment:

JG said...

I worked myself through college in the mid to late 70s. I worked for the phone company in two of the worst areas of Los Angeles, East LA (Mexican Slums) and South Central LA (Black Slums).

I am white and worked on multiracial crews in both areas. East LA was much safer. South Central LA was an open war zone and we all were attacked, drive-bys were normal. There were areas the police did not go in and we only went in during very early morning and out within 2 hours.

The Blacks are heavily racist and Black-on-Black crime is the most high of all. My Black supervisor was shot. I nearly got shot eating at a diner when a gang saw some other gang member on the street near the diner and bus stop and opened up and killed the gang guy and 5 others and shot up the diner. One shot just missed me as I ate lunch.