Robin DiAngelo knows her audience.
It is the people who we criticize virtually every single day on this website: the affluent, college-educated, upper middle class White professionals with modernist, cosmopolitan and antiracist values who live in a wealthy suburb or a large metropolitan area, usually in a coastal state back East or out on the West Coast. These people are the Democrat Independent Liberal Elites (DILEs) or the woke progressives.
“Doubling down on her dangerous claim that all white people are intractably, hopelessly racist, the P.T. Barnum of American race relations is back with a new book — a little light summer reading, if you will — and her premise is a whopper.
The worst of the worst, says Robin DiAngelo, are not those who identify as neo-Nazis or white supremacists or members of the KKK or the Aryan Brotherhood.
No: In her new book, “Nice Racism: How Progressive White People Perpetuate Racial Harm,” DiAngelo posits that white, liberal, intellectual, coastal progressives — you know, the people who used her first book, “White Fragility,” as an intellectual hairshirt — are the most bigoted, the most harmful, the greatest threat to racial equality.
As a professor of “multicultural education,” DiAngelo is credited with coining the phrase “white fragility” in 2011. Of late she’s developed this into a lucrative career — along with Ibram X. Kendi of “How to Be an Antiracist” and others — teaching white people why they’re racist. Oh, DiAngelo is white.
CEOs of multibillion-dollar multinationals force their rank-and-file to sit through her corporate scoldings ($15,000 a pop as of last summer). …”
These terms are euphemisms for Yankees.
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Author: Hunter Wallace
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