Prior to being shot in the head this week by four African Britons in a melee at a wild party, Sasha Johnson, of the British chapter of Black Lives Matter, had big plans for whites.
Johnson had been “calling for a ‘racial offenders register’ that would see those guilty of ‘microaggressions’ banned from living in multicultural communities and prevented from working in certain industries.”
"If you live in a majority-colored neighborhood, you shouldn't reside there because you're a risk to those people - just like if a sex offender lived next to a school, he would be a risk to those children," she fulminated.
Johnson’s call for a “racial offenders register” for whites is a perfectly pragmatic application of the critical race theory rot.
And while critical race theory (CRT) was made-in-America—it has been energetically exported around the world. British agitators are certainly improving upon the plans hatched for whites by their brothers-in-arms stateside.
To wit, Johnson had once pinned a tweet to her profile which read, “The white man will not be our equal, but our slave. History is changing. No justice, no peace #BLM.”
Believe Johnson and her ilk, for they are dead serious—and deadly.
Stateside, there have been some gains in working to outlaw the CRT poison percolating throughout American schools. Tennessee has led the way. Other states have introduced measures to ban or curb anti-white propagandizing by the nation’s eager pedagogues.
Alas, the intellectual means of production remain firmly under the control of progressives. As part of the lucrative “racial-industrial-complex” (a Jack Kerwick coinage), critical race theory enjoys muscular advocates.
Its adversaries, however, are weak and flaccid.
I’ve watched scores on Fox News "argue" against the critical race theory agitprop in education. There’s nothing but humbug from the channel’s holy men and women. Their arguments against the CRT scourge are characterized by a white-out of whites.
Nobody will utter the words "anti-white," or articulate the "anti-white" essence of critical race theory. CRT is always euphemized as things other than a hatred of whites and a resolve to blacken them. Always.
Weatherize The Kids From...Anti-Whiteness
White kids are critical race theory’s innocent targets in schools. Yet not one of the anointed critics of the critical-race bile has stated the obvious, and that is that, while white kids are brow-beaten, black and brown kids are buoyed by critical race theory; they come up smelling like roses and, often, punching like knock-out game champions.
Not one of critical race theory’s conscientious objectors has said, "Whites. White kids”: The true victims of the critical race miseducation are white kids, as they are the sole repository of hate and aggression in this critical-race blitzkrieg.
Instead, it’s "Critical race theory is bad for education. Our kids score last in the developed world. Kids are being reduced to their immutable characteristics. I lost a few IQ points listening to the drivel. Critical race theory violates the promise of America. It divides us. Martin Luther King Jr. would’ve opposed critical race theory.”
During the 2020 collapse of the electrical grid in Texas, we spoke of a grid that had not been weatherized nor winterized in anticipation of a harsh winter.
Wake up. Weatherize your kids against this anti-white hatred.
In particular, unlike critical race theory, Marxism offers a class-based analysis—it fingers social class as the primary source of conflict in society.
CRT's True Boogeyman: Not ‘Racism,’ But 'White Supremacy'
Critical race theory, conversely, focuses exclusively on race as the source of all oppression. Not on any race, mind you, but on the white race, or on “white supremacy.”
Honest demons that they are, critical race theory sophisticates generally reject the term "racism" in favor of “white supremacy as a conceptual framework for understanding race-based oppression,” as Charles W. Mills, a CRT “scholar,” readily concedes.
It is conservatives who cling to the comfortable “racism” generality to describe the thrust of critical race theory. They’re the only sorts to bewail CRT’s un-American, diffuse, generic racism.
Strictly speaking, critical race theory is not even traditionally racist; it's exclusively anti-white. It is pro-all races other than white.
Unlike their conservative adversaries, critical race theorists admit as much. These odious individuals use “white supremacy” to describe white existence. Irrespective of lives well-lived, to the critical race critters, whites are on the wrong side of creation.
As opposed to Marxists, then, critical race theorists identify race, the white race specifically, as the “primary contradiction in society.”
It’s Dhimmitude, Dummy
Socialism is most certainly not central in the BLM list of values; socialism hardly rates a mention in the larger scheme of priming whites for dhimmitude—reeducating, intimidating, and subjugating whites for being whites.
That truth, very plainly, is the albino elephant in the room.
Critical race theory’s central project is to make whites accept dhimmitude, not socialism. (If the practitioners of anti-whiteness, who already practice capitalism as consumers and producers in a market economy, were converted to theoretical capitalism—would their anti-whiteness dissipate? Naturally not.)
If you imagined dhimmitude means life as a second-class citizen—you were dead wrong.
"Dhimmitude,” according to Jihad Watch, “is the Islamic manifestation of the barbaric practice of extracting benefit or pleasure from someone whose life is already forfeit."
Differently put, white lives matter less.
If anything, for its failure to finger whites for all the ills of society, Marxism is viewed as incompatible with critical race theory by CRT’s leading sophisticates, as observed by a critic, Marxist scholar Mike Cole. (“Critical Race Theory and Education: A Marxist Response.”)
It’s as simple as all that: For conflict in society, Marxism fingers social class; critical race saddles whites. Deal with it! Denial is a deadly defense mechanism!
Ilana Mercer has been writing a weekly, paleolibertarian column since 1999. She’s the author of "Into the Cannibal’s Pot: Lessons for America From Post-Apartheid South Africa" (2011) & "The Trump Revolution: The Donald’s Creative Destruction Deconstructed” (2016). She’s currently on Parler, Gab, YouTube & LinkedIn, but has been banned by Facebook.