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It was and is a dogmatic standard, a new canon of faith, that indicts white (read=European) Christians, mostly (but not always) males, making them the culprits and responsible parties for the near entirety of the defined (by Marxist theory) “ills of the world.” Into our vocabulary have come such terms as “white supremacy,” “white racism” (there is no other kind), “white oppression,” “white privilege,” and the “need to deconstruct ‘whiteness’.” And as dogma it must be imposed, no questions asked…with so-called traditional “academic freedom” discarded by the wayside if it stands in the way.

The most prominent group responsible for the violent tearing down of the Confederate veterans’ monument in Durham, NC, three months ago (August 14) was a Marxist organization self-denominated the Workers World Party ( whose essential platform includes the following points: “Abolish Capitalism – Disarm the Police & ICE Agents – Fight for Socialist Revolution – Support Black Lives Matter.” And their overarching template is: “Smash White Supremacy.”There have always been such fringe groups on the far Left, but what gives the Workers World Party and groups such as Black Lives Matter, Antifa, and others like them more cache’ and prominence in America in 2017 is that one of the nation’s two major political parties, the Democratic Party, basically buys into their narrative, at least politically, and the opposition Republican Party—most of its leadership—is deathly afraid of entering type of negative discussion involving “race,” for fear of being accused of that dreadfully unforgivable and ineradicable “sin” of racism—by far the worst offense that any politician or public figure can be guilty of in our modern society (save perhaps for predatory male-on-female sexual abuse).

have become “devil terms” in American politics and culture—ideologically weaponized concepts to advance a cultural Marxist agenda and basically repel and silence any opposition to that agenda.

In a widely-reported op-ed published recently in November 11, 2017), black law professor Ekow N.

The student body president, if I remember correctly, was a former seminarian, but had been “converted” through his reading of texts such as , by black French revolutionary and anti-colonialist writer Frantz Fanon, and works by Deconstructionist ideologue Jacques Derrida.

Eventually, he made his way to Mao’s China, which he claimed was the ultimate “peoples’ paradise” on earth, something to be emulated here in the United States and in Europe.

A couple of weeks ago the local PBS station (WUNC-TV) featured a program they called “Focus,” featuring a discussion of historic monuments honoring Confederate veterans and “what should be done about them.” Of the approximately seventeen participants in this on-camera “dialogue,” represented what I would term the opposition to taking down those monuments.

Virginia—UVa—was still a fairly conservative Southern school at that time.

Yankah wrote that when he instructs his children “on the ways of the world,” he teaches them that white people cannot be trusted and that blacks cannot befriend whites.

In short, white folks are evil, supremacist oppressors, not just by their traditions and history, but by their very intrinsic nature.

Creating a standard and unquestionable narrative on race has been undoubtedly the most successful strategy of cultural Marxist theory and its theoreticians.

It first captured the academy, from which it was able to dictate the education of several generations of Americans.

Virginia—UVa—was still a fairly conservative Southern school at that time.Yankah wrote that when he instructs his children “on the ways of the world,” he teaches them that white people cannot be trusted and that blacks cannot befriend whites.In short, white folks are evil, supremacist oppressors, not just by their traditions and history, but by their very intrinsic nature.Creating a standard and unquestionable narrative on race has been undoubtedly the most successful strategy of cultural Marxist theory and its theoreticians.It first captured the academy, from which it was able to dictate the education of several generations of Americans.Thus, that history needed to be “cleansed” and purified, and that must This was, now fully blown, the excited but jejune theorization I had first heard forty-five years ago in graduate seminars at the University of Virginia, then spouted by young doctoral students who would in a few decades’ time occupy the endowed chairs in history, philosophy, English, and other subjects at our major universities.