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Black People Can Be White Supremacists If They Oppose the Left

Black People Can Be White Supremacists If They Oppose the Left
By Daniel Greenfield

The victory of Winsome Sears in Virginia has been met with the usual celebration of glass ceilings being broken that greeted Justice Clarence Thomas, Condoleezza Rice, and Ben Carson.

“There is a black mouth moving but a white idea through the — running on the runway of the tongue of a figure who justifies and legitimates the white supremacist practices,” Michael Eric Dyson ranted on MSNBC.

That’s how academics apparently say, “Oreo”.

What is a white supremacist? Traditionally it meant someone who believed that white people were superior, but in contemporary parlance, it’s anyone who isn’t on board with the Left.

The racialization of ideas creates the insistence that there can be a “black mouth” but “white ideas”, that race is defined less by skin color than by allegiance to a particular set of ideas which are not only racist, but invariably leftist.

Apparently, to be really black you have to be Karl Marx.

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Image Credit: © Eli Wilson

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