The liberal obsession with identity politics and “intersectionality” has begun to turn on itself

American Thinker: Like an uroboros of a pasty white bespectacled college student swallowing herself, recycled hemp TOMS shoes first, the petty pique of the privileged is coming undone.

Black Lives Matter, that loose cohort of racially aggrieved leeches, showed its true colors; or rather color, which is a black so solid and opaque it’s immune to reason. During an event featuring Claire Gastañaga of the American Civil Liberties Union at the College of William & Mary, the group crashed the stage, shutting down the speaker. Gastañaga came to the university to speak on free speech, only to be hushed up by amateur actors pretending to be oppressed.

Then the chants — there are always chants, aren’t there? —  began. “ACLU, you protect Hitler, too,” went one iambic call, referencing the ACLU’s defense of the white supremacists who marched on Charlottesville, Virginia. There was the classic, “The oppressed are not impressed,” a nonsensical understatement at college disruption scenes like these. Cries of “blood” and “shame” also popped up in the collective incantation.

Then came the kicker: “liberalism is white supremacy.”

Hallelujah! By George, they’ve got it!

Robby Soave of Reason calls such a notion “obviously incoherent.” Leftist economist Noah Smith used a chin-rub emoji to denote his befuddlement of the accusation.

For self-styled liberals, being accused to promoting white supremacy is the equivalent of a vegan being called a murderous meat-eater. It’s a mindbender; an aporia. It’s defining your life by a code of beliefs, and then being told “no,” you stand for everything you stand against.  more here

20 Comments on The liberal obsession with identity politics and “intersectionality” has begun to turn on itself

  1. Chants and slogans.
    Same old shit.
    Read the account of the Communist Revolution in China and how the ChiComs painted slogans all over the villages which the illiterate peasants couldn’t read, and how they (the peasants) had to learn chants which they couldn’t understand. How they were beaten and killed if they asked questions of their “liberators” and how they were robbed of all their Earthly possessions to finance their “liberation.” We see the same illiterate, ignorant, innumerate imbeciles and morons wasting their time (and our money) infesting the colleges and universities, driven to rage and violence to ends they cannot begin to fathom. The ACLU is a communist front organization, so I’m pretty sure that they understand they whole “stir em up and cut em loose” principle (organizationally if not individually).

    The poor, ignorant savages just keep being led from one plantation to another, starting with their more intelligent brothers in Western Africa and culminating among the vipers and serpents of Academia (throughout the World).

    Seems like those who never invent the wheel get crushed by it.

    izlamo delenda est …

  2. It’s like that physics theory in which the continuum of time/space/social justice fold over on itself like a taco. The genesis of a black hole?

  3. The only thing a nonconformist hates worse than a conformist, is a nonconformist that does not abide by the prevailing standards of nonconformity.

  4. Eventually, all the WHITE-HATE liberals dump on America, comes back to haunt them.

    White liberals finally realize they are WHITE, and are shut out of jobs and politics.

    Irony.

  5. Being an endless victim throughout time and history, means that they can NEVER lose their chains. They can NEVER stop being a slave.

    That is their raison d’être.

  6. It’s the 2017 version of
    “The Lone Ranger and Tonto were riding across the desert when a line of mounted Indians appeared to the right of them. They looked to the left and saw another line of mounted Indians. Behind them they saw another line of mounted Indians.
    The Lone Ranger said, “Looks like we’re in trouble, Tonto.”
    Tonto replied, “What do you mean WE, white man?

  7. What happens when two entire generations are raised in households where either both parent works or is single parent only. And nobody says “No.”

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