“This kind of racism litmus test is impossible to pass, and that’s the idea. The far-left cadres are setting up their opposition. If you oppose liberal policies, which have recently failed dramatically in places like Venezuela and San Francisco, you are a very bad person who must be marginalized or even shunned.”
(Bill O’Reilly) Just in time to capitalize on the race hysteria in America comes a new book entitled “How to Be an Antiracist” by Ibram X. Kendi, who directs the antiracist center at American University in Washington, D.C.
I have not read the book, but I did see an interview with Mr. Kendi, who said some interesting things about the “new” social culture in the USA.
In his chat with a reporter, the author sets himself up as a definer of what is racist. “When someone says to me they’re not racist, my typical response is – what does it mean to be not racist?” Mr. Kendi said.
“I don’t know what a not racist is, other than someone who is denying their own racism. This denial is the heartbeat of racism itself.”