Skip to comments.Deconstructing CRT And Dealing With The Racism Found Within Critical Race Theory
Posted on 11/08/2020 3:34:30 AM PST by Its All Over Except ...
The progenitors and developers of CRT subjectively believe that racism is ingrained within American society and theorize that institutional racism is also ingrained and is utilized structurally to perpetuate so-called white privilege.
Critical Race Theory (CRT) is founded upon and rooted in an obsession over racially stereotyping others, illogically proffers Gross Generalizations, and utilizes the Kafka Trap that whites are inherently biased and racist. It pushes woke "White Fragility", ultimately dispensing a system where accusations of racism are proof of it, denial of it is guilt, and disagreement over it is racist per (but not limited to) one of its Gross Generalizations that racism permeates everything in American society. CRT seems to have been initially and partially developed by Dr. Derrick Bell and expanded upon later by others.
Rebuttals of CRT:
1.) Based upon CRT and using it against the proponents of CRT, they being human would also possess inherent biases and their denial of them would be racist on their part. Given they are human there is no way for them to prove with absolute certainty they aren't more racist than others; thus accusations from them, minus logic and objectivity, are moot.
2.) If they (#1) say they have biases, yet can't be racist or more racist because of x, y, or z, then they are switching to an objective format which, according to CRT, is racist, as objectivity (and even logic), according to CRT, is considered to be racist.
3.) Again, and continuing here and below to use CRT against those who ascribe and adhere to it, if these proponents of CRT say they are biased but their biases aren't racist, this denial per CRT shows they are racists.
4.) If they (#3) claim their inherent bias is justifiable they are revenge supremacists.
5.) If they (#1-4) say they aren't racists, CRT says this denial shows they are racists.
6.) If they (#1-5) say inherent bias doesn't permeate everything to save face they deny a foundational principle of CRT, thus destroying it.
7.) If they (#1-6) switch to objectivity to try and prove #6, that would be racist as objectivity is racist according to CRT.
8.) If they (#7) fall back on "experiences" based upon race trying to use anecdotal evidence to show how society is infected with racism, their experiences themselves contain biases which would render their conclusions false and racist, and for them to deny this would be racist.
9.) If they (#7-8) don't deny these experience-biases exist, but deny they are racists, their denial is still racist as they are blinded by their biases.
10.) If they (#8-9) switch from anecdotal evidence to objectivity to try and prove their "experiences" that would be racist as according to them objectivity is racist.
Where are the supporters and proponents of CRT at in calling for an 800 Project which shows us that racist black Africans and Middle Easterners were involved in a massive slave trade of whites, blacks, etc, along with a 1400 Project showing us that racist blacks in Africa were selling their own into slavery to white people and others on a massive scale and long after that?
Critical Race Theory? Is that where whites are the source of all evil...of all suffering...from the time mankind first walked upright up to this very moment?
“whites are the source of all evil...of all suffering”
Since we (whites) were created by Yakub 6,000 years ago on the island of Patmos. A race of blue-eyed devils. Per Nation of Islam.
If white Americans eat Mexican food, they are guilty of cultural appropriation.
But cultural and appropriation are English words - and anyone who isnt English and white is guilty of cultural appropriation by speaking English. But the fact that these people - and their great grandparents before them - know English and no other language must be my fault. Because, white.
The simple fact is that the past is what it is, and will still be what it is, whatever reparations are extracted from people in the present. Which, especially given the hopeless muddle of immigration, can only create more injustice.
Dennis Prager has it right - everyone has a duty to be grateful (and thus happy). How can people be happy on their own volition? By acting happy and grateful - however difficult that can seem/be. He remarked that he had challenges in his own life which pushed him towards unhappiness - but because he had a radio show to do, and the audience didnt deserve and wouldnt tolerate a radio host projecting unhappiness, he knew he had to act happy during the program. And that made him feel better. Being unhappy makes you a cultural suicide bomber, projecting unhappiness into society. There was never a happy suicide bomber, which is why El Al airline can profile suicide bombers in interviews before letting them on airliners. A suicide bomber cannot allow himself happiness.
This is taking me off topic, but I saw an old Air Disasters episode last nite, in which the cause of the crash was - in a word - the intention of the pilot. It was a small African national airline, and the incident preceded the similar, famous German case. But the lesson learned in Africa wasnt acted on, and the German incident happened. And that caused an uproar, and the realization that (tho the program didnt put it this way) it is necessary to screen pilots for unhappiness.
In the dramatization, the suicidal pilot smiles when he talks to the copilot - but IMHO in real life the actual pilot did not smile. It was the first anniversary of the suicide of his son and he was about to kill the whole world by his suicide, and physically kill the copilot and everyone else aboard the plane. IMHO he was not smiling.The Key to Unhappiness - Dennis Prager (5 minutes, and worth every second)Related,
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