CNN: ‘Ordinary People’ Are ‘White Supremacists by Default’, by Tyler O’Neil.
On Thursday, CNN’s John Blake published a story blaming “ordinary people” for making Charlottesville possible, and quoting a history professor who called such people “white supremacists by default.” …
Blake, the CNN reporter, paraphrased activists like Naison saying “the tragedy that took place in Charlottesville this month could not have occurred without the tacit acceptance of millions of ordinary, law-abiding Americans who helped create such a radically explosive climate.”
He argued that “it’s the ordinary people — the voters who elected a reality TV star with a record of making racially insensitive comments, the people who move out of the neighborhood when people of color move in, the family members who ignore a relative’s anti-Semitism — who give these type of men room to operate, they say.” …
“If you want to know why those white racists now feel so emboldened, it may help to look at all the ordinary people around you, your neighbors, your family members, your leaders. But first, start by looking at yourself.”
Remember, the left uses “white supremacy” to mean any system in which outcomes for whites are better than for some other racial groups.
The PC crowd believe that all racial groups have the same statistical properties, and therefore whites could only do better because of white privilege. The system that enables this is white supremacy. Group differences in IQ, tendency to obey the law, and so on, are specifically denied by leftists.
So, the left is implicitly saying, we will step up the discrimination against whites until equality of outcome is achieved, by violence if necessary.