Critical Race Theory: The Great Evil of Our Time

Critical Race Theory: The Great Evil of Our Time. By John Hinderaker.

Critical Race Theory, which is just an updated form of racism, is the most destructive force of the 21st century. If you had told me 50 years ago that a half-century hence, there would be a successful social movement, dominating academia, politics and even the business world, holding that the most important thing about a person is his skin color, I wouldn’t have believed it. But that is where we are now. …

“Whiteness” is the great evil in contemporary America, for reasons that remain obscure. I still don’t understand how CRT bullies have managed to turn 60% to 76% of our population, depending on how you count, into a persecuted group. But somehow, it has happened.

The Democratic Party has calculated that race hatred will work to its advantage, so it is doing everything possible to foment racial conflict and promote racism. …

Roger Simon:

If you wanted to invent an ideology that actually created racism where it doesn’t exist, you could do no better than Critical Race Theory. …

With the blessing of CRT, one of the major goals of the Civil Rights Movement, integration, has also been flipped on its head, back to segregation, with institutions like Columbia University holding separate graduation ceremonies for different ethnic and racial groups. Not that long ago this would have been considered a racist outrage by the same people.


Segregation today, segregation tomorrow, segregation forever! That was once the battle cry of Democrat George Wallace. Today, it is the policy of Democrats everywhere.

In the battle between free speech and CRT, CRT is winning hands-down.


These institutions are now leading the charge against free speech, with Critical Race Theory as their intellectual underpinning. After all, the Bill of Rights was written by white men. It had to be thrown away.

The concepts of good and evil are underrated. The modern left, particularly, disparages the notion of evil. Can’t imagine why.