The Biden administration is seeking to institutionalize critical race theory in American education. …
As history, the 1619 Project is a bad joke. As propaganda, it is working pretty well for the Democrats.
Accordingly, schools across the country are working to incorporate anti-racist practices into teaching and learning. As the scholar Ibram X. Kendi has expressed, “[a]n antiracist idea is any idea that suggests the racial groups are equals in all their apparent differences — that there is nothing right or wrong with any racial group. Antiracist ideas argue that racist policies are the cause of racial inequities.”
So racist policies are the reason why Asian Americans earn so much more money, on the average, than whites. I would like to see the Biden administration explain those racist policies to me.
With race the topic du jour, it is odd that more attention isn’t being paid to the most obvious discrimination in our society: that against Asians. While employers commonly engage in such discrimination, the most viciously discriminatory organizations in our society are universities.
Thus, Senate Republicans offered an amendment to the new “COVID-19 Hate Crimes Act” that would have ended federal funding of universities that discriminate against Asian American applicants. The amendment, sponsored by Ted Cruz and John Kennedy, was narrowly defeated by Senate Democrats.
As an Asian American, I will just leave this here. pic.twitter.com/s7cM9dIofV
— Aaron Ginn (@aginnt) April 22, 2021
Search on the 1907 anti-Asian riots in North America. Or:
The left were doing it a hundred years ago, and they are at it again. The verbiage has been updated, but the prejudice against economic competitors remains the same.
Which of course is completely at odds with their current lip service to the notion that only “systemic racism” is preventing equality of outcome between blacks and whites.
Cannot have it both ways.