The New York Times loves racism, and hates white people

The New York Times loves racism, and hates white people. By Graham Dockery.

The New York Times has spent 50 paragraphs explaining why it’s wrong for a majority-white college to feature mostly white people in its homecoming video. Why? Because the mere sight of caucasians infuriates the Times.

The nonsensical furor kicked off in September, when the University of Wisconsin in Madison released a two-minute video depicting sunny scenes of campus life. Students cheered at a football game, cycled through UW’s picturesque lakeside grounds, and sang a cappella for the camera.

Social-justice-minded students took issue with the fact that nearly everyone in the video was white. …

Long story short, a protest was mounted on campus — including some “whites only” graffiti daubed by aggrieved minority students — and a new, more racially diverse video was released.

End of story? No. The New York Times published a 50-paragraph jeremiad on Wednesday, probing the controversy surrounding the video, in light of what it called a “history of racist incidents” at the school (at least one of which turned out to be a hoax). A cross-section of the college’s African-American students were interviewed. They all concluded that the video made them feel left out, and the replacement video felt like a half-hearted apology. …

Wisconsin is 85 percent white, and six percent black. The gap that still exists closes further when the fact that whites are statistically more likely to attend university in the first place is taken into account …

Oh so trendy wokester noveau-racism:

The article does not blame white students for fostering an atmosphere of hate on campus. Rather it assumes from the outset that ‘whiteness’ is in itself problematic.

It’s simply a predominantly white university in a predominantly white state, but that’s not good enough for the Times’ writers, for whom a klansman lurks around every corner. Would a national newspaper of the Times’ reputation publish an article lamenting the lack of diversity at Texas Southern University, where only three percent of the student body are white? A hypothetical question, but you can probably guess the answer. …

What are whites to do? Complaining is so racist, they tell us.

Imagine being told your very skin color is oppressive. That your very existence makes minorities and gays feel uncomfortable.

And yet journalists, commentators and university administrators act surprised and cry “white supremacy” when flyers declaring “It’s okay to be white” appear on campuses. Though a joke originally created to mess with liberals, these flyers wouldn’t exist was there not a cancerous movement in media and academia telling white people the exact opposite.

Funny how many examples of anti-white racism there are now, once you become aware of it.

Possibly related: Critical Race Theory Training In Workplace Could Lead To Increased Bullying, Anxiety, Expert Says. By Janita Kan.

After the training, you’re looking at your co-workers in a different way. You’re wondering, okay, I thought you were my friend but because of this training, I now believe that you’re oppressing me, so I don’t really know if we’re really friends.

The demon of tribalism has been unleashed by the left.

hat-tip Stephen Neil