Systemic Scam

The opponents of the Republican candidate for the governorship of Virginia had to pretend to be neo-Nazis to smear him because there are no real ones.

This has been the case with every incident of “racial bias” that made the news in years. The Muslim woman who had her hijab torn off, the black actor caught by Trump supporters who were carrying a noose, a black girl whose hair was set on fire, a black student who found insulting words scribbled on his door, the girl who had acid poured on her by ‘white frat boys’, and so many more have all been proven to be hoaxes.

Ibram Kendi himself recognized yesterday that there is no “systemic racism”:

Of course, he then deleted the tweet and banned everyone who commented on it but the evidence is overwhelming. In a society where the highest achieving groups academically and economically are non-white and you have to cosplay as a Nazi because there aren’t any real ones, “systemic racism” is a scam aimed at siccing people at each other and robbing them.

Anybody who is using the words “systemic racism” is an agent of the greatest economic dispossession of our times. Whether they do it knowingly or as useful fools, they assist in the robbery of people of all races.

The problem is that it makes people feel so good to say “systemic racism.” They feel so moral, pure, and hip that it doesn’t matter it’s all a scam that will make their own quality of life worse.

7 thoughts on “Systemic Scam

  1. Most people who use the phrase “systemic racism” have no idea what they mean by it. Ask them to which “system” or “systems” they refer, and then observe the blank looks on their faces. My best guess is that they say “systemic racism” because the old term “racism” has been overused to the point where it no longer has any impact.

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  2. “no real ones…. This has been the case with every incident of “racial bias” that made the news in years”

    I disagree, there is plenty of racial bias, often verging on hate in the incidents you mention. It’s just not directed at the minorities in question.

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  3. After this Neo-Nazi scam and the 1/6 scam, I am beginning to wonder what really happened in Charlottesville. Has anyone looked into it carefully?

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    1. “wonder what really happened in Charlottesville”

      From what I remember, an attendee (I don’t remember if he had been actively demonstrating or not) found his car surrounded by counter protesters when he panicked hit the gas and hit the woman who died. Basically manslaughter.

      The rest was pretty mis-represented as well… it was a supremely dumb display by the protestors but it wasn’t anything actually that extreme, though some reacted as if it were the second coming of the 1935 Nürnberg rally.

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      1. “The rest was pretty mis-represented as well… it was a supremely dumb display by the protestors but it wasn’t anything actually that extreme, though some reacted as if it were the second coming of the 1935 Nürnberg rally.”

        That was my impression as well…from the media I used to read at the time. Now I am wondering what else was a bunch of lies.

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        1. Since then we’ve had months of rallies with two dozen dead and God knows how many beaten up, terrorized and impoverished. But these bastards are pretending like none of that didn’t happen and Charlottesville is a big deal.

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