‘I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character.’ -Martin Luther King Jr.
The man is an icon and a hero. How has modern society drifted so far away from these ideals? Why are we making decisions based on skin color still? Will we come to our senses before it’s too late?
Opinion| The Washington Post’s (WaPo) official slogan is “Democracy dies in darkness,” but I’m here to tell you that the WaPo IS the darkness. The leftist rag has lied to its readers every day about Donald Trump since he was elected president. They won the Pulitzer Prize for stories written about the Russian Collusion narrative, that we all now know was a complete lie. They haven’t returned the prizes or the monetary value received. I contend that they knew it was a lie from the very beginning, and they contributed lies about the narrative every day until Special Counsel Robert Mueller admitted there was no evidence to prove their award-winning stories. They are the darkness.
A WaPo editor has publicly gone full-blown racist, now everyone knows it, and she still has her job.
On Sunday, Karen Attiah, Global Opinion Editor for the WaPo, took to social media to tweet a number of racist assaults against white woman. One of her tweets warned white women that they’re lucky black people aren’t looking for revenge on them for, among other resentments, voting for President Donald Trump. Attiah deleted that tweet, but tweeted and retweeted several racist tweets about white women.
The WaPo editor was born in Texas in 1986 to parents who immigrated from Ghana.
Attiah wrote and then deleted, “The lies and tears of White women hath wrought: The 1921 Tulsa Massacre, Murder of Emmet Till, Exclusion of Black women from feminist movements, 53% of white women voting for Trump. White women are lucky that we are just calling them “Karens”. And not calling for revenge”
She also deleted this threat: “I’m just saying. Be happy we are calling for equality. And not actual revenge.”
The fact that she still has a job at the WaPo after posting racist tweets like this is proof enough that we live in an Orwellian 1984 society where up is down and down is up.
What the racist Left is now doing is trying to shame white women out of supporting Trump. I always say, people who throw out accusations of racism, without sufficient evidence, are a real piece of garbage.
Folks, this is the woke crowd letting you know they are trying to start a race war in this country. She just said she, and people of her ilk, want to attack white women, and white women should feel lucky they’re not. What a racist POS. That’s like saying, “I really want to beat the living hell out of you, and you’re lucky I not” to someone’s face. By the very definition, that’s assault.
Here’s some of her tweets that she did not delete.
“But here’s the real thing about “Karen” memes. The dark side to handwringing about how Karen” hurts white women’s feelings is that it is a distraction from how everyday white women uphold white supremacy through violence, aggression, and the weaponzing of their gender.”
Attiah says we’re on our way to a new language to describe white women, perhaps “toxic white women
Here she attacks a woman of color for not being anti-white enough:
“If you’re more worried about white women’s feelings than about how they uphold white supremacy… then…Well, this is how white supremacy works. In real-time.
If you're more worried about white women's feelings than about how they uphold white supremacy… then…
Well, this is how white supremacy works. In real-time. https://t.co/8vMYvZINI7
— Karen Attiah (@KarenAttiah) June 28, 2020
“Maybe consider that we did that before. For generations. And it didn’t work. And yes, other POC can and often do reinforce white supremacy by siding with and coddling the dominant group rather than those who are on the receiving end of racism and abuse.”
Maybe consider that we did that before. For generations. And it didn't work.
And yes, other POC can and often do reinforce white supremacy by siding with and coddling the dominant group rather than those who are on the receiving end of racism and abuse.
— Karen Attiah (@KarenAttiah) June 28, 2020
Attiah was triggered by a CBS Sunday Morning piece on the shaming of bossy white women with the attachment of the name “Karen” to the, and the segment warned of it’s abuse.
Here’s how childish the racist global opinion editor of the WaPo is. She’s upset because she feels threatened that she may no longer have a monopoly on being a victim from words and name-calling.
She is a first-generation American of immigrant parents, and she has been wildly successful in the United States. This white supremacy argument is used to stop people from making a counter argument against a tactic being employed to accuse all white people of the sins of racism. That in itself is racist.
From Webster’s Dictionary:
prejudice, discrimination, or antagonism directed against a person or people on the basis of their membership of a particular racial or ethnic group, typically one that is a minority or marginalized.
Attiah is using racism to shame white people into the category of racist, just for being born white. The Tulsa Massacre, the murder of Emmet Till, and everything she points to, with the exception of voting for Donald Trump, were committed not by “white women” or all “white people,” but by the Democratic Party, specifically the terrorist wing of the Democratic Party, the Ku Klux Klan.
The fact that many black leaders have held all of America responsible for the atrocities perpetrated against black people by the Democratic Party has gone on long enough. Am I saying there are no racists among Republicans? Of course not, but historical things like the Tulsa Massacre and the lynchings of innocent black people were not carried out by “all white people.” That dishonor goes directly to the Democratic Party, and it’s high time we as a society start to make that fact recognizable to all.
This woman is a racist with a darkness in her heart toward white people, and she still has her job at the Washington Post. – Rich Welsh