but, of course.
And this from Daily Mail:
A Boston University professor who said President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee was a racist ‘white colonizer’ for adopting two black children from Haiti and using them as ‘props’ while ‘cutting the biological parents out of the picture’ is being urged to resign.
Ibram Xolani Kendi (real name, Henry Rogers), founder and director of Boston University's Center for Antiracist Research, is himself the worst kind of racist.
Let me make sure I understand - this guy is scooping up a healthy salary at Boston Uni to sit on his lazy ass and research anti-racism. A salary, I might add, that is being paid by a bunch of white people so they can claim anti-racism by having a black dude on their roster who researches anti-racism. He then accuses adoptive parents of black kids of being racist for adopting black kids so they can claim anti-racism. Did I get that about right?
Does this fool not see the irony and lack of any logic in what he's saying?
He wrote a very popular book, How to be An Antiracist, wherein he claims there's a whole passel of bad policy that "keeps the brother down."
He claims "denial is the heartbeat of racism." If you deny being a racist, that just proves you are. It's one of the reasons I never deny being racist to anyone.
So listen up all you racist white people - according to Kendi you must constantly monitor yourself for any nasty little racist thought and smack yourself upside the head daily.
Here's some advice for this "educated beyond his intelligence" mook about "persistent self-awareness, constant self-criticism, and regular self-examination."
- Stop seeing everything through the lens of race.
- Stop playing the victim.
- Stop blaming people from another race for any and all failures suffered by black people.
- Stop being a racist who sees color first and ascribes thoughts and feelings to the person before them based on skin color and not their actual character and actions.
- Stop being a race-baiting racist.
And let me add, you may want to adopt a few kids in need from Haiti yourself. Between you and your wife, you have more than enough money to take in some needy kids. But, no; you left that up to some white people to do what you should be doing and then criticize them for doing it. I'd say that proves my point.