by Kenn Daily
Clash Daily Contributor
Continued from part one …
I’ve identified five types of synthetic racism. There are, no doubt, many more.
4. Disparate impact
It is necessary that racism prevails for cultural Marxism to exist.
The cultural Marxist paradigm that leads to economic Marxism consists of a villain, a victim, and a hero. The villain in the American paradigm is white racism. The victims are non-whites. The hero is cultural Marxism that binds us with a never-ending witch hunt.
The discredited doctrine of disparate impact begins with the end. It sees the economic disparity between whites and blacks and searches backwards for the cause; a social counterpart to reverse engineering.
Social engineers discover that blacks earn less than whites because, in their assessment, blacks were victims of punishments early in life, such as suspensions from school for misbehavior. The consequence of that punishment is that blacks find it more difficult to gain employment.
Cultural Marxism seeks to remedy the effect by removing the cause which it interprets as the punishments for bad behavior early in life. The solution? Schools as required to unfairly punish blacks, whites, East Asians, and others equally, even when blacks commit more offenses.
Note that fairness and equality are not the same. Cultural Marxism promotes equality. It couldn’t care less about fairness.
Disparate impact fails in that the social engineers stop one domino short of identifying the cause of disparate impact. That first domino is, again, bad behavior. Cultural Marxism cannot alter the behavior of bad-behaving black students, but it can control the educators who dole out punishments. It cites racism as the reason for its tweaking. Sadly, the outcome will not be improved because leftism fails to acknowledge reality, preferring to treat the faux ailment — racism — instead.
The thugs who rioted in Baltimore last month were largely excused for their destructive behavior. Why? To avoid disparate impact.
It’s akin to curing cancer by blood letting. Things don’t improve. They become worse.
If you disagree, you are committing a microaggression.
5. Transgenerational slavery trauma
This notion presumes that black Americans are thin-skinned and weak-minded souls who are unable to contend with life challenges because they are burdened with the after effects of slavery.
The trauma experienced by black slaves was passed to non-slave children and, in turn, to grandchildren.
White people are to blame because they are the villains who owned black slaves.
This synthetic racism simply ignores reality. It is born from a misunderstanding of real history. It fails to acknowledge that the first legal slave owner in American history was black, that thousands of free black Americans owned black slave labor, and that slavery was common for centuries in Africa long before Christopher Columbus set foot on Western soil. We wonder why social engineers are keen to discover transgenerational slavery trauma among black Americans, but can’t seem to detect it among the descendants of black slaves in Africa where slavery was more common and more brutal.
The answer, of course, is that transgenerational slavery trauma is bogus. It does not exist. It is synthetic racism.
Meanwhile, cultural Marxism will continue to stoke the fires of racial hatred, even as it pretends to advocate for racial harmony and multiculturalism. The outcome will be division or, as cultural Marxism terms it, “diversity.”
Kenn Daily is the publisher of DailyKenn.com. Now 62 years old, Kenn formed his conservative views at the age of 14 and was an early member of Young Americans for Freedom. He is a vociferous anti-racist but sets himself apart from most conservatives by refusing to be bullied into silence regarding racial issues. Violent black crime is a signature issue of his website. Kenn is a semi-retired business owner. He lives in Indiana with his wife of 39 years. He has two grown children — a daughter and son — four grandchildren, and two granddogs.
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