Spain’s Doctrine of Discovery opened America and the rest of the so-called ‘New World’ to centuries of slavery and colonization. The racist backlash to the 1619 Project — also known as the 1776 Project — is yet another inelegant White supremacist trick, disguised as a call to national unity at the expense of legitimate explorations […]Read More 1493 is the White supremacist parent of 1776 and 1619
The show uses the horror genre to cover an awful and unspoken truth about White supremacy. I remember former Last Poets member Felipe Luciano telling an audience that art is useless if it doesn’t slap the shit out of you, or make you wanna slap the shit out of someone else. My guess is that […]Read More Them on Amazon is a very violent series, but you should stream it
Instead, we all blame each other for our problems … People seem to forget a few points in all the online clamor about the rise in violence against Asians. White-on-Asian violence is White supremacy. Black-on-Asian violence is White supremacy. The whole “model citizen” label given to Asians is White supremacy. Asian-on-Black violence is White supremacy. […]Read More Blame White supremacy
Republicans talk about “healing” more than “justice” today. Sounds familiar … Remember when President Abraham Lincoln wanted the country to “heal” after the Civil War ended in 1865? You know, back when the current Republicans’ ancestors were Democrats who owned slaves, were whole White supremacists, became separatists by creating their own country in America called […]Read More You can’t ‘heal’ White supremacy — a bloody lesson from America’s Civil War
You can’t ‘heal’ White supremacy. Exactly a week after this fake Christian death cult I keep writing about attempted to overthrow the US government by overrunning the US Capitol, many legislative members from the Party of No Brains — supposedly fearing the cult’s potential for hurling death threats — defended Coup Inciter in Chief President […]Read More White supremacy matters: the Trump coup and case for overdue justice
American history tends to focus on the moment and perhaps four years prior — a dishonest practice. I’m going to help you ride-or-die political partisans focus your thoughts by prefacing this piece with my popular refrain for any mention I make about President Donald Trump: I believe he lacks the intellectual curiosity, skillset, and emotional […]Read More This week’s Trump Insurrection has been a centuries-long project
I said this long ago: MAGA is bigger than Trump … Today’s Million MAGA March — aside from the irony in how the title borrows from the vision of an African descendant Muslim leader that appears near the top of every MAGA member’s hate list — proves a point many of us have been making […]Read More Million MAGA March: funny and not funny
‘Heal’ is a throwaway word … During last night’s speech as President-elect, Joe Biden talked about the importance of Americans seeing each other as Americans and healing: Heal? Heal what? 70 million people voted for White supremacy, even if they did so for the tax cuts. What does “heal” mean? Who’s harmed? Was African descendant […]Read More 2020 post-election meditations: ‘Heal’? From what?
Thoughtful and equitable governing is needed now. Or else … I’ve shared offline conversations for a few weeks with my friends about the effects of Trump and MAGA-ism: the President — through more than a decade of practice — has tapped into the kind of toxic energy that mainstream American politics hasn’t seen since the […]Read More 2020 post-election meditations: What comes after Biden and Harris could be the worst President of all
Dedicated to those who still think racism was born on November 8, 2016 … Note: I suppose this series will become a quadrennial thing for me. Check out my three posts about the 2016 elections. Soon after the 2016 elections, I went on record early to cast my doubt on the theory that Russian hackers […]Read More 2020 post-election meditations: it’s not the Russians or Bernie Bros. It’s White supremacy.