So here’s the latest "racist hate crime" story out of Edmonton:
It’s a poster. And it says “It’s OK to be white.”
If it said, “It’s not OK to be white”, that would be racist. If it said, “It’s not OK to be black” that would be racist. But the truth is, it’s OK to be any colour. And it’s OK to say so.
But the reaction to this piece of paper has been exactly what you’d come to expect in the crazy intersection of universities, politicians, media and left-wing racism industry entrepreneurs.
There are racist comments in the world. Said by all people, by the way. Of all races.
Hunting down someone who made this poster is nuts. I’m much more worried about that.
But the activists want it; the media wants it; the politicians want it.
I contrast this fake news, to the real news of the ISIS terrorist who really did attack five people in Edmonton last month, and still hasn’t been charged with terrorism or even a hate crime.
This is nuts. It’s not anti-racism. It’s racism.
And normal people know it — it’s our elites, in the press, politics, the police, prosecutors, and all the professors — who think it’s normal...
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