What do you call people who listen to what these people have to say and take them at their word? Those people are “racists” and “white supremacists” and “far right domestic extremists” and best of all “conspiracy theorists” for noticing their own stated anti-White agenda.
“Who are we? That is the existential crisis and perpetual question that America is facing right now. However, even as we disrupt the mythology of these divided states, the more important question is: Who do we want to be? The fabric of America is ripping and the lore of the country is crumbling. A new generation of thinkers and leaders will have to piece her together again. And yet, as the rising majority expands, we battle the dinosaur of white supremacy that refuses to become extinct. As the dying few tighten their grip on power, they are strangling the life out of our democracy. We now have to save it.
By the year 2044, America will be composed mostly of people of color. Black, Native American, Latinx, Asian American and Pacific Islander citizens will shape American democracy. These rapidly changing demographics are casting a wide net of influence over our culture and a shadow over our politics. …”
What do you call people who frame politics as a demographic power struggle between racial groups on national television? Those people are “anti-racists.” Whites are the oppressor race and “white supremacy” by definition under woke progressivism. Blacks can say far more incendiary things and it is fine. There is no pretense of holding everyone to the same standard.
Note: The major flaw in her analysis is that blacks aren’t really growing in size. Black professionals are becoming more racially aggressive. They’ve become accustomed to White deference and taking their side. No one has ever told them “no” in their lifetimes.