Here’s a settlement:
1.) Race exists, but that is no reason for hostility. Educated people know this and think it is a dumb taboo when anyone can take a DNA test. It has been an open secret for years.
2.) Jews have far too much power and influence over our society. Are we really going to continue to deny it after the past two months?
3.) America lacks a cohesive culture and this is a major problem. Christianity used to be the glue of a common ethic. It was a far better system than political correctness which has poisoned our culture and driven people to the point of fanaticism. There is no forgiveness for “sin” under political correctness only damnation to eternal hellfire. See China’s experience under Mao for how this ended. See China’s experience under Xi Jinping for a better way forward.
4.) White people are becoming a minority in this country. There is no place, however, for European Americans in mainstream politics. There is no place for a positive sense of White identity or discussion of legitimate White interests like the modern day plague that is the suicide and opioid epidemic. Why not just jettison this dumb unsustainable system?
5.) When all of above is recognized and granted as reasonable points, then everyone will be better off for it and can all move forward and work toward mutual policy goals without driving disaffected White people so hard against the wall that they turn into people like this:
6.) Disciplinary institutions like the SPLC and ADL which enforce political correctness as a moral code are stoking hatred, not solving it, inflating a vicious cycle of fanaticism on the Left and Right, ripping apart the social fabric and driving polarization toward extreme ideologies. Political correctness is a social problem, not a solution and ought to be retired. Look at how toxic it made social media. Who thought it was a good idea to make someone like Morris Dees the Pope?
7.) Identity politics just leads to a lot of polarization and resentment and government dysfunction and getting rid of it would save us all from another decade of this.
This is what I was referring to when joking about how funny it would be takeover the SPLC. Yang has done more to advance race relations in a month than the SPLC has in 20 years. As president, he could do more to fix a place like the Alabama Black Belt or Mississippi Delta than any president since the Civil War. The SPLC would look like just another Black Belt casino in such a world.
Note: I still think that Yang needs to come to Selma, AL and take a look around. The economy hasn’t worked for that place for 50 years. If it wasn’t being kept on life support by government spending, it would have already long since gone the way of Pompeii. I continue to be amazed how politicians drop in every year for a photo op and just leave.