Monthly Archives: May 2018

NYT: “Beyond My White Sydney Bubble”

In “Beyond My White Sydney Bubble”, Lisa Pryor offers a maudlin paean to Multiculturalism: SYDNEY, Australia — I have spent most of my life among the mostly white and Australian-born. But slowly over the last few years I have been … Continue reading

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The New Yorker Interviews Two Starbucks Employees Who Took the Training

The New Yorker sends an intrepid reporter to report back on how the StarbucKKKs racism training session went (“What Two Starbucks Employees Made of the Company’s Ant-Bias Training”). He interviews two baristas with the company. They appear to be a … Continue reading

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NYT’s Racism Confessionals

Hopefully, the NYT can make this into a regular series, so liberal whites can atone endlessly, and to ever deeper and greater levels (“9 People Reveal a Time They Racially Stereotyped a Stranger”): Years ago, I was at the local … Continue reading

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First Look at “First Reformed” (2018)

Is Paul Schrader’s “First Reformed” an SJW fantasy, a critique of SJW-ness’ telos, a parody of SJW-ness, or some strange combination thereof? Schrader himself has always struck me as a conservative guy, or at a minimum not a PC guy. … Continue reading

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Christof Koch on ‘What is Consciousness?’

In Scientific American, Christof Koch (a giant in the field of consciousness studies) summarizes the latest status of neuronal correlates of consciousness (NCC) research, as well as the Integrated information theory (IIT), which has been the most significant theoretical development … Continue reading

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P.C. at Hanging Rock

We live at a time when even The Globe Theater, where Shakespeare’s plays were originally unveiled, has gone Full Woke. Following Peter Weir’s celebrated 1975 cinematic adaptation of Joan Lindsay’s 1967 novel Picnic at Hanging Rock, Amazon has created a new … Continue reading

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NYT: “Mourning My (((White))) Husband in the Age of Trump”

Every single unrelenting day, the NYT features at least one story or op-ed designed to say “white people are evil”. There are several today. One is an op-ed titled “Mourning My White Husband in the Age of Trump” by Erin … Continue reading

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Post-Racial Royal Wedding = Rorschach Test

Much like the election of Zero, the Post-Racial Royal Wedding™ has become a Rorschach Test upon which angry progressives can project their Id, with all its fears and desires: Among the group of black women with whom I watched the … Continue reading

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Language as a Weapon

Invited onstage, a white woman simply sings Kendrick Lamar’s lyrics, which is a cardinal sin… for a white person. The Racial Culture War is being fought in the trenches of grammar. Grammar is a weapon, a nexus of power. The … Continue reading

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Getting Thrashed by the Thrasher

Biracial people tend to possess, ironically, a lot more ‘black anger’ than full-blooded blacks. Furthermore, it often seems that the angriest are gay biracial black men. Sociologists ought to look into this phenomena to see if there’s anything there, but … Continue reading

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