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Category Archives: Identity Politics
Jiayang Fan, of the Sarah Jeong Defense Space Force, reviews Crazy Rich Asians, and of course slavishly works out the woke aspects of the film vs. its microaggressive stereotypes (“How to Watch “Crazy Rich Asians” Like an Asian-American”). With an … Continue reading
In The Weekly Standard, globalist Adam Rubenstein interviews fellow globalist Steven Pinker on the topic of identity politics. Early in the interview, Pinker let’s out this howler: Identity politics is the syndrome in which people’s beliefs and interests are assumed … Continue reading
Just published today! Empower yourself, girlfriend! And remember: there’s not the truth, there’s our truth! (The book’s cover photo has got to be the largest Afro hairstyle ever captured by a camera.) From Amazon: From the award-winning entrepreneur, culture leader, … Continue reading
From a recent New Criterion piece comes this nice primer on the term ‘intesectionality’: That’s where the pseudo-idea of “intersectionality” comes in. The term, first popularized in the 1980s, originated among black feminists. The idea was to proliferate the categories … Continue reading
The Congressional Hispanic Caucus is but one of several, race-based, identarian groups (all non-white, of course) in the U.S. Congress. And there is no better display of the increasing synergy between race identity politics and political party than this: The … Continue reading
How the mighty have fallen. National Review is now exclusively the bastion of cucks like Michael Brendan Dougherty, who writes in “The Next Lost Cause” of the likely trajectory of felling Confederate statues leading to the felling of Founding Father … Continue reading
A redneck truck sporting a Confederate flag, a ‘Don’t Tread on Me’ front license plate, and… an Ed Gillespie bumper sticker (LOL) tries to run down some black, Mexican and Muslim kids. The ad is paid for by “Latino Victory … Continue reading
In “God Vs. Identity Politics”, Rod Dreher embarks on another long-winded dance with the ‘Devil’ that is identity politics. (Over at Counter-Currents, I previously wrote about Dreher’s growing internal struggle with the increasingly obvious tenets of race-realism and identity-politics-for-white-people in … Continue reading
After clicking on today’s Google icon propaganda, one of the top links was to the Twitter feed of “Proud To Be Mexican”.
In Salon, Anis Shivani critiques his fellow Leftists’ obsession with identity politics, and the storm it has unleashed from unlikeliest of quarters (“Time to give up on identity politics: It’s dragging the progressive agenda down”): I didn’t come around to … Continue reading