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Struck me that on reason we can't have nice things in NYC

is the same as one of the reasons they couldn't have a nice military in Afghanistan:

lack of meritocracy or even anti-meritocracy

with jobs filled for personal, political or family ties (or now, racial preferences) instead

The Christ with a thousand faces

 

Elites of a crumbling empire entranced by a cult fixated on a criminal brutalized to death, preaching a gospel obsessed with the salvation of the oppressed, whose fervent adepts desecrate the symbols of civic authority.

Rome or the US?

My latest:https://t.co/Df882bkMS8

— Antonio García Martínez (@antoniogm) August 24, 2021

 

Me too, I want some of Bob Dylan's estate

Sopranos prequel coming!

[Everybody else's history] Bad stuff happened, gets forgotten...

 sometimes later people called historians research it...

Ireland's Forgotten Sons Recovered Two Centuries Later https://t.co/B4W8MzpZuT

— J. W. (@wolfjon4) May 25, 2021

Racializing a policy issue is counterproductive in U.S. politics

Creating a narrative and promoting it for a political agenda

This is how everyone savvy is doing it, yes ALL SIDES now, not just alt-right. It's our new paradigm. How MSM outlets deal with it, whether they filter it and create balance, or end up feeding certain agendas by covering what the aglorithms rule are hot, that's the thing:

Behold, the wrath of Mei Mei and Squirt

The Social Construction of Racism in the United States

The Social Construction of Racism in the United States (Executive Summary, Table of Contents and PDF download at link)

by Eric Kaufmann, April 7, published at Manhattan-Institute.org

Foreword by Coleman Hughes

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